June Agriculture & Natural Resources Program


​The UF/IFAS Extension Alachua County Office is joyful to announce The subsequent Agriculture & Pure Assets program for June 2022. This program is being provided by Dr. Kevin Korus, Agriculture & Pure Assets Agent, On the Alachua County Ag Auditorium (22716 W. Newberry Road, Newberry).

Private Applicator & Agricultural Row Crops – A Consider – June 14, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (with Dr. Tatiana Sanchez, Enterprise Horticulture Agent)

This workshop is designed To current teaching for the private applicator agricultural pest administration license. The private applicator license is required for anyone that applies restricted use pesticides to Their very personal farm, greenhouse, or nursery. 

New license: After The class concludes, exams Shall be out there to attendees who want a license. These Eager to look at, ought to let the Extension Office know To order a spot. To look at, please apply for a voucher quantity Earlier to The class.

As a lot as 4 Persevering with Education Models (CEUs) Shall be provided for applicators Which have already acquired their licenses. CEUs out there embrace Widespread Regular Core, Ag Row Crop, And private Applicator.  

The registration payment is $25.00 (embraces handout supplies And Lightweight refreshments). Individuals should register on-line by June 10. A late payment of $10.00 Shall be utilized for registrations after June 10, or if paying On the door. This class Is restricted To twenty participants. There Shall be no refunds for the registration payment.  

For extra Particulars about this program, contact Dr. Kevin Korus ([email protected]), Agriculture & Pure Assets Agent, UF/IFAS Extension Alachua County, at 352-955-2402.  Go to the Extension Office internet website For further packages provided by the Extension Office. 

An Equal Alternative Institution. Extension Service, College of Florida, Institute of Meals and Agricultural Sciences, Dr. Andra Johnson, Dean for UF/IFAS Extension. Single copies of Extension publications (excluding 4-H and youth publications) Can be found free to Florida residents from county Extension workplaces.