BASIC LEVEL OF PHYTOSANITARY USE

incl. VAT

Out of stock

( Aún sin puntuar )

Card Basic level of Phytosanitary use

Royal Decree 1311/2012, of September 14, which establishes the framework for action to achieve a sustainable use of plant protection products, in article 17 of chapter IV, establishes the training requirements for professional users and sellers.

As of November 26, 2015, professional users and sellers of phytosanitary products must be in possession of a card that certifies appropriate knowledge to carry out their activity. The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Environment has approved Decree 5/2014 regulating the training of professional users and sellers of phytosanitary products to obtain the professional user cards of pesticides in their different levels of training.

Basic Level: aimed at auxiliary personnel of land and air treatments, including non-agricultural and farmers who perform them on their own farm without using auxiliary personnel and using phytosanitary products that are not or generate toxic, very toxic, or deadly gases. They will also be issued for the auxiliary personnel of the distribution that manipulate phytosanitary products.

goals

Identify the most common pests and diseases of the plants and perform the work of treatment with the most appropriate products and techniques.

Contents

Identify the most common pests and diseases of the plants and perform the work of treatment with the most appropriate products and techniques.

Contents

INTRODUCTION. AGRICULTURE AND PESTICIDES
DIDACTIC UNIT 1: PESTS. CONTROL METHODS
The enemies of crops. Pests, diseases and weeds
Agents causing damage of parasitic origin
Animal parasites
Mushrooms
Bacteria
Virus
Parasitic plants
Agents that cause damages of non-parasitic origin
Weeds
DIDACTIC UNIT 2: PHYTOSANITARY PRODUCTS. LABELS AND SAFETY DATA SHEETS
Definition of pesticides
Classification of pesticides
According to the agent they act on
According to the chemical group to which they belong
According to your behavior in the plant
According to its specificity about the parasite
According to the mode of action on the parasite
According to its dangerousness
According to its effect on the auxiliary fauna
Classification of herbicides
According to the purpose for which they are used
According to the way of acting
According to the moment of application regarding the sowing and emergence of the crop
Characteristics of commercial preparations
Composition and formulation
Presentation
Toxicity
Phytotoxicity
Persistence
The label of pesticide containers
Data and conditions of the label
Symbols and indications of danger
Security data sheets
Registration of phytosanitary products on the farm

DIDACTIC UNIT 3: RISKS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT DERIVED FROM THE USE OF PHYTOSANITARY PRODUCTS. GOOD ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTICES
Risks to the environment
Air pollution risks
Risks of soil contamination
Risks on fauna
Water contamination risks
Measures in case of accidental contamination
Good farming practices
Good practices related to soil management
Good practices related to irrigation
Good practices related to the application of products
Other measures of a general nature
Good agricultural and environmental conditions
Elimination of empty containers. Management systems
Legislative framework for packaging and packaging waste
Empty container disposal systems for plant protection products
SIGFITO
DIDACTIC UNIT 4: DANGER OF PHYTOSANITARY PRODUCTS AND THEIR RESIDUES
Residues of plant protection products
Related concepts
Direct causes of generation of pesticide residues
Presence and evolution of pesticide residues in crops
Waste control
Food safety
Traceability concept
Types of traceability
Toxicity of pesticides
Determinants of the toxicity of a phytosanitary product
Population exposed to the risk of pesticides
Symptoms and effects of pesticides on health
Conduct to follow in case of poisoning
First aid
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
Conduct to follow after having suffered intoxication
Sanitary surveillance structures

DIDACTIC UNIT 5: OPERATOR EXPOSURE LEVEL. PREVENTIVE AND PROTECTIVE MEASURES IN THE USE OF PHYTOSANITARY PRODUCTS
Risks for workers derived from the use of pesticides
Reduction of the risk of toxicity of the substance
Reduction of exposure risk
Reduced exposure time
Pathways of absorption of pesticides
Digestive tract
Respiratory route
Cutaneous pathway
Personal protective equipment (PPE)
Equipment for skin protection
Equipment for the protection of the respiratory tract
Equipment maintenance recommendations
Identification practices and use of personal protective equipment
DIDACTIC UNIT 6: TRANSPORT, STORAGE AND HANDLING OF PHYTOSANITARY PRODUCTS
Purchase and transport of plant protection products
Storage of plant protection products
Application of phytosanitary products
DIDACTIC UNIT 7: METHODS OF PEST CONTROL. PHYTOSANITARY TREATMENTS: PREPARATION, MIXING AND APPLICATION
Classification of control methods
Indirect methods
Legislative methods
Genetic methods
Cultural methods
Direct methods
Physical methods
Chemical methods
Biological methods
Methods of Integrated Fight
Ecological agriculture
Phytosanitary treatments: preparation of the mixture and application
Preparation of the mixture
Application
DIDACTIC UNIT 8: METHODS OF APPLICATION OF PHYTOSANITARY PRODUCTS
Presentation of the products for your application
Methods used for the application of pesticides
Risks of the use of phytosanitary products for agriculture
Phytotoxicity
Resistance
Factors to consider for an efficient and correct application
Regulation of treatment equipment
Choice of the type of nozzle and machine suitable for the treatment
Dosage of pesticides
Uniformity in the application of the product
DIDACTIC UNIT 9: APPLICATION EQUIPMENT: DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
Equipment for the application of pesticides
Hydraulic or projected jet sprayers
Hydropneumatic or jet sprayers transported
Centrifugal sprayers
Sprinklers
Nozzles for treatments
Phytosanitary treatment application practices

DIDACTIC UNIT 10: CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND PERIODIC INSPECTIONS OF TREATMENT EQUIPMENT
Cleaning and maintenance of application equipment
Internal and external cleaning of machinery
Management of washing water for machinery
Storage of sprayers
Periodic inspections of equipment
Royal Decree 1702/2011
DIDACTIC UNIT 11: WORK-HEALTH RELATIONSHIP. REGULATIONS ON PREVENTION OF OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS
Law 31/1995 of November 8, on Prevention of Occupational Risks
Corporate Obligations on Prevention of Occupational Risks
Obligations and responsibilities of workers in Risk Prevention
Labor
Obligations of manufacturers, importers and suppliers in Risk Prevention
Labor
Preventive techniques
Prevention service
Prevention management models. Organization of prevention
Risks evaluation
Infringements and sanctions
DIDACTIC UNIT 12: ILLEGAL PHYTOSANITARY PRODUCTS: IDENTIFICATION AND RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THEIR USE
Identification of illegal phytosanitary products
Risks associated with the use of illegal pesticides
ANNEX: REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE USE OF PRODUCTS
INFRINGEMENTS AND SANCTIONS
ANNEX LEGISLATION VALENCIAN COMMUNITY

Description

Sorry, this entry is only available in European Spanish.

(Español)

He leído y acepto la política de privacidad y cookies

Call Now Button
Open chat