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certified tech not applicator

bbpropmaint

LawnSite Member
Location
highland ny
i am a tech not certified applicator..this limits me to what i can and cannot use...can anyone tell me the best way for me to differentiate between products i can and cannot use...if it says danger on the label i know its off limits for a tech..otherwise am i okay??????i do not have a local lesco but planning to travel cani use products like dimensions as a tech?????
 

americanlawn

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
midwest
Not sure what the great state of New York (I respect your state big time)requires, but I have a good guess.....fertilizers are okay, but pesticides = you need to pass tests. Check out your local extension. Good luck, and thanks for what New York has done for me as well as this great Country. God bless.
 

indyturf

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Indy
If you are a tech you cannot work on your own. you must be employed by a licensed applicator.
 
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