UF to Offer Two More Online Training Courses in ’21
The University of Florida will offer two more online training courses in 2021.
Weed Management will take place Oct. 18 to Nov. 12, and has been approved for CEUs in the state of Florida. It is taught by Chris Marble, assistant professor of ornamental and landscape weed management in the Department of Environmental Horticulture at the University of Florida.
Hydroponic Vegetable Production run from Oct. 25 to Nov. 19. The course is taught by a team of instructors from the University of Florida and Cornell University, which include Bob Hochmuth, Assistant Center Director for the UF/IFAS North Florida Research & Education Center at Live Oak and Regional Specialized Extension Agent for commercial vegetable crops, and Tatiana Sanchez Commercial Horticulture Agent for UF/IFAS in Alachua County.
Each course costs $249 per participant, with a 20% discount if you register 5 or more. The courses are completely online, and include pre-recorded videos, an interactive discussion board with PhD professors, and quizzes.
Course material is available any time of the day in English and Spanish, and two new modules are activated each week during each course, for a total of 8 learning modules.