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Robert Schoenberger is Landscape Management's former senior editor. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Houston. He has worked in magazines and newspapers since the late 1990s. Robert can be reached at rschoenberger@northcoastmedia.net.

Posts by Robert Schoenberger

Using on-site data to manage landscape irrigation Posted on 06 Dec 2021 in the 1121 & Featured & From the Magazine & Irrigation+Water Management categories.

Massey Services Vice President Adam Jones discusses the benefits of weather data and the limitations of soil moisture sensors. Read more»

Tips to help pick the right mini excavator Posted on 24 Nov 2021 in the 1121 & Design/Build+Installation & Featured & From the Magazine categories.

Landscape contractors talk about how they chose their equipment and offer advice on how to choose the right mini excavator for the job. Read more»

How pond aerator maintenance can become a revenue stream Posted on 17 Nov 2021 in the 1121 & Design/Build+Installation & Featured & From the Magazine categories.

In addition to being vital for pond health, aerator maintenance can lead to long-term service contracts which can be an important revenue stream. Read more»

How to safely mow steep slopes Posted on 01 Nov 2021 in the 1021 & Featured & From the Magazine & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Mower operators should focus on safety, not speed, and prioritize traction as hill grades climb when using articulating tractors. Read more»

New mowers offer more power, more torque at a smaller size Posted on 11 Oct 2021 in the 1021 & From the Magazine & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Advances in engine technologies are pushing gas models closer to diesel power levels in mowers, offering landscape companies more power in a smaller size. Read more»

How to make the most of your UTVs Posted on 11 Oct 2021 in the 1021 & From the Magazine & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Some experts explain how to get the most of their utility terrain vehicle and how the massive aftermarket makes it easy to customize utility vehicles. Read more»