Alright guys I live in Indiana and I just passed my second of two pesticide exams. My final step is attending a two-day seminar at Purdue next month. After that I will be certified and a bit later, licensed. A commercial account I have is about 15,000 sq ft. and I'm really excited that I have a nice account to start out with. I'll be hitting my own yard first to get it all down though, lol. So, I will be starting out using granular form with a spreader. Two questions: 1. Is it a bad idea to start a 5-step fert/herbicide application program with Scott's products? Or would it be a better idea to get another brand from my local Co-op at a better price? 2. Pricing. Now I know that the variables are endless here, but let me give an example. A 45 lb. of Turf Builder with post emergent herbicide costs around $50 and covers 15,000 sq. ft. So, it costs me $3 of product per 1000 square feet. If I charged .03 a square foot, is that too much? I would make $30 every 1000 square foot. Too expensive, about right, or too cheap? Any help or wisdom is greatly appreciated! Thanks!