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Show Hours:

Wednesday, August 25:   9 am – 5 pm

Thursday, August 26:      9 am – 5 pm

Friday, August 27:    9 am – 2 pm


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Strategies to manage weedy and invasive emergent plants

Stephen Enloe, Ph.D.
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL


Overview: Many aquatic managers struggle with invasive plants. This presentation will discuss strategies, tools, and techniques for controlling invasive plants such as torpedograss, Peruvian waterprimrose, Old World climbing fern, and wild taro and native nuisance plants such as cattails.

Speaker Bio: Stephen Enloe’s research focus is terrestrial and aquatic invasive plant biology, ecology, and management. Like his predecessor Dr. Ken Langeland, he is very interested in both developing new methods and refining existing treatment methods that maximize invasive plant control and minimize non target impacts. His Invasive Plant Extension program covers a number of very diverse audiences within the state, including State and Federal Agencies, commercial and private applicators, pond and land managers, and the general public.

CEUs:  This session is eligible for 1 FDACS Aquatic Pesticide Applicators License CEU and/or 1.5 FNGLA Certified Professional CEUs.

When: 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Thursday, August 26, 2021

Cost: Pre-Registration: $50 | On Site: $75