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    12. Aircraft owner to keep records

    (1) The owner of an aircraft from which aerial spraying is carried out or where the owner is not the pilot in command of the aircraft at the time the aerial spraying is carried out, the pilot in command of the aircraft at the time shall make or cause to be made at the time the aerial spraying is carried out a record of the following particulars, namely

    (a) the name and address of the pilot in command of the aircraft;

    (b) the name and address of the person or persons for whom the aerial spraying is being carried out;

    (c) the name and full description of the agricultural chemicals used in the aerial spraying;

    (d) the exact location of the land so sprayed including distances and directions from the nearest city or town so that the land may be readily identified;

    (e) the date and the time of spraying;

    (f) the estimated velocity and the direction of the wind at the time of the aerial spraying;

    (g) the quantity and concentration of the agricultural chemicals applied per hectare during the aerial spraying;

    (h) the total area sprayed;

    (i) the type of crops sprayed; and

    (j) such other particulars and matters as may be prescribed, and shall keep that record for a period of 2 years after the aerial spraying to which it relates is carried out.

    (2) A copy of a record kept pursuant to subsection (1) shall be sent by the owner or the pilot in command of the aircraft who made the record to the Director within the period prescribed.

    [Section 12 amended by No. 31 of 1968 s. 6; No. 94 of 1972 s. 4 (as amended by No. 19 of 1973).]



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