Monday, March 30, 2015

Top Stories

The grass is greener

By Kate Spirgen

A healthier housing market is good news for the lawn and landscape industry. More

The paper trail

What do you do when an employee asks to be fired? Jason Cupp, former business owner and now growth consultant, shares HR horror stories and talks with editor Chuck Bowen about the importance of documentation. More

Dry and mighty

By Kate Spirgen

Xeriscapes can give your customers a high-impact, low-maintenance landscape option. More

The heart of irrigation

By Anne Marie Hardie

Proper installation and maintenance of valves keeps systems pumping along. More

Easy SEO

By Chris Heiler

Try these seven search engine optimization quick-fixes for your lawn care and landscaping website. More

Product Spotlight

T Series

Coxreels' Stainless Steel T Series has been expanded and features a total of nine models. Six new models have been included into this specialty... More

Latest News

Porous Pave replaces tree grates

Grand Rapids has replaces 250 broken grates and will replace the remaining 500 by July. More

Dan Ariens receives 2015 award

WTEA and ITEEA presented him with the National STEM Education Partner of the Year Award. More

Certified manager program offered online

PLANET's certification program has previously only been offered as a print-based self-study. More

AirSpade launches E-commerce website

On the new site, customers can review, select and purchase air excavation tools. More

GreenCare for Troops expands

The program will now include services for wounded and disabled veterans. More

Dixie Chopper introduces EFI models

The two mowers in it's 2015 line-up will feature Kohler's Command PRO EFI engine. More

Ruppert Landscape promotes branch manager

The position is a direct result of a new branch opening in Washington, D.C. More

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The number of jobs available is growing for LCOs, but there's only so much plant material on the market. Cameron Cantrelle, CEO of Plantbid, talks about how to network to get what you need. More