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Robert Schoenberger

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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

How fall armyworms ravaged turf in the Midwest and Northeast Posted on 08 Oct 2021 in the 1021 & From the Magazine & Turf+Ornamental Care categories.

Fall armyworms have been a terror to turf this season as experts have called 2021 the worst outbreak in at least 30 years. Read more»

Installation Iron: Choose the best trencher chain for the job Posted on 07 Oct 2021 in the 1021 & Design/Build+Installation & From the Magazine categories.

Choosing the right trencher chain for the job requires understanding the soild conditions through which you'll be digging. Read more»

Water World: Protecting cool-season turf Posted on 06 Oct 2021 in the 1021 & From the Magazine & Irrigation+Water Management categories.

The photos and story behind the irrigation project that Professional Irrigation Systems performed in St. Louis to help protect cool-season turf. Read more»

Toro doubling down on commercial electric mowers Posted on 05 Oct 2021 in the Mowing+Maintenance categories.

Toro plans to launch electric zero-turn and ride-on commercial lawn mowers early next year with debuts of both scheduled for GIE+EXPO. Read more»

Big properties demand bigger mowers Posted on 04 Oct 2021 in the 0921 & Featured & 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»

Top 10 tips for track loader maintenance Posted on 27 Sep 2021 in the 0921 & Design/Build+Installation & Featured & 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»