cya for soil injection?

hl_tree

Member
I'm just wondering what you guys have for policies on soil injections? A few of the places I did last year had underground sprinklers, drainage lines, and low voltage electric lines. I'd hate to think I did damage to any of it, but I'm sure that something will happen in the future. What do you guys tell clients?
 

Getreal

New Member
Switch to organics and do surface applications where possible. Organic Approach has a great line of products.
 

Morice

Member
First thing I do before doing any kind of soil injection is to look for irrigation heads, lighting, etc. and try to make the best guess where the lines might have been run.

You are going to hit an irrigation line every once and awhile, especially under drought conditions where the soil is compacted. Our company has an irrigation company on call and they fix it right away, this is a great chance to show your clients that you care.
 
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