I have a new fertilizer customer who is very happy with my work at her home. I have applied 1 round of fert and have sprayed once and the property responded nicely. I got an e-mail from her stating that she is the property manager of a business in town and she would like me to take a look at the lawn and give her my suggestions. I went there today and measured up the lawn and inspected it. It is a rough weed filled lawn. It has just been cut over the years and that is really all they do to it. It is mostly weed content, clover, thistle dandelion, ect. Now I have been done with apps for about 2 weeks now as it is getting warmer and I am spraying esthers (speedzone). I know I could probably spray if the day is right but I have a major concern. The company that she manages is a wholesale FLORIST. I can imagine me spraying and then everything volitizing and drifting indoors. Its probably a longshot but it is something I don't like thinking about but have to address. My spray set-up is the Walker boom sprayer which will do a number on the weeds but I am in this quandry about the florist. So what would you tell her? I am thinking that I should offer to fertilize the place for the rest of the year and find out when the business is at a slow point. Possibly hit the fall crop of weeds and then see what happens in the spring. Tough call huh or is it something that I am making too much out of?