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Custom made

12/9/2013

As Custom Landscaping and Lawn Care services a growing base of clients, the firm keeps a close watch on operations and taps into the latest technology More

Ball Horticultural puts out call for sustainable product invention

6/6/2012

Company is looking for new green ideas More

NOAA: April third warmest on record

5/14/2012

The past 12 months and first third of the year were the warmest the nation has experienced. More

PGMS plants centennial tree

12/2/2011

The Professional Grounds Management Society collaborates with Arbor Day Foundation program. More

Time to spare

9/22/2011

Biofertility programs are allowing lawn care operators to produce quality lawns, often with fewer applications than synthetic fertilizer programs. More

Use your imagination

9/22/2011

An author sees growth in the trend of replacing lawns. More

Less work, better results

9/21/2011

Some say sustainable lawns are cheaper and easier to maintain. More

Excel donates electric mower to Greensburg

8/4/2010

The Hustler ZEON is the world’s first zero-turn all-electric riding mower. More

New York to offer "Be Green Organic Yard Care" training

7/1/2010

The trainings include proper planting, mulching, and pruning methods in an effort to use less chemical fertilizers. More

Aquascape Foundation installs rainwater harvesting system in Colombia

2/24/2010

Project benefits La Rosa de Saron school More

Permaloc contributes to 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition'

1/12/2010

Permaloc GeoEdge highlighted on a 'green' episode of the hit television series. More

Project EverGreen elects 2010 board of directors

12/28/2009

The program also announced the selection of North Carolina cities for a new EverGreen Zone. More

Green walls taking root in green building design

11/2/2009

New vertical designs provide insulation and remove air pollutants. More

See the Green: New Sprint 5 Pound Packaging Shipments

10/5/2009

Becker Underwood moves to more environmentally-friendly packaging. More

CSX Kicks Off 'Trees for Tracks' with Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

9/18/2009

The nation’s third largest railway works to change an asphalt playground into a green space. More

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Top news

Scotts acquires structural pest control company

This is the first time Scotts has purchased a home pest control business.

Lawn & Landscape names 2014 Leadership Award winners

Four luminaries were honored for their dedication to the landscape industry.

Shake your eight ball

We look at seven of the top concerns and trends facing landscapers as they face 2015.

Everyone makes mistakes

Watch this Harvester video to see industry leaders admit some of their mistakes.

New landscape irrigation sprinkler standard

ICC and ASABE announced the first ANSI standard to establish uniform testing procedures.

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