TAG: Lebanon Turf

Project EverGreen partners with SiteOne

April 30, 2019By

Project EverGreen's GreenCare for Troops initiative, SiteOne Landscape Supply and industry product suppliers are teaming up to help military families. read more

New development in combination products for LCOs

March 22, 2019By
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A new fertilizer combination product — including the herbicide Mesotrione — helps LCOs overcome labor limitations when seeding read more

People on the Move: NALP-PAC names board; MFTA appoints vp; and more from LebanonTurf, Davey Tree, NALP Foundation

April 20, 2016By

The National Association of Landscape Professionals Political Action Committee (NALP-PAC) named its board of directors. Those named to the board will serve as ambassadors for the PAC and help to better educate industry professionals about the importance of effective advocacy and the role that a PAC serves, according to NALP. The board includes: Chair—Jim Cali of McFarlin Stanford; Vice chair—Jeff Fedorchak of TruGreen;... read more

Project EverGreen names 2015 officers, board of directors

December 21, 2014By

Project EverGreen selected its officers and board of directors for 2015. Officers include: President Bill Vogel, Spring Valley; President-Elect Dave Ravel, Syngenta Crop Protection; Secretary/Treasurer Mike Dauer, Real Green Systems; and Immediate Past President Mike Sisti, Weed Man USA. Serving on the board of directors are: Linda Beattie, Schiller GroundS Care; Dan Carrothers, Weed Man USA; Sean Casey, Nufarm Americas;... read more

Beyond manure

November 5, 2014By

The future is bright for natural and organic lawn care options. Mark Tamn, president of Freedom Lawns, didn’t start out in the natural lawn care business. For decades, he worked for national lawn care firms and even owned a large traditional lawn care firm himself. Then, in 1999, Tamn decided to take a different approach to lawn care. “I believed... read more

Fertilizer trends

February 1, 2009By

By: Curt Harler For lawn care operators (LCOs), less might be more in fertilization this year. “A lot of our focus is on trying to make the product as economical for the LCO as possible,” says Mike Sisti, product marketing manager for Lebanon Turf, Lebanon, PA. With the price of phosphorous (P) going through the roof, Lebanon Turf’s Zero-P initiative has... read more