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3 reasons to invest in attachments

February 22, 2019By
Photo: Case Construction Equipment

Why landscape pros may want to add attachments to their lineup. read more

Experts’ Tips: Irrigation controllers

February 20, 2019By

Controllers Rain Bird Corp. Joe Porrazzo Product manager — controllers WiFi-enabled controllers are becoming increasingly popular as more people use their mobile devices to manage various systems on their properties. Choosing the right controller can be challenging for contractors because there isn’t a single perfect solution and different products work best for different applications. Contractors should consider their core customers’... read more

Not in Kansas anymore

February 20, 2019By

I’ve hit the ground running — or maybe I should say flying — in my first two months as editor-in-chief of Landscape Management. It’s appropriate I’m writing this column at 30,000 feet, on my way to San Diego for a conference. Aside from quiet weekends filled with basketball (both coaching my son’s first/second grade team and watching my Kansas Jayhawks)... read more

Final push for H-2B reform for 2019 season

February 20, 2019By

On Jan. 25, Congress and the president reached an agreement to reopen the government for 21 days. read more

Larry Bakker, founder of LDS, leaves behind lasting legacy

February 20, 2019By

Larry Bakker, the founder of Landscape Design Services, died on Jan. 9, 2019, while in Florida. read more

Experts’ Tips: Stand-on mowers

February 20, 2019By

Stand-on mowers Bob-Cat Co. Ron Scheffler Senior product manager When working with stand-on mowers, make sure to plan for fuel fill-ups. Whether you have a reserve tank or a fuel gauge on your mower, always make fuel checks part of your daily routine. This includes having an emergency gas can on your trailer. When you stand on the machine, be... read more