Friday, July 31, 2015

Top Stories

ACA update

By Mark Battersby

What the SCOTUS latest rulings mean for Obamacare and your business. More

Teaching vs. presenting

By Marty Grunder

Teachers make a difference and change people’s lives, while presenters often don't make that big of an impact.. More

Extreme choices

By Leslie Finical Halleck

Choose the right plant for the right place whether you have too much water or not enough. More

Outside in

By Kate Spirgen

Interiorscaping is taking plant design and installation to a whole new frontier. More

The true price of a beautiful lawn

By Jake Johnson

A veteran comments on the meaning of Renewal and Remembrance Day in Arlington National Cemetery. More

Product Spotlight

Strongway Product Line

BURNSVILLE, Minn. – Northern Tool + Equipment has launched a Strongway product line of seasonal lawn and garden tools. The new products... More

Latest News

HydroPoint promotes Charles Zaher

After 8 years with the company, he will take on the position of regional vice president of channel sales. More

WorkWave grows recurring revenue

The first half of 2015 also saw the company increasing staff by nearly 30 percent. More

Bayer names key account manager

Mike Dzurenko will be in charge of the North American turf and ornamentals business. More

ETwater launches SmartClub

The program will help raise awareness about water savings and smart irrigation. More

New HDD Advisor released

The web-based tool can be used with both Ditch Witch and Vermeer drills. More

Greenscape supports community effort

The company's team is volunteering to help build a fort at Marbles Kids Museum. More

NCNLA awards horticulture scholarships

Three students were chosen for the program following a competitive application process. 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