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- 08/21/17--13:10: Industry roundup: Tobroco introduces Giant D337T X-TRA
- 10/11/17--13:06: Product roundup: Eterra introduces 74-inch Typhoon Brush Cutter
- 10/20/17--08:00: Enhancing urban sustainability with green roofs and walls
- 11/13/17--13:49: Conserva Irrigation looks to be national brand via franchises
- 12/15/17--11:46: Industry roundup: Orbit Irrigation Products names new president
- 01/02/18--13:01: Remind clients that plants still need water even in the winter
- 02/06/18--13:00: Planting between the lines: Utilizing space between pavers
- 05/30/18--14:04: Turfgrass tips to prep customers’ lawns for the summer
- 07/18/18--12:51: Landscapers give their time and talent at Renewal & Remembrance
Along with the standard Giant D337T, Tobroco Machines says this model will now be available in the X-TRA version as well. The company says that the D337T X-TRA will have a lower front frame and thus a lower center of gravity, which they say will result in excellence on the attachments and stability of the […]
Last year Eterra Attachments debuted its 60-inch Typhoon Brush Cutter and this year it adds the 74-inch model. The new attachment has been designed with heavy-duty machines in mind and needs 32-50 GPM of hydraulic flow at up to 5,000 PSI. With the gate closed, this brush cutter can handle up to 4-inch material while […]
While your customers may think fall is the time things start winding down and they no longer need your lawn care expertise, their yards are still susceptible to a number of turf diseases. Adam Armit, a senior sales executive with Park West, based in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, shares some of his advice on fighting […]
Green roofs and walls are changing the face of modern urban landscapes. They are popping up across the globe like mushrooms after a heavy rain in the fall. But, not everyone is quick to embrace this trend, failing to realize that green surfaces are much more than an aesthetically pleasing tweak. They give us a […]
Russ Jundt had a background in finance, but that didn’t stop him from wanting to make a difference in the green industry. In 2010, Jundt and fellow founder Tom Olson, created Conserva Irrigation to remedy the wasteful use of water in the landscape. “It’s a niche and being on the water conservation side, we’re filling […]
The board of directors has chosen Stuart Eyring to be the president of Orbit Irrigation Products as KC Ericksen retired from the role yesterday. Ericksen will continue to serve on Pro-Mark Inc.’s board of directors, the holding company of Orbit and Hydro-Rain. Eyring will continue to serve as president of Hydro-Rain as well, a position […]
The Construction Division of the Husqvarna Group has signed an agreement to acquire the Light Compaction and Concrete Equipment business from Atlas Copco. “Atlas Copco’s Light Compaction & Concrete Equipment business fits well into Husqvarna Construction’s strategy for expanding deeper into the market segment of concrete surfaces and floors,” said Kai Wärn, president and CEO […]
During the winter, it can be tempting to want to stay indoors until springtime returns. However, customers should be reminded of the importance of winter watering during this chilly season. While water usage in broadleaf trees drops during this season, it never completely stops and evergreen trees transpire more water in the winter, making them […]
When you take a look at pavers in a landscape, sometimes you may see there are plants present in the gaps between them. This is done for a number of reasons, whether that be to improve drainage or just add a bit more green to the hardscape. But whatever the reason, it does give you […]
The Irish Hunger Memorial in Manhattan may not be the first landmark that comes to mind when you think of things to visit in New York City, but thanks to the work of CTA Architects and The LiRo Group, along with others, this monument has been restored to its intended appearance. The Memorial was created […]
While the approaching summer time will coax more homeowners outdoors with warmer temperatures and longer days, it is important to take advantage of the remaining springtime to prep your clients’ yard for summer stressors. Turfgrass is resilient and can take a beating but increased temperatures and high foot traffic can make even the hardiest lawn […]
Landscapers gathered in Washington D.C. once more on July 15-17 for the National Association of Landscape Professionals’ (NALP) 22nd annual Renewal & Remembrance event. One of the iconic events the organization hosts in the year, approximately 400 members of the green industry and their families gathered at Arlington National Cemetery to serve. Projects varied from […]