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Landscapes USA buys Peach Tree Landscapes
LUSA Holdings LLC, a holding company that does business as Landscapes USA, acquired Peach Tree Landscapes. Find out why the parent company will retain the Peach Tree brand.>>More
Groundwater levels shrinking, report shows
A new U.S. Geological Survey report shows that from 1900 to 2008, U.S. aquifers had been depleted at an alarming rate. See why the High Plains area has been hit especially hard. >>More
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Bayer CropScience Bayer CropScience breaks ground on Bee Care Center
As part of its 25-year commitment to honeybee health, Bayer CropScience will build a North American facility designed to support scientific research on bee health. >>More
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>Spring Valley names general manager
>Green Lawn Fertilizing earns BBB accreditation
MAINTENANCE NEWS
Tom Trotter Toro updates propane line
The Toro Co. says its line of Z Master Professional 6000 Series propane mowers now feature 27 hp Kohler Command Pro closed-loop electronic fuel injection propane engines They also qualify for the Propane Education and Research Council’s Propane Mower Incentive Program.>>More
>Breckenridge Landscaping acquires Prairie Tree
DESIGN/BUILD NEWS
PLANET logo PLANET design/build event set for Chicago
The Professional Landcare Network's Design/Build/Installation Specialty Group will hold its Design/Build/Installation Symposium in July. Check out which Windy City attraction will be the site of the first day's sessions. >>More
>R.I.G. Construction sale finalized
IRRIGATION NEWS
Greg Parker Irrigation Foundation names winning educator
The Irrigation Foundation has announced its 2013 Excellence in Education Award will go to Cathie Lavis, PhD, Associate Professor of Landscape Management, Kansas State University. See what her students had to say about her. >>More
>Rain Bird supports Green Sites program
>EPA plans specs for soil moisture-based controls
>11 states receive water management grants
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Marisa Palmieri 5 ways to improve your corporate impact
By Marisa Palmieri
Even companies that aren’t ready to make the full leap to being a Certified B Corporation have some options for incrementally improving their corporate social responsibility programs. Here's a look at how to get started.>>More
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