This course covers Florida’s landscape plants and turfgrass species and characteristics. It also provides information on annual fertilization requirements and the effects of landscape design, mowing, pruning, irrigation, shade, wear, pest, disease, cold and heat stresses on fertilization requirements, including materials, amounts and timing, and, conversely, the effects of fertilization on these cultural aspects in addition to direct effects on water quality, including nutrient pollution, erosion and sedimentation, and water usage rates.
This online course provides convenient and affordable continuing education for Landscape Architects, FNGLA Certified Professionals, Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Certified Professionals and FDACS Limited Urban Fertilizer Applicator Certificate holders. The online courses are self-paced and can be completed on your mobile device or computer. Each one-hour course provides one CEU.
This course consists of 14 short videos, two practice quizzes, and a course test. You must score at least 75% on the course test to earn your record of attendance. Information about receiving your record of attendance will be available after you've passed the course test and submitted the course survey.
If you have any questions regarding course content, please contact ClaireLewis@ufl.edu