The majority of our maintenance customers have their lawn fertilized/sprayed professionally. Unfortunately, less than half of them use us to do it. Next year that will change, since we'll no longer offer lawn cutting as a stand-alone service for residential customers. If we're gonna be the ones to cut it, then we're gonna be the ones to fertilize it. We anticipate that a number of customers (especially those without any program currently in place) will balk at "dangerous chemicals" being applied to their lawns. So we plan to offer an organic program for those that wish to avoid a traditional-type lawn program. I realize that many so-called organic programs are really that way in name only, but we don't want to lose customers by being too stubborn to offer them a choice. Certainly we can simply eliminate pesticides and herbicides, and offer maybe four different applications of fertilizer-only. But I'm hoping to hear from some of you who currently have customers on an organic program of some type. What are you putting down, and what are you're costs in comparison to a "regular" lawn program?