I would like to get some opinions on Liquid versus Granular fertilizer. Pros and cons of each. I am considering a different approach for next year to optimize my time at each client. Right now I use granular fertilizer in one Lesco spreader, Insecticide (when needed) in another Lesco spreader, and Herbicide in Liquid form (other than pre-emergent) in a spray tank on a trailer. This makes for three trips around a lawn for certain customers. Obviously, applying everything in liquid form would be quicker, but there are reasons that I have not done it that way. One is supply and storage of liquid fert. The other is the slow release nature to the granular. Also, I like to have the Liquid Herbicide by itself so I can hit a particular area I little harder if needed without fear of fertilizer burn. However, I do not like making three trips over clients lawns. Also, some clients seem to think that liquid is somehow better (this stems mainly due to the fact that..."anyone can get granular fertilizer at the store, why should I pay a premium for your service). So anyone have a little insight? I have seen advertisements for ride-on spreaders with concentrated low volume sprayers, anyone try one of these. Also, spreader mounted sprayers.