Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Top Stories

A need for seed

By Rob Thomas

The main ingredient needed to grow turf has declined recently, but a comeback is expected this year. More

The Death Book

By John Allin

Sure, it’s morbid. But it’s essential. Create an instruction manual for your company in the event of your untimely demise. More

An anti-complacency culture

By Kristen Hampshire

Employees at Capstone Landscape Management are pumped – and the company is primed for growth. Why? There’s no opportunity to get stale. More

Humor in the landscape

By Kristen Hampshire

Beyond the catchy name, entrepreneur Jan Bills is building three compelling brands while filling market niches for specialty landscape/gardening and women’s work wear. More

Dealing with drought

By Katie Tuttle

L&L talked with landscapers throughout the state to see how they’re faring with the conditions. 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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IA launches new Water Features and Lake Management CIG

The new CIG will provide a forum for IA members to discuss new technologies. More

Morbark increases safety emphasis

The ChipSafe shield and training requirements are designed to increase brush chipper safety. More

Cat's Built For It trials

Five of Cat's machines go head-to-head with a stack of blocks in this video. More

Two upcoming California events

The two gatherings are to accelerate the pace of change toward more sustainable landscapes in the state. More

PGMS accepting Green Star applications

Professional Grounds Management unveils new system for submissions. More

CORE launches new line

CORE Elite's string trimmer and handheld blower are now available nationwide. More

Calif. foundation plants more than 1,000 trees

The new trees are replacing the 400 removed for the Endeavour route. More

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A boost for the little guy

Bill Brunelle, the executive director or Independent We Stand, talks about the organization's new app, which makes it easier for consumers to find small green industry companies. More