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  • A Look Back: Design software has come a long way

    June 17, 2021By
    July 1994 article (Photo: LM archives)

    Take a look at this blast from the the past and how computer-aided design programs transformed the landscape design process. read more

    Hardscapes Solutions: Backyard serenity

    June 17, 2021By
    (Photo: Brian Collins)

    The story behind the project that won Frisella Nursery a Silver Award from the National Association of Landscape Professionals’ Awards of Excellence program. read more

    What to consider before buying a new drill

    June 17, 2021By
    Wheels added to a drill make it more maneuverable with better access in tight spaces. (Photo: Little Beaver)

    Experts at Little Beaver and Ditch Witch explain what contractors should keep in mind before purchasing and/or using drills. read more

    How software helps landscape designers on the job

    June 17, 2021By
    Jon Pride, owner of Jon Pride Designs says the ability to create and save plants and details such as fireplaces and outdoor grills is a great feature of the Land F/X software. (Photo: Jon Pride)

    Landscape designers share how design software from Vectorworks, PRO Landscape by Drafix Software and Land F/X helped execute noteworthy projects. read more

    Kubota attachments available for stand-on loader

    June 15, 2021By
    Photo: Kubota

    Kubota Tractor Corp.’s latest attachments are available for its recently released SCL1000 stand-on track loader. The loader’s wide tracks, narrow body and 1,000 lb. rated operating capacity (ROC) meet the demands of landscape contractors and rental yards. The attachment package adds compact buckets, trenchers, pallet forks, a compact mount for breakers and a skid auger or power rake offerings to... read more

    Cat intros new mini hydraulic excavators

    June 15, 2021By

    Caterpillar introduced its 302.7 CR, 303 CR and 303.5 CR hydraulic mini excavators with industry-first features for the 2.7-to-3.5-tonne class machines, according to the company. These new hydraulic mini excavators are on the Next Generation platform that offers a consistent operator experience through the 1.5-to-10-tonne range. Each new model come standard with exclusive stick steer, cruise control, operator adjustable settings... read more