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September cover >Benefits of compact equipment attachments

>Efficiency Tip: Shortening the workweek

Pro-Turn Yamaha, Gravely
launch partnership

Yamaha Motor Corp. is entering the landscape market with two new V-Twin EFI engines available for order in Gravely’s Pro-Turn 200 and 400 lines of zero-turn mowers. Learn more about partnership and what benefits the engines will bring to Gravely models. >>More
Bruce Wilson & Co.,
Envisor to partner on training

Together the consulting firms will design and operate a co-branded program that will offer workshops, seminars and courses on the keys to landscape business success. Discover what topics the program will focus on. >>More
Johnson Gibson, Johnson share more on Swingle-LawnAmerica merger
Leaders from both companies share thoughts on the merger, including how much revenue LawnAmerica adds to Swingle and how long the deal was in the works. >>More
Smart Service skilled trade scholarship
now accepting applications

Do you know any students going to school to become a landscape pro? Have them check out this scholarship opportunity worth $1,000 twice a year. >>More
>Companies in the News: Gachina honored as top woman-owned business; Douglas Dynamics makes Forbes list; more from Case, Akehurst, Wright
GPS Insight NEW: 2017 Landscape Fleet Manager’s Almanac
Telematics is certainly a major growth area for landscape fleet management. But so are fleet management topics like vehicle acquisition, fuel management, and safety. Here’s your guide to stay on top of these four important aspects to fleet and the latest trends moving into 2017.
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Toro launches 2017 Super Bowl
sports turf training program

The winning turfgrass science student will work alongside the Super Bowl grounds crew at NRG Stadium on turf maintenance, logo painting, field preparation for media day and more. Know a student who would be interested? Check out the application details. >>More
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Altoz Altoz intros tracked
zero-turn mower

Equipped with rear-mounted tracks and torsional suspension system, Altoz's new TRX allows mowing professionals to maintain places difficult to cut with a traditional zero-turn mower, the company said. Find out how. >>More
Case, Folcomer and Groff assist with
disaster response training program

Case Construction Equipment, Folcomer Equipment and Groff Tractor provided equipment and training support to veteran-led disaster response organization Team Rubicon. Read on to learn more about the program and how it prepares volunteers for disaster response operations. >>More
Rain Bird to host irrigation
training events across the U.S.

Rain Bird Training Services offers two different training programs to help irrigation professionals enhance their skill sets, become better water managers and improve their career prospects. Get the full scoop on the programs. >>More
Fisher Fisher, SnowEx launch
pink promotions

Heading to the 2016 GIE+EXPO? Find out how you can support breast cancer awareness and win a limited edition pink Fisher XVS V-plows or pink SnowEx V-Maxx SP-7550 spreader. >>More
ON THE RECORD Insights from LM's editors and landscape industry leaders
Jeffrey Scott Why you need a bifocal growth strategy
In his latest column, Jeffrey Scott explains the logic behind his bifocal growth strategy and how it can help you look past short-term obstacles and focus on future goals. >>More

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