Seminole and Orange Counties partner to offer education on fertilizer May 11th
June 1st starts Seminole and Orange Counties Fertilizer ordinance restricted periods for nitrogen and phosphorous fertilizers. Through the end of May select a 65% or more Slow Release Nitrogen (SRN) product. After June 1, select a summer blend, free of nitrogen and phosphorous to ensure that you protect our waterways, including our National treasure, the Wild & Scenic Wekiva River. Use an iron foliar spray or granular product with potassium to enhance the green color of turf or feed your flowering shrubs and trees.
The Fertilize Florida website has a treasure trove of information including a Summer Product List, which outlines appropriate products, funny and Award-Winning Public Service Announcement videos, a Fertilizer Calculator and more: www.FertilizeFlorida.com
Landscape professionals and residents are invited to join UF/IFAS Extension Seminole County for their FREE Fertilizing Effectively in Florida webinars that are open to all. Since this is a partnership webinar with Orange County, information about the new Orange County fertilizer ordinance will be covered in the class. After attending, landscapers and Seminole County residents will receive the following:
Landscapers holding a Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) license will receive TWO FREE Continuing Educations Units (CEUs)* for the following license categories:
Limited Urban Fertilizer
Limited Lawn & Ornamental
Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance
Commercial Lawn and Ornamental
TWO FREE CEUs* will also be available for Florida Nursery Growers and Landscapers Association (FNGLA) licensed landscapers.
Seminole County residents can receive a FREE bag of Florida-Friendly fertilizer*
May 11, 2022 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., register at
*CEUs and fertilizer are distributed to those that attend the entirety of the 2-hour class and complete the survey. CEUs will be emailed and you do not have to be a Seminole County resident to receive them; they are applicable to any landscaper with a state of Florida FDACS license in the mentioned categories. Fertilizer must b