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Grades and Standards 2022, 6th Edition – Now in Effect
The Florida Department of Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry began the process of reviewing and updating the Florida Grades and Standards Manual in October 2019. Subcommittees with representative from the industry were formed for the tree and palm sections with the goal of reviewing and updating the 5th Edition that went into effect September 1, 2015. We are pleased to announce The Florida Grades and Standards for Nursery Plants 6th Edition is completed and now ready to be viewed and downloaded. The manual can be accessed at the Division of Plant Industry’s home page under Popular Links, Regulatory Hot Topics: Florida Grades and Standards for Nursery plants 2022. https://www.fdacs.gov/Divisions-Offices/Plant-Industry

The 6th Edition of the Florida Grades and Standards for Nursery Plants went into effect July 1, 2022.

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Florida ASLA Annual Conference and EXPO
Join us August 11-13th at the Sheraton Panama City Beach Golf and Spa Resort. Our 2022 conference theme is “Coast to Coast” to cover the range of challenges facing the state of Florida and our profession over recent years and into the future. Our profession has been challenged to respond to everything from climate change, social & economic issues, rising sea levels, resiliency and rebuilding through increasing storm impacts, master planning for rapid population growth, and environmental disasters from industrial development. Located in the panhandle for 2022, we have an opportunity to look at the impacts from Hurricane Michael and the response in the aftermath first hand, the rapid redevelopment and growth occurring in the panhandle and how other areas of Florida have responded to their own coastal impacts https://www.aslaflorida.org/2022_CoastToCoast
The Landscape Show
August 24-26, 2022, Wednesday – Friday at the Orange County Convention Center West Concourse. Join over 7000 attendees at the Southeast’s premier landscape and horticulture conference and trade event. The show will feature over 200,000 square feet of trees, shrubs, equipment, hardscape products, irrigation, production equipment, business services and garden center supplies and more from over 800 booth spaces. The Knowledge College, held in conjunction with The Landscape Show each year, offers programs geared towards garden center management, grower management, landscape design and landscape management. The TLS Knowledge College is the place where you can get the winning edge to become the best industry business you can be. Come visit us at Marshall Tree Farm booth # 1413. Register online, make hotel reservations and get complete details at https://www.thelandscapeshow.org/2022/public/mainhall.aspx
Trees On The Go Workshop
Join us Friday, December 2nd at Stewarts Tree Service in Brooksville, Florida for Trees On the GO!, a one-day educational program produced by the Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association. This year’s workshop will have a special focus on the new 2022 Florida Grades and Standards as well as selection, production, handling and successful installation of palms and trees. Trees on the GO!! has partnered with Roots Plus Growers (RPG) to provide a hands-on outdoor workshop focused on the importance of quality trees in the success of our landscapes and urban forests. Our cities are growing rapidly but, if armed with the proper real-world strategies, landscape professionals can play an integral part in creating beautiful tree canopies for years to come. Speakers include Dr. Ed Gilman, Dr. Ryan Klein, John Conroy, Michael Marshall and Randy Stewart. This program will be an outside workshop format with hands-on demonstrations, lunch is included. Space is limited to the first 120 registrants. Registration information will be available later this summer at https://www.fngla.org/

Grades and Standards 2022, 6th Edition – Now in Effect

The Florida Department of Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry began the process of reviewing and updating the Florida Grades and Standards Manual in October 2019. Subcommittees with representative from the industry were formed for the tree and palm sections with the goal of reviewing and updating the 5th Edition that went into effect September 1, 2015. We are pleased to announce The Florida Grades and Standards for Nursery Plants 6th Edition is completed and now ready to be viewed and downloaded. The manual can be accessed at the Division of Plant Industry’s home page under Popular Links, Regulatory Hot Topics: Florida Grades and Standards for Nursery plants 2022. https://www.fdacs.gov/Divisions-Offices/Plant-Industry

The 6th Edition of the Florida Grades and Standards for Nursery Plants went into effect July 1, 2022.
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Florida ASLA Annual Conference and EXPO

Join us August 11-13th at the Sheraton Panama City Beach Golf and Spa Resort. Our 2022 conference theme is “Coast to Coast” to cover the range of challenges facing the state of Florida and our profession over recent years and into the future. Our profession has been challenged to respond to everything from climate change, social & economic issues, rising sea levels, resiliency and rebuilding through increasing storm impacts, master planning for rapid population growth, and environmental disasters from industrial development. Located in the panhandle for 2022, we have an opportunity to look at the impacts from Hurricane Michael and the response in the aftermath first hand, the rapid redevelopment and growth occurring in the panhandle and how other areas of Florida have responded to their own coastal impacts https://www.aslaflorida.org/2022_CoastToCoast
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The Landscape Show

August 24-26, 2022, Wednesday – Friday at the Orange County Convention Center West Concourse. Join over 7000 attendees at the Southeast’s premier landscape and horticulture conference and trade event. The show will feature over 200,000 square feet of trees, shrubs, equipment, hardscape products, irrigation, production equipment, business services and garden center supplies and more from over 800 booth spaces. The Knowledge College, held in conjunction with The Landscape Show each year, offers programs geared towards garden center management, grower management, landscape design and landscape management. The TLS Knowledge College is the place where you can get the winning edge to become the best industry business you can be. Come visit us at Marshall Tree Farm booth # 1413. Register online, make hotel reservations and get complete details at https://www.thelandscapeshow.org/2022/public/mainhall.aspx
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Trees On The Go Workshop

Join us Friday, December 2nd at Stewarts Tree Service in Brooksville, Florida for Trees On the GO!, a one-day educational program produced by the Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association. This year’s workshop will have a special focus on the new 2022 Florida Grades and Standards as well as selection, production, handling and successful installation of palms and trees. Trees on the GO!! has partnered with Roots Plus Growers (RPG) to provide a hands-on outdoor workshop focused on the importance of quality trees in the success of our landscapes and urban forests. Our cities are growing rapidly but, if armed with the proper real-world strategies, landscape professionals can play an integral part in creating beautiful tree canopies for years to come. Speakers include Dr. Ed Gilman, Dr. Ryan Klein, John Conroy, Michael Marshall and Randy Stewart. This program will be an outside workshop format with hands-on demonstrations, lunch is included. Space is limited to the first 120 registrants. Registration information will be available later this summer at https://www.fngla.org/
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