Wednesday, September 02, 2015

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Acquistions from the buyer's perspective

By Brian Horn

Jim Huston’s summer brainstorming session focused on the ups and downs of buying companies and also included an inside look at one of L&L’s Top 100 companies. More

Take stock of seeds

By Kate Spirgen

Grass prices have stabilized and should stay steady. More

On the fringe

By Mark Battersby

Certain perks can be used as magnets to find and keep good employees. More

Heavy duty

By Kate Spirgen

Strategies for pricing the big jobs and handling your largest pieces of equipment. More

GIE+EXPO continues to expand

By Lawn & Landscape

The show will co-locate with HNA again, and both will feature new opportunities for attendees. More

Product Spotlight


LAKE MILLS, Wisc. – Installing short utility runs beneath landscaping, driveways and sidewalks can be done with the redesigned Sidewalker... More

Latest News

Companies unite under one name

Yellowstone Landscape will be the new brand name for Austin Outdoor and BIO Landscape. More

Orange County honors local landscapers

The 2015 Beautification Awards were given to 17 local contractors. More

Upcoming education event

The Resilient Landscaping event in Fresno will feature professionals from different industry organizations. More

Living landscapes matter

Share this OPEI infographic with your customers to educate them on the benefits of a lawn. More

JDL acquires Tieco

The irrigation company has six locations in Alabama and Florida. More

Ford debates vehicle return

The company is considering bringing back the Bronco SUV and Ranger pickup in the U.S. More

Corona features new handsaw

The UT 65040 can cut PVC, plastics, laminates, wood and more. 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