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Industry News, Green Issue

Lawn & Landscape’s September green issue continues here with more green tips and insight.

Heather Wood | September 11, 2008

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Lawn & Landscape’s September issue focused entirely on green practices and the notion that the industry needs to better promote the fact that it’s the original “green industry.” Our special online green section extends the comprehensive coverage from the pages of the magazine to the Web. Here you’ll find news about the latest green practices and examples of what methods other companies have already adopted. The articles from the magazine are easily accessed as well.

Here are some of the highlights:

Visit www.lawnandlandscape.com/green to read more about the original green industry.

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Irrigation classes endorsed by the IA

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