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  1. Pesticide & Herbicide Application
    There seems to be a lot of confusion as to whether or not you can apply Roundup to a part of a customers landscape without obtaining a pesticide applicators license. These restrictive laws, on a national level, and in some states ( in my case PA), solely apply to RUPs (Restricted Use...
  2. Pesticide & Herbicide Application
    With all of the recent news stirred up over Glyphosate I've actually begun to worry about it making contact with our skin during application, etc. I've started carrying wet wipes, paper towels, water to wash off with.. but, PPE is the only real safe measure with this and other chems. Have any...
  3. Network: South
    Hey guys, New here and I will be installing sod to address around 1000 sq of lawn that is overtaken by crabgrass and weeds. I am getting St Augustine Seville 2 pallets and plan to get a sod cutter to take out weeds and existing grass. Question is should I spray roundup to kill all existing...
  4. Turf Renovation
    Okay you are called to seed an area that was bare in the spring and crabgrass filled it in. So, how do YOU handle this situation ??? :) Due to that the crabgrass will die soon. Do you seed into the crab and run a thatcher over it ??? Do you apply a Gly to kill what is there then seed ?? Do...
  5. Pesticide & Herbicide Application
    I heard a rumor that glyphosate could be sprayed over the top of new seed, and not damage the seed germination. Actually I used Razor Burn by Nufarm, which contains 41 percent glyphosate and 2 percent diquat. http://www.cdms.net/LDat/ld79J000.pdf My test showed that the Razor Burn herbicide...
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