Professions that are entitled by specific legislation to set their own standards or education and practice are called self-regulated professions. Agrology is a self regulated profession in Canada. Anyone working as an agrology professional must be registered with the provincial regulator responsible for the province or territory in which they work. The regulator holds agrology professionals accountable for their conduct and the advice they provide.
To find out whether or not someone is registered—or required to be registered—contact your provincial regulator.