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Discussion in 'Fertilizer Application' started by joee0914, Dec 17, 2011.
I did that too, you just don't know who or when somebody's going to see it.
lol. They care about how the lawn look. They don't care about what we have to do to stay in business.
I get what you're saying. We need to inform the public. How to do that is a great question.
Ad in the press. It would even let the townships know we're expecting them to uphold their end of this legislation. In other words, when we let you know someone's not complying, what are YOU going to do about it?
Don't mind my Sunday morning rant, I'm just looking at the eventual NINE licenses that will have to be instated prior to me starting a season. Oh yeah, and let's not forget about that insurance!!!
Relax guys, the Jersey Giants won the Super Bowl!!!!!
That was easy. Just sarcasm.
The University has not returned the email with payment instructions as of yet. Will post the day they do, and the test can begin.
Got Poultry Manure??? If you do and have lobbied real hard the last 10 years.....You may just be in the top 1% of the nations rich.
And OUR waterways will STILL be polluted from N and P. Chicken Poop has lot's of Phos.......
Soon the Farmer won't be using P either. Plant growth will come to a halt. No food for you.
You may be closer to the truth than most realize
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Maximum P allowed from "manipulated animal manures" is .25lb/1000. Biosolids are exempt from restrictions.
Man you had me pulling my hair out. lol
Thats one way of looking at this..............What about all the other loops?
Whoops........... not my intention Tico.