I have been reading about organic lawn care for about a year now. My personal lawn is the greenest and nicest on my block. I have not put down a single chemical fertilizer since I moved in almost 2 years ago. I run a small "lawn & landscape maintenance" company and I was wondering how difficult it would be to sell my customers and pick up future customers by expanding my services to include "organic lawn care". With the big rush to go green and all the organic foods out there it makes sense that there is a huge market out there that sees the value in this servic and fortunately... this crowd seems to be find paying $8 for a gallon of organic milk versus the 3.50 regular milk... so it goes to reason that they wouldn't think twice about paying a little extra for organic lawn care as well... I haven't contacted my local extention office but I have read conflicting statements on this board. From what I understand you do NOT need an applicators license to drop feed CGM or SBM but you DO need the applicators license when you start spraying and such... is this correct? Are there any other guidelines restricting someone like myself from getting started? EPA restrictions or tough "organic" statement usage? Anything like that? Or is it for simplicity sake after gaining the knowledge as simple as advertising organic services and servicing the customers? Thanks in advance for any input here.