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Court approves $4.7M OT case settlement for former Brickman supervisors
The class/collective action settlement resolves the case, Acevedo, et al. v. Brightview Landscapes, which was filed against Brickman Group in October 2013 for allegedly underpaying overtime to its salary-paid supervisors. >>More
GIE Which type of GIE+EXPO attendee are you?
Maybe you're more of a demo-doer, maybe you're a GIE+EXPO veteran. Hey, maybe you just go for the freebies. Take this short quiz to find out what kind of GIE+EXPO attendee you really are. >>More
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Mirimichi Green releases CarbonPN DJ Fine Grade
The product is a powderlike soil amendment containing 50 percent biochar that is U.S. Department of Agriculture certified and 50 percent premium organic compost. >>More
Intelligro CIVITAS WEEDfree BRAND™ Concentrate grows your bottom line
Differentiate your business with this affordable, hybrid selective herbicide – an effective solution that exceeds customer and contractor expectations with no offensive odor, helping you increase market share.
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Kubota unveils 21-inch, W series mowers
Kubota Tractor unveiled two new commercial mowers: the Z700 family of zero-turns and a new 21-inch commercial walk-behind mower. Learn more about the newest additions to the Kubota portfolio. >>More
Cub Cadet Cub Cadet launches walk-behind, blade system
Take a closer look at the company's new Pro HW Hydro Walk-behind mower and the Fast Attach Blade system. >>More
New Echo battery line includes push mower
The new line will include the company’s first battery-powered push mower, as well as a new chainsaw, handheld blower, hedge trimmer and two other variations of trimmers. >>More
Bob-Cat intros commercial walk-behind mower
The 21-inch mower will be available in two three-speed, self-propelled models: one with zone starting and one with a blade brake clutch, which lets the operator pick up debris or empty the grass catcher without stopping the engine. >>More
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We’re here to put your business in the spotlight. Stock up on landscape lighting from the industry’s best brands—like Vista Pro, FX Luminaire, Unique, Kichler and more—and get advice from our local experts at a branch near you.
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Kichler unveils the 12-volt LED Accent with variable lumen output
The LED Accent is available in two sizes—small (100, 200 and 300 lumens) and large (400, 600 and 835 lumens)—and in two color temperatures—2700 kelvin and 3000 kelvin. >>More
Featured Image Takeuchi launches TL6 compact track loader
Powered by a Kubota 2.4-liter, 65.2-hp engine, the TL6 features a radial lift loader design with a maximum lift height of about 9.5 feet and a rated operating capacity of 1,841 pounds. >>More
New Holland launches compact excavator line
The new line of mini excavators includes six models—E17C, E26C, E33C, E37C, E57C and E60C—ranging from 1.7 to 6.0 metric tons >>More
Kawasaki Kawasaki Genuine Parts — Built for the Best
Kawasaki Genuine Parts are built to the same exacting performance standards that Kawasaki engines are known for. Kawasaki parts are designed, tested and approved for your Kawasaki engine, to help provide performance and maximum productivity in the field.
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Rain Bird releases 2017-2018 irrigation training schedule
Learn more about the three different tracks for irrigation professionals to enhance their skill sets, become better water managers and improve their career prospects. >>More
Featured Image Video: A closer look at Oregon's 120-volt products
While at GIE+EXPO 2017, LM caught up with Oregon Product Manager Paul Vanderwal to learn about how the new 120-volt lineup stacks up against not only electric equipment, but gas-powered as well. >>More
ON THE RECORD Insights from LM's editors and landscape industry leaders
Leading What to do when something goes wrong
Leaders don’t get angry and look for someone to blame when something goes wrong. They look in the mirror. Read on for a few tips from Bill Dellecker on how you can prepare yourself for when something goes wrong. >>More