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A

Ants
Alternative Irrigation Systems (see “Irrigation“)
Aphids
Asian Cycad Scale
Azaleas

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B

Bahiagrass for Florida Lawns (see also “Turf”)
Bedding Plants
Begonias
Bermudagrass for Florida Lawns (see also “Turf”)
Biological Pesticides
Bird-of-Paradise
Birds
Boring Insects
Botany Handbook for Florida, Revised Edition
Brazilian Pepper-tree Control
Bromeliads
Bulbs for Florida
Butterflies

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C

Caladiums

Camellias in Florida

Cannas for the Florida Landscape

Caterpillars

Centipedegrass

Chinch Bugs

Cockroaches

Cold Protection of Ornamental Plants

Community Tree Care

Coontie

Crape Myrtle

Cycad Scale (see “Asian Cycad Scale“)

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D

Daylilies for Florida

Design

(see “Landscape Design“)

Disease

(see “Plant Disease“)

Diseases of Ornamentals

Drought

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E

Enviroscaping(see also “Groundcovers“)

Espaliers

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F

Ferns

Fireflies (Lampyridae)

Fertilizers

Fleas

Forest and Shade Tree Insects of Florida

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G

Galls

Ganoderma

Gardenias

Geraniums for Florida

Gerberas for Florida

Gesneriads for the Florida Gardener

Grasshoppers

Groundcovers

Ground Pearls in Turfgrass

Grubs

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H

Herbicides

Herbs in the Florida Garden

Hibiscus in Florida

Hollies in Florida

Honey Bees

Household Pests

House Plants

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I

Insects

Installation of Trees  (see “Planting Trees“)

Irrigation

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J

Junipers in Florida

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K

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L

Ligustrum

Lace Bugs on Ornamental Plants

Landscape Design

Lawns

(see “Turf“)

Leafminers on Ornamental Plants

Lime and Liming – A Florida Perspective

Lobate Lac Scale

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M

Magnolias

Mangroves

Mealybugs

(see “Pink Hibiscus Mealybug (PHM)“)

Mites on Ornamental Plants

Mole Crickets

Mosquitoes

Mulch

Mowing Your Florida Lawn

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N

Native Plants

Nematodes

Nitrogen Fixation

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O

Oleander

Orchids

Ornamentals

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P

Palm Diseases

Palm Maintenance

Paspalum Turf

Perennial Gardening in Florida

Pesticides

pH (see “Soil pH“)

Pink Hibiscus Mealybug (PHM)

Plant Disease

Plant Health

Planting Trees

Poinsettias For Florida, Indoors and Outdoors

Pruning Landscape Trees and Shrubs

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Q

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R

Robber Flies (Asilidae)

Rodent Control

Roses

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S

St. Augustinegrass for Florida Lawns (see also “Turf“)

Salt Tolerant Plants

Scale

Shrubs

Soil

Soil Science

Sphaeropsis Gall of Holly and Other Landscape Ornamental Plants

Spiders

Spittlebugs

Staghorn Ferns at a Glance

Statistics

Storm Preparation

Sudden Oak Death

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T

Take-all Root Rot

Termites

Thatch and its Control in Florida Lawns

Thrips on Ornamental Plants

Trees

Turf

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U

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V

Video Presentations

  • “Site Sustainability: LEED and the Landscape” (view video) Glenn A. Acomb ASLA, UF, Gainesville, Feb. 2008
  • “Chilli Thrips in the Landscape” (view video) Dr. Lance Osborne UF, Mid-Florida REC, Feb. 2008
  • “Establishing Trees and Shrubs with Limited Irrigation” (view video) Dr. Ed Gilman UF, Gainesville, Feb. 2008
  • “The Influence of Planting Depth in the Nursery and Landscape on Tree Establishment and Health” (view video) Dr. Ed Gilman UF, Gainesville, Feb. 2008
  • “Palm Nutrition and Fertilization: Nutrition” (view video) Dr. Lance Osborne UF, Mid-Florida REC, Feb. 2008
  • “Biological Control in the Landscape” (view video) Dr. Tim Broschat UF, Ft. Lauderdale REC, Feb. 2008
  • “Palm Nutrition and Fertilization: Fertilization” (view video) Dr. Tim Broschat UF, Ft. Lauderdale REC, Feb. 2008
  • “Symptoms and Relationships of Palm Phytoplasma Diseases” (view video) Dr. Monica Elliott UF, Ft. Lauderdale REC, Feb. 2008
  • “Palm Phytoplasma Diseases: Diagnosis and Management” (view video) Dr. Monica Elliott UF, Ft. Lauderdale REC, Feb. 2008
  • “Africanized Honey Bees” (view video) Dr. Jamie Ellis UF, Gainesville, Feb. 2008

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W

Weather-Related Problems (see “Storm Preparation“)

Webworms

Weeds in Florida

Wildlife – General Problems

Wildlife

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Hurricane Irma’s high winds left thousands of toppled trees in its wake, and the recovery work related to Hurricane Harvey continues.  As employees in the tree care industry work to remove trees and debris in the recovery effort, they should be aware of the hidden dangers of downed power lines, wildlife, and the hazards of the equipment they are using.  OSHA knows safety will continue to be a priority, and we are here to help.  OSHA’s hurricanes and floods, and tree care industry online resources, and our toll free number (800-321-6742) are available 24 hours a day.

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Atlantic Coast Chapter

Any Questions or communication needed email our President:  Scott Reiter –  flimagelandscape@aol.com

or Director Ty Whitney: twhitney@thesenagroup.com

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Classes

UF/LMA On-Line Certification Class

2017 Registration To Be Announced Soon

Enroll in Landscape IPM: Ornamentals and Turf, and take your first steps toward getting a UF Pest Management Certificate or becoming LMA Certified! Classes to be announced soon!

A three credit/six week course will be offered starting June 2016 at the University of Florida (UF). The course is called “Landscape IPM: Ornamentals and Turf” and is course number IPM 4254. This course will be offered for UF credit and will be available for students that are enrolled at UF or for people outside UF that are interested in the material. UF will offer the course and it will be available 100% online. You must have computer and internet access to take this class. This course is for UF juniors and seniors and landscape and pest management supervisors and owners.

This course will be used as a measure for LMA Certification. The LMA will offer students who pass this class (with an A or a B) the opportunity to become LMA Certified without additional testing since they will be tested as part of the course. LMA will also provide a free membership to passing participants. In addition we offer scholarships to individuals that have passed and  have sent in their submission in to the LMA office. This course will also count towards a UF Certificate in Landscape Pest Management.

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