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Turf Magazine - Attracting the Best Employees - Make sure the grass is greener on your side of the fence
Attracting the Best Employees
It's a dark Friday evening, one of the coldest nights of a bitterly cold Cleveland, Ohio, winter. About 100 trade show officials, sponsors and landscape company owners and their significant ... Read More
The Economics of Irrigation
The University of Chicago has two water-supply problems - they are both economic problems. The first problem is that the city of Chicago can no longer afford to give nonprofits free wa... Read More
Retaining Top-Notch Employees
Finding and retaining good employees is always a hot topic when I am talking with other landscape professionals regarding their businesses. What is it about this issue that really gets us al... Read More
Keeping It Green
The premiere event in field and track is the 100 meters. No other competition in the Olympics excites spectators more. The winner of the 100 meters is sometimes separated from the second pla... Read More
Hiring a Manager? Read This First
As your business grows, there comes a time when you'll need help to manage it and continue growing profitably. The right time varies depending on several key elements in the business. Financ... Read More
What's New!
Topdress with EaseEarth & Turf Products' Model 60SP, self-propelled topdresser, is ideal for spreading dry or wet compost and sand, plus a variety of other materials. It features easy lo... Read More
Turn Clients' Frowns Upside Down
In the service business, landscape professionals are bound to encounter a dissatisfied customer at one time or another. Whether it's a letter sent that details their disappointment or an ups... Read More
Mobile Crew Management is Here
Mobile technology now allows owners to manage crews at multiple job sites in real time. Some business environments are easy to control. Take a factory: The manager can simply look out... Read More
Is Debt Sometimes Necessary?
rockymtnnut: There is nothing wrong with financing a piece of equipment from time to time. Save up 20 percent then go to your bank and get a small loan pay it off in 90 days or as soon as you can. A g... Read More
A Change for the Better
At the height of this winter I got an opportunity to test-drive several models of Club Car's new Carryall line of utility vehicles. I write "new" because the popular fleet of aluminum-... Read More
Lighting Up More Sales
Scott Shorrow now upsells landscape lighting on nearly every project he takes on. For the past two decades, Scott Shorrow of Landscape Concepts, Inc. has specialized in landscape tra... Read More
Deere Program Puts Dealers Behind the Wheel
Know your customers, know their needs and educate them. These words of wisdom were often repeated to dealers who had the opportunity to attend the John Deere BTL (Beyond the Limits) dealer training pr... Read More
Irrigation System Startup
Doing a backflow test is vital prior to starting up a customer's irrigation system. It may not seem like it after the crazy winter weather we've endured, but spring is right around th... Read More
Snapshots from New England Grows
The New England Grows trade show floor at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center had something for everyone in the nursery, landscaping and tree care i... Read More
Heed These Work Rules for Young Workers
The green industry is full of small businesses and family-owned businesses. We often rely on family members and their friends to help out during the busy times of the year. With much of the ... Read More
Hire Smart and Train Well
As the new season approaches, it gives you an opportunity to build a new team and/or refresh a team you already have. The first step in building a team is to identify the jobs you have availab... Read More
Oh, Deer!
More landscape contractors are finding that to keep clients happy with their landscape investments, they need to offer protection against what has become one of the biggest pests of al... Read More
Sunshine & Snow Star Performer
Rick Kier visited other landscape firms to get good ideas before designing and building his classy headquarters five years ago. It's not much of a stretch to describe Pro Scapes, Inc... Read More
As Good as it Gets
Goodhouse employees use mowers with 60-inch decks and sets them at a 3 1/2-inches to create a smooth appearance on lawns and discourage weeds. At just 22 years of age, David Goodhous... Read More
Where the Wild Things Are
Genevieve Schmidt works to leave areas of bare soil to provide a nesting place for bees in the gardens of her clients in Humboldt County, Calif. "Our California native bees are solitary ne... Read More
Starting Over with Passion
Susan LeBoutillier started LeBeau Gardens in 2013 to help attract new customers for her landscape business LeBeau Landscapes. Rebirth, re-germination and restoration are common lingo ... Read More
It's All About Value
Eighty percent of Eichenlaub's revenues come from high-end residential clients and the other 20 percent from commercial, institutional and industrial. Dan Eichenlaub says when his cu... Read More
Zero-Turn Mowers
Zero-turn riding mowers are sure to be the most important piece of equipment in your fleet. Known for their speed and maneuverability, zero-turn mowers can mow around tight areas and obstacles efficie... Read More
Soil Amendments
Soil amendments help improve the soil's physical condition, creating an ideal environment for whatever plants make up your clients' landscapes. Take a look here to find the latest products, and don'... Read More
Keeping it on Site
Fockele's services range from the traditional, such as pruning, to those that preserve and enhance natural areas. While many landscape companies struggled with the ramifications of t... Read More
Why Certified Turf Matters
Bill Carraway, vice president of marketing for The Turfgrass Group, inspects the company's licensed farms for weeds or off-types. Outside Landscape Group is a landscape installation c... Read More
Newly Sprouted Turf Insect Pests
Two species of European crane flies have now been identified in the U.S. Northeast since its first sighting there in 2004. Pests, including insect pests that destroy turfgrass, contin... Read More
Start with the Right Seed for the Site
Is it a blend or a mixture? A blend contains different cultivars of the same species, whereas a mixture contains seeds of several different species, such as Kentucky bluegrass and perennia... Read More
Family Affair
Bemus Landscape contines to grow commercial maintenance and decrease installations. Bill Bemus launched his landscape company in 1973 with a '62 Dodge pickup and matrimony on his min... Read More
Tony Bass, Green Industry Entrepreneur
The Toledo North Assembly Complex, which began operations in 2001, sprawls across 200 acres just west of busy I-75 about 5 miles south of the Michigan state line. This is where approxim... Read More

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Lawn Care and Landscaping Business Owners discuss renting and or leasing of equipment such as trenchers, skid steers, dump trucks and more.
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Lawn Care Business Owners Discuss Techniques, Ideas, Strategies, etc.
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Lawn Care Business Owners Discuss Equipment such as Walk Behind Mowers, ZTR Mowers, Line Trimmers, Backpack Blowers, Attachments, etc.
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Lawn Care and Landscape business owners discuss fertilizers and plant nutrition: application practices, equipment, pricing, products, manufacturers, suppliers and more.
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Recent Headlines from TurfDesignBuild.com

Turf Design Build Magazine - Connect! - How to better understand and engage the social client.
Connect!
Remember the days of writing notes and passing them back and forth in school? Or writing a letter by hand, putting a stamp on it and sending it off in the mail to arrive days later at the... Read More
Millennials Want Collaborators, Not Just Contractors
Want to capture the millennial generation of clientele? Good news: They are "swarming into the home marketplace," according to Jill Waage, editorial director for home content for Bette... Read More
Collecting Data to Achieve Project Profitability
What if you knew, without a shadow of a doubt, that your new installation project would produce your estimated profits - or more? How would this change your world? Of course, the possibility of unk... Read More
Thank the Polar Vortex: Stink Bugs Down 95%
Sure, dealing with the polar vortex in effected regions this winter was no fun. But there is a silver lining to Mother Nature's cold, dark cloud: New research from Virginia Tech scie... Read More
Daniel Plawski, Peninsula Landscaping
Daniel Plawski represents the new breed of landscape designers. A true millennial at age 22, he started his landscape design and maintenance business in 2011 and is already attracting th... Read More
Smarter Systems
A close-up look at a smarter rotor. Tom Barrett's irrigation career has spanned more than four decades. From Palos Verdes Golf Club superintendent in the 1980s to Rain Bird marketing ... Read More
Design Specs
Drafix SoftwarePRO Landscape Version 20 is the latest version of design software for the landscape professional. PRO Landscape allows you to create stunning visual designs for your cus... Read More
Light It Up
Unique Lighting SystemsIntroducing two new high-powered MR16 LED lamps: the 6W lamp offers up to 410 lumens, while the 8W version emits up to 580 lumens. These high-powered lamps are e... Read More
An Artist's Retreat
There's something naturally inspiring about a hotel with this mission: "A hotel shouldn't just indulge. It should enrich. We go beyond the expected to cater to your spirit, not just yo... Read More
Ways to Close Sales with Design Software
What can provide a landscape designer with major time savings, easy and quick landscape design changes and better visual presentations during the sales process? You guessed it: design s... Read More
Landscapers Discuss Design, Architecture, Installation, Equipment, Plant Stock, Estimating, etc.
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Lawn Care and Landscape business owners discuss all aspects of irrigation, pricing, bidding, installation, maintenance, manufacturers, books, and various systems.
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Landscapers Discuss Patios, Walls, Drive Ways, Walk Ways and More!
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Landscape Lighting Designers and Contractors Discuss a Full Spectrum of Issues Involving Outdoor Lighting.
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Lawn Care and Landscape business owners discuss the installation and maintenance of ponds, water gardens, along with fish, electricity, rocks, pricing, software, designs, filters, treatment, pumps, waterfalls and more.
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Recent Headlines from TreeServicesMagazine.com

Tree Services Magazine - Wired for Safety - Planning and techniques for working safely around electical hazards
Wired for Safety
Electrical conductors are a constant in the arboricultural work environment Electricity and the apparatus that supports its generation, distribution and use are commonplace in modern... Read More
2013 Accident Report
The tree care industry is an inherently dangerous one, and despite all the training, education and safety gear available to workers, unfortunately accidents still happen. The Tree Care Ind... Read More
Inspect to Protect
A residence, sidewalk and street make for a high-target location The consequences of tree failure are a heavy-duty occurrence to deal with. With all that is at stake, every reasonabl... Read More
Chain Saws and Tree Shears
Chain Saws ECHO, Inc.The new CS-355T top-handle chain saw is designed specifically for arborists. Weighing in at 8 pounds, the compact CS-355T features a 35.8cc professional-grade two-s... Read More
Rope Throwing and Throwlines
Throw bags, also called shot pouches or throw weights, come in a wide variety of shapes, weights and colors. Every tree job that involves climbing should involve achieving overhead rope... Read More
Pruning Near Utility Lines
Utilities and their contractors probably prune more trees than any other group of professionals. The utility company typically writes, or hires a company to write, pruning specifications, and the co... Read More
New England Grows Wrap-Up
Despite a snowstorm (what has become an annual tradition at New England Grows), over 11,000 arborists, landscapers, horticulturists and other green industry gurus descended on the Boston Con... Read More
What's New
So Long, Stumps!Equipped with a 35hp Vanguard gas engine and belt-driven cutter head, Vermeer's self-propelled SC362 stump cutter provides ample power to remove medium-sized stumps. The u... Read More
Tree Service Professionals Discuss Different Aspects of Tree Climbing, Pruning, and Felling.
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Tree Service Professionals discuss their sawmilling experiences.
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Announcements, Press Releases, New Products for Tree Services
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Recent Headlines from SuperintendentMagazine.com

Superintendent Magazine - The Shape of Things to Come - Scientific knowledge is exploding - estimated to be doubling every five years. So what will golf course maintenance resemble in 2050?
The Shape of Things to Come
Editor's note: This isn't a story about how golf courses will be maintained in the socalled "Jetsons" age. It's a story based on technology that's happening now and continues to impro... Read More
Thinking Man's Super Offers a Super Idea
I call Jeff Carlson the thinking man's superintendent. So it's no wonder he has a brilliant idea. First, a little bit about Carlson before getting to his idea. He is the certified golf cou... Read More
Still A Lot of Work to be Done on the Self-Promotion Front
On Feb. 19, the Hartford Courant newspaper ran a story that revealed the lack of monitoring by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) for pesticide use in Connecticut. ... Read More
Out With the Old (Trees), In With the New (Trees)
What I'm about to say may raise a few eyebrows at first. It may even sound a bit politically incorrect. However, before you book yourself on the next flight to the Pacific Northwest and chain ... Read More
One Small Step to Improve DU and Efficient Water Use
Ask golf course superintendents about cost-effective ways to improve irrigation coverage and most will immediately recommend that you improve your sprinklers' distribution uniformity (DU). ... Read More
No Shortage of Challenges
Russell's faithful companion, Magnum, a six-year-old lab, has been on the course with him since he was a pup. Bentgrass greens still work well for the Charlie Yates Golf Course i... Read More
All the Right Moves. And for All the Right Reasons
Bill Snyder's views aren't revolutionary. But they do cause one to pause for some self-reflection when it comes to career movement. ... He took the job at Kansas State because he felt he w... Read More
Grow Like Wildfowers
Marriott Golf's David Robinson examines a wildflower on the Ambiente course at Camelback Golf Club. You first notice them on your way to the first tee. You're cruising down the cart p... Read More
Look Who's Tweeting?
Clint Collier@superwake Getting really tired of waking up to this (snow). #itstimetogolf Chris Cook@brgcsuper Spring aeration is underway! Ron Sirak@ronsirak The growth of golf... Read More
Michael and Kevin Cavanaugh
Michael Cavanaugh Executive Vice President, Floratine Products Group Hometown: Newtown, Pa. What should superintendents know about your company? We are proud to employ 35 U.S.-ba... Read More
The Cutting Edge
1. EMS for Golf CoursesGolf owners and operators across the U.S. now have the opportunity to gain recognition for their environmental leadership efforts through the Certified e-par Envir... Read More
Anatomy of a Bunker Renovation
Bruce Hepner shapes a bunker on the 10th hole. Last October , on a cool morning after a hard overnight rain, Pat Daly ventured onto the golf course at Framingham (Mass.) Country Club... Read More
Betting on Dollar Spot Control
When morning dew is present on turf, cottony mycelial growth extends from the blades at various locations. While not a major threat to turf survival, dollar spot is certainly capable... Read More
Still Blades and Bed Knives, But.
John Deere - Tracey Lanier says the manufacturer "continues to look at what advancements are being made with battery development to see how we can best provide solutions to our customers."... Read More
Pickup Lines
This machine sucks!" Not usually a comment that counts as an enthusiastic endorsement, but high praise when you're talking about sweepers - which we are. Sweepers can be labor-saving,... Read More
This Could Be the One
In 2004, Suk-Jin Koo, a South Korean researcher who received his doctorate from Cornell University, decided to see if the chemical methiozolin had a role in the turfgrass industry. Origi... Read More
Talking turf issues. Discuss all facets of golf course maintenance here.
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Recent Headlines from SportsFieldManagementMagazine.com

Sports Field Management Magazine - Insight on Infields - The dirty details on the most important surface on your field
Insight on Infields
And ... play ball! Or don't. At least not until you've made sure your field is in good shape. By field I mean all parts of the field, not just the green parts. The skinned infield ... Read More
The Job Hunt
Next month, millions of new college grads will pack up their dorms rooms and venture out into the world to begin their careers. Even though unemployment rates are slowly declining, graduat... Read More
New Products Lineup
Self-Propelled TopdresserEarth & Turf Products introduces the Model 60SP, a maneuverable, self-propelled topdresser for spreading dry or wet compost and sand, plus a variety of other mat... Read More
Why Dye?
Pigments are naturally water insoluble, so they possess a relatively strong ability to stick and persist on the leaf surface. However, many pigment products can still be separated by the t... Read More
Irrigation and Drainage Products
BauerRainstar A Series irrigation machines feature quick and easy swiveling of the reel into its required working positions. Suitable for a variety of applications. http://www.bauer-at.... Read More
You're Hired!
When you hire new employees, it can be easy to feel rushed. You've got a job to do, and you need someone to start now, or better yet last week. It's tempting to throw up an ad and hire... Read More
Hello, My Name Is...
What path led you to a career in sports field management? Like many people fresh out of college, I took a position that did not correspond to my degree (forestry) as a summer seasonal on ... Read More
Sight Turfing
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Recent Headlines from AmeriNursery.com

American Nurseryman Magazine - Enticing Edibles - So many choices, and they all look delicious. How do you choose which fruits and vegetables are right for your inventory? We've selected only 10 here, but you're bound to find just the right selections.
Enticing Edibles
Your mother was right. For that matter, so are the American Dietetic Association and every doctor you've ever consulted. Fruits and vegetables are good for you. They're good for your business, too.... Read More
Eating my words
Eating my words A few years ago, when the "edibles" craze (re)surfaced, I pooh-poohed it. Not that I think vegetables are inherently bad, although I rarely consume as much as I should. Bu... Read More
Plantus selectus
Since Jan. 1, 1985, American Nurseryman has reserved the last page of each issue to focus on a special plant. On our regular Field Notes page, we've featured trees and shrubs, bulbs ... Read More
Hot Products
Clean water sistern pumpsFranklin Electric Co. Inc. has released its C1 Series stainless steel submersible cistern pumps designed for use in gray water/filtered effluent service applicat... Read More
Trouble in Paradise
Photo courtesy of USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station Archive, USDA Forest Service, SRS; Bugwood.org All together now ... aw ... so cute! And, unfortunately, a pest. Seems the... Read More
What's Trending
Right Now on Facebook: Stephanie Cohen Just a reminder for those of you who are organic. The Colonial Williamsburg conference has a great lineup of speakers on all kinds of topics-from plants to ... Read More
Inside Out
When viewed in plan, it is evident that the design makes good use of every square inch of space on a challenging urban property. The result? A blend of hardscape and lush plantings that cr... Read More
Controlling Weeds in the Field
Cyperus esculentus, yellow nutsedge Photo courtesy of Howard F. Schwartz, Colorado State University; Bugwood.org Weed control in the Pacific Northwest can pose challenges that are... Read More
Build Your Best Greenhouse
"Tough" greenhouse After a harsh winter, many growers understand the subtle differences in greenhouses. There are a lot of claims in the market, but a strong greenhouse structure can on... Read More

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