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Turf Magazine - Audacious Goals - Project EverGreen's Presence grows one project at a time.
Audacious Goals
Project EverGreen and the green industry are partners in the work of beautifying America and restoring and enhancing green spaces in our bustling, paved urban environments. "We want all ... Read More
Cooperating to Move Forward
Steve Ferguson (right), Seward's parks, recreation and cemetery director, with Pat Sanley, assistant recreation director, and Robert Core, assistant parks director. Small town USA is... Read More
The Path Less Travelled
Jack Pizzo doesn't want to be regarded as your typical "landscaper." Nor does he claim to be a visionary. But a growing number of clients are convinced he is pointing the industry in a better directio... Read More
Two Issues of Vital Concern
Two huge issues with serious ramifications for the green industry are generating calls for regulatory action. One is of national (oops, make that global) significance and the other is a regi... Read More
Act Now to Finish Strong
This year is more than half over and by now you should have a pretty good idea of how successful your company will be at year's end. Even so, there's still time to positively affect your res... Read More
Maximizing Your Sales Results from Internet Leads
Since the inception of online commerce more than 15 years ago, businesses continue to shift their media advertising budgets to online advertising. I can attest to this being the case with ... Read More
Unfinished Business
Our smartphones - we're connected to them like they are an additional appendage. We care for them by protecting them with fancy, durable covers and keep them clean and working efficiently by... Read More
Supplier News
California Implements Historic Water Restrictions California's State Water Resources Control Board has approved an emergency regulation to address the use of water under continuing extreme and except... Read More
Cold Lessons Learned
One year ago, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasted average temperatures and precipitation in January through March 2014 for most of the United States - and ab... Read More
What Comes First: Mow, Edge or Weed?
mgarn: This probably applies more to solo operations, but it's open to anyone. I have always mowed first and edged, and then weedwhacked. I'm just curious of the order that everyone does it? mowisme... Read More
Take Control
Consider these two options for providing what most of us now commonly describe as "smart" irrigation. Option Number One: Fetch a pen and paper and a graphing calculator. Next, you need... Read More
Featured Products
If you're looking to add to your equipment arsenal, take a look here. Winter is just around the corner, and while you may think August is too early to start thinking about snow, the white stuff is ... Read More
Butterflies, Bees and Birds! Oh My!
A bird's-eye view of Shoemaker Green taken from Franklin Field. This SITES Certified Project is in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Patrons linger at the outdoor seating section of an urb... Read More
Six Steps to Anti-Icing Success
Anti-icing is a proactive, pre-emptive strategy to inhibit ice from bonding to pavement. It significantly reduces salt usage. If you've been considering whether or not to add anti-icin... Read More
Sound Business
Rick Bayo believes that keeping good employees is key for company growth. For Rick Bayo, running a successful landscape company is all about applying sound business principles that w... Read More
Winter Deer Damage
The deer population across the country is exploding. While the sight of a deer in your backyard is exciting, the damage they do your plants is not. Deer browse damage, especially during the ... Read More
Communication that Builds Winning Teams
What were your last 10 or 15 employee conversations like? Chances are they included phrases like, "I need you to finish that project by the end of the day," or "How much longer do you think ... Read More
Thoughts on Road Debris Liability
We all have a basic understanding of how driver liability works. If you cause an accident by violating traffic laws, it's your responsibility. Run a red light, and you could be on the hook f... Read More
Peeking into Permaculture
North American's desire for more attractive properties, fueled by more disposable income and increased leisure, has driven our industry's growth post WWII. The industry responded and became expert in ... Read More
Working The Dream
The goal of Kyle Carlisle, owner and CEO/CFO of Carlisle Land Management in Sikeston, Missouri, is pretty simple. "The company that stands out; that brings a presence of professionalis... Read More
Solar Mowing a Hot Concept
Lyn DeWitt, owner of Solar Mowing in Bethesda, Maryland, had a problem. The Washington, D.C., area mother and dog owner would bring her daughter and dog inside and shut all the windows... Read More
Building a National Footprint
SunTerra Landscape Services has about 400 commercial properties that it services throughout the state of Texas. What started out as a small landscape maintenance and irrigation contr... Read More
Husqvarna's First 325 Years
Husqvarna shares its birth year with Johann Sebastian Bach. One of the world's greatest composers remains a powerful force in classical music because of the quality of his work, which consis... Read More
Landscaping Horror Stories
I had an employee call in once because his goat died. Another time we hired three college students and asked them to meet us at the job sites where we had 100 yards of mulch to spread. They ... Read More
Grub Damage Season Arrives
White grubs, like this Japanese beetle grub, are either white or gray in color, and are typically this "C" shape. Be on the lookout for signs of lawn damage caused by hungry white gr... Read More
Tradition of Excellence
Dan and his son, Aaron Gundry-Monji Fred Monji started Monji Landscape in 1953 with a pair of pruning shears and the goal of providing maintenance services to residents of the Centra... Read More
10 Tips to Slow the Burn
If you live in the West, you know that this year has been the driest on record. In addition, temperatures soared to early unseasonable highs, making the threat of fire a looming issue ... Read More
Club Car Powers Up the Carryall
Q: How do you view the market for light utility vehicles in the next several years? If you see growth, what's driving it? A: According to our projections, global sales of all light v... Read More
Advice From a Pro
"The true secret to success is people. It's all about the people. The ability to surround yourself with the right people is the key to success and a life fulfilled both professionally and personally."... Read More

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Turf Design Build Magazine - The Art of Landscape Renovation - The backyard makeover movement is capitalizing on the trend to extend indoor spaces outdoors with sustainable elements.
The Art of Landscape Renovation
Remodeling is tops in homeowner trends this year, according to a 2014 Houzz survey, and we're not talking about just kitchens and baths. Landscape and patio projects rank No. 4 on the lis... Read More
Drip. Drop. Drought.
Water. It's the lifeblood of the landscape. Never does water feel more essential than in the middle of summer when temperatures are soaring and humidity is high. Ironically, never is ... Read More
Systematic Scheduling
Before delving into the scheduling process, I want to say that changes will only be successful if owners and senior managers are all committed to adhering to them. Once you agree to the ch... Read More
Drought: Drying Trend Continues While some June rainfall improved drought conditions in Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas, severe to extreme drought expanded across New Mexico and southern... Read More
Richard Woldorsky
Richard Woldorsky's background is a unique blend of landscape architecture and urban planning. He's currently one of nine landscape designers who has remained on the board of directors at... Read More
A Model Partnership
The Irrigation Association has backed an effort to get states and cities to proclaim July as Smart Irrigation Month. This year, 13 states and municipalities have issued proclamations, and ... Read More
Pavers, Rocks & Blocks
Rosetta HardscapesThe Old Mission Collection offers a timeworn, natural stone look and is suitable for vehicular applications. It can be installed as permeable or nonpermeable based ... Read More
Balance Restored
When a 1932 brick residence on 1.8 acres is plagued by many landscape challenges, the work to transform it can be quite an effort. For Allan Broadbent (pictured right), lead designe... Read More
The Deal on Drainage
A drainage grate. Landscape contractors often underestimate the critical importance of drainage when installing new features in landscapes. Nightmare scenarios can flood into any n... 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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Tree Services Magazine - Solutions that Work - One company's approach to finding the right employees-and keeping them engaged
Solutions that Work
There are no permanent crew assignments at Wachtel Tree Science; rather employees are continually placed on different crews, sometimes on a daily basis, so everyone in the company gets to ... Read More
What's New
Grapples GaloreLand Pride introduces four new skid Grapples in 12 different sizes. The SGC15 Series claw has a durable 6-by-6-inch frame tube for strength and serrated teeth, and is desi... Read More
Get Schooled!
Though it may seem like we were just welcoming the long days of summer, before we know it leaves will be falling and kids will be packing up their backpacks and boarding buses to start anoth... Read More
Spar Pole Rigging
This photo illustrates how close to the rigging and climbing system the climber is operating a saw while spar pole rigging While the title of this column may paraphrase a Cypress Hil... Read More
Portable Sawmills and Log Splitters
Blockbuster, Inc.Blockbuster, Inc. offers eight different sizes of firewood processors with a variety of specifications. Customized machines available to fit customers' needs. http://ww... Read More
Changing Safety Culture
Getting everyone working toward the same goal is vital. Every industry and every business has an established culture. Business culture is much like any other societal culture. In some... Read More
Leaf-Feeding Insects
As the work of tree care interfaces with the insect world, one thing is inevitable: at some point, in some location, for better or worse, insects feed on trees. A good share of the fee... Read More
Skid Steers
Bobcat CompanyThe Bobcat S650 skid steer loader, with non-DPF engine technology, is part of the M-Series line of compact loaders. The S650 has a rated-operating capacity of 2,690 pounds ... Read More
Tree Service Professionals Discuss Different Aspects of Tree Climbing, Pruning, and Felling.
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Announcements, Press Releases, New Products for Tree Services
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Superintendent Magazine - Irrigation Ultimatum - Water is scarcer and costlier, but golf courses can continue to operate successfully if they're willing to change.
Irrigation Ultimatum
You've heard the dire talk about the world running out of fresh water. You also may have heard that the next big war could be fought over water, not oil or land. The talk is unnervin... Read More
A Golf Course Returns From the Dead
In 2009, Southern Hills Golf Course in Danville, Virginia, became a National Golf Foundation statistic - it was one of about 150 golf courses to close that year as part of an industrywide ... Read More
Taking Your Thumps... And Taking It in Stride
Hadn't heard from my old friend Maurice "Moe" Greens in a while, so I gave him a call. He's the golf course superintendent at Pretentious Golf, Polo, Yacht, Bridge and Country Club. I can't... Read More
It's Summer, You're Stressed. How Are You Dealing With It?
If you don't mind, take a moment and answer the following few questions. Are you feeling a little stressed lately? Are you taking your job troubles home with you? Don't have enough... Read More
How Long Will This Fertilizer Last?
EDITOR'S NOTE: Christopher S. Gray Sr., a professional product manager from LebanonTurf, has been addressing fertilizer issues in this special column the last few months. This month, Gray addresses fe... Read More
Little Changes, Big Rewards
It's no secret that golf courses have endured some tough times over the last few years. However, the situation seems to be improving, with more courses now investing in much-needed ren... Read More
Making a Limited Budget Work
There isn't a golf course superintendent in the state of Kansas - and many neighboring states - who in the last 30 years hasn't had Dick Stuntz's contact information in a Rolodex, programmed into ... Read More
BASF Branching Out
BASF's Dan Carrothers (left) and Jonathan Sweat talked plant health and future products at a media summit in June. BASF bills itself as "the chemical company." In time, BASF may add ... Read More
Look Who's Tweeting?
Mark Jordan @Westfield Greens @SuperProblems seems to always work this way ... couple of hours before one of our biggest outings of the year. ... Read More
Who Are These People?
IAN CAMP | Partner, CS Trading LLC Hometown: Liberty, South Carolina (born in Middlesex, England) What's a day in the life for you in your job?: My role in the company is to ... Read More
The Cutting Edge
Chemical-Free Algae ControlLG Sound developed the LG Sonic E-line, an underwater system that emits ultrasound waves to control and prevent common algae. The e-Line incorporates Chame... Read More
Lights, Camera.Turf
Will Schnell rolls the turfgrass in preparation for college football's BCS National Championship game last January. How did a farm kid from a tiny town in Missouri end up in charge ... Read More
On the Mark
JACOBSEN'S Cushman SprayTek has a lowprofile shape for maximum visibility. Accuracy and consistency are two key attributes golf course superintendents look for in a good sprayer, acc... Read More
Fall Infections
Powdery Mildew Disease control in the fall often gets put on the back burner, especially if it's been a tough summer. When faced with a bunch of rough and tumble problems, scou... Read More
Fall Formula for Fertilization
Hard to believe it's that time of year again. Time to start planning for fall and eventually putting the course to bed. It wasn't that long ago that we were (at least, I was) careful... Read More
Talking Insecticides
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second part of a two-part series on insecticide technology. In each segment, representatives from the industry's vast number of chemical companies answer a question in regar... Read More
Here's to Helping You Get in Front of the Problem
Now is the time to prepare for the impending water crisis in the golf industry - if it hasn't already hit your golf course. If you haven't thought about the water crisis at your golf cours... Read More
Watertight Wares
These days, golf course superintendents can't jam enough water-reduction tools in their proverbial toolboxes to help them become better irrigators. Considering the golf industry is enteri... Read More
No Watered-Down Ideas Here
At the U.S. Open in June, Pinehurst No. 2 showed off its single-row irrigation fairways and native areas. This year's U.S. Open at Pinehurst brought back into the forefront of golf m... Read More
Talking turf issues. Discuss all facets of golf course maintenance here.
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Sports Field Management Magazine - Formula for Success - Calibrating helps you get the most out of your sprayer, and the material you're applying
Formula for Success
Think of spray equipment and you might picture tanks, pumps, hoses, valves, nozzles, gauges and booms. But the first tool that should come to mind when you contemplate spraying should ... Read More
Summer of Sports
Sports of all sorts have been dominating the headlines over the past month, the biggest event being, of course, the World Cup. Not surprisingly, the quadrennial tournament of the world's mos... Read More
Retweets! Follow SportsField Management on Twitter @SFM_Magazine. Bats Grounds Crew @batsgrass "Always gotta love kids camps on the field in the middle of homestands" CU Sports Turf @... Read More
New Products Lineup
Gain ControlUnited Turf Alliance introduces ArmorTech ZOXY 2 SC, a new liquid formulation of an azoxystrobin fungicide. ArmorTech ZOXY 2 SC is labeled for the control of many turfgrass d... Read More
Buyer's Guide 2014
A-Turf Williamsville, NY 888-777-6910 Artificial turf; infill materials; underlayment/pads; field construction services Aer-Flo, Inc. Bradenton, FL 800-823-7356 ... Read More
Diagnosing the Problem- Is it a Disease?
Proper diagnosis is a critical step in the management of plant diseases. Without a solid diagnosis, it's impossible to suggest or develop an adequate management strategy. As with most things... Read More
Need a Ride?
John Deere's Gator TX is designed as an all-around utility vehicle with a light footprint. Need to run out to check the sprinkler on the far field? Have to move some infield mix for a... Read More
Starting From Scratch
Brian Rhodes, head groundskeeper at Leo A. Pinckney Field at Falcon Park, home of the Auburn Doubledays. Sometimes all the maintenance work in the world can't overcome structural defici... Read More
Control Products and Soil Amendments
AQUA-AIDGame Day Sports Turf Surfactant is a proprietary blend of patented wetting agent technologies that provide uniform hydration in the soil profile for optimum plant health and ... Read More
Hello, My Name Is...
What path led you to a career in sports field management? My father was a golf course superintendent for 20-plus years. I played baseball all my life, so it was in my blood to work in this ... Read More
Stove-Top Sports
The news stories typically begin in August every year. Athletes, especially football players, are suffering from environmental heat illnesses. Tragically, heat-related deaths have increased ... Read More

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American Nurseryman Magazine - Blurring the Lines - With home gardeners pushing the boundaries and the climate chnage altering hardiness zones, we take a look at some popular temperennials-those warm-zone perennials that are steadily making their way Up North.
Blurring the Lines
Looking for an out-of-zone experience? So are your customers. Following last winter's Polar Vortex, gardeners in the North were desperate for any sign of life, and once the weather fin... Read More
The elephant in the room
Okay, let's first dispense with the jokes. "Rocky Mountain High" is just too hackneyed to pay it any attention. And I'm guilty of quipping about how easy it will be to spot drivers who've to... Read More
What's Growing On
Photo courtesy of Howard F. Schwartz, Colorado State University; California implements historic water restrictions California's State Water Resources Control Board has appr... Read More
Hibiscus syriacus
Thinking back to childhood, one of the very first plants I remember is rose of Sharon. I knew them to be the large shrubs that lined the back yard and formed the border between our proper... Read More
Product Picks
Resource GuideEmerald Coast Growers has released its 2014-2015 Resource Guide, featuring varietal and marketing information for the company's perennials, grasses and tropicals. With... Read More
Drought then and now
Even before a 93-year-old water main broke on the UCLA campus in late July, spewing nearly 10 million gallons of the precious resource onto campus streets and into parking structures, California's wat... Read More
Plant Health
Photo courtesy of USDA APHIS PPQ Archive, USDA APHIS PPQ; Gypsy moth pressure eases in New Jersey Good news from New Jersey: The state's Department of Agriculture says that ... Read More
Costs of Growing River Birch in Different Production Systems
Labor costs vary across production systems-and at varying stages within each system. Cost to plant differs from maintenance, which differs from harvest, depending upon the number of labore... Read More
European Invasion
The larvae of European pepper moth can girdle stems at the soil line, as seen here on a greenhouse-grown poinsettia plant. If you are a woody plant propagator, then you need to be ale... Read More
Restoring the Lost Creek
Imagine you built a home beside a meandering creek, a spot where you could sit on the patio and enjoy the peaceful sights of Mother Nature. Hot Texas days and nights were cooled by the br... Read More

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