From the Editor

BRUNT Introduces Marin Welted & Mulder Welted Work Boots

BRUNT Workwear has announced the launch of its first Goodyear welted construction work boots, built to handle the toughest job sites.
Turf April 2024 Issue

Turf April 2024 Issue

With a focus on the Living Landscape, the Turf April 2024 issue features permaculture yards, natural pools, battery equipment, and green roofs. Plus, how to increase online leads.
Nature Capital

Evaluating The “Nature Capital” Of Working & Natural Landscapes

How much is a landscape "worth? "How do we evaluate Nature Capital? In the past, natural assets have not been valued in a way that can be easily compared to traditional economic analyses for investment decisions.
eclipse

Eclipse 2024: Plant Reactions & Ways To Watch

In the 2017 eclipse, bees stopped buzzing and returned to their hives. Plants such as oxalis and mimosa opened and closed their leaves in response to the light and temperature.

Get To Know Natives: Kintzley’s Ghost Honeysuckle

Kintzley's Ghost Honeysuckle is deer-resistant, drought-resistant, attracts pollinators, and is non-invasive—with a highly interesting back story.
GrowVeg

April 1 News: How To Grow M&Ms In Your Garden!

Want to grow M&Ms in your garden? Popular Youtube channel, GrowVeg, explains how to sow and space your chocolate plants correctly, and demonstrates key techniques.
Stumpy

Final Bloom Of Beloved “Stumpy” Cherry Tree Is National News

Stumpy, a scraggly cherry tree who became beloved as a symbol of resilience during the pandemic, is marking its last Spring. Seawall rehabilitation of the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C. will require its removal in May.
Turf Design Build February 2024

Turf Design-Build: February 2024

Design-build — when solid know-how of construction and trade skills is merged with thoughtful and creative attention to design — is landscaping at its finest.
Leap Day

Leap Day: Why Do We Do It?

What is Leap Day? It's a correction to align our seasons & our calendar since the Earth actually rotates around the sun every 365.242 days.
Turf February 2024 Issue

Turf February 2024 Issue

Featuring the winner of the inaugural Turf Lawn Striping Contest, the February 2024 issue helps Green Industry professionals earn their stripes.

February 2: Groundhogs, Pancakes, and More Lore

It's Groundhog Day in the U.S! Will we have six more weeks of Winter? Or should we do as the French and just eat pancakes!?

This Spring Will Bring Billions Of Cicadas In Rare Brood Convergence

Fascinating, harmless, yet often annoying to outdoor workers, cicada swarms will be emerging in parts of the U.S. this year. Find out where.
salt

Study Reveals Salt Is “Sleeping Giant” Of Environmental Threats

A recent study shows salt is the sleeping giant of environmental threats to water and soil. Follow these tips for more responsible road salting as part of snow management.
minimum wage

Will You Be Affected By New Minimum Wage Increases?

Almost half of U.S. states increased their minimum wage requirements for employers as of January 1. Here are the numbers.

Taking Root: A Landscape Love Story

Turf's editor recalls her first experience in the transformative power of plantings and the empowering nature of creating beauty.
Troubleshooting Turfgrass Diseases

Turf Magazine’s Top Ten Most Popular Stories In 2023

Here are Turf magazine's top ten most popular stories in lawn and landscaping news for 2023.

Poinsettias: Stunning New Varieties & 10 Fun Facts

Check out photos of stunning new varieties of poinsettia, learn about Joel Robert Poinsett, and discover where they grow wild!
Turf December 2023 Issue

Turf December 2023 Issue

From landscape software and technology to dealing with animal damage, the Turf December 2023 issue provides Green Industry strategies for success.
Striping

Lawn Striping Finalists Announced! Vote For Your Favorite!

We've narrowed down the Top 10 Finalists of the Turf Lawn Striping Contest! Vote for your favorite on on the Turf facebook page!
World Soil Day

It’s World Soil Day! Here’s The Dirt

World Soil Day (WSD), a program of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, is held on December 5 every year (since...
ALB

USDA’s Most Recent Plans For Eliminating Asian Longhorned Beetle

Currently, 278.3 square miles are under federal quarantine for Asian longhorned beetle in Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, and South Carolina. Here's what to look for.
Buddleia Violet

Outsmarting Invasives

Today’s low seed set sterile cultivars are not your parent’s Bradford Pears.

Featured Videos

[VIDEO] Dickies®: Discover Workwear That’s Anything But Uniform

Looking for uniform solutions for your large team? An unmatched inventory and versatile looks are just a few reasons why companies trust Dickies®.

A Preview Of Hardscape North America 2024

New speakers, a new Hardscape Construction Roundtable, an expanded estimating session, and more are planned at Hardscape North America 2024.
John Deere P-Tier

John Deere Debuts Five New P-Tier Models & Three New Attachments

John Deere introduces the 330 and 334 P-Tier Skid Steer Loaders, the 331, 333 and 335 P-Tier Compact Track Loaders to market.
Autonomous Snow Plow

Remote-Operated, Autonomous Industrial Snow Plow Hits The Market

Teleo and Storm Equipment have introduced America’s only remote-operated and autonomous industrial snow plow.
Vulcan

Proposed Tax Break For Government Snow Removal Equipment In CA

California Senate Bill 546 proposes an exemption from the state sales and use tax for public entities purchasing dedicated snow removal vehicles.