a friend of mine started a lawn/landscape business. it's split between him and a younger guy(like 21 yrs old). my friend bill is experienced in retaining wall/landscape, and the young kid has no experience at all. he taught the kid how to mow, edge, etc. he caught on very fast. whatever thier arrangement is, is not the point here. the kid cuts alone. my friend introduced me to him, and i like him. he's young, full of energy, very respectful, keeps his mouth shut and his ears open . he works hard, and catches on to things real fast. we both work in the same areas. we run into eachother often, and we chat. i help him somewhat, i will NOT answer any of his questions reguarding pesticides, but tell him he can sub off me if he likes. i do answer minor questions about stupid things like cutting height etc. i AM teaching him collection methods , you know simple stuff like how to swing a shovel, etc, cus i think that could benefit us all. i thought about telling him about lawnsite. but i never did. i think lawnsite is the greatest learning tool a young motivated kid could have, and since we both work in the same areas, i decided it's not in my best interest to tell him. am i wrong?