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TAG: lawn care

Protect your Turf: Fall lawn care 101

September 8, 2020By
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Experts from Mulch Mate and The Andersons explain what lawn care operators need to know about fall lawn care maintenance practices. read more

Lawncology 2020 touts learning, connecting and growing

February 5, 2020By

The annual Lawncology event covered more than just green grass and dead weeds, although that was a common refrain throughout the event. “My whole point to this was to bring in the business aspect along with the plant and soil science to give everyone a better view of the industry and then create working peer groups between attendees, so it’s... read more

The A&A way

August 16, 2019By
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The story of how A&A Lawn Care & Landscaping's owners overcame setbacks to grow their organization to a $7.5 million operation. read more

Lethal lawn virus spreads in Florida

July 29, 2019By
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A new virus is killing Floratam, a variety of St. Augustinegrass that's present on lawns in parts of central and South Florida. read more

Five Questions: Mike Caprio

April 19, 2019By
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Mike Caprio Regional business consultant Lawn Doctor, Holmdel, N.J. 1. What all does your job entail, and do you enjoy it? I provide business, agronomy, financial and human resources support to our franchisees in the Southeast. With over 50 years of experience in the industry, Lawn Doctor offers custom lawn care solutions to residential and business consumers. I’ve been with... read more

Keep on trucking: Maintaining lawn care fleets

April 12, 2019By
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Trucks are a major expense for lawn care operators, and many begin each day ensuring their investments are well cared for. Jason Zielesch, production manager for Lush Lawn in Grand Blanc, Mich., says before technicians leave the lot, the company requires they complete what it calls a “three-minute 360.” The three-minute 360 is a full inspection of the truck to... read more