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The fourth quarter of the year is crunch time, mop-up time. The final three months is when some of you can (and should) score big and finish with a financial statement that makes the 2014 ... Read More
Small-Town Success
Farm boys grow up working the land and tackling daily chores revolving around crops, livestock and the "home place." By the time they are 12 or so, they take on the responsibility of m... Read More
Weathering the Challenges
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Recruit the Best (& Skip the Rest)
The two biggest staffing/HR problems business owners and managers face are recruiting new employees and reducing employee turnover. These issues both are linked. The only way to reduce the... Read More
Communication that Builds Winning Teams
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Win by Emulating a Great Sports Team
Hurray, football season is here. Major League Baseball's World Series is just weeks away. Professional basketball is cranking up, too. And, for us long-suffering Cleveland sports fans, the r... Read More
What's In It for Me?
Business owners want to know the answer to the question, "What's in it for me?" Sales and revenue creation are what the business is supposed to do, and when it's done right there's always so... Read More
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Planning. It's essential in most businesses. And depending on the calendar or fiscal year in which you operate, it happens about the same time each year. For magazine publishing, we're alway... Read More
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The New Fall Cleanup
A well-maintained property throughout the season helps prepare you for fall cleanup. When the morning air feels crisp and cool and your lawns start to regenerate, regular wind gusts ... Read More
Charging Their Services
Josh Flowers, owner of Eco-Lectric Landscape Maintenance, says his company has boosted its fuel savings by adding a prototype solar trailer that converts sunlight into energy. Specia... Read More
Customer Service = Employee Satisfaction
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The leadership of the Turf & Ornamental Communicators Association (TOCA) and some of its members did a very kind thing recently. They accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge to help fund rese... Read More
The Secret to Success?
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Keep Your Work Units on the Job
To remain an operable business, you need to maintain and repair equipment frequently. In order to do this, you must keep an inventory of the right amount of the right parts at the right ti... Read More
Rise of the Compact Diesel Engine
Compact diesel engines have made their way to the United States from England, Germany, Italy and Japan, just like skid-steers and commercial zeroturning radius mowers. Packed away in... Read More
Top 10 Mower Maintenance Musts
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Brickman, ValleyCrest & Michael Symon
So Brickman and Valley Crest are now one big happy family with sales projected to approach (if not exceed) $2 billion annually. What does that mean for the rest of us? Should we be worried... Read More
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GIE+EXPO 2014 Booth Invitations
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Greening Up the Big Apple
Brian Tauscher's firm features knowledgeable horticulturists to assist his design team. Below, working with city planners, Artisan Gardens is doing its part to replenish NYC's urban tree c... Read More
Making the Switch
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24 Hours on a Mower Seat
As far as records go, the one set August 20 by Eli Kean in southwest Ohio was more of the endurance rather than the spectacular nature. Kean, the 26-year-old marketing manager for Dixi... Read More
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Staying on Target
Tim Gaunce owns and operates NorthEast Lawn Care, based in Coventry, Rhode Island, and he's also an expert rifle marksman. This past July he made the 700-mile drive to Port Clinton, Oh... Read More
Solar Mowing a Hot Concept
Lyn DeWitt, owner of Solar Mowing in Bethesda, Maryland, had a problem. She would bring her daughter and dog into their home and shut all of the windows whenever she or her husband mow... Read More
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Accessories JRCO, Inc.The Blower Buggy Carrier holds walk-behind blowers on the front of zero-turn mowers. They are secured to the adjustable carrier with three straps, allowing for... Read More
Thriving in Houston
John Taylor, the 2013 U.S. EPA WaterSense Partner of the Year,designs and installs systems that conserve as much as 50 less water than traditional systems. His seven-yearold firm now emplo... 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 to your plants is not. Deer damage, especially during the wint... Read More
Atop the Leader Board
Jerome "Jerry" Pate's victory in the U.S. Amateur in 1974 and his low-amateur finish at the 1975 U.S. Open signaled that he was ready to play golf with the Tour's big boys. And soon en... Read More
Peeking into Permaculture
North Americans' 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
It's Lawn Renovation Time
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There's Always a Better Way
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Sticking to its Strengths
ILM received the ALCA 2013 Excellence in Landscaping Award for their maintenance of Towers property in Phoenix. "We stick to what we do best," says John Garigen, co-owner of Inte... Read More
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Turf Design Build Magazine - Think Big When Designing Small - Use these tips for creating major impact despite the size of the space.
Think Big When Designing Small
If you're following the leading real estate studies pointing to the ever-growing trend of smaller and smaller landscape preferences for homeowners, then it may be time to surrender t... Read More
Finish 2014 Strong
While I'm writing this, it's mid-August. The weather in Ohio has cooled, which is pretty unusual for August. And the kids started school. No more sleeping in or making warm weather v... Read More
The Brand Equity Equation
I bought my first home when I was in my mid-20s. It was a great starter home for my wife and two young children, with plenty of space and a nicely shaded, fenced-in backyard. After l... Read More
Business is Getting Better
Billable hours and inquiries for new work are up for landscape architects, according to the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). The association's second quarter survey sh... Read More
Julie Moir Messervy
Any landscaper who collaborates with a classical music celebrity to create a public garden based on a musical composition by Bach has to be pretty special, right? Meet Julie Moir Mes... Read More
IA Show Highlights
The annual Irrigation Show & Education Conference is just two months away. The event, which takes place Nov. 17-21 in Phoenix this year, bring together irrigation and water management educatio... Read More
Walk-behind Equipment
ToroForward and reversible plate compactors are designed with a unique base geometry, optimal eccentric placement, amplitude and VPMs that allow the unit to provide maximum compact... Read More
The Tree Snake Path
The Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway at the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden in Cape Town, South Africa, winds its way through the tree tops. A long, slithering tree snake with it... Read More
Sensing Strength
Today, water-conservation issues are a hot topic in landscaping, and they will continue to be major issues for decades to come. In the long run, smart controllers, with the assistance... Read More
Landscapers Discuss Design, Architecture, Installation, Equipment, Plant Stock, Estimating, etc.
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Multipurpose MachineVermeer's FT100 forestry tractor, equipped with an aboveground mulcher, is a 111-hp Tier 4 Interim (Stage IIIB) skid steer loader with a forestry mulcher attachment... Read More
Our 'Absolute Necessity' To Our Readers
The world is changing, and Tree Services magazine is changing with it. We think it's important to share some of those changes with you. First, for a year now EBSCO Industries' Grand View M... Read More
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Single line ascent, single rope technique (SRT), and from the grizzled vets "that new trash y'all been messin' around with" - regardless of what you call it, the use of a single static l... Read More
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TCI EXPO offers educational opportunities with top industry leaders in business, safety and arboriculture, as well as the chance to network with colleagues, vendors and manufacturers ... Read More
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Fertilization programs are utilized to maintain the vigorous and healthy growth of trees and to increase their resistance to damage from insects and diseases. When applied judiciously t... Read More
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Turf Talk: Winter Upkeep: Is It Worth the Money Spent?
Depending on your geographical location, winter means different things for most golf course superintendents. Maybe you're closed completely for the season -- snow covered and frozen. ...... Read More
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Like so many others, Hunter Golf Club is struggling. Play is down at the municipal course in Meriden, Connecticut, so revenue is down. Even though ...... Read More
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Can propane change the way the golf course maintenance industry is powered? On a hot, humid August day at the Merit Club in Libertyville, Illinois, the ...... Read More
Control Center: Clean Water Act
Managing a pond is a difficult task -- that's even more complicated when it's located on a golf course. When managing a water hazard, you ...... Read More
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The Art of Getting the Great Job
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Your lawn gets seeded. Your house gets insulated. Your furnace might even get a tune-up. So what are you doing for the athletic facilities in your care as the cold weather approaches? ... Read More
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Welcome to October, perhaps the greatest time of the year for sports' fans. You have it all this month - baseball, football, basketball, hockey and soccer. As the saying goes, it doesn't g... Read More
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Every summer we see the media pieces - baseball groundskeepers struggling to get the tarp on the infield during a torrential storm. This issue needs attention, and it should be addressed t... Read More
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