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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by Cadzilla, Mar 25, 2013.
Or this industry?
With customers your a lawn care professional ,with your friends your squirt and fert.
Not at all. For those that ask, I describe myself as a lawn and landscape health management professional. Fert and squirt bears the connotation that I am a polluter.
Well if your putting down pesticides without fixing why they are there and what they are indicating about the lawn you are a Polluter. It ends up in your drinking water. I could go on but I don't need to.
Its just slang used on Lawnsite. No I would never put that on advertising pieces or use that term with a customer.
People wouldnt even know what it is anyways. Sounds like someone with the runs!
We are weed control and fertilization.
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Ditto, that. Don't confuse your customers and potential customers
Fert and squirt, splash and dash..those are terms to mock your competitors as unskilled, unprofessional and unprepared to provide quality service. I would never use those terms, even with friends, to describe anything we offer as the idea would carry out and away. Use them as a derogatory.
Grandview said it best!!