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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by Kevin V 67, Feb 21, 2007.
Is a license or certification required for dry fertilizer application in Illinois ?
yes you a license
Call the Illinois Agricultural Department to find out. It's different in every state. Some states it is ok do apply fertilizer but not ok to apply a fertilizer with a Pre-Emergent.
Don't know, good luck.
Thank you for the response I will keep checking in to this.
No you don't need one unless you spray liquids like fungicide, insectacide then you will need to go to the Dept of Ag and take the test to get a commercial applicators license.
(800)641-3934 Illinois dept of ag number. And i am almost positive if you earn money for the service.....you need a license. Doesn't matter if its fert or liquid weed control. If you are providing a service that money is paid in exchange for that service, then you need to be licensed. Call that number and they will give you testing sites and dates, also all the answers you need on illinois laws.
In Arkansas it's 40 hours of training & must be 18 years of age or older - for the liquids. None required for the dry.
getricn Thank you for the # to Illinois dept of ag talked to them and I found all the answers on the Illinois laws.