Monday, June 29, 2015

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Cut the overgrowth

By Katie Tuttle

There’s more to trimmers and edgers than just making a yard look nice. More

A green and white mixture

By Holly Hammersmith

Greenwise Organic Lawn Care uses a non-traditional approach to its snow removal services. More

Caught on culture

By Kristen Hampshire

How successful landscape firms get their seasonal and full-time employees to live the company values. More

Life-like proposals

By Stacie Zinn Roberts

Landscapers improve efficiency and increase sales with design software. More

Follow the current

In this podcast, Richard Restuccia gives a first-hand account of the drought in California. More

Product Spotlight

Leonard heavy duty brooms

Built to last with a high quality 3 by 1-1/8-inch hardwood block, Leonard heavy duty brooms come with a lifetime warranty. Highly concentrated 4... More

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Waterproof electric winches avaiable

Buyers Products offers the new commercial-grade products in two sizes. More

NHLA announces new board

The alliance's new leadership is for the 2015-2016 term. More

Hunter Industries acquires Fresno company

Alex-Tronix Landscape Irrigation Products has been in the business since 1977. More

John Deere updates K-Series

The wheel loader lineup will now adhere to Final Tier 4 emissions standards. More

JCB introduces 90Z-1

The tailswong compact excavator has a more powerful engine than then 86C-1. More

Gachina recognized at awards ceremony

The company received four awards from the CLCA San Francisco Bay Area chapter. More

STIHL president to retire

Fred Whyte has held the position for the last 23 years. 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