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Old 11-18-2007, 08:21 PM
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Location: Jacksonville,FL.
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Originally Posted by mkroher View Post
If you apply ANY pesticide commercially. Commerically means that you are for hire. If you go to Lowes, buy a jug of weed killer off the shelf for $15, go home and mix it, drive down the street and spray Mrs. Jone's dandelions, you need a license. That goes for non restricted use pesticides. Even round-up! If you want to spray weeds growing along the curb for a customer.. YOU NEED A LICENSE!

How` about if you recommend to Mrs Jones a fertilize brand and if they go buy it themselves you spread it for them and charge the labor for application only, is it legal?
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