Cultivate Your Landscape Skills!

Learn about landscape irrigation & low voltage lighting

Expand your knowledge on proper irrigation and low voltage lighting installations!

This 2 day class is provided for you at no cost thanks to a grant from USDA Rural Development. The class is taught by industry and extension professionals and covers the following:

Day 1 (AM) - Irrigation:

  • Basic irrigation design considerations.
  • Irrigation components and their use.
  • Basic troubleshooting.

Day 1 (PM) - Low Voltage Lighting:

  • Basic low voltage lighting design considerations.
  • Low Voltage Lighting components and their use.
  • Basic troubleshooting.

Day 2 - Ornamental and Turf Pest Control Exam Review

  • Basic turf and weed identification skills.
  • State of Alabama Regulations related to Professional Services in Alabama.
  • Requirements of pesticide safety and use.
  • Various types of weeds, diseases, and insects.
  • OTPS Exam Review Concepts.

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Class Located at Coffee County Farm Plex (9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. with lunch each day)

Thursday, Feb. 13th, 9am to Friday, Feb. 14th, 3:30pm

1055 East Mckinnon Street, New Brockton, AL, USA

To register, click on the button below. The program has no cost thanks to a grant by USDA Rural Development and equipment provided in part by Hunter and FX Luminaire, but registration is required to plan for lunch and materials. A minimum of 5 class registrations required by 2/11/20 for class to be held.

For More Information, Contact:

Anna-Marie Murphy at 334-844-3018 or

John Nabors at 334-703-3324

The program is a partnership of Alabama Extension, Alabama Green Industry Training Center Inc., Auburn University Department of Horticulture with association support by the Alabama Nursery and Landscape Association and the Alabama Turfgrass Association.

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (Alabama A&M University and Auburn University) is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Everyone is welcome!