there is a post on here that say's " i have a license now what" i did't read this post yet so don't string me up yet. see in michigan you need to be certified for 2 years to get a business license for applying pesticides or you can be registered and work under someone who has the 2 years experiance. is it like this in other states. there is something that bothers me about an 18 year old that just goes to take a test an whala PESTICIDE COMPANY. we all now this is where the dough is so this is what will attract younger people. but there is just to much room for error. it's not a competition thing but more of a safety factor. i have a boxer that we show and i have a really hard time using any type of insecticide knowing in the back of my mind that this could effect my dog. i look at it with my dog but what if it was my kid. the books are great dont get me wrong but ojt is where the real knowledge is, and a person getting into our field just for the money may not look at the big picture when it comes to the safety and serenity of your family or mine. what are the rules and reg's in your states.