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PermaGreen Recharge. Photo provided by PermaGreen.
PermaGreen Recharge. Photo provided by PermaGreen. Eliminate the second trip over your lawns with the battery-powered PermaGreen Recharge Sprayer Kit for use on LESCO® push spreaders. This well-balanced, low-profile 2.25-gal. tank fits inside your hopper and covers 8,500 square feet, while leaving room in your hopper for a bag of dry >>
Sat, Sep 22, 2018
Source: Landscape Management
Insight Garden Program won third place in the garden grant competition.Photo: National Garden Bureau The National Garden Bureau, American Meadows and Sakata Seed America have selected the three winners of its therapeutic garden grant. After receiving almost 60,000 votes from the public and 73 applications, below are garden grant winners. The first-place vote >>
Fri, Sep 21, 2018
Source: Total Landscape Care
Photo: Pixabay Fall weather is just around the corner, which means your customers could begin seeing more deer in their landscape. In springtime, deer are able to find more than enough food, but as the cooler weather sets in, they may take to roaming through your customer's yard for a tasty treat. While >>
Fri, Sep 21, 2018
Source: Total Landscape Care
As of Sept. 1, Buffalo Turbine products are backed by a 10-year warranty. This warranty is retroactive to all existing machines sold after Sept. 1, 2008. Buffalo Turbine manufactures a complete line of debris blowers, dust and odor control and vector control products. All products are manufactured in the U.S. and have been >>
Fri, Sep 21, 2018
Source: Landscape Management
C245 Super Boom compact track loader (Photo: New Holland)
Photo: New Holland New Holland Construction rolled out its new C245 Super Boom compact track loader. “The trend in the industry is for larger machines that are capable of doing more work in a shorter amount of time,” said Ryan Anderson, New Holland's compact track loader product marketing manager. “The 90-hp C245 >>
Fri, Sep 21, 2018
Source: Landscape Management