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Pesticide Use Permits

NEW - Pesticide Use Permit Applications for treatment of Spartina 2019 - 2022

 

Nimpkish River Knotweed Pesticide Use Permit #738-0027-18/21

Pesticide Use Permit for eradication of invasive knotweed species along the Nimpkish River, Northern Vancouver Island.

 

Spartina Pesticide Use Permit #138-0211-2016/2019

Pesticide Use Permit for eradication of invasive intertidal cordgrasses (Spartina species) in south coastal BC.

 

Provincial Pest Management Plans

Pest Management Plans describe how the Ministries of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development, Environment and Climate Change Strategy (BC Parks), and Transportation and Infrastructure will achieve effective management of invasive plants on Crown land using the principles of integrated pest management, while protecting environmental and human health values. For more information, see our Integrated Pest Management page.

Our plans cover specific areas of the province: Southern Interior, Central and Northern BC, South Coastal, and South Coastal Mainland. Please see below for document links and associated maps.

 

Southern Interior Pest Management Plan

NEW - Draft Pest Management Plan  (FLNRORD PMP Southern Interior 2019/2024)


The current confirmed 5 year Multi-Agency Pesticide Management Plan for the southern interior of British Columbia, in effect from May 1st, 2014 (below).


 

Central and Northern Pest Management Plan

The confirmed 5 year Multi-Agency Pesticide Management Plan for Central and Northern British Columbia, in effect from June 24th, 2015. 



 

South Coastal Pest Management Plan

NEW - Draft Pest Management Plan (FLNRORD PMP South Coastal 2019/2024)

The current confirmed 5 year Multi-Agency Pesticide Management Plan for South Coastal British Columbia, in effect from April 9th, 2014 (below).

 

South Coastal Mainland Pest Management Plan

The confirmed 5 year Multi-Agency Pesticide Management Plan for South Coastal Mainland British Columbia, in effect from June 2016.


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