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Healing power of public spaces subject of research
Research will soon be underway to examine the healing effects of peaceful outdoor spaces. Find out which recent disaster areas will receive the Open Spaces Sacred Places to be studied. >>More
LAWN CARE NEWS
Orkin obtains Green Plus
Pest control company Orkin has extended its services by obtaining Lawn & Ornamental Green Services, also known as Green Plus, which is based in Southern Florida. >>More
>FMC herbicide registered for use in 2 more states
>The Andersons awarded ninth DG patent
MAINTENANCE NEWS
Exmark logo Exmark names vice president
Judy Altmaier has been named vice president and general manager of Exmark Manufacturing, based in Beatrice, Neb., where she will lead a strong team of employees. >>More
>SIMA holds Snow Strategies Forum
>Veterans join U.S. Lawns
>Buffalo TLC division follows fee-for-service model
DESIGN/BUILD NEWS
PLANET logo OFA selects scholars
OFA – The Association of Horticulture Professionals has chosen six students to its scholars’ program. Find out whose horticulture careers will receive a boost from the education and networking opportunities the program provides. >>More
IRRIGATION NEWS
Greg Parker ValleyCrest earns supplier award
Investment management firm Jones Lang LaSalle named ValleyCrest Landscape Cos. a Supplier of Distinction, one of only six companies to receive recognition. >>More
>Hunter helps promote Smart Irrigation Month
>ETwater boosts controller compatibility
>Smart Irrigation Month recognition grows
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Marisa Palmieri Poisoned Auburn University oak trees more than 80 years old
By Beth Geraci
Now that the trees destroyed by a rival football fan have been chopped down, two Auburn University professors studying growth rings on one of the trees have estimated their ages. Read on to learn what they plan to do good with the wood. >>More


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