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Florida Pesticide Licensing & CEUs

For specific pesticide license information see below. Each link provides details on obtaining and renewing a specific certification. Included are details about any necessary study manuals, study guides (if any), and the costs of the testing and renewal.

Limited Lawn & Ornamental; License needed for those who apply pesticides to government or business owned properties.

Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance; License needed for those who apply pesticides in plant beds and shrubs on customer's properties.

For information and registration, visit the link:

Where can you find CEU classes?

Sumter County Extension and surrounding counties have multiple opportunities for convenient Continuing Education Units (CEUs):

Can you take CEU courses online?

Do you need a pesticide certification or license?

The State of Florida requires that most professionals that apply pesticides as part of their job be certified to legally apply ANY pesticides (even Round-Up). Who must be certified and the type of certification required depends on the type of chemicals used, the site of application and the role of the applicator.

How do you renew your license?

Re-certification is required before a license can be renewed. This can be accomplished by either:

  1. Re-testing
  2. Accumulating the required number of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) prior to the expiration date.



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