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CPDA Application Enhancement Certification Program

CPDA Application Enhancement Certification Program (AECP) begins with testing provided through the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Pesticide Application Technology Laboratory, located at the West Central Research, Education and Extension Center in North Platte.  

How to apply:

  • Adjuvant products submitted for testing must already be CPDA certified. More information about adjuvant certification can be found here
  • Please review the Application Enhancement Certification Program Protocol & Rationale Document for Testing
  • Application Enhancement Certification Program Fees (review here)
  • Complete the Online Application-Product Submission Form 
      • Submission of application provides a commitment to pay the University of Nebraska for testing services
      • More than one product may be submitted for testing. Testing fees are charged per product.
      • Additional spray nozzles may be added for testing at an additional charge 

Once Testing is Complete:

  • The University of Nebraska will provide a report detailing the results
  • Payment is to due to the University of Nebraska for the testing services

Obtaining CPDA Application Enhancement Certification for the product:

  • Notification will be sent for your approval and acceptance to include the product in the CPDA Application Enhancement Certification Program. 
  • A Certification Logo and QR code will be provided for placement on the product’s label. 
  • CPDA will invoice for the Application Enhancement Certification fees & provide licensing documentation for signature.

CPDA Application Enhancement Certification Product Listing

  • Certified products along with the product’s Droplet Spectra Matrix will be accessible at cpda.com (Coming Soon) or by scanning the supplied QR code.

For information please contact Carrie Haakana at chaakana@cpda.com or Chrissy Whitcomb at cwhitcomb@cpda.com.