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Oct. 1 2006
Today, lawn maintenance is a huge part of your professional life—mowing helps put food on your table ...
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May 1 2006
Do you remember when you purchased your first piece of power equipment? Maybe you were still a teenager, and you bought a walk-behind mower that you stored in your dad’s garage. ...
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March 1 2006
If you could make more money from your mowing business, you would, wouldnt you? And if, while steering a mower or waiting for the leaf blower crew to finish, you could make your clients happier by making ...
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Feb. 1 2006
Lawn maintenance is one of the hardest working divisions of many landscaping companies. Whether it’s the star of the show or only supporting cast, lawn care is usually a tried and true workhorse ...
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Jan. 1 2006
Over the years, you lose some of your clients. Some move to another town or city, some go out of business, some might not be pleased with your work, and others may just be ...
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Dec. 1 2005
Your day in the field is done and it was a long one. You, your crew, and your mowers have logged a lot of hours. You know it’s time for some equipment maintenance but it’s late ...
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Oct. 1 2005
When you’re making decisions about the next piece of mowing equipment to buy, first take a long hard look at your current business ...
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April 1 2005
We’ve recently been asked the following question, which could be viewed as another example of a catch-22. "My company is currently trying to expand into the com ...
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Nov. 1 2004
Jim Myers, production manager at Jrco Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesotta, says, “A lot of the attachments on the market allow landscapers, especially the smaller contractors ...
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Oct. 1 2004
Comfortable suspension. More horsepower. Impressive safety features. Phrases like these sound like buzzwords from a car commercial ...
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Feb. 1 2004
The ubiquitous mower may be the bread and butter of your landscape business; its probably the most frequently used piece of equipment in your arsenal, but mowers can also be the source of some serious ...
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Nov. 1 2003
We know what a well-groomed landscape means to a client. Often, that landscape is the first thing seen when looking at someone?s home or property ...
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July 1 2002
In 1991, Cliff Deibel, owner of Deibel Lawn Service in Greeley, Colorado, got tired of using a 10 horsepower, air-cooled, single-cylinder lawnmower to service his customers. What Deibel really wanted was ...
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July 1 2002
Consider the many special delights a lawn affords: soft mattress for a creeping baby; worm hatchery for a robin; croquet or badminton court ...
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March 1 2002
Nine times out of ten, mowers are second only to company trucks in terms of the most expensive tools in the landscape contractor?s supply cache. With all the features that are available in the marketplace ...
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Feb. 1 2002
Savvier Mowing Means More Green By Phillip Meeks The need for mowing and other lawn maintenance services in our society remains a significant slice of the ...
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Dec. 1 2001
In an industry where big equals bigger profits, why would you load up your truck with a couple of small zero-turn radius (ZTR) ...
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Aug. 1 2001
Quality Maintenance Pays Off Vice President Vincent Arlington recalls a maintenance account that slipped through his company’s fingers. A large shopping center ha ...
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July 1 2001
Since the stand-on mower is a relative newcomer to the lawn care marketplace, let’s talk to some people who have logged time ...
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May 1 2001
Whether a contractor specializing in landscape work lives in Texas or Connecticut, and no matter what unique challenges come with the turf, there are attachments that fit virtually every need ...
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