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Earn Pesticide License CEUs – Attend the Great CEU Round-Up

Earn Pesticide License CEUs – Attend the Great CEU Round-Up

A tractor spraying pesticides on rows of tomatoes. UF/IFAS Photo by Tyler Jones.

UF/IFAS Photo by Tyler Jones.

The Great CEU Round-Up
July 27, 2016 8am-4pm EDT

It’s that time of year again, the Florida Turfgrass Association (FTGA) and UF/IFAS have teamed up to present The Great CEU Round-Up. Designed to allow pesticide license holders to earn up to six CEUs, this all day program will be streamed online to participating extension offices around the state.


Category Available CEUs
487 General Standards/Core 1
482 General Standards/Core 1
Limited Urban Fertilizer 1
Limited Landscape Maintenance 5
Limited Lawn & Ornamental 5
Commercial Lawn & Ornamental 5
Private Applicator 5
Aerial Application 5
Ag Row Crop 2
Ag Tree Crop 2
Aquatic Weed Control 4
Demonstration & Research 5
Forestry 2
Natural Areas Weed Management 4
Ornamental & Turf 5
Regulatory Pest Control 5
Right-of-Way 5
Total Available 6

Extension Offices Participating, in the Panhandle, Include:

Santa Rosa


8:30    Registration
9:00    Pesticides, Pollinators & Politics in Turf & Ornamentals
10:00  Integrating Biological Controls & Herbicides
11:00   When Upland Invasive Plant Control Meets Water
12:00   Lunch
1:00    Pesticide Spill Management & Cleanup
2:00    Aquatic Weed Identification
3:00    Herbicide Injury from Off-Target Application

Registration Prices:

UF/IFAS Employees: $ 15 until 7/22/16, then increases to $ 22.50
Municipal Employees: $ 30 until 7/22/16, then increases to $ 45
Industry Professionals: $ 50 until 7/22/16, then increases to $ 75

Registration can be completed online through the FTGA website or by downloading and then mailing the form. A hard copy registration form can also be picked up at any participating extension office. Registration CANNOT be done via the phone. It is important to register early as the cost of registration increases after July 22nd to on-site pricing (see above).



Author: Ethan Carter – ethancarter@ufl.edu

Ethan Carter is the Regional Row Crop IPM Agent in Jackson County. He earned his BS in Food and Resource Economics, and his MS in Agronomy, both from the University of Florida.

Ethan Carter

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