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Posted on: February 3, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance Workshop

Santa Rosa Extension is hosting a limited commercial maintenance license workshop at 8 a.m. on Thu., Feb. 10.  This workshop is designed to serve as a review for exam takers interested in obtaining the Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance (LCLM) pesticide license. CEUs are available for participants already holding pesticide licenses in various categories, however, they must attend all day to earn CEUS.

The training will be held at the Santa Rosa County Extension Office, 6263 Dogwood Drive in Milton. The cost is $30 per person and includes lunch. Registration is required to attend. Register online at Santa Rosa County LCLM Review & Exam Registration.
 
It is strongly recommended that all attendees study before attending this course by reviewing the following material:

Anyone testing for LCLM must attend all day to earn the six CEUs required to take this exam and provide proof of liability insurance. Exams will be available for LCLM at the end of the day. Separate exam fees must be paid to Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services (FDACS) before attending the class. Attendees must bring a FDACS voucher to class to take the exam, the instructor cannot give the exam without this documentation. Apply for and pay exam fees online at https://aesecomm.freshfromflorida.com/.

WHO NEEDS A LICENSE? Any commercial, for hire, lawn or landscape maintenance individuals who apply pesticides to ornamental plants in plant beds associated with residential, governmental or commercial structures such as homes, schools, municipal/agency offices, banks, grocery stores, apartments, condominium common areas, hotels, restaurants, etc. The license does not allow landscape maintenance workers to make any kind of pesticide applications (including weed control) to any turf areas.

CEUS AVAILABLE: four ornamental and turf pest control, four private applicators, four commercial lawn and ornamental, four limited lawn and ornamental, four commercial landscape maintenance, four limited urban fertilizer, and two CORE.

For questions about the workshop, contact Matt Lollar at mlollar@ufl.edu or 850-623-3868.


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