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Old 10-23-2013, 02:30 AM
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In My Area....northern IL....no one does this organic compost spreading.

And I don't think there are any....and if so....maybe one bark blower???? But I am not sure???

I am still working some bugs out and need to redo My Website to explain better to customers the advantages of an organic yard.

I feel the best is to have a "Bridge System"....where you use "organic processes" for about 90 to 95 % for Lawn Care. The other 5 to 10% would be weed control....where you either spot spray and or burn/torch weeds...then spread organic compost/reseed those areas.

Most customers don't mind the spot spraying of weeds.

But what I've seen so far....with Organics you will get some weeds....but most customer's don't mind....since they are helping out the earth by using less chemicals.

Here's the pictures of the extended ramps for loading the Ecolawn Spreader. I painted them red to see them a little bit better. And the two front tires have no problem riding up the ramps to the carrier with the extra length now.
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