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Discussion in 'Network: Central' started by casey humphrey, Mar 26, 2008.
so whats the skinny on organics?
License probable good idea?
Organic also. You also need a liscence if you spread seeds since most of them have some kind of chemical applied to the seed shell. They would probably want you to have a liscence even if you just peed on the lawn.
Good to know, thanks
you need a license. however the dept of ag is way to lax on inforceing it. only 40 citations in anoka county since 1970.