The author is editor-in-chief of Irrigation & Green Industry magazine and can be reached at kristinsmithely@igin.com.
Feb. 23 2019
OPE provider reorganizes and add to sales team.
Feb. 21 2019
Rodney Smith Jr.’s desire to help others is building character in young people while benefiting those in need of lawn care services across the country and beyond.
Feb. 18 2019
Ecologel will provide free Hydretain products to help maintain lawns.
Feb. 17 2019
Merger will allow Ewing to expand its Midwest footprint.
Feb. 16 2019
New product offerings revolutionize turf nutrition programs.
Feb. 15 2019
The $700 million deal would strengthen Toro’s portfolio of brands to include underground equipment.
Feb. 14 2019
Oregon Outdoor Lighting’s Kyle McKelvy shares some of the wisdom he’s gained over the years about running a successful landscape lighting business.
Jan. 30 2019
Below-zero temperatures in the Midwest expected to kill larvae.
Jan. 28 2019
Acquired territory responsibility coincides with H.G. Makelim CEO retirement.
Jan. 25 2019
Incident occurred Dec. 11 in Washington Township, New Jersey.
Jan. 25 2019
Vexis Herbicide Granular provides post-emergent control of sedges and kyllinga species.
Jan. 23 2019
Darrin Shannon and Tony Sayegh become regional managers.
Jan. 23 2019
How is it possible I lived my whole life not knowing that there was a rule that was superior to the golden one?
Jan. 22 2019
App connects homeowners with vetted lawn care professionals.
Jan. 18 2019
Functional landscapes, pergolas and automation make the list.
Jan. 17 2019
His big idea to start the tech firm Lawn Love is giving a business boost to landscape professionals across the country.
Jan. 16 2019
Find out what direction the industry is headed in and if your business is following the right course.
Jan. 11 2019
Acquisition is Louisiana-based firm’s second in Florida acquisition in less than a year.
Jan. 10 2019
Sales of Isuzu trucks and parts are up for the fourth consecutive year.
Jan. 7 2019
Bay Area commercial landscape maintenance firm employs more than 200 workers.