A pernicious pest

June 8, 2012

The emerald ash borer is the “worst forest pest ever” to hit the United States, according to Joe Chamberlin, Valent’s field development manager for the Southeast. The tiny green insects have infested thousands of trees across the country and show no signs of stopping. And as cities reel from the impact, LCOs have an opportunity to help stanch the bleeding. L&L Editor Chuck Bowen talks with Chamberlin to learn how contractors can help control and prevent EAB for their clients, and use the pest as an opportunity to provide top-notch customer service.


New lawn care application technologies

June 2, 2015

Dr. Eric Miltner from Koch Turf & Ornamental's technical staff outlines new solutions to perennial agronomic problems. He shares what advancements are being made in application technologies and how... Read More

Compost on the course

December 15, 2011

Sixmile Creek Golf Course in Waunakee, Wisc. has been using compost to cut down on the amount of synthetic products used on the course. Steve Stumbras of Purple Cow Organics, LLC, shares how it can... Read More