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Recent Headlines from TurfMagazine.com

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Turf Magazine - Beyond Mow, Blow & Go - How adding services (sometimes) adds value to your company
Beyond Mow, Blow & Go
Landscapers have plenty of service options because so much under the sun can be described as landscape work. Services run the gamut from cutting grass to building water features to instal... Read More
The Total Package
Jim and Robin Weidner abandoned their maintenance and snow management services to focus on design and construction, which has earned their firm many awards in the Northeast Ohio market. ... Read More
Second-Stage Business Blues
Groundscape Maintenance LLC relies on a self-qualifying job application and pre-employment drug testing to get good workers. Job descriptions and guidelines in an employee handbook clarify... Read More
The Five Deadly Fears of E-Newsletter Publishing and How to Overcome Them
As a small business owner, it takes three things to effectively market yourself and your business: 1. You need to be viewed as an expert. 2. You need to stay top of mind with customers an... Read More
Keeping It Green
Many successful professional landscape company owners start modestly and go down one of three well-trodden paths in growing their services businesses. They begin their career journeys by eit... Read More
Be Smart When Adding Services
Many contractors are adding services to grow their businesses. Lawn care and snow removal are two services some contractors are adding to increase business and protect their customer bases. ... Read More
What's New!
The Cutting EDGECEAttachments has redesigned its EDGE Sod Unroller attachment for skid steers and track loaders. The EDGE Sod Unroller attachment has an enhanced design that provides fo... Read More
What You as an Owner Can Learn from Scientists
When a scientist approaches a problem, he or she thinks about it using a tested scientific process. The steps in this process are: 1.) Purpose/Question; 2.) Research; 3.) Hypothesis; 4.) Exp... Read More
Drip's Role Will Only Grow
It's easier to install a subsurface system before turfgrass sod is installed. Generally drip is put down in grid rows 12 to 18 inches apart and emitters spaced at about the same intervals.... Read More
Trimming and Edging the Right Way
Rocscape Landscaping uses a redefiner bed edger at the beginning of each season to establish deep, crisp edges that will separate turf from mulch. Trimming and edging the right way ... Read More
Earth-Friendly Family Affair
The Beres clan (l. to r.) Patti, Jacob, Rob, Jeremy, Bonnie Raechal and Robbie. Also shown (l. to r.) Rosie and Koko. The green industry is awash in small family businesses. Landscap... Read More
In Your Own Words
aaronmg: Not quite ready to go out and start the first rounds of applications yet, but I want to know if I forgot anything to pack in the trucks if I get stopped by DOT or pesticide/fert police. Here'... Read More
Franchisors Continue on the Growth Path
If you own a lawn care business, you're being targeted by companies who use algorithms and cloud-computing and can explain to you, in minute detail, how having a lawn care business with satisfied clie... Read More
17th Annual Snow & Ice Symposium
The Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA) will hold its 17th Annual Snow & Ice Symposium in Columbus, Ohio, June 18-21. The four-day event will feature a trade show, speakers, educationa... Read More
Employment References Still a Useful Tool
Too many business owners and managers have given up trying to get references on job applicants because most employers will only report dates of employment and starting and ending wages. Th... Read More
Do What You Can to Prepare for the Variables
The landscape business has many variables both internal and external. Sometimes these variables become roadblocks and sometimes they can be navigated around, over or through. But they exist... Read More
Rolling, Rolling, Rolling
Andrew Lala, left, and John Freitag, right, founded Yellow Wagon Landscaping LLC in 2010. Yellow Wagon Landscaping LLC is a unique name, with a unique story to tell about its foundin... Read More
Building on Solid Ground
The LaurelRock Company matches its professional residential services with a professional image. Throughout the years The LaurelRock Company in Wilton, Conn., has established a sound ... Read More
Talk About Diversification!
Michelle O'Donnell, center, owner of 82 Rents and Services, with her team. In Michelle L. O'Donnell's mind, it's simple: Bigger is not better. She says that her southeastern Pa.-base... 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
Riding Mowers and Accessories
Riding mowers are most likely the most important piece of equipment in your fleet. With many new technologies, there are a lot of choices out there, and you need to do your homework. In this month's p... Read More
Trimmers and Edgers
In order to keep your clients' properties in pristine condition, you need to make sure you take care of every last detail. That's where trimmers and edgers come in. The manufacturers included in t... Read More
Following a "Pattern" of Success
Safety vests and street cones attest to ArtisTree Landscape Maintenance & Design's emphasis on safety. Acomplaint by an elderly female customer convinced Joe Gonzalez that he wanted ... Read More
Extreme Green
Georgia Lawn, Inc. is off to a strong start in the Atlanta Metro market. Strategic planning is the basis for Georgia Lawn, Inc., based in Alpharetta, an affluent community of about 5... 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
Embrace Ornamental Pest Management
Some of the same pests that damage turfgrass can also attack ornamentals. This photo by entomologist Whitney Cranshaw shows the damage that spider mites did to ornamental trees at Chicago'... Read More
Getting with the Program
David Lee, the "D" of DK Landscaping, Inc., has a simple philosophy in life: do a good job. An adjunct to that might be: don't do things in the same old way. Those two convictions toge... Read More

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Recent Headlines from TurfDesignBuild.com

Turf Design Build Magazine - Style Detective - Experience gets you just part of the way in the landscape design process. Discovering your clients' preferences closes the circle . and that's often the hardest part.
Style Detective
Experience and training gets you just a little bit of the way through the landscape design process. Uncovering your client's style closes that circle, and that's most often the hardest... Read More
Talking the Industry's Pulse
"Green industry businesses still have their issues - marketing to acquire new customers, eliminating inefficiencies in their operations, finding good employees," the survey reports, "b... Read More
Building Consistent Behavior
So, what's the answer? Here, we'll discuss a few of the more critical steps a manager may take to build more consistent behavior among his or her teams. Some of you have heard these th... Read More
Demand for Outdoor Entertainment Spaces, as Well as Landscape Lighting and Dinning Areas, Continues to Grow
Having spaces for outdoor enjoyment and tranquility remain high on homeowners' wish lists this year. This according to the American Society of Landscape Architect's 2014 Residential Lan... Read More
Brad Blaeser, The Green Team of Wisconsin
Brad Blaeser is more than just a sustainable landscape designer and manager throughout Brew City. He's also known around the Great Lakes region as co-founder of a high-profile green bus... Read More
Rain, Rain, Come This Way
Although various forms of rainwater harvesting have been used for thousands of years, it is still in its infancy as an organized industry, according to Steve Goldberg in Water Efficiency: The Journal ... Read More
IA Provides CA With Drought Resources
After California Gov. Jerry Brown's declaration of a state of emergency in the Golden State as a result of drought, the Irrigation Association took the following steps to support both agricult... Read More
Now You Can Do an Ollie in Chicago's Grant Park
Any serious skateboarder will tell you an Ollie is the most fundamental of all the skateboarding tricks. Soon you can do one in Chicago's Grant Park, which is considered the city's ... Read More
Mighty Minis
CaterpillarWith a standard, suspended undercarriage system, the 299D compact track loader delivers traction, flotation, stability and speed for a range of applications and condition... Read More
Dive In
"There's also a growing trend toward more contemporary pool designs versus the organic shapes of the past. Smartphones are controlling outdoor TVs and stereos, waterf... Read More
Landscapers Discuss Design, Architecture, Installation, Equipment, Plant Stock, Estimating, etc.
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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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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 - Perfect Pitch - Prepping the fields that will host World Cup 2014
Perfect Pitch
Maintenance is performed at Arena Mane Garrincha. In the U.S., football is unquestionably the most popular sport, and the Super Bowl the most watched event. Worldwide, however, it's ... Read More
Drought Outlook 2014
Remember last winter? The one that was so cold? Like, really, really, super cold? Thankfully, the much-hyped phenomenon known as the Polar Vortex, which sent a good portion of the country in... Read More
Networking
What's the word on the Web? Here are just a few industry highlights from across social media, follow us for the latest! Retweets! Follow SportsField Management on Twitter @SFM_Magazine... Read More
New Products Lineup
Roll Out!CEAttachments introduces the new EDGE Sod Unroller attachment for skid steers and track loaders. The new Sod Unrollers feature an improved bracket design, providing easier roll i... Read More
The Crabgrass Games
The most common annual grassy weed across the country is crabgrass. The basic concept of weed control in turfgrass ecosystems will never really change. The paramount principle agains... Read More
Blowers, Vacs and Sweepers
Blowers Buffalo TurbineBuffalo Turbine offers a wide range of turbine-style debris blowers. New for 2014, Buffalo Turbine has released the industry's first electronically fuel-injected ... Read More
Water Wise
When they hear the term "water conservation," many people will usually think of one of two things: low-flow toilets and water-saving showerheads. It's safe to say that neither one of those ... Read More
A Hole Lot of Benefits
"A lot of people know the importance of aerating-it keeps the soil from getting compacted, it gets oxygen down into the rootzone, it helps with drainage, and on and on and on. I think the ... Read More
Leo A. Goertz, athletic fields maintenance manager, Texas A&M
What path led you to a career in sports field management? I followed my older brothers to college at Texas A&M University, where I was going to major in agricultural economics and was hop... Read More
Sight Turfing: My Approach to Turfgrass Management
Sight turfing, the systematic approach of daily observing the health of your field's turfgrass, takes practice and patience. This allows you to adjust your treatment plans according to what ... Read More

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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