Sunday, July 05, 2015

Top Stories

Things that make you go ‘hmm’

By Marty Grunder

The way you treat your clients is a direct result of the culture you have at your organization. More

Limit risk with diversification

By Mike Callahan

Snow and ice removal companies that diversify their contracts stand out in their market. More

Get to the good stuff

By Brock McRea

When it comes to hiring, make sure to focus on the most important part: interviewing. More

Cut the overgrowth

By Katie Tuttle

There’s more to trimmers and edgers than just making a yard look nice. More

A green and white mixture

By Holly Hammersmith

Greenwise Organic Lawn Care uses a non-traditional approach to its snow removal services. More

Product Spotlight

PTX40 Service Plow

PELLA, Iowa – Vermeer has introduced a new walk-beside service plow with trencher for contractors who need a machine that can work in tight... More

Latest News

Word to the water-wise

By Dawn Hummel

Plants for drought-weary growers, landscapers and consumers. More

New Holland appoints VP

Bret Lieberman will lead the brand in North America, effective immediately. More

Schiller names new CFO

Pam Prior will manage the ground care's network of dealers and distributors worldwide. More

Suståne partners with Foster's

The company's entire retail line will be available through the lawn and garden distributor. More

Maxicom available via distributor agreement

John Deere Green Tech will sell Rain Bird's products within the states of Texas and Oklahoma. More

STIHL unveils new trimmers

The HS 82 and HS 87 use 20 percent less fuel than previous models. More

Southern Patio launches new website

The site will help gardeners shop for planters and furnishings that fit their specific needs. More

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Follow the current

Water expert Richard Restuccia gives us a first-hand account of the impact of the drought in California, and what it means for the national landscape industry in the future. Landscapers need to take advantage of the opportunity and present themselves as the solution to the drought, not the cause. More