UF/IFAS CEU Day on August 21

Another opportunity to earn pesticide CEUs is coming up on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 with the UF/IFAS CEU Day.  The training will be offered at Manatee County Extension and other area locations via teleconferencing.  Up to 6 CEUs are available in numerous pesticide license categories.

8:30-9:00        Registration
9:00-9:50        Vegetation management in forests and transmission lines (Patrick Minogue)
10:00-10:50    Integrating biological controls and herbicides (Jim Cuda)
11:00-11:50    ID and IPM of pasture weeds and forage tolerance – will focus on
dogfennel, tropical soda apple, blackberry and other briars (Brent Sellers)

11:50-1:00      Lunch
1:00-1:50        Managing herbicide applications against development of resistance
(William Haller)
2:00-2:25        Seedbank dynamics and long term integrated weed management
(Ramon Leon)
2:25-2:50        Herbicide injury to vegetables from off target sprays (Peter Dittmar)
3:00-3:25        Integrated management of cogongrass (Greg MacDonald)
3:25-3:50        New and/or difficult to control upland, wetland, and aquatic invasive plants
(Ken Langeland)
3:50-4:00         Evaluations and issue CEU attendance forms (Fred Fishel)

In Manatee County registration information is here:  bit.ly/SeXH5t.  State, county and municipal applicators may attend for free if they bring a lunch or pay $10 to have lunch provided.  For other training locations, please contact your local Extension office.


About Kathy

Urban Horticulture Program Assistant with UF/IFAS Extension Manatee County.
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