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Rob DiFranco is Landscape Management's associate editor. A 2018 graduate of Kent State University, DiFranco holds a bachelor's degree in journalism. Prior to Landscape Management, DiFranco was a reporter for The Morning Journal in Lorain, Ohio.

Posts by Rob DiFranco

These efficiency tips can help you get the most out of your string trimmer Posted on 03 Feb 2023 in the Current Issue & From the Magazine & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

String trimmers are an essential part of maintenance operations, but these tools can also be inefficient if started, used and stored incorrectly. Read more»

Why an aerator can be a profitable addition to your business Posted on 02 Feb 2023 in the Current Issue & From the Magazine & Turf+Ornamental Care categories.

Aeration can be a profitable service with a low barrier to entry and experts share what pros need to know about today‚Äôs aerators. Read more»

People on the Move: New hires at Quali-Pro, Takeuchi, Ewing and more Posted on 30 Jan 2023 in the Today's Green Industry News categories.

The latest hirings and news from green industry companies Quali-Pro, Takeuchi-US, Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply and more. Read more»

Lawns of Dallas continues to push the envelope in the name of growth Posted on 25 Jan 2023 in the Current Issue & From the Magazine categories.

Lawns of Dallas celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2022 and following 44 percent revenue growth from 2020 to 2021, it continues to grow. Read more»

People on the Move: Hirings and promotions from Ruppert Landscape, RC Mowers and the Irrigation Association Posted on 25 Jan 2023 in the Today's Green Industry News categories.

The latest promotions, hirings and news from green industry companies and associations such as Ruppert Landscape and RC Mowers and the Irrigation Association. Read more»

Greenworks opens the doors to its first US-based manufacturing facility Posted on 23 Jan 2023 in the Blog & Mowing+Maintenance & Today's Green Industry News categories.

Greenworks opened its first U.S.-based manufacturing facility in Morristown, Tenn., where it will produce its new battery-powered OptimusZ ride-on mower. Read more»