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Dinosaurs and Technology in Landscaping
Will Boomers in the green/snow industries get wiped out by the ilk of the smart phone just as dinosaurs were wiped out by a giant hunk of rock from space? Don't count on it!
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SiteOne acquires Carolinas-based company
SiteOne Landscape Supply, a national wholesale distributor of landscape supplies in the U.S., acquired Evergreen Partners, which has two locations in Raleigh, N.C., and Myrtle Beach, S.C. >>More
Kawasaki Kawasaki moves R&D
to Grand Rapids

The research and development wing (R&D) of the Engines Division of Kawasaki Motors Corp. has moved from Marysville, Mo., to the division’s headquarters in Grand Rapids, Mich. Find out what this move means for the company. >>More
Midwest Green Industry
Experience grows for 2018 event

The Kentucky Nursery and Landscape Association (KNLA) will welcome its members to the 2018 Midwest Green Industry Experience in lieu of holding the annual KNLA Spring Training and Showplace. Learn more about this year's event. >>More
>People on the Move: Massey exec named CEO of the Year; LandCare promotes five; Kawasaki hires R&D personnel; NALP hires technical education director
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GPS Insight Is Vehicle Telematics Right For Your Landscape Fleet?
If you aren’t sure, this is the article for you. Dive into the "Big Brother" theory, budget concerns, the hassle and more. Compare both sides of the coin and decide for yourself.
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TURF+
ORNAMENTAL
fertilizer The new fertilizer fundamentals
By embracing industry trends, some lawn care operators are saving time, money and manpower by changing the ways they use and purchase fertilizer. >>More
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Intelligro Increase Your Bottom Line. Outgrow Your Competition.
CIVITAS WEEDfree BRAND Concentrate has significantly less active ingredients, no offensive odor and kills more than 60 listed broadleaf weeds. Save money and time with reduced call backs and no over spraying.
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MTD Products acquires maker of Robomow
A subsidiary of MTD Products is merging with F. Robotics Acquisitions, manufacturer of the robotic residential lawn mower Robomow. Read the full story to learn more about the deal and the company's future expansion plans. >>More
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Oregon How to build the perfect string trimmer
There’s no set equation for how to have the most cost- and time-efficient lawn equipment. But there are a lot of factors to consider—especially for trimmers. Oregon walks lawn pros through three important decisions to make while choosing a trimmer.
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DESIGN/BUILD+
INSTALLATION
Kichler Kichler launches new line of landscape lights
The series—which includes accent lights and floodlights—provides 120-277 volts of universal voltage from one fixture and contains built-in surge protection. >>More
IRRIGATION+
WATER MANAGEMENT
Toro adds Shrub & Slope Kit
to Precision Rotating Nozzle line

The PRN Shrub & Slope kit's preassembled nozzle is available with a full or adjustable arc pattern and delivers multiple wind-resistant, low-trajectory streams at a matched precipitation rate of 0.6 inches per hour. >>More
SNOW+
ICE MANAGEMENT
snow business The year-round
snow business

The days of a snow business being a way to make a few extra bucks in the "off-season" are long gone. Here's a look at three business model options you can use to transform your snow company into a lucrative, year-round business. >>More
ON THE RECORD Insights from LM's editors and landscape industry leaders
photo: iStock Guest Post: Give millennials what they want
In this guest post, Pari Smart, a Gallup Strengths and Leadership Coach, analyzes three generalizations about millennials in the workplace and explains how understanding their traits could help you get the most from these sometimes confusing employees. >>More
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