Upcoming Events & Training

October 01 - Nov 12, 2020 - Virtual Event

The LIAF 2020 Annual Seminar - Part 1: Native Trees – Hammocks to Highways

The Landscape inspectors Association of Florida announces it's 2020 all-virtual four-part Seminar with keynote speaker, Dr. Paul George, History Miami Museum Resident Historian.

Part 1:  Native Trees - Hammocks to Highways

CEU's: BOLA (1), ISA (1), FNGLA (1),  LIAF (1) and FDACS (TBD)

Time: 12:30 PM ET

To come:

Part 2: October 15 - Death on a Pallet

Part 3: October 29 - Tree Evaluation and Structural Remedies

Part 4: November 12 - Florida Statute 163.045: A Death Sentence for Trees

 


October 15 - Nov 12, 2020 - Virtual Event

The LIAF 2020 Annual Seminar - Part 2: Death on a Pallet

The Landscape inspectors Association of Florida announces it's 2020 all-virtual four-part Seminar.
 
Part 2:  Death on a Pallet with Dr. Phil Busey and Jordon Brees

CEU's: BOLA (1), ISA (1), FNGLA (1),  LIAF (1) and FDACS (TBD)

Time: 12:30 PM ET
 

To come:
Part 3: October 29 - Tree Evaluation and Structural Remedies
 
Part 4: November 12 - Florida Statute 163.045: A Death Sentence for Trees

October 29 - 30, 2020

TNLA West Texas Workshop - Postponed to 2021

Contact Sara Fern 512-579-3853 for information about this event.
The Holland Hotel
Postponed to 2021. Dates will follow
Alpine, TX

October 29 - Nov 12, 2020 - Virtual Event

The LIAF 2020 Annual Seminar - Part 3: Tree Evaluations and Structural Remedies

The Landscape inspectors Association of Florida announces it's 2020 all-virtual four-part Seminar.
 
Part 3:  Tree Evaluation and Structural Remedies with Dr. Mike Orfanedes and Jeremy Chancey

CEU's: BOLA (1), ISA (1), FNGLA (1),  LIAF (1) and FDACS (TBD)

Time: 12:30 PM ET

To come:
Part 4: November 12 - Florida Statute 163.045: A Death Sentence for Trees

October 29, 2020

IPM Scouting Class 3- Day Workshop

A 3-Day Workshop for Greenhouse & Nursery Workers in Foliage, Landscape & Vegetable Production.

Oct. 29, 2020 - First Workshop

  • Benefits of Scouting
  • Weed ID and Control
  • Mechanics of Scouting
  • Scouting Strategies
  • Hands-on Scouting

Time: 8:30am – 4pm

 

 


Apopka, FL

November 04, 2020 - Virtual Event

Northeast Greenhouse Webinar Series - Part 1

#1 Pests of Chrysanthemum, and an Insect Management Update

?Time: 12:00 PM ET
  • ?Speaker: Dan Gilrein
  • Institution/organization: Cornell University
  • ?Description: This presentation will cover some of more important pests on mums and management options. We’ll also review results from some recent entomology trials for greenhouse crops.

November 11, 2020 - Virtual Event

Northeast Greenhouse Webinar Series - Part 2

#2 Biological Control: How to be successful

Time: 12:00 PM ET
  • Speaker: Suzanne-Wainwright Evans, 
  • Institution/organization: Buglady Consulting
  • Description: More and more growers are looking to biocontrol to help manage pests. Suzanne has spent her career working with growers solving pest issues, focusing on using beneficials. She will cover tips to help you avoid mistakes she has seen in the past, so you do not waist money or time. Topics covered will include pest ID, pesticide compatibility, environmental issues and more.

November 12, 2020

IPM Scouting Class 3-Day Workshop Part 2


October 29, November 12 & 19, 2020 (NO CLASS Nov. 5)

 

A 3-Day Workshop for Greenhouse & Nursery Workers in Foliage, Landscape &Vegetable Production.

 

Nov.12, 2020

  • Scouting for Insects & Beneficials
  • Scouting Diseases
  • Scouting for Nematodes
  • Hands-on Scouting

Time: 8:30am – 4pm


Apopka, FL

November 12, 2020 - Virtual Event

The LIAF 2020 Annual Seminar - Part 4: Florida Statute 163.045: A Death Sentence for Trees

The Landscape inspectors Association of Florida announces it's 2020 all-virtual four-part Seminar.
 
Part 4:  Florida Statute 163.045: A Death Sentence for Trees with Michael C. Owens

CEU's: BOLA (1), ISA (1), FNGLA (1),  LIAF (1) and FDACS (TBD)

 

Time: 12:30 PM ET

November 12, 2020

2020 TNLA Grower Summit

Texas Farm Bureau Conference Center
Waco, TX

November 18, 2020 - Virtual Event

Northeast Greenhouse Webinar Series - Part 3

#3 Growing Garden Mums Without Disease Losses

Time: 12:00 PM ET

  • ?Speaker: Margery Daughtrey
  • Institution/organization: Cornell University
  • ?Description: Margery will cover the common disease problems of garden mums during production—how to recognize them and how to thwart them.  Learn about Rhizoctonia, Pythium, Bacterial leaf spot, Crown gall and Fusarium wilt, plus Brown rust and the dreaded White rust of chrysanthemum.  Cultural and fungicidal controls will be discussed.

November 19, 2020

IPM Scouting Class 3-Day Workshop Part 3


October 29, November 12 & 19, 2020 (NO CLASS Nov. 5)

 

A 3-Day Workshop for Greenhouse & Nursery Workers in Foliage, Landscape &Vegetable Production.

Nov. 19, 2020

  • Scouting for Abiotics
  • Monitoring for pH and EC
  • Water Quality
  • Tour Plant Clinic

Time: 8:30am – 4pm
Apopka, FL

December 01, 2020

ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification Renewal

Has your expired TRAQ qualification been extended?
Does your TRAQ qualification expire before June 2, 2022?
You are eligible to join us on Tuesday December 1, 2020
 

This 1-day TRAQ renewal review class and exam is open to current TRAQ credential holders only. The TRAQ Renewal Course is a one-day event, with five hours of review instruction, and three hours for the indoor and outdoor exam.






Clearwater, FL

December 02 - 04, 2020

ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification FULL 3-DAY CLASS AND EXAM in CLEARWATER

This course is the full 3-day TRAQ course for people who have not yet taken the TRAQ class and exam.

 

This TRAQ class and exam is open to all interested parties who meet the qualifications and is limited to 40 arborists (first-come/first-served). The qualification consists of a 2-day educational course followed by a ½ day assessment that includes both a written and field component. It is required that you attend the entire course and successfully complete the assessment in order to receive this qualification.The ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification is valid for five years from the date the TRAQ exam is passed. The qualification holder is required to take the course and pass the exam every five years in order to maintain the qualification.
Clearwater, FL

December 02, 2020 - Virtual Event

Northeast Greenhouse Webinar Series - Part 4

#4 Learn the Newest Strategies to Keep Root Rots from Hurting Your Bottom Line

Time: 12:00 PM ET
  • ?Speaker: Mary Hausbeck
  • Institution/organization: Michigan State University
  • ?Description: In this session, disease diagnosis will be discussed and highlighted to help growers choose the best course of action. Strategies including sanitation, optimizing growing conditions, and other control options will be highlighted. Learn how the latest research results can be used immediately to improve plant quality.

December 09, 2020 - Virtual Event

Northeast Greenhouse Webinar Series - Part 5

#5 Young Plants and Plant Growth Regulators: Saving time and Improving Quality

Time: 12:00 PM ET
  • ?Speaker: Chris Currey
  • Institution/organization: Iowa State University
  • ?Description: Growing high quality seedling plugs and rooted-cutting can be a challenge for any grower. While plant growth regulators (PGRs) are commonly used when finishing containerized greenhouse crops, they can also be used for young plant production. From enhancing rooting and branching to improving postharvest quality and appearance, PGRs can help save labor and improve quality. This session will provide an overview of how you can use PGRs to your advantage when producing young plants.

December 16, 2020 - Virtual Event

Northeast Greenhouse Webinar Series - Part 6

#6 Cleaning Surfaces in the Greenhouse

?Time: 12:00 PM ET
  • Speaker: Rosa Raudales
  • Institution/organization: University of Connecticut
  • ?Description: Surface sanitation is an important practice to prevent the spread of plant pathogens in greenhouses. Rosa will discuss a stepwise approach to clean surfaces, common active ingredients labeled for sanitation, and the importance of understanding surface physical properties. By the end of the presentation, attendees should have an understanding of best practices to effectively and safely clean surfaces inside the greenhouse.??

January 06 - 08, 2021 - Virtual Event

MANTS 2021 Virtual

MANTS 2021 will be held from January 6 – 8, 2021

January 20 - 22, 2021

2021 Tropical Plant International Expo (TPIE)

The Tropical Plant International Expo (TPIE) is THE trade event showcasing the latest trends in foliage, floral and tropicals in warm and inviting Tampa.

January 20-22, 2021

Tampa Convention Center



Tampa, FL

June 11 - 12, 2021

2020 FNGLA Annual Convention - RESCHEDULED

FNGLA has made the decision to postpone it's 2020 Annual Convention until June 11-12, 2021 when we will celebrate this past year along with the next.... The incredible St. Augustine location remains the same!
St. Augustine, FL

June 21 - 24, 2021

2021 GCA Summer Tour Boston

NOTE - 2020 Tour Postponed to 2021
Boston, MA

August 05 - 07, 2021

TNLA Nursery Landscape Expo 2021

Find Your Greatness 2021

EXPO Education’s all-star lineup of speakers provide sessions filled with industry-focused education topics helping participants walk away with new ideas and strategies impacting their businesses. The 2021 Nursery/Landscape EXPO offers 32 Breakout Sessions in our 2-Day Education Conference which is in addition to the two keynote presentations. The EXPO Education Conference provides over 120 CEU opportunities to help you achieve the ROI you deserve.  We have CEUs from 7 certification agencies.

 

Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center


San Antonio, TX