President Nicholas Hernandez, a Indian River State College graduate with a degree in Business/Horticulture, established Florida’s Eden Incorporated with a strong passion for providing high-quality and innovative agronomic services to his clients.
Florida’s Eden Company Profile:
Florida’s Eden offers agronomics for residential, schools, commercial, government, utilities, and railroad organizations. Our services range from insecticide applications to vegetation management to more ethical and safer forms of fertilizer applications.
Areas of Expertise
- Licensed by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (DACAS) as a certified operator in the field of lawn and ornamental.
- Licensed from the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (DACAS) as a certified operator in fertilizer application.
- Certificate of training from the University of Florida and the Institute of food and agricultural services (IFAS) in best Management Practices and Florida Green Industries.
- Licensed from United Safety Council in the maintenance of traffic and meet Florida Department of Transportation requirements.
- Indian River State College earning a degree in Business
- Studying with doctors in plant pathology, horticulture, entomology, and botany.
Florida’s Eden takes pride in adequately applying chemicals safely and efficiently. We strive to prevent waste material such as pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizer from being dispensed on non-targeted sights. Stormwater pollutants are a big problem in Florida, and preserving our waterways and wildlife is important to our ecosystem. That’s why we constantly find better ways to apply the necessary nutrients to all of our properties. Trunk injecting, post-growth regulators, and disposal of chemicals are just some of the ways we have done above what EPA and DACAS require from our company.
Florida’s Eden requires CEUs (continuing education units) that are recognized by DACAS and EPA. This is a mandatory requirement to keep the licensing operational. These classes inform us of new and invasive pests introduced to Florida, such as white fly, all nematodes, turf grass diseases, and palm tree pathology.
For more information about Florida’s Eden, to inquire about services, or to schedule an appointment to receive a quote, please visit our Contact Information page.