Palm Management in the Florida Landscape: November 8-9, 2012

Horticultural professionals can benefit greatly from “Palm School”.   This is a truly valuable educational opportunity.  I highly recommend it for all green industry professionals who manage palms in the landscape.  This class fills up quickly, so sign up early if you’re interested.

Date:  November 8-9, 2012 (2 days – Thursday and Friday)

Time:  7:45 AM – 5:00 PM each day

Location:   University of Florida – IFAS Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center

Reservations/Payment:  $300 by October 26, 2012 (or until class fills up)

CEUs requested:  ISA, FNGLA and FDACS (pesticide license)

CEUs for LA license approved (14.5):  Provider Number 0004406

Classroom and Field Topics: Ÿ Diagnosing Palm Problems, Palm Insects, Palm Anatomy and Growth,  Palm Diseases,  Physiological Disorders,  Normal Abnormalities, Nutrient Deficiencies,  Fertilizer Formulations, Sampling and Leaf Analysis,  Fertilizer Application Techniques,  Transplant Issues,  Pruning Palms

For more information and to reserve your spot for “Palm School”, download the brochure (Palm Management Training – Nov2012) or contact: Dr. Monica Elliott ; phone:  954/577-6315

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