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Dates Set For 23rd Annual University of Florida School of Fumigation

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The University of Florida’s Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center will be hosting the 23rd Annual University of Florida School of Fumigation Nov. 15-19, 2010. The exam takes place on Nov. 20.

| July 26, 2010

The University of Florida’s Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center will be hosting the 23rd Annual University of Florida School of Fumigation Nov. 15-19, 2010. The exam takes place on Nov. 20.

The UF School of Structural Fumigation is the only program of its kind in the world.  The passing rate for the State of Florida certification and SPID exam greatly exceeds that of the standard exam venue.  Since 1989 over 850 students have attended this program from Florida, 17 other states and from 19 countries.

Online registration opens Aug. 15 for Florida residents and companies at http://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/fumigation/

For further information contact Dr. Bill Kern at 954-577-6329 or Dr. Rudi Scheffrahn at 954-577-6312.

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