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Turf August 2022 Issue

Turf August 2022 Issue

Editor's Letter It’s Christmas in July... or, as we call it: Snow Management in August! As temperatures soar into +95 ̊F here, it seems very unseasonal...
GoMaterials 2022

What Landscape Plants Are In Short Supply? Report Released

Landscape material procurement marketplace GoMaterials released a report today detailing the severity of 2022 plant shortages. According to the report, "The sizes impacted by...
Popular Plantings

Popular Plantings For Landscapes In 2022

Reliable favorites, new introductions, and trends to watch.   A  new year means new plantings. What are the most popular favorites? What will “wow” your clients?...
Tree Selection

Tree Selection For Wind, Salt & Fire Risks

Climate extremes and storms seem to increasingly dominate headlines. Drought, forest fires, hurricanes, and flooding are just a few of the weather-related crises we...
PBI Gordon

Two New Training Modules Available From PBI Gordon

PBI Gordon introduces the Atrimmec Plant Growth Regulator and Segway Fungicide SC modules to its library of FREE training courses. PBI Gordon Turf Training Program...
Doug Tallamy

Why Mighty Oaks Should Be On Your Planting List

To many, Doug Tallamy needs no introduction. A renowned ecologist, his 2020 NY Times Best Seller, Nature’s Best Hope, showed homeowners how to turn...
Pesticides And Fertilizers

Get Equipped: Pesticides And Fertilizers

Take a look at this assortment of pesticides and fertilizers that can add value to your professional lawn care and landscaping services. Finalsan® From Neudorff Finalsan®...
Turf February 2022 Issue

Turf February 2022 Issue

Editor's Letter: March Madness Like some of you, I live in a seasonal climate of winter days that are short on sun, but long on...
Pesticides

Get Equipped: Pesticides

Take a look at this assortment of pesticides, fungicides, insecticides and more that can add value to your professional lawn care and landscaping services. EcoCore™...
Winter Pruning

The Whys Of Winter Pruning & More

While there’s a lot of landscaping tasks that need to take place before the first freeze, luckily tree and shrub pruning is not one...
tree species analysis

Performing A Tree Species Analysis

Do your clients have too many of too few tree species? Probably. An overabundance of just a handful—such as elm, eucalyptus, Austrian pine,...
pests Spotted Lanternfly

Three Tree & Shrub Pests To Watch

Last December, a CNN article declared 2020 as the year of scary bugs. But 2021 has perhaps been worse with the return of the...
Turf Spring 2020

Turf Spring 2020 Issue

Editor's Letter: Where Will You Grow This Year? Keeping customer lawns and landscapes green and healthy keeps your business in “the green” and healthy, too....
Turf Summer 2020 Issue

Turf Summer 2020 Issue

Editor's Letter: Strange Times Indeed It’s downright surreal to be writing this as the world fights a virus unlike anything I’ve experienced in my lifetime....
Turf Summer 2020 Issue

Turf Fall 2020 Issue

Editor's Letter: Shifting Gears Autumn is a time of transition. Even more so for landscapers. For many, it means getting ready to run a completely...
Turf Winter 2020 Issue

Turf Winter 2020 Issue

Editor's Letter: In The Bleak Mid-Winter If you’re like me, you’d rather hibernate this winter under a sign reading, “Wake me when the pandemic’s over!”...
Turf Spring 2021 Issue

Turf Spring 2021 Issue

Editor's Letter: We Can Be Heroes Right now I feel like a superhero. I feel nearly invincible. Why? Because I’ve gotten my first COVID vaccination...
Summer 2021 Issue

Turf Summer 2021 Issue

Editor's Letter: Good, Better, Best In the Turf Summer 2021 issue, we focus on Sustainability & Going Green—a topic close to my heart. In my...
weather

Winter Weather Survey: Were You Prepared?

Were you fully equipped to handle snow and ice management this past winter? Is weather affecting your overall purchasing or planting decisions? These are...
NYC Parks

Out With The Old (Trees), In With The New

ADM Landscape Corporation, a full-service design, build and maintenance landscaping firm, received approval from NYC Parks Forestry to remove 20 wild-grown, City-owned “weed trees,”...
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.

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

Green Roof Installation

Why limit your landscaping services? Take them to greater heights.
Natural Swimming Pools & Ponds

Natural Swimming Pools & Ponds

Landscape design, Nature, and recreation all meet in this stunning and fun eco-alternative.
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.