Tag: drought tolerant

clover

Don’t Call It A Comeback

Clover's been here for years, but Miniclover® is getting a new look as an alternative to a traditional lawn. The traditional lawn — neat, green,...
drought

Plants Proven To Beat The Heat In Drought Conditions

  Do you have customer landscapes with plants that struggle to survive during periods of drought? Then you might want to look into winners of...
turfgrasses

Nine-Year, Multi-University Effort Develops Drought Tolerant Turfgrasses

  Water conservation is an increasing issue and turfgrass has deservedly gotten a bad rap as a thirsty consumer of this precious resource. (The typical...
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.
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.

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®.
Plant pests

USDA Invests $70 Million To Defend Against Plant Pests & Diseases

The USDA is investing $70 million to defend against plant pests and diseases including box tree moth and sudden oak death.

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.

Techo-Bloc Launches 2024 Hardscape Products & Trends

Techo-Bloc's 2024 theme of "Quiet Luxury" seen in new Caffè Crema color, Natural Stone Collection, and Silver Granite color.
McKay Landscape Lighting

Lighting A Lush Landscape

A “Secret Garden” project focuses on plants as highlights.