Perhaps it's difficult, without writing a book, to convey a proper perspective on how I view professionalism in this industry My intent was also to indirectly prevent damage to the poor customer he's gonna try that on -you know he will. A secondary thing to share with you is that another of my posts for this thread, I placed just enough information, maybe, for the guy to get scared off - as it could be too complex for him to apply himself to learn about the chemicals, or cool season/warm season grasses, Fertilizer app. rates, (Site Water Budgeting or Audits, etc., as any good lawn needs proper irrigation). the main point is That I do care about is the on-going damage to what were previously nice lawns by unlicensed and uneducated people who act like they are providing a service. Their behavior hurts all of us in business. Bottom line is just like this guy that wrote in here, they are creating watered weed patches because they don't know what they are doing either with fertilizer or their lack of knowledge. And, I hold the unsuspecting and/or uneducated customer also responsible for propagating guys like that -all to save a buck. We need to increase the public's perception of us as professionals -and the price for the cost of our service will go up.