Friday, October 24, 2014

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The right direction

By Brian Horn

The GIE+EXPO is growing and so are the companies of contractors attending the show. More

Shake your eight ball

By Lindsey Getz

We look at seven of the top concerns and trends facing landscapers as they face 2015. More

Command your troops

By Kristen Hampshire

When it comes to subcontracting, controlling the process can prevent an unwelcome customer defeat. More

Kubota enters skid-steer market

The two models, introduced at its national dealer day, will be available in May of 2015. More

V is for versatility

By Anne-Marie Hardie

Increase productivity by investing in a v-blade. 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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Cooking outside

By Katie Tuttle

When it comes to designing and installing outdoor kitchens, there’s a lot to consider. More

Survive and prosper

By Katie Tuttle

Don’t just be a contractor who is treading water. More

PLANET gets to work

The group organized a day where volunteers helped revitilize three different places in Louisville. More

Tools for the job

A number of big players released new and improved equipment. More

Lawn & Landscape names 2014 Leadership Award winners

Four luminaries were honored for their dedication to the landscape industry. More

Turnarounds, profits and estimating

By Katie Tuttle and Kate Spirgen

A trio of educational sessions highlighted companies that made a comeback, what to change if you aren’t making enough money and how to estimate a job correctly. More

Not just a UTV

By Katie Tuttle

Gravely introduced a jobsite vehicle, Michelin and John Deere partner and other products released at the show. More

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Brown is the new green

In response to recent drought conditions in California, John Gachina, founder, president and CEO of Gachina Landscape Management, discusses his company's water management program, the hiring of a water resource manager and what it means for the industry. More