Pesticide Applicator CEU Day

Do you need continuing education units (CEUs) for your pesticide applicator license? The Florida Turfgrass Association in collaboration with UF/IFAS is presenting The CEU Roundup on July 25 with 6 CEUs (make sure they are the categories you need). The program is being held in Gainesville, but broadcast to various sites around the state. The UF/IFAS Extension Center in Lake County will be one of those sites. Registration is from the Lake County website or the FTGA website. The UF/IFAS Extension Center in Lake County is at 1951 Woodlea Rd., Tavares, FL 32778.

Agenda
8:30 – 9:00 Registration & Introduction
9:00—9:50 Water: The Smallest Factor that Makes the Greatest Difference – Dr. Fred Fishel
10:00 – 10:50 Biological Control of Cogongrass: Progress & Perspectives – Dr. Jim Cuda
11:00—11:50 Pesticide Spill Management & Cleanup – Paul Mitola
11:50—1:00 Lunch (provided)
1:00—1:50 IPM in Aquatics, Natural Areas & Right ‐ of ‐ Way – Dr. Lyn Gettys
2:00—2:50 Old World Climbing Fern Management: New Tools to Tackle This Troublesome Fern – Dr. Stephen Enloe
3:00—3:50 Invasive Pathways For Invasive Aquatic Species: Case Studies From Florida – Dr. Lyn Gettys
3:50 – 4:00 Closing & CEU Distribution
CEU categories available
Category CEUs
Limited Lawn & Ornamental 1
Limited Commercial Landscape Maint. 1
Commercial Lawn & Ornamental 1
Private Applicator Ag Pest Control 4
487 Core 2
482 Core 2
Ag Row Crop 3
Ag Tree Crop 3
Aquatic 4
Demo and Research 4
Natural Areas 4
Ornamental & Turf 3
Regulatory 4
Right of Way 2
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Posted: June 19, 2018


Category: Agriculture, Crops, Horticulture, Pests & Disease
Tags: Continuing Education Units, Pesticide Applicator, Pesticide Safety


Comments:

Chris Weber

September 17, 2020

Thank you Mike! Kevin has not been set up here quite yet, but I've passed your comments along to him. He's excited to be here and sure appreciates your warm welcome!

Mike McKinney
September 1, 2020

Welcome to Florida KEVIN and to IFAS. I am the retired county director from Hillsborough County. I have a fond place in my heart for orange county because I work very closely with JAY Hurber Back in the old days. Wishing you great success in your new post in orange county. Mike McKinney Professor emeritus/University of Florida Leader ship development and public policy

Yilin

June 29, 2020

Hi Ms. Ellie, I am so glad to hear you found the information helpful. I will offer a webinar about septic system maintenance and private well management soon. Please stay tuned. Thanks, Yilin

jpopenoe

April 6, 2020

Celeste White did retire last year, but Hannah Wooten has taken her place in Orange County and has provided pesticide applicator training this year. Contact her at hwooten@ufl.edu or (407) 254-9200. Although offices are closed to the public, agents are still working. The CEU Day this year will be held online over Zoom. Registration is at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2020-ceu-day-for-ufifas-lake-county-extension-tickets-93151587907. You can also get CEUs online at https://ifas-pest.catalog.instructure.com/, and free CORE CEUs at http://citrusindustry.net/ceu/ and https://www.growingproduce.com/crop-protection/ceu-series/.

Vince Witengier
April 5, 2020

Need to get my CEUs for limited pesticides applicator - 4 CEUs Was being held every January. However, this year it wasn't. At the time nobody seemed to know if when or where it would be held. With the change of Dr White this seems to have fallen between the cracks. I and several others have seeked out Alt that were feasible but those classes were for exams and other license types or way to far to travel. That said now it would need to be an online class. Please advise Sincerely Vince Witengier

Ed Thralls

April 3, 2020

Send your photos as attachments to e-mail to orange@ifas.ufl.edu. If they are pictures of turfgrass, they are usually difficult to address because all problems with turfgrass are brown spots. Include as much information as you can -- when did it start, how often do you water, when did you last fertilize, etc.

Janice Rathman
March 22, 2020

I'm having issues with my lawn and wondered if I could upload a couple of photos to see if someone might be able to provide some guidance

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