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Kansas City!!!!

Discussion in 'Network: Central' started by Hamons, Mar 7, 2003.

  1. ffemtmcd

    ffemtmcd LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 532

    Got my last leaf clean up done!! Guess I'm done til spring. Except for pounding the pavement for jobs next season.
     
  2. paolaken

    paolaken LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 699

    I'm already tired of the cold and the dusting of snow we got. must be old age kicking in, I don't care if I puh snow at all this year.
     
  3. allaroundguys

    allaroundguys LawnSite Member
    from kcmo
    Posts: 56

    We are the all around guys. we are going into year 2. Always have room for more work if you have to much. Ready for March already.
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  4. bandbmowing

    bandbmowing LawnSite Member
    Posts: 25

    I am looking for a new tax accountant this year. Do you all have any good recommendations?
     
  5. Crimson Lawn

    Crimson Lawn LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 319

    McCanns bookeeping in Liberty.
    Great Work!!
     
  6. allaroundguys

    allaroundguys LawnSite Member
    from kcmo
    Posts: 56

    I've got a guy that's great. he is from kc but is in the houston area. can get his # if you would like. I believe his site is studentloancpa.com or just Google that and should be able to find him.
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  7. MXHalofan

    MXHalofan LawnSite Member
    Posts: 86

    Hi guys, need someone to do sprays for me in LS this season. Anyone here sub this out?
     
  8. MXHalofan

    MXHalofan LawnSite Member
    Posts: 86

    Need some advice about offering fertilizer and weed control to my mowing clients. I don't know what the industry norm is for basic treatments. I understand the fertilizer and pre emergent side. How you handle the post emergent side is what I need advice about. If anyone subs out sprays and can help me figure out what the customer expects, that would be nice. Also, I need someone to do the sprays.

    Do people just sell the fertilizer treatments side, then spray the broadleaf weeds for free and included in a yearly package? Or is there usually an upcharge? I have some mowing clients who will definitely need two sprays this spring. Gotta figure this out quick. I believe the treatment companies are contacting my mowing clients now
     
  9. Above Par Lawns

    Above Par Lawns LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 512

    I told you I'd help you with all that... What happened? You obviously have no knowledge about application rates, etc. I wouldn't be applying fert if I was you.
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  10. MXHalofan

    MXHalofan LawnSite Member
    Posts: 86

    LOL you again? I told you I didn't want to deal with you because you were responding to my post of looking for someone to do my sprays, yet you told me you didn't as yet have a sprayer. I'm not looking for a novice. Way too easy to see that you don't have what it takes.
     

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