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ted putnam
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Jul 18, 2016 at 12:25 AM
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ted putnam

LawnSite Platinum Member, from Arkansas

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    1. Joshuakwhit
      Joshuakwhit
      Hey Ted,
      Do you ever spray UFlexx out of you z spray?
    2. georgialawn88
      georgialawn88
      ted, thanks for the response! I have a question do you treat alot of bermuda lawns? so you have a schedule down that you do this this time of year and this that time of year? thanks and if you have any advice i would love to hear it. thanks a ton.

      Thomas Robinson
    3. georgialawn88
      georgialawn88
      to fellow fireman, Hey thanks for responding to my post. So you are happy you are spraying lawns full time? how did you start? what are your tips and things i can do to get more business? is it as profitable as it looks or is there so many hidden cost im thinking way off? thanks again for your help more then you know!!
    4. twheat1
      twheat1
      Hey Ted Im The One That Has The Aeriator For Sale In Arkansas.Its A Turfco.Call Me For More Info On Unit.(501)765-2636.Leave A Message If No Answer Thanks
    5. Whitey4
      Whitey4
      Yo, Ted, how are ya? I'm still alive! Health issues (colon cancer) caused me to sell my biz, but I have a clean bill of health now and have gone into the next phase of my life, for lack of a better way to say it. I hope you are doing well.

      John
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    Location:
    Arkansas
    Services Your Company Provides:
    • Fertilization
    • Weed Control
    BBA Marketing-UCA. Started for Chemlawn in 1990.started on my own 10yrs ago

    Hunting ,Fishing, My kids

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    "The Poor Fish" circa 1930's: The Poor Fish wouldn't have been caught if he'd known enough to keep his fool mouth shut.

    "Opportunity is missed by most because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work"- Thomas Edison, businessman/inventor