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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by Novaowner, Feb 20, 2007.
Is a license or certification required for fertilizer application in Tennessee?
I don't know about Tennessee but here in Virginia we need a permit to apply fertilizer and lime. The state issues it. Contact the Tennessee Agriculture Department and they will let you know what you need.
Thats right it is 50 dollars.
Like mentioned above, check your states laws. In some states you do not need a license to apply fertilizer only. Anything other then fertilizer (weed killer, pesticides, etc.) ... you will need a license.
no lisense here in oregon.
just remember that some fertilizers carry weed killers in them and weed killers are considered a pesticide
you only need lisence if you get caught
You better have a license if you get caught. The fine is in the thousands.
They got a guy in Houston a few years back the fine was in the thousands.I will only put down straight fert which is legal here.