I'm developing organic-based fertilizer products. Poultry manure or mushroom compost-based (minimum 50%), fortified with urea, ammonium sulfate, methylene urea, phosphate, sulfate of potash, potash, iron sulfate and impregnated with several strains of bacillus bacteria, and/or mycorrhizal fungi along with various "bio-stimulants": many possibilities. Located east-central Illinois, I've found several local LCOs with some interest, but many only look at price and compare directly to Lesco or similar brands. I am attempting to locate LCOs willing to assist in product development and marketing. Wally-World sells organic produce for a reason: to satisify consumer demand and to make a buck. If it works for them, it can work for you. Surely a few of your customers are willing to examine alternative lawn care products. There is opportunity for a more "natural" or "organic" lawn care service, it just needs to be worked. Any ideas, comments or interest?