Vaseygrass, Johnsongrass, or Guinea Grass? Proper identification is the key to any successful herbicide program. This time of year questions and pictures come flooding in to assist clients in the identification of perennial grasses growing in their pastures… Read More
Category: Pests & Disease
Are you ready for spring? Let us help you prepare while you attend A Day of Gardening as we kick-off the spring gardening season. Enjoy gardening seminars and shop with local vendors to purchase plants and plant-related items…. Read More
October 2, 2018 9 am – noon $15 This hands-on workshop will cover identification, herbicide technology, weed classification, and how to create the most effective, yet conservation and budget-minded herbicide program for both ornamental beds and turf. CEUS… Read More
September 18, 2018, 9 am – 3 pm, $35 Seating is LIMITED to 30! Lunch included, CEUs have been applied for This advanced course is designed for individuals who have completed the irrigation basics workshop or have a… Read More
They’re back…the annual invasion of the lubber grasshoppers. Small lubber grasshoppers appear to bubble up from the soil forming a black mass that move in groups as they consume plants along the way. Don’t procrastinate!
Don’t wait for your pesticide license to expire! Make sure you are attending events to earn CEUs now! February 22, Thurs – Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance Workshop (Alachua) $30, Phone 352-955-2402 Feb 27, Tues – Green Industries Best Management Practices (Fertilizer License pre-req)… Read More
As winter turns into spring here in North Florida, it is perfect weather for termites. You may begin to notice groups of flying insects on trees, stumps, or even in your house. Eastern Subterranean Termites, Reticulitermes flavipes, generally… Read More