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Protect U.S. Oak Decline & Japanese Oak Wilt - CEU is a Course

Protect U.S. Oak Decline & Japanese Oak Wilt - CEU

Started Apr 12, 2018
2.0 credits

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Full course description

This program is approved by FDACS to award State of Florida Pesticide Applicator CEUs to program participants who complete the course.

Oak decline is a soilborne root rot fungus that is limited to oak trees and causes defoliation and dieback. Japanese oak wilt (Raffaelea quercivora) is a fungus that does not occur without the Oak ambrosia beetle. The learning objectives are to understand the following regarding the diseases:


• Hosts
• Distribution
• Damage
• Signs & Symptoms
• Disease Cycle
• Identification
• Monitoring
• Control
• Sample Submission


 List of the approved CEU categories for this course.

Category Name Approved CEU
FOREST PEST CONTROL 2
AG TREE CROP PEST CONTROL 2
PRIVATE APPLICATOR AG PEST CONTROL 2
COMMERCIAL LAWN AND ORNAMENTAL 2
LIMITED CERTIFICATION LAWN AND ORNAMENTAL 2
LIMITED CERTIFICATION COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE MAINT. 2
NATURAL AREAS WEED MGMT 2
ORNAMENTAL AND TURF PEST CONTROL 2
AG ROW CROP PEST CONTROL 2