Whats Up DELAWARE?

Discussion in 'Network: North' started by closecuts, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. johnclark023

    johnclark023 LawnSite Member
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    Yep
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  2. retxab

    retxab LawnSite Member
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    Need help setting up tank for. Act
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  3. retxab

    retxab LawnSite Member
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    What products are you using. John
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  4. johnclark023

    johnclark023 LawnSite Member
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    Organic ferts. Variation of control products. Newest for this season is Acelepryn. Great grub control product. Used mainly on properties with known or heavy grub issues. What kind of products you looking to use?
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  5. retxab

    retxab LawnSite Member
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    Ever heard of holganix
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  6. johnclark023

    johnclark023 LawnSite Member
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    Just started reading up on that about 2 weeks ago. Id be curious about the "organic solution" they use. They are using a 100% organic system but have many synthetic control products. Im not against that because so do we but if tour looking for 100% that's not the program id choose. You just looking for feet or a program to use?
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  7. retxab

    retxab LawnSite Member
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    I actually had a one on one meeting with owner and seen results
    With his program but open to suggestions
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  8. johnclark023

    johnclark023 LawnSite Member
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    Get mine from naturalawn. Proprietary product, great results. Check out their website. They have info their and they are local. They are also an organic fert company in this area too
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  9. retxab

    retxab LawnSite Member
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    What and where do you buy your
    control products. Don't have license yet
    Trying to get this off the ground as
    Economical as possible. Have you seen the
    Control products holganix uses in the
    program esp. Strike 3 and do you need a license
    For these products. Because the profit margin
    looks good. Because you use only a third amount
    On control
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  10. johnclark023

    johnclark023 LawnSite Member
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    Have used merit and strike 3. Anything you use to control outside of personal use you'll need a license for. John deers lesco on route 72 is where I get my products. I wouldnt suggest using someones premade program. You'll need to customize and adapt depending on the lawn. #1 recommendation is SOIL TEST. KNow what your working with or against. Check out lesco.com and check out insecticides. Then maybe talk to them about what's out there and what's been working best for people this year. I wouldn't take everything they tell u as gospel but they interact with all types and get tons of product feedback.
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