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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by humble1, Jan 2, 2008.
Just wondering who you use for printing, lawn posting, door hangers, door nob bags, postcards etc.
I buy my flags through A.M. Leonard. I have my door hangers done locally and I haven't done the door knob bags but one of these companies advertising in the margin on this web site offers the poly bags pretty cheap. I will probably do that this year.
RND signs, give 'em a call and talk to Joel. I've ordered from them for a couple years and been happy with the quality. One warning, order early. They have a different understanding of time, 4-6 of their weeks seems to equal 8-10 of our weeks.
BTW- they are a sponsor here, their link is at the right.
Here is a pic. of my posting sign, front and back, it is 6"x6" full color front, 2 color back.
i like the front did you design that or did they?
The wife did it. But they'll do one for you, they have several templates.
Flags - Gempler's.
RND signs. New MI regulation for fert apps-everybody has same caution sign only. No company names or advertising. Government takes all the fun out of everything!
Humble1, Lawntamer does have a nice sign, but in Massachusetts you need to post the state required yellow sign with black print.
we use blackburn. I think they are also a sponsor here (or maybe I'm thinking of another message board?)
anyway, any of the companies mentioned so far in this post will know what you need to have and be legal in MA