Henry Mayer is the Commercial Urban Horticulture Extension Agent III in Miami-Dade County since 2003. He received his BS in Agricultural Engineering in 1982 from the Venezuelan Central University (UCV). In 2010 he received his MS degree at the University of Florida Soil and Water Science Department. He is a certified arborist and a former member of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Hispanic Committee. He is a board member of the Miami Dade Landscape Inspectors Association of Florida (LIAF), and a former board member of the Florida Urban Forestry Council (FUFC). He conducted numerous workshops for the commercial landscape industry on tree maintenance, green industry best management practices, tree pruning, plant installation and selection, Florida grades and standards and related subjects.
Posts by hmayer:
- Soil Compaction, Is it good or bad?
- Why do trees planted in sidewalks fail to establish?
- A new snail in South Florida: the horntail snail
- 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook
- Asian Giant Hornet, Vespa mandarinia
- What is wrong with the Sabal palm?
- TIPS FOR CHOOSING THE PROPER TREE CARE SPECIALIST
- Florida Grades and Standards: Choosing Quality Plants
- Lethal Viral Necrosis (associated with Sugarcane Mosaic Virus-SCMV) frequently asked questions
- Common questions about the Rugose Spiraling Whitefly (Aleurodicus rugioperculatus)