Registering Pesticides in Missouri
Missouri has implemented an online application process available for pesticide registrants to upload new products and also renew and pay for product registrations.
For current Missouri registrants under OTHER OPTIONS click the REGISTER button and from there enter your USA Plants ID# and your PIN ID#. (USA Plants ID# and PIN ID# are listed on pesticide renewal applications and confirmation of registration sheets.)
Online new product registration will be a two-step process where the client will log in, enter the required information and upload the label; notification of approval for payment will be sent via email to registrant. Upon notification of approval via email, registrant can submit online payment of registration fee.
Missouri will continue to accept paper applications but encourages applicants to take advantage of this new, more efficient option.
For companies still wishing to submit applications via mail, the following information is required: APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF PESTICIDES, copy of pesticide label emailed in PDF format to email@example.com and $150 registration fee made payable to the MISSOURI DEPARMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
Missouri does not require MSDS sheets, only the label.
For new Missouri pesticide registrants, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on Missouri requirements and online pesticide registration.
View the Missouri Pesticide Registration Act (281.210-281.310 RSMo.).
Fertilizers are registered through the Fertilizer/Ag Lime Control Services at the University of Missouri. Please contact Joe Slater at (573) 882-3891 or visit the website at: http://aes.missouri.edu/pfcs/index.stm. MDA does not register soil amendments or soil conditioners.
For further information contact the Pesticide Program.
Registrants, manufacturers, formulators, and re-packagers submitting to MDA for review any label, labeling, or statements for review of federal compliance will be forwarded to EPA.
Special Pesticide Registrations
For further information concerning the below permits and/or registrations, contact the Pesticide Program.
- Experimental Use Permits (EUP)
- Special Local Needs Registrations (Section 24C)
- Specific Exemption Registrations (Section 18)