Sunday, March 01, 2015

Top Stories

PLANET unveils a new name

By Chuck Bowen

10 years after it was formed, the industry’s national association has updated its name and logo as part of a strategic rebranding. More

Scheme for a dream team

By Bob Coulter, JP Horizons

Great people want to earn an A and it’s up to you to help them develop the right discipline to make this happen. More

Plants and personalities

By Lawn & Landscape

L&L attended the iLandscape show in Illinois and learned about native landscaping and how to deal with different types people. More

Worth the work

By Lindsey Getz

While consumers want low-maintenance plants, they still have appreciation for a beautiful bloom that needs attention. More

Gender be damned

By Jennifer Lemcke

Whether you are a man or woman, the qualities of a true leader are the same. More

Product Spotlight

Mustang Zero-Tail Compact Excavators

Mustang, has introduced the all-new, zero-tail compact excavator product line to the North American market. The all-new Mustang... More

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Profile Products honors distributors

The distribution partners' accomplishments were recognized at the annual awards ceremony. More

IA relocating headquarters

The Irrigation Association will be moving on March 4. More

SipcamAdvan to market Rotam

The company has become the exclusive marketer and seller of the products. More

RYAN Lawn & Tree acquires dealer

The lawn and tree care company has acquired Maisch Small Engine. More

OPEAA names new board

The 2015-2016 Officers and Board of Directors were named at the annual meeting. More

UAC gives 29 awards

The professional landscape awards were handed out Feb. 24. More

New Vermeer mini skid-steer

The CTX50 features a vertical lift path, which allows for an increased lifting capacity. More

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The state of social media for business

It’s not a bad thing, but Landscape Leadership’s Chris Heiler says the buzz of social media has worn off a bit for companies. Heiler gives tips on how you can still use it to market your company, and discusses some other trends he sees happening in 2015. More