I was doing some apps today and the other, there are only two of us, organic-based company in town was also making an app down the street. I wandered what he was putting down though, he was using a lesco spreader and it looked like synthetic ferts, difinitely granular and was going down at the app my synthetics go down, but I wasn't sure. I was originally under the impression that they were fully organic but got home and found that they were organic-based. Or that they had the option. It is a franchise so I am certain he is having to follow their rules and procedures. As I left the neighborhood I went by his two lawns and they were both a good green. Do you think it was a traditional fert he was putting down or have they found the secret granular formula to use? I think it was traditional. Unless it was a bridge product. Their site says that certain dealers(?) have the organics option. So that makes me think they are actually more traditional than they are organic. One day I plan on dropping all my traditional and going straight organic. Especially with this drought coming back again, every time I make a traditional treatment, and I don't make many, I picture myself begging the customer to let me do organics instead. I just hate the idea of putting the chems on the lawn with the stresses they are under.