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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by FertiLawn, Nov 11, 2004.
Can anyone tell me if you can purchase fertilizer from lesco before you are certified.
They are salesman first..............
No certification needed to apply fertilizer. However, they will sell anything that is not restricted use to anybody from homeowner to lco's.
don't know about where you are but in Indiana you do have to be certified to fertilize a lawn...unless its your own...if your charging for it, you gotta be certified and licensed.
yes you may buy fert from Lesco and things that are not registerd. at least i can in NY.
Thank you, I suppose he should check GA's laws before listenig to me.
Hamons, I was told that in Kansas if you are getting paid to apply anything to someones yard you must be certified. I actually got this information through a phone call from the state of Kansas threatening me with 1000.00 for each customer infraction.
kentucky is that way also. Anything applied even striaght fert.