Landscape Maintenance Trade Show Feb 8
Hello out there and Happy New Year!
Got some down time and need to get your CEUs for renewal?
The Commercial Landscape Maintenance Seminar and Trade Show is the yearly event to update landscape professionals on pests, cultural practices and application techniques to sharpen their skills and renew their pesticide licenses. The program will be held February 8 at the Polk County Extension office.
This program is approved for five total CEUs and will renew the limited commercial landscape maintenance, the limited lawn and ornamental, and the commercial lawn and ornamental licenses.
To see details of CEUs offered and register click here: http://2012polklandscapetradeshow.eventbrite.com
This year's program features an FDACS inspector describing vehicle inspection through an interactive mock inspection. We'll also play pesticide jeopardy and raffle off vendor donations again!
As always see upcoming training on the calendar page of http://polksmallfarms.com
This is a direct link to the page http://polk.ifas.ufl.edu/AG_Safety/events/index.shtml
Is it a Trade Show?
Yes and we are looking for vendors! There is no charge for a booth but there is a charge for the lunch (if ordered). Take a look at the registration link for more info and feel free to contact me with any questions!
Mary Beth Henry
Small Farms/Pesticide Licensing
Extension Agent I, UF/IFAS Extension Polk County
1702 HWY. 17 S, Bartow, FL 33831 T: 863.519.8677 x 110 F: 863.534.0001
No Farmers No Food
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