Hi, I need some help. I currently mow the lawn for a business that has TruGreen fertilize their lawn. The grass is thick and healthy with no weeds. Customer waters it frequently. This summer the grass grew so fast that we had to cut it every 4 days. Even cutting that often, it left clumps. I would like to propose to them that they allow us to treat their lawn next year. I believe TruGreen is over-fertilizing it. They put 4 or 5 applications on a year. We are near Chicago (to give you the climate type). Does this sound right? How many applications are really necessary for a healthy lawn to remain healthy? What should actually be applied? No we aren't currently licensed, but plan to be before next season. What should we say in a letter to the company proposing TruGreen is over doing it? They have 6.5 acres of grass. How much to charge for each application and how many would be necessary? By the way, yes we are more than happy to cut every 4 days, but we fear the expense will be too much and they might hire their own groundsman. Thus, losing a big account. Any help is greatly appreciated.