Alabama Extension Hosts Pesticide Applicator University

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Alabama Cooperative Extension System at Auburn University along with the Alabama Green Industry Training Center, and the Alabama Pesticide Safety Education Program

are proud to host the Second Annual

"Pesticide Applicators University". The event will be held Wednesday, October 26 and Thursday, October 27, 2016. h

This training event will be a two day event that covers the following confirmed pesticide applicator categories:

Ornamental Turf & Pest Control (OTPS/OTPC), Household and Industrial Pest Control (HPC/IIHC), and Aquatic /Mosquito

(AQ) tracks.

CEU points available for Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina and Mississippi at this time

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