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Encore Azalea announces new cold-hardy findings

8/13/2010

19 Encore Azalea varieties hardy to USDA Zone 6B; 10 varieties hardy to USDA Zone 6A More

DNA mapping reveals non-native ferns in plant trade

5/10/2010

Plants marketed as American natives may actually be exotic species from other parts of the globe More

Shemin purchases three former Skinner sites

5/5/2010

Acquisition opens new Texas market for Shemin and brings its total locations to 29 More

ARS Study Sheds Light on Sudden Oak Death Pathogen

9/18/2009

This discovery allows scientists to distinguish infections in other states as likely having originated from either California or the Pacific Northwest. More

Pennsylvania Game Commission Offers Seedlings for Landowners

2/10/2009

Landowners who want to plant trees beneficial to wildlife can order seedlings offered by the commission through April 24. More

Ecologist Says Planting Native Species Promotes Biodiversity

10/10/2008

Doug Tallamy was keynote speaker at invasive plants symposium organized by the Connecticut Invasive Plant Working Group Oct. 1. More

Landscape Designer Promotes Resilient Plants

10/3/2008

Jennifer Carlson offers her top-10 list of indsipensable plants. More

Nursery’s Failure Sprouts Worries among West Coast Plant Growers

10/1/2008

Bankruptcy news comes at a tough time for those in the nursery industry, where sales, profits are lagging. More

HORTICULTURE: Planting for Efficiency

9/10/2008

Strategically placed plant material reduces home energy costs. More

Movement to Recycle Horticultural Plastic Grows

9/10/2008

Positive steps are being taken to promote plastic pot recycling. More

Tree Care Pros Go to Training Camp to Fight Threatening Insects

11/29/2007

Bayer Environmental Science, Arborjet host invasive pest field day series. More

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Top news

Door to Door Sales Today: It’s not your parents’ sales approach

This old-school sales tactic can bring new vigor to your lawn care business.

EPA settles with DuPont

The company will pay a penalty to resolve alleged violations of pesticide reporting and distribution laws.

See ya, summer

With the warmer weather fading, LCOs across the country are preparing to treat turf for the fall.

The dangling carrot

Eric Barrett uses incentives to keep his workers motivated and his company growing.

National Mall Day of Service

NHLA participated in the event, hosted by the Trust for the National Mall.

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