$15 per person, non-refundable fee by February 20, 2014. $20 general registration fee after February 20, 2014, if space is available.
This training is a science-based educational program aimed at Green Industry workers, brought to you by the University of Florida IFAS Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ program. This program teaches landscaping practices that help conserve and protect Florida's ground and surface waters.
PHOTO ID IS REQUIRED AT REGISTRATION.
· Introduction and Pre-test
(You must take the pre-test at the beginning of the training to receive certification.)
· Overview of the Florida-Friendly Best Management Practices
· Lawn/Landscape Cultural and Fertilization Best Management Practices
· Break (visit the Native Plant Show next door!)
· Fertilizer Best Management Practices
· Pesticide Best Management Practices
· Post-Test and CEUs
CEU's for Pesticide (maximum of 4):
· General Standards / Core - 2
· Limited Urban Fertilizer - 2
· Commercial L & O - 2
· Limited L & O - 2
· O & T - 2
· Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance - 2
· Private Applicator - 2
· Plus 4 (four) FNGLA CEU's available
Who should attend:
Anyone working in lawn care, pest control, landscaping, or irrigation
City and County employees including parks, stormwater, procurement, and planning
Who you should attend:
All commercial fertilizer applicators must have a license from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. To obtain this license, each commercial fertilizer applicator must first be trained in the Florida-Friendly Best Management Practices and receive a certificate of completion.
Green Industries worker choose to participate in the program to better serve their clients
Regulatory agencies need to keep contract specification updated with the new state requirements
Training in the Best Management Practices Manual (pre-class study is recommended:http://fyn.ifas.ufl.edu/pdf/grn-ind-bmp-en-12-2008.pdf)
Certification of completion with a passing test grade of 75%
Need to pay with check or Money order?
When & Where
UF/IFAS Extension in Osceola County