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Discussion in 'Network: Central' started by indianamower, Sep 1, 2003.
What do you guys charge for aerating here in Indiana? Also, do you need a license to fertilize here?
I don't aerate so I'll pass on that one.
You don't need any license to apply straight fertilizer, however anything with weed control you must have a pesticide license.
anyone have tix for the AFC Championship by chance rossc_83 at yahoo
Not sure what you are treating with, but AFAIK, there is nothing yet that is fully proven to prevent EAB. Merit is about the only hope, but unless it's changed in the last year or two, it's not labeled for it...
Oh, BTW, any other comments you have on the Expo, feel free to post them. I sorta have a direct line to a board member of the INLA!
I'm here in Boonville (Warrick Co.) Way down south in Indiana.
Sure do wish we would get some SNOW & wind. It would give me something to do.
maybe a little freezing rain also! finaly cought up with this mess from monday.
anybody looking to sub out fert/weed control on the west side of indy/brownsburg/avon/plainfield? i'm fully insured and licensed
I'm just getting started in in Hendricks Cty Indy (west) as well. Full Time Fedex courrier by day but I get off early afternoon.
Just a FYI/heads-up for all you applicators:
OISC is visiting businesses! We had a visit on Wednesday- just a routine "check-in", no investigation or complaints, but still enough to make you worry.
MAKE SURE YOU (AND YOUR EMPLOYEES) ARE LICENSED!!!!