2008 Aquatic Weed Control Short Course  
Aquatic, Upland and Invasive Weed Control; 
Aquatic Plant Identification


May 5-8, 2008


Coral Springs Marriott Hotel, Golf Club
and Convention Center

Coral Springs, Florida


 Who Should Attend? -- You Will Benefit by Attending this Program If You:

  • Need Florida CEUs

  • Need Pesticide Applicator CEUs for categories such as:
    - Aquatic
    - Right-of-Way
    - General Standards (CORE)
    - Forestry
    - Ornamental and Turf

  • Are responsible for aquatic weed control in canals, lakes, golf course ponds, rivers, parks, residential developments and other waterways.

  • Operate and calibrate herbicide and pesticide application equipment.

  • Are employed by a public agency or private company which is responsible for vegetation management along right-of-ways and in natural areas.

  • Are an employee of a basic manufacturer or a distributor that markets aquatic or vegetation management herbicides.

  • Use biological control techniques to suppress aquatic weed growth.

  • Need to identify aquatic and wetland plants.

  • Culture Aquatic Plants.

  • Establish and maintain wetland mitigation areas.

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Specialized Training Sessions

The short course is designed to benefit those new to the industry and experienced professionals seeking a comprehensive update. Topics include:

  • General Standards (CORE) Training Sessions - Pesticide label interpretation, personal protection equipment, pesticide safety, pesticide handling and container disposal techniques.

  • Herbicide/Pesticide Application Equipment Calibration Training Sessions - Calculation formulas, area measurements and equipment calibration calculations. Practice critical steps for proper equipment calibration that will assist you in passing category exams.

  • Plant Identification - Material providing identification characteristics of aquatic and invasive terrestrial and natural area weeds and economically important aquatic plants and potential control techniques.

  • Aquatic Pest Control Category Training Sessions - Aquatic weed management techniques, aquatic plant biology and environmental topics, and basic aquatic calibration.

  • Natural Areas Weed Management Training Sessions - Learn techniques to manage invasive weeds, both native and non-native, in natural areas such as parks, wildlife and ecological management areas, and terrestrial areas needing weed management.

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Tentative Agenda

Monday, May 5, 2008

3:30–7:00pm

Registration Office Open at the Coral Springs Marriott Hotel, Golf Club, and Convention Center

Sponsor Display Set-up in Pre-Function Area

Tuesday, May 6, 2008 - General Session All Day 

7:00am-5:00pm

Registration Office Open at the Coral Springs Marriott Hotel, Golf Club, and Convention Center
Sponsor Exhibits on Display

7:00-7:50am

Morning Refreshments

Time

SESSION 1 – DEFINING THE PROBLEM

(Moderator: Bill Haller)

7:50-8:10am

Opening Comments and Certification Requirements – Bill Haller, UF/IFAS

8:10-8:50am

Problems with Weeds in Aquatic, Natural and Right-of-Way Areas – Ken Langeland, UF/IFAS

8:50-9:25am

Aquatic Weeds, Mosquitoes and Public Health – Jim Burgess, Lee County Mosquito Control

9:25-9:50am

Basics of Pesticide Calibration – Richard Cromwell, UF/IFAS

9:50-10:10am

Refreshment Break and Networking

Time

SESSION 2 – THE LABEL IS THE LAW

(Moderator: Atul Puri)

10:10-10:35am

The Role of FDACS in Pesticide Regulation – Kathleen Osgood, FDACS

10:35-11:00am

Pesticide Labeling and MSDS Interpretation – Fred Fishel, UF/IFAS

11:00-11:25am

PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), WPS (Worker Protection Standard) and Routes of Pesticide Exposure –Fred Fishel, UF/IFAS

11:25-11:50am

How to Survive a Pesticide Inspection – Kathleen Osgood, FDACS

11:50-1:00pm

Lunch Break – on your own

Time

SESSION 3 – TOXICITY OF PESTICIDES

(Moderator: Fred Fishel)

1:00-1:50pm

Safe Pesticide Storage, Spills and Transportation – Michael Whitten, UAP

1:50-2:40pm

Toxicity and Exposure to Pesticides – Donna Farmer, Monsanto

2:40-3:00pm

Refreshment Break and Networking

Time

SESSION 4 – CHARACTERISTICS OF HERBICIDES

(Moderator: Jerry Bennett)

3:00-3:50pm

How Herbicides Work and Why They Kill Plants and Not People – Carole Lembi, Purdue University

3:50-4:15pm

Herbicide Selectivity, Compatibility and Formulation – Brent Sellers, UF/IFAS

4:15-4:40pm

Environmental Fate of Herbicides – Jay Ferrell, UF/IFAS

4:40-5:05pm

Professionalism and Certified Applicators – Carlton Layne, AERF

5:05pm

End of Tuesday Sessions

5:15-7:15pm

Welcome Reception on the Breezes Patio

 

Tuesday Outside Herbicide Calibration Sessions

Each session is limited to 25 people. Please sign up in the Registration Office.

1:00-2:40pm

Outdoor Calibration Session A – Herbicide Application Equipment Training – Richard Cromwell and Vernon Vandiver, UF/IFAS

 

Wednesday, May 7, 2008 - Concurrent Sessions All Day

7:00am-5:00pm

Registration Office Open at the Coral Springs Marriott Hotel, Golf Club, and Convention Center

Sponsor Exhibits on Display

7:00-8:00am

Morning Refreshments

Time(Session a)

CONCURRENT SESSION 5a
CORE TRAINING PART 1 
(Moderator: Jane Morse)

Time
(Session b)

CONCURRENT SESSION 5b
BIOCONTROL  PART 1
(Moderator – Jim Cuda)

8:00-9:40am

Core Training Part 1 – Jane Morse, Pinellas County, UF/IFAS

8:00-8:50am

The Basics of Biocontrol – Mike Grodowitz, USACE

8:50-9:40am

Biocontrol of Submersed and Floating Aquatic Plants – Jim Cuda, UF/IFAS

9:40-10:00am

Refreshment Break and Networking

Time(Session a)

CONCURRENT SESSION 6a
CORE TRAINING PART 2
(Moderator: Jane Morse)

Time
(Session b)

CONCURRENT SESSION 6b
BIOCONTROL  PART 2
(Moderator – Jim Cuda)

10:00-10:50am

Core Training Part 2 – Jane Morse, Pinellas County, UF/IFAS

10:00-10:50am

Biocontrol of Upland Plants – Paul Pratt, USDA

10:50-11:40am

Calibration Formulas, Questions, Answers and Problems – Richard Cromwell, UF/IFAS

10:50-11:40am

Grass Carp Biocontrol for Aquatic Plants – Michael Sowinski, FFWCC

11:40-1:15pm

Lunch Break – on your own

Time
(Session a)

CONCURRENT SESSION 7a
AQUATIC TRAINING
(Moderator – Chris Mudge)

Time
(Session b)

CONCURRENT SESSION 7b
SPECIAL AQUATIC PROBLEMS
(Moderator –Mike Netherland)

1:15-2:55pm

Aquatic Pest Control Training – Chris Mudge, USACE

1:15-2:05pm

Identification and Control of Algae – Carole Lembi, Purdue University

2:05-2:55pm

Ponds: Careful of the Fish – Chuck Cichra, UF/IFAS

2:55-3:20pm

Refreshment Break and Networking

Time
(Session a)

CONCURRENT SESSION 8a
NATURAL AREAS TRAINING
(Moderator – Ken Langeland)

Time
(Session b)

CONCURRENT SESSION 8b
RIGHT-OF-WAY TRAINING
(Moderator – Jay Ferrell)

3:20-5:00pm

Natural Areas Weed Management Training – Jeff Hutchinson, UF/IFAS

3:20-3:45pm

Past, Present and Future Management of Roadside Weeds – Barry Brecke, UF/IFAS

3:45-4:10pm

Growth Regulators and Chemical Mowing – Chris Key, BASF

4:10-4:35pm

Vegetation and Brush Control on Electrical Transmission Lines – Pat Minogue, UF/IFAS

4:35-5:00pm

Bare Ground Weed Control – Jay Ferrell, UF/IFAS

5:00pm

End of Wednesday Sessions – Dinner on your own

7:00-9:00pm

Review Session for Certification Exams


Wednesday Outside Herbicide Calibration Sessions
Each session is limited to 25 people. Please sign up in the Registration Office.

8:00-9:40am

Outdoor Calibration Session B – Herbicide Application Equipment Training – Richard Cromwell and Vernon Vandiver, UF/IFAS

10:00-11:40am

Outdoor Calibration Session C – Herbicide Application Equipment Training – Vernon Vandiver and Brandon Fast, UF/IFAS

 

Wednesday Plant Identification Sessions

Each session is limited to 50 people. Please sign up in the Registration Office.

1:15-2:55pm

ID Session 1 – Wetland and Natural Areas Plant Identification – Mike Meisenburg (UF/IFAS) and Mike Bodle (SFWMD)

3:20-5:00pm

ID Session 2 – Aquatic Plant Identification – Don Doggett (Lee County Hyacinth Control District) and Lyn Gettys (UF/IFAS)

Thursday, May 8, 2008 - Concurrent Sessions All Morning 

7:00am-12:00pm

Registration Office Open at the Coral Springs Marriott Hotel, Golf Club, and Convention Center

Sponsor Exhibits on Display

7:00-8:00am

Morning Refreshments

Time (Session a)

CONCURRENT SESSION 9a

NATURAL AREAS WEED CONTROL

(Moderator – Ken Langeland)

Time (Session b)

CONCURRENT SESSION 9b

HERBICIDES

(Moderator: Joe Vassios)

8:00-8:25am

Control of Perennial Grasses – Brent Sellers, UF/IFAS

8:00-8:25am

What the Public Expects from Pond Weed Control – Stu Metzler, Aquagenix

8:25-8:50am

Control of Old World Climbing Fern – Jeff Hutchinson, UF/IFAS

8:25-8:50am

Herbicide Application Techniques – Bill Haller, UF/IFAS

8:50-9:15am

Control of Vines and Brush in Natural Areas – Ken Langeland, UF/IFAS

8:50-9:15am

Development of Resistance to Herbicides – Atul Puri, UF/IFAS

9:15-9:40am

Control of Cogongrass – Greg MacDonald, UF/IFAS

9:15-9:40am

New Herbicides on the Horizon – Bill Haller, UF/IFAS

9:40-10:00am

Refreshment Break and Networking

Time (Session a)

CONCURRENT SESSION 10a

AQUATIC PEST CONTROL

(Moderator: Tina Bond)

Time (Session b)

CONCURRENT SESSION 10b

HERBICIDE LABEL UPDATES

(Moderator: Greg MacDonald)

10:00-10:25am

Control of Submersed Weeds – Mike Netherland, USACE

10:00-10:25am

Label Updates and New Products – Dharman Setaram, United Phosphorus, Inc.

10:25-10:50am

Control of Emergent and Floating Weeds – Brett Bultemeier, UF/IFAS

10:25-10:40am

Label Updates and New Products – Doug Warrington, Alligare

10:50-11:15am

The US Army Corps of Engineers National Aquatic Plant Control Program – Mike Netherland, USACE

10:40-10:55am

Label Updates and New Products – Harry Knight, Applied Biochemists

10:55-11:10am

Label Updates and New Products – Greg Reynolds, Syngenta

11:15-11:40am

The US Army Corps of Engineers Florida Aquatic Plant Control Program – Jeremy Crossland, USACE

11:10-11:35am

Label Updates and New Products – Chris Key, BASF

11:35-11:50am Label Updates and New Products – Scott Ditmarsen, Dow AgroSciences
11:50-11:55am Closing Remarks- Bill Haller, UF/IFAS

11:40am

End of 2008 Short Courses Sessions

11:40-1:00pm

Sponsor Display Tear Down

1:15-4:30pm

CORE and Category Testing – Jane Morse, Bill Haller and Atul Puri, UF/IFAS

 

Thursday Outside Herbicide Calibration Sessions

Each session is limited to 25 people. Please sign up in the Registration Office.

8:00-9:40am

Outdoor Calibration Session D – Herbicide Application Equipment Training – Vernon Vandiver and Brandon Fast, UF/IFAS

10:00-11:40am

Outdoor Calibration Session E – Herbicide Application Equipment Training – Vernon Vandiver and Brandon Fast, UF/IFAS

 

Thursday Plant Identification Sessions

Each session is limited to 50 people. Please sign up in the Registration Office.

8:00-9:40am

ID Session 3 – Wetland and Natural Areas Plant Identification – Mike Meisenburg (UF/IFAS) and Mike Bodle (SFWMD)

10:00-11:40m

ID Session 4 – Aquatic Plant Identification – Don Doggett (Lee County Hyacinth Control District) and Lyn Gettys (UF/IFAS)

  

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Special Sessions

Outdoor - Herbicide/Pesticide Application Equipment CalibrationTraining

Attendees will have the opportunity to sign-up for a “hands-on”, outdoor calibration session either Tuesday or Wednesday. Equipment such as a boom sprayer, hand-gun sprayer, and dry material spreader applicator will be demonstrated and calibrated.

Note: These sessions will be concurrent with oral presentations. Applicators may only earn credit for sessions attended.


Live Aquatic Weed & Upland Plant Identification

Participants will have the opportunity to sign up for two (2) aquatic and two (2) natural area plant identification sessions (50 people each). During sessions, participants will be able to ask questions and examine numerous aquatic and natural area plant samples.

Please note: you may only earn credit for one (1) aquatic and one (1) natural area session. These sessions will take place in the Sandpiper Room and will run concurrent to oral presentations. You may only earn
credit for sessions attended.

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Continuing Education Units

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) may be earned by attending this short course. A representative from the Florida Pesticide Certification Office will be available to answer questions regarding CEUs and Florida licensing requirements. For licensing and certification information, contact the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Pesticide Certification Office at 850-488-3314.

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     NOTE:

  • Applicators must possess a Commercial, Public and/or Private Pesticide License and a social security number
    to have CEUs applied toward license renewal.

  • You may only earn credit for sessions attended.

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Concurrent Sessions

The short course is generally divided into two concurrent oral programs: 1) Applicator Training for those who need to take the CORE and Category Exams; and 2) Continuing Education for License Renewal.

Since you will only receive CEU credits for the sessions you attend, it is imperative that you review the program agenda and attend the sessions that a) provide the CEU credits you require and b) are most suited to your educational needs.

Keep in mind that special sessions, such as the Plant ID and Equipment Calibration, will also run concurrent to oral sessions. For instance, if you attend one of the special sessions you cannot earn the credits from the oral session going on at the same time. You would only earn credit for the special session.

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Certification Examinations

Commercial, Public and/or Private Pesticide Applicator Certification testing will be offered on Thursday, May 8 from 1:15pm to 4:30pm.  There is no charge for taking an examination, but be certain to bring your valid Driver’s License or State-Issued ID.

How long will the test take? Each examination takes approximately one hour to complete, depending on the individual. If time allows, you are permitted to take more than one test. Calculators, for use during the exams, will be issued by exam administrators on a borrow basis prior to the exams.

What other examinations will be offered? In addition to the General Standards (CORE) examination, examinations are offered in many other primary and secondary categories, which are listed below. Note: If you wish to take a primary or secondary category exam other than Aquatic Pest Control, Right-of-Way Pest Control, Natural Area Pest Control, or Ornamental and Turf Pest Control you must request this examination when registering on-line.

Tentative Examination Categories:

Primary Categories: Aerial Application, Agricultural Animal Pest Control; Agricultural Pest Control; Agricultural Row Crop Pest Control; Agricultural Tree Crop Pest Control; Aquatic Pest Control; Forest Pest Control; Natural Areas Weed Management; Organotin Anti-fouling Paint Pest Control;
Ornamental & Turf Pest Control; Private Applicator Soil & Greenhouse
Fumigation; Seed Treatment; Right-of-Way Pest Control; Wood Treatment.

Secondary Categories: Demonstration & Research.

Please note: In order to become a certified applicator in the State of Florida, you must pass the General Standards (CORE) exam and at least one (1) category examination.

The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) will contact you via email, 10-21 days after the exam and provide you with license application information.

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Preparation for Exams

During the short course presentations will review a great deal of the material that will be covered on the General Standards (CORE), aquatic, natural area, and right-of-way category certification exams. In addition, it is highly recommended that you review the appropriate Pesticide Application Training Manual for the categories you will be testing in.

Training Manuals:

Questions for the pesticide certification exams are derived from training manuals available from the University of Florida, IFAS Bookstore. You may order these manuals at ANY time through the bookstore’s website or by calling (800) 226-1764.

These manuals are approximately 100 pages long. In order to insure that you have adequate time to read these materials and prepare for the exams, you are encouraged to purchase manuals prior to the short course.

Suggested Manuals:

Title Topic Bookstore ID Code
Applying Pesticides Correctly General Standards (CORE) SM001
Aquatic Pest Control Aquatic SM003
Natural Areas Weed Management Natural Areas SP295
Right-of-Way Pest Control Right-of-Way SM09
Ornamental and Turfgrass Pest Management Ornamental & Turf SM007

For other category manuals visit the IFAS Bookstore online or call (800) 226-1764.

Review Session• Wednesday, May 7, 2008 • 7:00-9:00pm:

An informal study session will be offered for those who wish to ask questions and receive additional instruction on examination topics.

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Live Aquatic Weed & Upland Plant Exhibit

Aquatic and upland plants used in the identification special sessions will be labeled and available for study by participants on Wednesday and Thursday in the Sandpiper Room. Please see the short course agenda for exhibit times.

 

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IFAS Publication Sales

Aquatic weed, weed science, and aquatic plant extension publications from the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) will be available for sale at the short course. You will be able to choose from plant identification books, pesticide training manuals, educational videos, weed control guides, and related publications. For advance purchases, please contact the IFAS Extension Bookstore at (352) 392-1764.

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Registration Information

The registration fee provides each attendee the educational program, a book of presentations, morning, mid-day and afternoon refreshments, and the Tuesday evening welcome reception.

Registration Fees

Early Reduced Registration Fee
(By February 29, 2008)

$225.00

Regular Registration Fee
(By April 18, 2008)

$275.00
Late Registration Fee
(After April 18, 2008)
$325.00
Student Registration Fee $100.00
(Student attendees must fax/email a copy of their Student ID to Office of Conferences and Institutes at: 352-392-9734
or
jhanna@ufl.edu to register.)

Before clicking on the "Register Now" link below, we recommend that you have payment information on-hand, such as credit card, check number or purchase order number, if we are to invoice your institution.
 

We are delighted you wish to register for this event.

Advanced registration is closed, however, we will be happy to register you onsite and look forward to your participation.

THANK YOU!!!


Refund Policy: Requests for registration refunds will be honored if written notice of cancellation is received by the Office of Conferences and Institutes on or before Friday, April 18, 2008. A $50.00 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. No refunds will be honored for cancellations after Friday, April 18, 2008.

Special Needs: Special needs (such as visual, hearing or walking impairments) of registered attendees can be reasonably accommodated if they contact the Office of Conferences & Institutes at least 10 working days prior to the short course. We can be reached by phone at (352) 392-5930, by fax at (352) 392-9734, or by email at jhanna@ufl.edu. If calling from within the State of Florida, the office can be reached at 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
 

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Meeting Site and Hotel Accommodations

11775 Heron Bay Boulevard
Coral Springs, FL 33076

PHONE: 954-753-5598
FAX: 954-753-2888
TOLL FREE: 800-311-8018

 

Hotel Exterior

Please join us at the upscale resort-style Marriott hotel & conference center located directly on the Tournament Player's Club at Heron Bay golf course. The Marriott is conveniently located midway between Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton, just off the Sawgrass Expressway, in the prestigious Heron Bay development.

Special rates for participants of the Aquatic Weed Control Short Course are as follows:

  • Regular Room - $99 per night (one to four people)

  • Concierge Level Room - $109 per night (one to four people)

  • King Executive Suite - $119 per night (one to four people)

  • One Bedroom Suite - $189 per night (one to four people)

(All room rates are subject to 11% state and local taxes)

  • Reservations must be made by Monday, April 14, 2008 in order to receive this group rate. Please be aware the block of rooms may fill before the deadline, so we urge you to make your reservation as soon as possible. After Monday, April 14, the discounted rate is not guaranteed on possible remaining rooms.

  • To make a reservation, call the Marriott Coral Springs Hotel reservations direct line at
    (800) 311-8018 and identify yourself as a participant of the Aquatic Weed Control Short Course to receive the reduced rates. You may also
    click here to make your reservation on-line. The group code for this short course is “eeweewa”.

Florida government participants: To receive tax exempt status, payment must be made in the form of a government issued check or credit card and be accompanied by a Florida sales tax exemption certificate presented at check-in). Note: The Coral Springs Marriott is seeking Green Lodging certification. For information about Florida’s Green Travel Policies, click here.
 

Please note:
- All reservations must be accompanied by a first night room deposit or guaranteed with a major credit card. The hotel will not hold any reservations after 6:00pm on the day of arrival if not secured by one of the above methods.

- The hotel check-in time is 3:00pm and check out is 12:00pm.
 

Click here for directions and map to Coral Springs Marriott Hotel, Golf Club and Convention Center.

 

Overflow Hotel Accommodations

In the event the Coral Springs Marriott is full over the dates you are requesting accommodations, the following hotel property is offering guest rooms to Aquatic Weed Control attendees:

La Quinta Inn Coral Springs University Drive
3701 University Dr.
Coral Springs, FL 33065
Phone: (954)753-9000
Fax: (954)755-4012
Reservations: 1-800-531-5900

The La Quinta Inn Ft. Lauderdale-Coral Springs/University Drive at Sample Rd is situated just minutes from the Aquatic Weed Control Short Course meeting site, located at the Coral Springs Marriott Hotel, Golf Club, and Convention Center. For driving directions, click here.

The La Quinta is offering Aquatic Weed attendee’s the rates listed below. To receive the special rates, contact the La Quinta’s reservations line directly at 1-800-531-5900 and request a room in the Aquatic Weed block.

  • $80.10 standard room with 2 double beds

  • $89.10 King room or standard deluxe (mini-fridge and microwave)

  • (All room rates are subject to 11% state and local taxes)

Reservations must be made by April 17, 2008 in order to receive this group rate. After April 17, the group rate may no longer be available. Should you need to cancel your reservation with the La Quinta Inn, you must do so in writing before April 18, 2008.
 


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2008 Sponsor Appreciation


It is only through the generous financial contributions from the following industry leaders that this short course is possible, and their donations are greatly appreciated and significantly enhance the program. Click here to view the 2007 Short Course Sponsors.

Anyone who wishes to participate as a sponsor of the 2008 Short Course may contact
Bill Haller, Short Course Organizer. For further information and to commit as a sponsor click here.

2008 Short Course Sponsors

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Related Sites of Interest


UF/IFAS Fort Lauderdale Research
and Education Center

Florida DEP
Division of Water Facilities

UF/IFAS Publications


UF/IFAS
Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants


Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council

University of Florida
School of Natural Resources
and Environment


Global Invasive Species Program

Plant Management Societies

Other Organizations

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Travel & Area Information

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International (FLL) serves millions of travelers from all over the world and is located in the heart of Florida's Gold Coast. Just a ten-minute drive from immaculate beaches, the area's business district, hotels, golf courses and many other major attractions.


Miami International Airport (MIA), one of the busiest airports in the world, is served by over 100 airlines taking travelers to approximately 150 destinations around the globe. Miami International Airport (MIA) has more than 33.6 million passengers and 500,000 take-offs and landings each year.

 

Miami Shuttle is available in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach & all south Florida area with a NON SHARE & DIRECT transportation service 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
 

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For Further Information

Program Information

Dr. Bill Haller -- Short Course Organizer
Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants
University of Florida / IFAS
7922 NW 71st Street
Gainesville, FL 32611-0610
PHONE: 352-392-9615
FAX: 352-392-3462
EMAIL:
whaller@ufl.edu

 

Dr. Atul Puri -- Short Course Organizer
Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants
University of Florida / IFAS
7922 NW 71st Street
Gainesville, FL 32611-0610
PHONE: 352-392-9615
FAX: 352-392-3462
EMAIL: atul779@ufl.edu

Meeting Information

Jhanna Gilbert -- Short Course Coordinator
Office of Conferences and Institutes (OCI)
University of Florida / IFAS

PO Box 110750, Building 639, Mowry Road
Gainesville, FL 32611-0750

PHONE: 352-392-5930
FAX: 352-392-9734
EMAIL: jhanna@ufl.edu

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