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Discussion in 'Fertilizer Application' started by joee0914, Dec 17, 2011.
and to the engineer the mug is twice as big as required.
how do i pay for a Trained Fertilizer Applicator? i dont see the link
I will say this about the new fertilizer law,
there is more coming,
I will wager anything that within the next couple of years
bagging grass will be unlawful in NJ.
It is mentioned in the training material several times
Would not surprise me its NJ after all
I'll bet you a couple of full mugs it's not reciprocal.
Just another "vent".
With all the "smart" people in Trenton( pesticide Control) and "Rutgers"
and all the wasted regulations, its the one they didnt write that erks me.
Why dont they have the Suppliers look for licenses when someone purchases
more than say 1 propertys worth of Product.
I was thinking this as I saw three Nice immigrants loading 50 bags of Pre-m
into a rust bucket old truck and trailer with PA plates at a local supplier
in Ocean County.
Yes I have seen them before, yes they only do it on the side , yes mostly Hasidics in Lakewood , No license, no nothing
but very easily stopped.
But WTF do I know.
wow got quiet around here,
Just FYI regarding this fert license,
Took a pesticide re certification course today,
68 people there,
8 knew of the license,
4 had the new license,
8 were from Pennsylvania,
which left 48 people that had no idea
and some had started already.
Does not surprise me, ignorance is bliss.....and probably more profitable too.....
yes it looks like 650 so far have passed the test
out of 4300 registered applicators