Introduction

Where pesticides are being used in DOC regions. You can use this information to decide where and where not to go.

Pesticide summaries are regularly updated lists of animal pest operations using vertebrate pesticides that occur on lands managed or administered by DOC.

Each region issues a pesticide summary every four months. They tell hunters, and other people, where pesticides are being used in the region.

You can choose, based on clear information, where to go, and which areas to avoid. Some regions also issue pesticide summaries that concentrate on specific areas that are heavily used by the public, like forest parks and national parks. 

Seven-day caution period for eating trout caught after 1080 operations 

See MPI food safety advice regarding trout fishing after 1080 operations, September 2016

Other caution notes

View important and caution notes for pesticide summaries.

They are for:

  • Hunters via hunting permit outlets in a region
  • Wild animal recovery operators
  • Ministry for Primary Industries Verification Services at game processing plants
  • Game processing plants
  • Hunting clubs
  • Other interested persons (e.g. dog owners)

Pesticide summary regions

The latest pesticide summaries are divided into seven regions.



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