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Overtime Rule in limbo as Obama administration appeals injunction
Just days before the Department of Labor’s nationwide Overtime Rule was slated to take effect, a federal judge in Texas issued a preliminary injunction blocking the rule. Discover what both sides are saying following the ruling. >>More
NALP, Harvest Group launch
retention, recruiting educational event

The People Academy Live is an intensive, two-day workshop that will walk landscape industry experts through a comprehensive step-by-step system for recruiting and retaining “the right people,” according to NALP. Find out where the workshop will take place this winter. >>More
Mower Man Indie Award semifinalist Mower Man reaches thousands on social media
Despite being a small, one-man operation, David Ovando, aka Mower Man, has made a name for himself in the landscape industry with his large social media following. Here are a few social media lessons from the digital guru. >>More
Registration opens for HortScholar program
HortScholars will spend seven days in Columbus, Ohio, assisting with the behind-the-scenes logistics of preparing for Cultivate’17, AmericanHort’s annual trade show and educational program. >>More
>People on the Move: Toro names vp of Sitework Systems; Buyers adds national accounts manager; BASF promotes two
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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Indianapolis company finds
success with focus on solar energy

Hinged on his strong belief in sustainability, one Indianapolis business owner decided to turn to solar energy to help get his business off the ground. Find out how the community is responding to the company's eco-friendly initiatives. >>More
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Milwaukee Milwaukee intros new outdoor power equipment
Milwaukee Tool launched three landscape maintenance tools: the M18 Fuel String Trimmer, M18 Fuel Blower and M18 Fuel Hedge Trimmer. Get the lowdown on the newest machines. >>More
JDLink now available on select
large-frame Deere models

John Deere made its JDLink available as a factory-installed option on all new John Deere large-frame G-Series skid-steers (330G, 332G) and compact track loaders (331G, 333G). Check out all the features available with the JDLink dashboard. >>More
Toro Toro launches web-enabled smart controller platform
Using proprietary RF technology, SMRT Logic works with the SMRTscape app to enable mobile wireless control of irrigation systems, outdoor lighting and more using a smartphone, tablet or PC. >>More
Hunter Industries introduces
the ICC2 commercial controller

Specifically designed for larger projects, the ICC2 comes in a plastic cabinet version with 38 stations and a metal cabinet model that can handle up to 54 stations. >>More
Sol Chip Sol Chip unveils autonomous wireless solar tag
The Sol Chip Comm device is solar powered and designed to operate continuously for more than 10 years with no maintenance requirements, Sol Chip said. >>More
Signature Control Systems
debuts two new controllers

Signature Control Systems' Wi-Fi-based controllers have been WaterSense approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Keep reading to find out how the controllers can save up to 40 percent of water use in residential yards. >>More
Salt smart
With the release of sustainable salt-use guidelines, SIMA aims to push the snow industry forward and help industry members make wiser decisions regarding salt operations. >>More
ON THE RECORD Insights from LM's editors and landscape industry leaders
Henriksen Why the industry’s lobbying efforts need support
In her latest column, Missy Henriksen discusses the importance of Political Action Committees and how getting involved can make a difference. >>More

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