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Old 11-19-2007, 05:21 PM
mkroher mkroher is offline
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Originally Posted by TTPRODR View Post
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?
Nope. If it's a pesticide, it's NOT legal.

"Licensed Pesticide APPLICATOR" If you are APPLYING a pesticide, you need a license.

That's the law, whether you want to believe that there is a gray area as what constitutes needing a license (ie. spraying round-up in sidewalk cracks), explain it to the DEP inspector when you get stopped. Will you ever get stopped? Probably not. Does the DEP care you're spraying sidewalk cracks with round-up? Probably not. But you need a license to apply a pesticide commercially. That's a fact, not my opinion.

Last edited by mkroher; 11-19-2007 at 05:25 PM.
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