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Talking to lads around country they are quite patchy can't complain got 7 booked in. For morning I will be making hay while the sun shines hope it picks up for you soon

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I did neck end of 60 last week, 8 yesterday, 7 today, have 5 booked in for tomorrow, trouble is i have no time for anything else, i have a load of balsam to spray but everytime i have to go spraying it is too wet or too windy, but should not complain as a lot of customers want to part with notes.

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For those of you using professional aerosols how do you go about getting rid of them? - there considered as hazardous waste being that they are aerosols?

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I did neck end of 60 last week, 8 yesterday, 7 today, have 5 booked in for tomorrow, trouble is i have no time for anything else, i have a load of balsam to spray but everytime i have to go spraying it is too wet or too windy, but should not complain as a lot of customers want to part with notes.

Get yourself set up with a stem injector then you won't be tied to weather conditions.

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I did neck end of 60 last week, 8 yesterday, 7 today, have 5 booked in for tomorrow, trouble is i have no time for anything else, i have a load of balsam to spray but everytime i have to go spraying it is too wet or too windy, but should not complain as a lot of customers want to part with notes.

Get yourself set up with a stem injector then you won't be tied to weather conditions.

 

I have the gear but there is acres of it, it would take for ever and cost a flaming fortune, it would be quicker to pull it than to inject it, plus it is all at different growth stages.

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For those of you using professional aerosols how do you go about getting rid of them? - there considered as hazardous waste being that they are aerosols?

I believe some may be leaving onsite for the customer to bin, you won't use a whole aerosol on a nest anyway. Therefor if left with the customer they can bin em. domestic aerosols have the same ingredients just a smaller tin.

 

FYI I don't use them unless it's for a knockdown around a window to sort out some escapees.

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If i have an empty aresol on a job then it just goes in customers bin.

 

I'm sure some clever sod will be on to tell me I'm a disgrace to pest control and I should have a waste transfer licence

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If i have an empty aresol on a job then it just goes in customers bin.

 

I'm sure some clever sod will be on to tell me I'm a disgrace to pest control and I should have a waste transfer licence

 

Disgraceful! Sell all your gear and go and stand in the corner.

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Just got stung on the cheek, proper amateur, no suit on, run up the customers garden throwing my spray and mask off, screaming like a girl

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It happens to the best of us,I went 11 seasons without getting stung and then got stung 43 stings in 1 go painfull a stupid case of being to lazy or two cocky to put suit on a lesson I have not needed to be repeated.

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Lol suit on every nest, had too many close calls with it on, I would be dead by now I'm sure otherwise. Plus it makes the customer appreciate it more as they think they couldn't do it themselves.

 

I got stung at the bloody pub of all places a couple of weeks ago. Nice cold beer made it all ok tho! Been stung 6x in 9 yrs at work. Pretty good average I think👍

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