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Danielle Pesta is the associate editor of Landscape Management. She started writing for the green industry in 2014 and has won multiple awards from the Turf & Ornamental Communicators Association (TOCA). She can be reached at dpesta@northcoastmedia.net.

Posts by Danielle Pesta

LM 2019 Industry Pulse: Weather report Posted on 17 Jan 2020 in the 1219 & Featured & The Industry Pulse categories.

During 2019, landscape professionals had to contend with whatever weather Mother Nature provided, which varied across the country. Read more»

Increase efficient mowing with airless radial tires Posted on 23 Dec 2019 in the 1219 & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Airless radial tires aim to keep mowers in the field and out of the shop so landscape contractors can have more productive and efficient mowing. Read more»

The Big One: An indoor paradise Posted on 23 Dec 2019 in the 1219 & Current Issue & Mowing+Maintenance & The Big One categories.

Location Monticello, N.Y. Company Wagner Landscaping New York’s Catskill Mountains are home to a tropical paradise. Even during the winter, guests at the Kartrite Resort & Indoor Waterpark enjoy a... Read more»

Brand U: Finding Ferris Posted on 23 Dec 2019 in the 1219 & Current Issue & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Richey Plemons appreciates equipment that can withstand just about anything. That’s why his company, Plemons Lawn & Landscape in Chatsworth, Ga., uses Ferris. “I’m always willing to push the equipment... Read more»

Charged up: The future of battery-powered equipment Posted on 23 Dec 2019 in the 1219 & Current Issue & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Manufacturers share upcoming trends and predictions for battery-powered equipment that landscape contractors need to know. Read more»

Recovering a property after Hurricane Harvey Posted on 18 Dec 2019 in the 1119 & Featured & Mowing+Maintenance & The Big One categories.

Location Sugar Land, Texas Company Lawn Management Co. In 2017, when Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, the Sugar Creek on the Lake office complex received severe rain. “We had a year’s... Read more»