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Old 03-02-2000, 11:38 PM
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Hi Chris. Here in Ohio you don't need a license to do normal landscaping, and lawn care work. If you plan on applying fertilizers, and other chemicals you would. Since the chemicals can pose health problems, the government wants you to be prove yourself competent in the proper application of these substances.<p>As far as getting a Contractor's License. The only benefit to having that would be the discount that you would get from vendors. You would be able to purchase supplies at wholesale prices. To obtain a Contractor's License, you could probably get one through your accountant. He could probably fill out the forms that have to be submitted for you (at a small fee). Good luck.<p>Victor
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