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Question about spraying Shore Area type properties

Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by Gman2310, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. Gman2310

    Gman2310 LawnSite Senior Member
    from NJ
    Messages: 332

    I am looking to add another service. I am looking into spraying rock landscapes for the types of homes you find at the shore. What do you guys spray and how many times a year. I am guessing around end of march a preemergent and then a post emergent a few months later. Any information would be helpful.
  2. jc1

    jc1 LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,061

    Pm sent your way.
  3. Smallaxe

    Smallaxe LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 10,082

    Since there is a pm in place ,,,the discussion is over...
  4. Duekster

    Duekster LawnSite Fanatic
    from DFW, TX
    Messages: 7,961

    I don't get that either. I know reluctance to share technical details but
  5. WestGaPineStraw

    WestGaPineStraw LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 765

    Aquaneat? What about aquatic license? Idk
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  6. RigglePLC

    RigglePLC LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 13,542

    Perhaps you should have a rock-cleaning service. Remove rocks--wash and dry them. Treat with pre-emergent, put down new landscape fabric, replace rocks. Maybe you could even apply a shiny wax to the rocks--and charge big bucks extra.
  7. Gman2310

    Gman2310 LawnSite Senior Member
    from NJ
    Messages: 332

    Ha, if this is something that i can do and make money at it, it would be a great idea! Not sure time wise it would be feasible though.

    I understand Jc1's private message to see if I was a competitor in his back yard that he was giving his trade secrets too and respect it. I am only researching this and seeing if this something we can do and be good at it. Our lawn fert program is growing at a pretty good rate so why not try and expand.

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