TAG: Michael Rogers

Small-town success in lawn care

September 21, 2016By
Photos: Kathleen’s Lawn & Ornamental Pest Control

Michael Rogers strives to manage growth while maintaining his Georgia-based lawn care company’s small-town roots. Michael Rogers has never told his technicians to work faster. Instead, he encourages them to spend as much time on each client’s property as necessary to do the job right the first time. Perhaps it’s a reflection of his southern roots, or maybe it’s just... read more

Web Extra: Seeing Green

September 20, 2016By

In the September issue, Michael Rogers, president of Kathleen’s Lawn & Ornamental Pest Control, discussed how he strives to manage growth while maintaining his company’s small-town roots. Here’s a closer look at one additional service Kathleen’s offers during The Masters.  Every April, residents in Augusta, Ga., and its surrounding cities have one thing on their minds: golf. The Masters Tournament, the professional... read more

2015 Lawn Care Forum: Growth opportunities pt. 2

January 25, 2016By

2015 Lawn Care Forum attendees, including Addison Rogers of ProLawn & Magic Deicing; Michael Rogers of Kathleen’s Lawn & Ornamental Pest Control; and Dean Bryant of Massey Services, talk about their biggest growth opportunities going into 2016. read more

Liquid vs. granular debate

December 10, 2015By

See what type of herbicides lawn care professionals across the country choose for various turf types. Lee Kral Lawn Service Manager, Mountain High Tree & Lawn Location: Lakewood, Colo. Turf types: Kentucky bluegrass/ryegrass mix, fine fescue, creeping red fescue, tall fescue Preemergent: Liquid Postemergent: Liquid Trade tip: “It’s far more about results than cost for me because it costs more... read more

2015 Lawn Care Forum: Agronomic challenges pt. 1

December 4, 2015By

Lawn care operators from our 2015 Lawn Care Forum, including Kevin Herrmann of Fairway Green; Andrew Ziehler of Ziehler Lawn & Tree Care; and Michael Rogers of Kathleen’s Lawn & Ornamental Pest Control, talk about agronomic issues they’ve had in 2015 and how they’ve overcome them. Some issues include broadleaf weeds, drought and heavy rainfall. read more

2014 Lawn Care Forum: LCOs offer cash flow tips

March 1, 2015By

Landscape professionals at Landscape Management‘s 2014 Lawn Care Forum share advice for maintaining a steady cash flow. You’ll hear from the following lawn care operators: • Christopher Noon, Noon Turf Care • Matthew Noon, Noon Turf Care • Kevin Jardine, NexGreen • David Hartzell, New Jersey Best Lawns, Sprinklers and Fencing • Charlie Marshall, Spring-Green • Michael Rogers, Kathleen’s Lawn... read more