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Only organics

7/19/2012

Rick Brosseau no longer uses synthetic chemicals, and instead goes the bionutrition route. More

The other side

7/5/2012

Matthew Johnson knows the inner workings of HOAs. More

What clients want

7/5/2012

You can find out by simply asking them. More

Not so fast

6/19/2012

Switching to organics isn’t as simple as some LCOs might think. More

Knowing both sides

6/19/2012

Kris Ashby is well-educated on chemical and organic services alike. More

Dow Agrosciences introduces Turflon Ester Ultra

5/24/2010

Petroleum-free formula reduces environmental impact. More

'Corrected' UC-Irvine study shows turfgrass to be positive sequester of carbon

3/3/2010

The Toro Company partners with leading researchers to further improve efficiency. More

Econem Receives EPA Registration as First Pasteuria Product for Sting Nematode Control in Turf

9/18/2009

Pasteuria Bioscience has received EPA registration for Econem biologicial nematicide for control of sting nematodes in turf. More

University of Iowa Wants Artificial Turf

2/2/2009

The university will ask the state Board of Regents for permission to replace Kinnick Stadium's 20-year-old drainage system. More

UConn Hosts Turfgrass Management Event

9/2/2008

Attendees included landscape contractors, golf course superintendents, sports turf managers, etc. More

Grigg Brothers To Launch New Microburst Formulation

8/15/2008

New formulation has the added benefits of being totally chelated and phosphate stable. More

Study Shows Responsibly Managed Lawns Reduce Carbon Footprint

6/23/2008

Healthy turfgrass can capture as much as four times more carbon from the air than is produced by the engine of today’s lawnmowers, the study found. More

Turf and Plant Health Podcast Available

6/17/2008

Listen to our interview with Scott Inman of Roots/Novozymes for tips on enhancing plant health. More

QUICK TIPS Late Summer Lawn Care

8/22/2007

Yard Doctor Trey Rogers Ph.D., offers some emergency help for troubled areas and tips on what can be done right now to help promote better yard next year. More

Sod-Farm Irrigation in Mississippi Could Become Stormy Topic

1/2/2007

Water is a valuable renewable resource, so whether local ground water should be used to irrigate a very large sod farm during the dry season could be a hot topic. More

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