MSU Extension Richland County- Agriculture and Horticulture
Agriculture ProgrammingAttention Richland County Private Pesticide Applicators. Your license will expire December 31, 2016. You will need to accrue 6 credits on your license in order to renew it. Do you know how many points you have/need?
In order to do so, follow these steps.
- Go to https://mtplants.mt.gov/PesticideApplicator/ApplicationExternalSearch.aspx
- If you know your license number, you can put that into the â€œprogram license number boxâ€� on the bottom right-hand side of the page. If you do not know your number, you can put your first name and last name in the appropriate boxes and click on the search tab.
New/Updated Online Tools Available to producers to assist in making economic farm management decisions.
List of Tools:
Richland County Ag Producers are encouraged to visit the Northeastern Montana Ag Crops and Weather Blog
Agriculture continues to play a major role in the economy in and around Richland County. In an effort to provide the most current crop and weather conditions, crop progress, and issues, a blog has been created. Producers from Richland, Daniels, Roosevelt, Sheridan, and Valley Counties are encouraged to visit the site.
Richland County Master Gardeners looking for opportunities to volunteer!
The 2016 Master Gardener sessions have now ended and the newly trained Master Gardener's are now looking for horticultural related volunteer opportunities in the community.
Click Here to learn more about the Montana Master Gardener Program.