Limited Landscape Maintenance

Florida’s Noxious Weeds
A noxious weed has legal connotations and Florida has its share of these invaders. This module presents the laws that are relevant to noxious weeds and covers each of the weeds classified as noxious along with their identifying characteristics, habitats, life cycles, and historical significance.
CEUs: 1

Review of Common Turfgrass Disorders: Diseases, Nematodes, and Non-Pests
Discusses the plant pathogens, nematodes, and abiotic stress disorders common to turfgrass in Florida.
CEUs: 1

Review of Common Turfgrass Disorders: Damaging Insects
Reviews important insects that cause damage to turfgrass in Florida. The primary insects discussed include mole cricket, chinch bug, several species of white grub, and others. Covers the biology of each and injury symptoms they cause.
CEUs: 1

Review of Common Turfgrass Weeds and Their Management
Reviews common turfgrass weeds and their management. Covers the major types of weeds with examples, ways to prevent infestations (including IPM), and common herbicides.
CEUs: 1

Review of Common Pests of Ornamental Plants
Discusses insects, plant pathogens, weeds, and nematodes that harm ornamental plants.
CEUs: 1

Principles of Pesticides: Herbicides I
Discusses principles of three important mode of action groups of herbicides; the photosystem, ACCase, and PPO inhibitors.
CEUs: 1

Principles of Pesticides: Herbicides II
Discusses principles of two important mode of action groups of herbicides, the ALS inhibitors and synthetic auxins.
CEUs: 1

Principles of Pesticides: Herbicides III
Discusses principles of several important mechanism of action groups of herbicides – the microtubule assembly inhibitors, EPSP synthase inhibitors, glutamine synthase inhibitors, carotenoid synthesis inhibitors, lipid synthesis inhibitors, herbicides that cause electron diversion in photosystem, and one herbicide that has an unknown mechanism of action.
CEUs: 1

Principles of Pesticides: Insecticides I
Discusses neurotoxic insecticides. Includes a history perspective and defines the term insecticide and related terms; including residual, contact, systemic, stomach poison, and translaminar movement.
CEUs: 1

Principles of Pests:  Plant Diseases
Discusses principles of pests and plant diseases, including how plants are diagnosed, the plant disease triangle, biotrophs and necrotrophs, and how to manage plant disease.
CEUs: 1

Principles of Pesticides – Fungicides I
Discusses the importance of the use of fungicides, including protectant and systemic fungicides and resistance development.
CEUs: 1

Principles of Pesticides – Fungicides II
Discusses fungicide modes of action.
CEUs: 1

Herbicides 101 – Herbicides and the Plant
Discusses herbicides and the plant, including plant processes, herbicide tolerances, how polar and nonpolar herbicides, translocation characteristics, and herbicide selectivity.
CEUs: 1

Herbicides 101 – Herbicides and the Soil
Discusses herbicides and the soil, including physical and chemical factors that affect herbicide performance and the relationship between absorption, leaching, volatility, and degradation.
CEUs: 1

Maximizing Product Power
Learn to maximizing product power by mastering core principals such as pest identification, using correct dosages, ensuring products reach the target pest, better application, and an understanding of resistance.
CEUs: 1