"Yes, definately there should be no confusion over licensing & qualifications. To spray a professional pesticide anywhere, or to spray an amateur pesticide on any land that you do not own or rent, requires a Certificate of Competence (eg, PA1 & PA6…"
""Gallup" glyphosate 360 is what I am using at the moment. Seems to last pretty well if left diluted in the sprayer. One 5 litre tub of concentrate lasts me all year as just letting weeds proliferate then loads of remedial spraying is bad practice"
"Was that advice taken from a post on LJN, if so let me know where I can/will follow it up to clarify?
If verbally, maybe some confusion as what was being asked / answered by either party existed ?
If I am wrong, I've totally misunderstood the need…"
"Thanks Gary RK,
Interestingly, the latest bit of advice we got on this subject, came direct from one of the professional suppliers of weed killers that comments on this site. Who knew that 'old wives' existed even there?
However... point most…"
"I can think of no exception of the PA1/PA6 etc licensing for ANY business where you are applying pesticides with a MAPP no. as part of service to a 3rd party - whether you are making a profit or not, nor charging or not.
The only loophole was…"
"We used roundup after explaining things to customers. You have a reply from weedcontrol and I can highly recommend them as we used their services when I was still fit and running my company. You could try a weed burner. We bought one from Amazon or…"
"I would like to add an additional question to Jame's...
We use Round-Up Provantage. We don't specifically do it for profit (though the cost is built into our service of course), and we only use a 7L pressure sprayer to apply it in accord with the…"
"This could easily be built using a soft style stock brick. You would roughly cut the brickwork to the shape required and then shape with plaster. For the corbels you can lay bricks sideways overlapping the main structure and then smooth out with…"
"yes that's not necessarily the way I would do it, I think these people didnt have a strimmer so they put the cloth over the vegetation which was 3 foot tall and pegged it down at the edges! After a few days all the grasses and weeds underneath…"