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TOP HEADLINES
Ohio sues landscaping business owner
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine filed a lawsuit against Thomas Huber Jr., operating faulty landscaping services under three business names, for multiple violations of consumer laws. Find out how his unfair business practices deceived homeowners. >>More
LAWN CARE NEWS
WVDA Oregon to require state-specific label on some insecticides
The Oregon Department of Agriculture instituted measures designed to protect bees from exposure to certain pesticides. Pesticide manufacturers will be required to include an Oregon-specific label on some products. >>More
>WVDA, Bayer to preserve Cathedral State Park
>The Andersons sues Harrell’s, others over
  patent infringement

MAINTENANCE NEWS
Photo courtesy of Ariens Ariens acquires 3 direct marketing brands
Ariens Co. signed a definitive agreement to acquire select assets of three specialty direct marketing brands from W. W. Grainger: Gempler’s, Ben Meadows and AW Direct. Find out how Arien's CEO says the acquisitions will diversify its distribution platform. >>More
>Ruppert CEO named Catholic Business
  Person of the Year
DESIGN/BUILD NEWS
Photo Courtesy of Vectorworks Vectorworks 2014 available
in Spanish

Nemetschek Vectorworks released Spanish versions of its 2014 Vectorworks design software, including Vectorworks Designer, Architect, Landmark, Spotlight, Fundamentals and Renderworks. Read about the software's 130 improvements and the new product line for 2014. >>More
IRRIGATION NEWS
Irrigation Show 3 keys to a ‘smarter’
business model

In October, Taylor Irrigation Service became the first Texas-based irrigation designer/contractor to win the EPA’s WaterSense Partner of the Year Award. Its president, John Taylor, shares tips with LM on how to successfully sell efficient irrigation systems. >>More
ON THE RECORD Insights from LM's editors and Green Industry leaders
Gregg Robertson Why immigration reform
is inevitable

By Gregg Robertson
While the time for immigration reform may not be this year, or even next, the forces driving the topic in Congress are inexorable. Find out the three reasons why. >>More
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