I posted this over here because I figured I would get a faster response. Is it a law that if you apply chemicals to a lawn that you post a sign in the yard warning the homeowners, AND THE YARD BOY, that there has been an application made? I know of one company in my town that does and one doesn't. My wife and I got "EAT UP"(southern terminology) last year by a fungicide that had been applied to a yard. We had no idea it was there until our skin and eyes felt like pepper spray had been shot on us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This was a very painful experience and rinsing it off didn't work. About 4 hrs later we quit burning, I almost went to the E.R. because my eyes were in severe pain. Today we were at one of our residentials and the homeowner came out and told us that the chem. company had just sprayed. If she hadn't told us I would have mowed it. I mowed a commercaial account the other day and half way through it I smelled the stuff. Luckily it wasn't that "killer" fungicide but a pre-em that they had put out. For those of you who apply, do you leave a warning sign, if not please consider doing so. I don't want to run into that mess again and I don't think anyone else would either.