Montgomery County’s debate over where and how to ban cosmetic lawn pesticides heats up again next week as Council President George Leventhal (D-At Large) defends his far-reaching bill against a more narrowly drawn alternative.
In remembrance of Sept. 11 and the people affected by the attacks, below is a collection of articles published in Lawn & Landscape, highlighting companies that have reached out and given their time and effort to honor those lost.
After selling their $8 million Noon Turf Care business to TruGreen last month, Christopher and Matthew Noon won’t be sitting idle for very long. The duo is already working on a new franchise called Smart Lawn, which they plan to launch in January 2016.
Admission for GIE+EXPO, HNA and Landscapes is $15 through Friday, Sept. 11. The price goes up to $30 until October 18, when the price is raised to $60 per person.
A Denver startup is adding an investment from Amazon to the $3.4 million it raised in 2014 to improve and market a device that makes watering the lawn more efficient.