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Discussion in 'Network: South' started by TurfGuyTX, Mar 18, 2003.
Hey lawn tech. Im in Kafman County too.
i bought a 2007 F250 XLT with the 5.4., long bed. so far its working out great.
Good looking truck. Should serve you quite well. The color makes me miss my old blue F-150.
Fantastic looking truck!!
I think we're planning on moving into the Flower Mound / Lewisville market here in the next few weeks. Got something special planned if all goes well.
We already do an HOA there that takes a whole day, looking at trying to capture the irrigation repair market in Lewsville, FM now.
Well welcome to the area. I love working in the FM/Lewisville area. Driving around the area is pretty quick.
I am looking into a commercial applicators lic. so i can spray weeds. i know there are three tests...blah blah. i need to know if i need to be associated with a pesticide co. or something like that? anybody know anything? or can any joe blow mowing service apply and get the lic.?
You mean move move? Or branch out?? I know you just built a nice house...
Morningside, do a yahoo search for Texas Department of Agriculture. The website will have options to apply for license etc. Start there.
I can tell you from experience that it is not cheap.
You must register your business with TDA as a chemical business, obtain the applicator license, pay for the nursery/floral certificate, plus pay for and attend a continuing education class once per year.
The list above is why there are so many companies and individuals spraying illegally.
thanks Hoots, i stayed up late and found out about all the things you mentioned. now i am looking for some used "manuals" to study from. the floral lic. makes no sense to me. i buy floral wholesale with my sales and use permit. i have never been asked for a "floral lic"