Let me start by saying I don't want to start anything with you guys, you get fine results from your products and I'm not knocking that at all. I just don't want to get licensed so I don't use the products. Plus I'm in kind of a hippie place so there is a great market for the organics. I'm trying to be careful not to break the law using my organic stuff. A couple of HOAs where I do work told everyone not to use synthetic fertilizers because we have a serious problem with phosphorous in our lakes. All these homeowners approached me, their mowing guy, about starting an organic fertilizer service. I told them the best I could do was apply soil amendments. I topdressed about a dozen of these with compost and overseeded last season. That is all they got for nitrogen all season but they looked as good as any other lawn all season. I'm sure they will start to decline if they don't get something this spring, but it is too expensive and too much work to topdress every year. So I want to start using other organic products than compost. Are you guys knowledgeable about how organic products are regulated. Specifically are products like mycorhyzae or "beneficial microbes" or micronutrients considered fertilizer and the applicator needs a certification or lisence to be using them. BTW I can refer fertilizing work to someone in my area.