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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by pjslawncare/landscap, Mar 28, 2008.
Just gassed up the equipment and blew $184.75!!
Makes you want to rethink a reel mower... or two..
Hopefully now the guys doing the $18-$20 cuts on lawns that should be $35-$40 will finally get weeded out.
I hope so. It would be a nice payback to see them go.
nope just lost 2 full service $200.00 a month accounts to a $30.00 a week guy 10,000 -12000 sq ft yards, ton of trimming of shrubs and fert..i will say scabs are down by at least 30% in my area but the guys that use to be 20-25 for 35-40 lawns are learning
There were too many to count down here last year. We average 28 inches of rain a year, last year we had 62" from Jan. to Aug. Since we've only had 4". Let's see how well they do now.
I don't know the rules and regs in other states, but in Texas you have to have an applicators license to apply herbicides if you're getting paid. It might be a way to cut down on some of these fly by night guys if the authorities were involved.