Application rate form for customer?

Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by cleancutccl, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. cleancutccl

    cleancutccl LawnSite Senior Member
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    Anyone have a copy of a rate form to give to the customer after an application to tell them what was put done and at what rate?
     
  2. marko

    marko LawnSite Senior Member
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    Is this required by the state? or just a request from customer? In Iowa I would just put down a duplicate of the copy I kept for my records. Contained: common name of herbicide, tech name, size of yard, amount per 1,000 sf, amount of water mixed with per 1,000 sf application, temp, air speed, humidity, area treated. Sorry but I dont have a copy anymore as it was several years. I made this form special for the customer that recommended it because I did not want to have everyone asking for it.
     
  3. westwind

    westwind LawnSite Senior Member
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    cleancut, sent you a form to your e-mail. hope it helps. could'nt figure out how to post it. adobe file, anyone know how to post this and i will. :waving:
     
  4. cleancutccl

    cleancutccl LawnSite Senior Member
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    thanks westwind that form is just what I was looking for.
     
  5. kalyeah

    kalyeah LawnSite Member
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    Hey westwind, I don't know how to post it either, but was wondering if you could send me a copy of it? kalyeah@insightbb.com. Thank you. I appreciate it.
     
  6. Hamons

    Hamons LawnSite Senior Member
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    Cleancut -- look at the dept of ag for ks -- their are specific requirements for what has to be on your Statment of Service in KS -- Westwind will ahve differnt requirements.

    I wills end you mine later when I am in my office.
     
  7. westwind

    westwind LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 444

    hamons is correct, this form is just a guide, i would reccomend that you tailor it to you needs. minnesota requirements are pretty standard however you should always research you local laws. hope it helped. :)
     

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