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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by 12Valve, Oct 9, 2009.
Thanks DJ for getting the conversation back on track. Pine straw is everywhere in Georgia
Excuse my ignorance, What do you use the pine straw for down south ? Mulch ?
Yes sir. Look at these...
get over it... i meant what I said and I said what I meant. The MEXICANS... not brazilians, hatians, guatemalans, or south americans.... MEXICANS... not americans, germans, french, or italians... MEXICANS ride around here in my locale selling bales of pinestraw for $3/bale... could there be other races that do it... sure... but here... primarily.... MEXICANS... thanks.... back on topic... you get what you pay for!!!
dude, get over yourself. i am half MEXICAN too and i don't take offense to that he was talking about a race of people. now if he would a said wet-backs, he still woulda have been talking about the same race, that would have been derogatory, but i still would have not taken offense. i know what you are saying about the mexicans. they tear up the market here too. but i have been getting a lot of customers due to the fact that a white boy is knocking on their door and can speak english. vince
Well if you are talking about the average $2 red mulch bags (2cu ft) then that is pretty good price. because double the purchase price for delivery installation is normal. and yes... VOLUME
I wouldn't use pine needles for anything...except azaleas. Even then the breakdown rate would not be of much use before next season...Any thoughts?
Nice avitar Brother!
There are products available to help preserve the pine staw.
And if a finicky customer insists that you pick the sticks out of it you're going to be there awhile.