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FARGO – Agriculture Commissioner Roger Johnson recently honored two North Dakota pesticide businesses during the 2007 annual meeting of the North Dakota Agricultural Association in Fargo.
Todd Kautzman, owner-manager of Mott Grain and Agronomy, Mott, received 2007 North Dakota Outstanding Pesticide Dealer of the Year award, and Tory Haugland, owner of Haugland Spray Service, Devils Lake received the Outstanding Pesticide Applicator of the Year award. Jim Gray, pesticide, feed and fertilizer team leader in the North Dakota Department of Agriculture, presented the awards on Johnson's behalf.
"Tory Haugland and Todd Kautzman are examples for the entire industry," Gray said. "Their emphasis on customer service, safety and their concern for the environment demonstrate to all of us how we can protect human health and our land and water resources."
"The North Dakota Agricultural Association is proud to recognize people and companies that excel in customer service and environmental awareness," said Gary Knutson, NDAA executive director.
"Promoting good stewardship of soil, water and air through the safe and proper use of plant nutrient and crop protection products is the goal of our organization."
Kautzman has owned and operated Mott Grain and Agronomy since 1996. The company offers seed, pesticides and fertilizers, ground and aerial chemical application, custom seed treatment and scouting. The company has five employees.
North Dakota Department of Agriculture pesticide inspectors nominate businesses for the applicator and dealer awards. There are more than 3,000 certified commercial applicators and more than 300 pesticide dealerships in North Dakota.