Originally Posted by jddriver6
The problem is I have licensed operators that spray the properties but weeds emerge in the interim and my clients pay alot for there lawn care and want me to keep track of things like that on a weekly basis. I've sprayed Atrazine but I know with the new EPA guidelines the concentrations have been reduced greatly. And Floratam is very sensative to most pre emerge and post emerge herbicides.
You are not licensed to spray lawns so the weeds are not your problem. By spraying without a license you not only take a change of killing a lawn or getting fined by the state. You are also stealing from those who are licensed by taking their work.
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