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Old 04-17-2013, 11:09 PM
frameslawn frameslawn is offline
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New in the Pesticide Business

I been in the lawn care business for going on 10 years and just got my pesticide license and looking into buying some spraying equipment. I'm looking into something for the back of a pickup truck and possibly a rider that spreads and sprays. Where is the best place to buy this kind of equipment and what should I get and what should I stay away from.

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Old 04-21-2013, 07:49 PM
MalasHierbas MalasHierbas is offline
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get a gemplers catalog. you need signs, PPE, hoses, tanks, spray guns, flags before chemical. lesco/john deer is a start with chem until you establish good contacts at other companies for cheaper products. l.t. rich for z spray ride on and tractor supply for truck tanks. just trying to give you a basic idea to start out hope it helps put a couple ideas in your head. good luck
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