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Robert Schoenberger is Landscape Management's senior editor. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from 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

Top 10 tips for track loader maintenance Posted on 15 Sep 2021 in the 0921 & Current Issue & Design/Build+Installation & From the Magazine categories.

Extending the life of tracked equipment requires a little bit of planning and effort, but experts share some tips and tricks to keep your tracks rolling. Read more»

Lawn care industry rallies around flooded colleague Posted on 14 Sep 2021 in the Today's Green Industry News categories.

DTL Total Turf raises more than $8,000 to recover from Hurricane Ida flooding. Read more»

The Big One: A community effort Posted on 13 Sep 2021 in the 0821 & Featured & From the Magazine & Mowing+Maintenance & The Big One categories.

The project earned Ruppert Landscape a Gold Award from the National Association of Landscape Professionals’ Awards of Excellence program. Read more»

Winter is coming, and it’s time to get your fleet ready Posted on 09 Sep 2021 in the 0921 & Current Issue & From the Magazine & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Simple preventive maintenance can extend the lives of landscape tools if operators act proactively. Read more»

Fall armyworms destroying lawns from Illinois to Connecticut Posted on 07 Sep 2021 in the Turf+Ornamental Care categories.

Fall armyworms are hitting areas of the Midwest and Northeast not used to seeing the turf-killing caterpillar more associated in the South. Read more»

Big properties demand bigger mowers Posted on 07 Sep 2021 in the 0921 & Current Issue & From the Magazine & Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Mowing contractors looking to move from residential to commercial properties can boost acres-per-hour cut with zero-turn mowers. Read more»