Last year, we had about 20 yards we were doing chemical apps on. I am a school teacher and I am in business with a golf course supt. We were mowing about 15 yards and doing these apps. Anyway, I decided to try to get out of education and go full time into lawn care doing mowing and chemical apps. We treat our lawns much like we treat the golf course. We have a seven app program that consists of granular pre-emerg, liquid herbicide/iron, insecticide, and fertility. All is granular except for the herbicide/iron treatment we do in April/early May. Very time consuming, now that we are up to 40 yards. We have a 300 gallon skid sprayer with 300' of hose for this. For our granular apps, I have JRCO spreader mounted on front of my eXmark. After pushing the spreader through acres of Zoysia with the support bar dragging in the turf, it would wear me out pretty fast. I used to dread pushing that spreader. Now that I have the JRCO, life is good this time around. I knocked out 25 yards of fertility (some large properties in that number....1-3 acres). Not bad considering two hours of it was probably travel time. We're pretty spread out here. We have backpacks, of course, and another 55 gallon tow sprayer with a 14 foot boom. My question is how do you guys get through the liquid apps fast enough that you don't kill yourself? I could handle 250 granular apps per month, no problem, by myself, but I'm just hesitant to go out and load on chemical apps because I don't know if I can keep up with the liquid side of it.