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TAG: Ryan Lawn & Tree

People on the Move: Promotions and hirings from Ryan Lawn & Tree, SePro and more

July 13, 2021By

This latest installment of People on the Move includes promotions and hirings from green industry companies including Ryan Lawn & Tree, SePro and more. read more

2021 LM150: How Ryan Lawn & Tree raises its game

June 28, 2021By
The culture is one of a kind,” says Katherine Miller (pictured center), customer service manager. “(It’s) about the people; they have the heart.” From left to right: Larry Ryan, Roy Heinbach, Miller, Mark Stuhlsatz and Rodney St. John, Ph.D. (Photo: LM Staff)

With a new CFO and business strategy, employee-owned Ryan Lawn & Tree raises its game in the lawn care and landscape industry at No. 45 on the LM150 list. read more

Five Questions: Larry Ryan

January 6, 2021By
Larry Ryan (Photo: Jeremiah Samborski, courtesy of Ryan Lawn & Tree)

LM Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones chats with Larry Ryan of Ryan Lawn & Tree about how his 2020 has been, his favorite holiday traditions and more. read more

Ryan Lawn & Tree expands services

August 11, 2020By

Ryan Outdoor Living (ROL), the landscaping division of Ryan Lawn & Tree, has expanded in the Kansas City metro area. ROL says the company almost doubled its staff this summer including the addition of a fifth landscape crew, and a new landscape consultant, landscape architect and division project coordinator. “This was the plan we’ve been working on over the last... read more

Dealing with dallisgrass

June 18, 2020By
Dallisgrass (Photo: Ryan Lawn & Tree)

Two lawn care operators discuss the techniques they use to idenitfy and control dallisgrass when it shows up in clients' lawns. read more

Killer trends: Postemergent combinations

March 12, 2015By
PHOTO: Dow AgroSciences

Combination products continue to be the future of turf herbicides. When it comes to turf herbicide product selection, lawn care applicators have noticed some changes—and it’s not just limited to lack of new active ingredients. There have been fewer products coming to the market in the past five to 10 years, says Rodney St. John, Ph.D., agronomist for Ryan Lawn... read more