OK, I have found many traitors in my organic customers. What I don't get is how they expect me to not notice, I am a lawn care company, it is my job to notice changes in your lawn! It's like your kid stealing a cookie, and when you ask, they can barely say no because their mouth is so full their cheeks are poking out. Here's the scoop, Apparently my organic fertilizer is not fast enough at making the deep green that the customers are looking for. I knew this was going to be an issue. I am kind of torn on what to think. On one hand, they didn't drop me and go back to traditional, on the other hand, they are putting chemicals on the lawn and not telling me, I don't want to mess anything up and it's screwing with my results. I can no longer see how my products are doing because I don't know if the customer put their own chems down or not. Do a lot of you guys deal with this? I can't tell them not to put fertilizer on their lawn, it's their lawn, they can do what the want. There is one lawn though, on one side of the driveway it is apparent that the house next door is using a traditional fert. I think they are doing it themselves, you know the usual grows 5' a week and a really dark green. But the other side, there is a driveway cutting it off, it is still the same dark green but the grass isn't taking off. Is that my ferts or is it just a fluke, and the fact that the lawn itself is only a year or so old? It is looking great though. If the customer would just ask I would not have a problem putting down a traditional fert. That is why it is a "Hybrid" program. I don't know, it is just a little frustrating.