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It’s Spring! Get A Jump On Invasive Insects With These USDA Updates

Today's the first day of Spring and along with greening turfgrass, singing birds, and blooming daffodils, are the far less welcome signs of warming temperatures—the return of hungry invasive insects.
Hydrangea

New Plants & Trends For 2024

Refresh customer landscapes with stunning new plant varieties and most-wanted ideas.
Bandit Chippers

The Cat Powered Bandit Intimidator. Are You Intimidated?

The Cat® powered Bandit Intimidator™ is packed with compact power, so you can get to chipping with minimal downtime.

National Collegiate Landscape Competition Heads To Brigham Young University

The National Collegiate Landscape Competition, is set to take place from March 13-16, 2024, at Brigham Young University in Provo, UT.
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Davey Will Recycle Wood Waste Into Biochar Soil Additive At New Facility

Davey Tree Expert Company has opened a biochar facility in East Dundee, IL, that will recycle wood waste from client properties and turn it into an environmentally friendly soil additive, biochar.

New National Seed Strategy To Ensure Native Plant Supply

Nearly $18 million will be provided to ensure ready sources of native seeds and advance a new National Seed Strategy Keystone Initiative.
Spatola Project EverGreen

Spatola Appointed to Project EverGreen’s Board

Arborjet | Ecologel has shared that Sarah Spatola, Director of Product Marketing, has recently been appointed as a new board member for Project EverGreen....
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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.
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.
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.

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Husqvarna Chainsaws

Husqvarna Launches New Game-Changing Innovation In Chainsaws

The new T542i XP® and 542i XP® chainsaws from Husqvarna feature game changing features and benefits for tree and landscape professionals.
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.
Design-Build Equipment

Get Equipped: Design-Build Equipment

From trenchers to compact track loaders and excavators, this assortment of design-build equipment will help your professional lawn care and landscaping services team get the job done.
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Lakeside Landscape Project: Manitou Watch

Twin Bay Landscaping designs dunegrasses, a boardwalk, and cozy gathering spaces to honor the lake life.