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  • Hustler Turf Equipment: Super 88 December 12, 2019
    The Hustler Super 88 is a stand-on mower designed with the productivity of an 88-inch cutter with the […] The post Hustler Turf Equipment: Super 88 appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Tyler Gunter
  • Irrigation Show touts innovation December 11, 2019
    Nearly 9,000 attendees, 600 exhibitors, 56 entries in the 2019 New Product Contest. One Irrigation Show. The 2019 […] The post Irrigation Show touts innovation appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Sarah Webb
  • High Performance: Year-end assessment — The 10 big questions December 11, 2019
    The most successful people take time to assess how things are going and the end of a year […] The post High Performance: Year-end assessment — The 10 big questions appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Phil Harwood
  • IA celebrates successful Irrigation Show December 11, 2019
    Nearly 9,000 people from 57 countries attended the 2019 Irrigation Show and Groundwater Week in Las Vegas on […] The post IA celebrates successful Irrigation Show appeared first on Landscape Management.
    LM Staff
  • The benefits of combination chemistry herbicides December 11, 2019
    [SPONSORED CONTENT] Quali-Pro‘s lineup of combination chemistry herbicides allows professionals to take the guesswork out of lawn care. […] The post The benefits of combination chemistry herbicides appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Kelly Limpert

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  • 700 acre mountaintop woodland of 100,000 trees to be planted in Scotland December 12, 2019
    A groundbreaking bid to help save Scotland’s almost-vanished mountaintop woodland and their wildlife is being launched by Trees for Life. This will be with the creation in the Highlands of what is thought will be the country’s largest planted area of rare high-altitude woodland. Centuries of overgrazing by sheep and deer have left most of […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Cube 1994 achieves Gold Accreditation with Investors in People December 12, 2019
    Essex Garden Design and Landscaping Company, Cube 1994 have been awarded with We invest in people, GOLD accreditation. An internationally recognised achievement, they are the first residential design and build company in the UK to be awarded gold, and on their first attempt. For a number of years, Cube 1994 have been working with their […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Ground Control awarded BALI’s highest accolade for The Children’s Garden at Kew December 12, 2019
    Ground Control has been awarded the British Association of Landscape Industries’ (BALI) prestigious Grand Award at the 43rd BALI National Landscape Awards 2019, sponsored by Green-tech, for The Children’s Garden, Kew. Ground Control’s project, The Children’s Garden, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew was entered into the Community and Schools Development category.   Ground Control developed the […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Pro Landscaper December 2019 December 11, 2019
    The December issue has a special focus on Scotland. Discover the maintenance for Ben Nevis’ landscape on page 32, our trip up Ben Nevis at night on page 91, the upcoming plans for the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh on page 16, along with a look at Loch Lomond and The Trossachs national park on page […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • GreenBlue Urban publish Urban Trees, Highways & Utilities Guide December 11, 2019
    GreenBlue Urban has announced the publication of Urban Trees, Highways & Utilities.   The inclusive publication contains:   · Insightful collaboration articles from industry experts   · A detailed section on structural applications   · Highlighting below ground constraints   · Policies & Case Studies   · Inclusion of Stormwater Management   To request your […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • New rules on plant health to come into effect December 11, 2019
    New rules on plant health, designed to stop diseases spreading or jumping borders, will become effective on Saturday( 14/12/19). The EU Regulation 2016/2031 on protective measures against plant pests was steered through the European Parliament by UK member Anthea McIntyre, Conservative MEP for the West Midlands. It became law in December 2016 and is directly […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Smiths’ Self Binding Path Gravel December 11, 2019
    Smith’s tells Pro Landscaper about its Self Binding Path Gravel.  For a fairly modest outlay the Smiths’ Self Binding Path Gravel gives superb results and of sensational quality – with its Cotswold hues and smooth finish, it’s a product that looks good in almost any situation. A perfect product for paths, tracks, walkways and cycle […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Talasey Group honours landscapers December 10, 2019
    Talasey Group has honoured ten of the best landscaping professionals in the UK, with more than £2,000 in cash prizes, for their 2019 awards in recognition of what it judged to be the best garden design projects of the year. As part of its Talasey Landscaping Professionals scheme, the Doncaster-based company – which is one […]
    Frankie Youd
  • Exeter council using new kit to help city become carbon neutral December 7, 2019
    Parks staff in Exeter are moving away from traditional petrol-driven equipment and helping to reduce the city’s carbon footprint. It is investing in battery powered equipment such as hedge trimmers and leaf blowers. The plan is to introduce battery powered strimmers, chainsaws, mowers and pruning shears in the future.   The council is looking to […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Funding awarded to improve Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Garden December 6, 2019
    Plans to restore and enhance Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Garden have been awarded funding.   The National Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded initial support and development funding of £214,400 to progress plans to improve and enhance the historic garden and apply for a major National Lottery grant bid for £3.4 million.   Councillor Alan Robins, chair of […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh

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  • 15 Questions to Ask a Lawn Care Company in New Jersey December 12, 2019
    Hiring a lawn care specialist in Begen County, NJ is a great way to ensure a green, healthy lawn year-round. Professional lawn care and maintenance will give you more free time for enjoyable activities with family and friends and provide quality care and dependable maintenance services for your lawn. If... The post 15 Questions to […]
    Borst Landscape
  • The Best Shrubs for Shade Gardens in Bergen County, NJ December 6, 2019
    Shade makes your backyard a haven, giving you shelter from the Bergen County heat and humidity, but when you are gardening, it can be a mixed blessing. Creating a beautiful garden when you are blessed with a shady yard can be quite challenging, but it’s not impossible. With the right... The post The Best Shrubs […]
    Borst Landscape
  • What is the Difference Between Time and Material and Fixed Price Landscape Contracts? December 6, 2019
    Budgeting for a home landscape improvement project can sometimes be difficult since not all services have a predictable cost. Sometimes you need the flexibility of a time and materials contract to accurately charge for a service. This will help clear up some of the questions you might have (or might... The post What is the […]
    Borst Landscape