Here is the deal. I do almost all landscaping. New Yard Installs, and plant installs. I come across quite a few people who need their yard fertilized, not to mention a few that need roundup before I sodded them. I need to start either subcontracting out the roundup, or I need to get my applicator's license. Here is my dilemia. I only need to be able to roundup a handfull a year. It would be cheaper to subcontract it out. But, I was thinking if I added the service, then people looking for someone to fertilize their yard, I could quote them a price and have a good chance of getting it since I just landscaped their yard. Does anyone do this. Can you make any money at fertilizing and the such with all of the costs involved, if you are only doing as a side item, and not agressively advertising it? I feel that I have enough going on in my small business already. But I am turning jobs down, that I could be getting, but at the same token, this may be a thorn in my side down the road, when I am working on a landscape project and have to go do a fertilization during the middle of it.