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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by jimmyburg, Jan 22, 2008.
I found this in the commerical landscape thread.
Not much on the site. Lot of talk but no examples, pictures, or really anything other than what they say.
My company doesnt deal much with chemicals, but something tells me that if a chemical that can melt snow might not be good on your yard. There is bound to be some left over chemical in the system when you turn it on to water your yard after the winter. Or did i miss something?
yeah thats pretty boring. and i would have to agree that its gonna do some damage to the yard. if your customer has the money to spend it on that cr*p then they can pay you to go plow the yard. same stupid thing.