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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by PurpHaze, Aug 7, 2006.
The only good Toro product is Ed Hunter's Stream Rotor.
Amen to that Mike!!!
Toro does a pretty good job for the golf courses of the world. I see a lot more of there products when I'm relaxing on sundays with a driver in my hand than I do when I'm on a residential job. Maybe it's different in other parts of the country. Kudos on the Ed Hunter reference.
maybe they such stick to Golf then, although around here Hunter is popping up on Golf too!!! (no pun intended)
Invent it, build it, sell it.
Being a camping buff myself, I couldn't resist after seeing your pic. Need some more greenery though. Enjoy !
Any place warner then here works for me!
This stupid puter of mine doesn't like doing pic attachments - sorry !
What kind of certification is required?
In most areas there is no certification required. Of course furthering your education and a line on your brochure that says your certified are all kudos. However, and I'm not sure there may be some certifications required in some cities and towns across the country but I'd bet they are few if any.