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Mike Thurow, CEO, Spectrum Technologies, speaks with Landscape Management

March 25, 2021By

Seth Jones talks with Mike Thurow of Spectrum Technologies to discuss how the company’s products benefit landscapers and individuals trying to maintain healthy turf. Thurow explains how Spectrum’s product, the TDR, can help people determine how their water is being distributed throughout the soil. read more

Jennifer Chaplin, CEO, Botanica Landscapes discusses importance of SOPs

March 23, 2021By

Landscape Management Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones speaks with Jennifer Chaplin, CEO of Botanica Landscapes. Chaplin talks about her company, the importance of standard operating procedures (SOPs) and a memorable day that helped the company grow. read more

Amy Andre on female leaders in landscaping

March 12, 2021By
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LM Managing Editor Sarah Webb chats with Amy Andre, commercial department leader for K&D Landscaping, about what it takes to be a woman leader in the landscaping industry. read more

Grow with Grunder: How to maximize your time

March 1, 2021By
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Marty Grunder shares how he’s able to run both Grunder Landscaping Co. and The Grow Group and still have time for himself. read more

See how the NEW T5000 Spreader/Sprayer makes you more productive

March 1, 2021By

[SPONSORED CONTENT] Seth Jones got a visit recently from Scott Kinkead of Turfco for an exclusive demonstration of the new high-capacity T5000 Spreader Sprayer. See how the T5000’s precision steering and patented boomless design lets operators maneuver in tight areas and zoom past obstacles without tearing turf. The T5000 is built for larger properties, thanks to a 60-gal sprayer and... read more

CASE B Series Electro-hydraulic Controls

February 10, 2021By

[SPONSORED CONTEN] CASE B Series compact track loaders are now easier to dial in than ever, with simple electro-hydraulic controls that can either control general machine speed and responsiveness, or dial in the speed of specific actions and movements to meet operator preference. read more