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Since the EPA's announcement regarding Dursban, Tom Delaney, executive vice president of PLCAA, has fielded calls from concerned PLCAA members.
"Where landscape professionals may have more problems is with commercial accounts or in public areas like parks or recreation sites," Delaney said. "And there's a different relationship between the homeowner and a landscape company and the general public and a company. The homeowner has more trust and receives specific benefits from the company. But the general public has more questions and are more likely to say, 'I don't want it on my ballfield where my kids play.'"
"Customers happen to be more educated than the …