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if lawns were outlawed

Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by Ticolawnllc, Sep 5, 2012.

  1. Ticolawnllc

    Ticolawnllc LawnSite Senior Member
    from Wall NJ
    Messages: 424

    What would you do if lawns were outlawed? Eating a bullet is off the table. Could the maintenance industry survive doing weekly service on native landscapes. Or what market would you move in to.
  2. slowleak1

    slowleak1 LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 532

    Pressure washing obviously. Lol.
  3. Duekster

    Duekster LawnSite Fanatic
    from DFW, TX
    Messages: 7,961

    Yes! tree huggers respect weed pullers Just bid these kind of jobs high and explain how you are an expert at weed pulling.
  4. zechstoker

    zechstoker LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 975

    If I were to stay with the industry under such conditions, I'd be doing weed control full time.

    If I left the industry because lawns were outlawed, I'd probably go back to one of my previous professions full time.
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  5. JB1

    JB1 LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 5,904

    i've been looking into being a gigolo, seems like a fun job.
  6. greenbaylawns

    greenbaylawns LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 563

    Wait for a hail storm and start a roofing company.
  7. Ticolawnllc

    Ticolawnllc LawnSite Senior Member
    from Wall NJ
    Messages: 424

    I would go for invasive landscape pest specialist Maybe even ornamental tree and shrub care.
  8. JB1

    JB1 LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 5,904

    thats what everybody around here did.
  9. Mark Oomkes

    Mark Oomkes LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 15,235

    Only outlaws would have lawns.
  10. dregg

    dregg LawnSite Member
    Messages: 7

    Tree service would be a smart alternative. Everyone would then have "natural lots" with plenty of trees and shrubs.

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