San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Right-of-Way Pest Control Training Class
Exam Prep 8:30am - 12:30pm
Exam Session 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Restricted herbicides applied to road, railroad or power line right-of-ways.
Information includes types of vegetation controlled; weed biology, herbicide characteristics, pesticide labeling, and application equipment.
The Florida Right-of-Way Pesticide License, also known as the "ROW License", is available either as a Public certification, for those applicators that apply herbicides to road, railroad or power line right-of-ways and that work for federal, state, county or municipal public agencies, or as a Commercial certification for contractors to apply pesticides in those same areas.
The Florida Right-of-Way Pesticide Certification Exam requires a passing grade (70%), and a passing grade (70%) on the General Standards (CORE) Exam.
This certification must be renewed every 4 years either by testing or with 8 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Please remember, for applicants who will be taking the Core and/or Right of Way exam, it is important that you bring photo identification.
Registration is required. You may register on-line with credit card or register to pay at the door with check or cash (no credit card at the door). Make checks payable to "Friends of Extension".
CEUs (maximum 4):
- 4 Right-of-Way
If you have any questions pertaining to class information or CEUs, please contact Veronica at 941-722-4524 or email email@example.com.
If the class has low registration, it may be cancelled. You will be notified.
When & Where
UF/IFAS Extension Manatee County
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