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Old 08-30-2012, 06:49 PM
Blueskeeter03 Blueskeeter03 is offline
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Looking to expand, need advice

Gentlemen, I'm a small lawn care company, 3 employees, looking to expand into the fertilizing and spraying business. 8 years of lawn care but very little knowledge in the other feild. I'll have certification license by Dec. I would all advice on starting small, best equipment, chemicals, fertilizer, wet or dry? In other words I am a green rookie in this field and would appreciate your advice. Thanks, Blue
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Old 08-31-2012, 10:00 AM
Smallaxe Smallaxe is offline
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The most important step is to not mess up... the second would be to look at better timing... around here there is so much pre-m covering the grass seed times that dormant seeding doesn't even have a chance... stupid, stupid, stupid... I tell clients to fire the uncooperative squirt&ferts if they want me to grow grass for them...
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