If part of your business is applying herbicides (including Roundup) or certain pesticides to plant beds, the State of Florida requires that you have a limited pesticide certificate. Operating without one could mean a $5,000 fine. Even more, it could increase your liability in case of an accident.
To become licensed, you need to take a 6-hour course and a written exam. If you are like many people, taking the time and money to go through the course, especially if you are uncomfortable with taking the exam, is really difficult. Therefore, you put it off, again and again. But, UF Extension has made the training a useful, effective means of reviewing for the exam. There are several upcoming opportunities:
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