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Innovator Series: Milwaukee Tool Discusses Battery Power and Chainsaws

Sponsored Content How does Milwaukee Tool strive to stay innovative? Milwaukee Tool understands that to provide professionals with the best possible solutions to meet their needs day in and day out, we must continue to innovate, continue to develop, and deliver the best possible solutions using the best technology available. Fueling our determination to drive […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Setting Up Payroll for Your Small Business

Sponsored Content Congratulations on starting your own landscaping business! Whether you run a small business with employees or are simply paying yourself, you’ll find that payroll is not only an essential part of your operations, but it is also legally required. New to the process? Don’t worry! This small business payroll checklist explains what you […]

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Changing Emissions Regulations Push OEMs Toward Electrifying Turf Equipment

Sponsored Content Over the past several years, the outdoor power equipment industry has seen a real push toward electrification as an alternative power solution for lawn care and landscape equipment. Many leading manufacturers have embraced the trend as battery power offers users a number of valuable advantages. Changes in regulation are also steering the industry […]

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Managing Maintenance Intervals and Optimizing Uptime

Sponsored Content Labor shortages, a renewed need for landscape work and the desire to do more with less are just a few of the challenges facing the lawn care and landscape industry today. As professionals continue to navigate these challenges, they are relying on their equipment more than ever to deliver powerful performance and maximize […]

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Are You Ready to Sell Your Business? Use This Checklist

Sponsored Content If you own a landscaping business and you’re thinking about your exit strategy and how to one day retire, we’ve prepared a thorough checklist of all the things you’ll need to consider to get ready for the sale of your business. The first question most potential buyers will ask is: ‘Why are you […]

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Innovator Series: What The Future Holds for Landscaping Maintenance Companies

Sponsored Content The process of doing takeoffs has witnessed a sea change over time. In the past, it was common for business developers with years of experience to just eyeball a property and arrive at an estimate. This served as the cornerstone of our proposals. It soon became apparent, however, that this process can be […]

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Vermeer CTX160 Mini Skid Steer Minimizes Labor

Sponsored Content In 2021, Southern Classic Landscape Management, Inc. purchased a Vermeer CTX160 mini skid steer to replace its wheelbarrow fleet and help minimize labor needs. Southern Classic Landscape Management, Inc. beautifies outdoor spaces ranging from residential homes to commercial properties, from office and retail buildings to retirement and townhome communities to healthcare facilities. They […]

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Order Now To Keep Your Syngenta Savings Going All Year

Sponsored Content With GreenTrust® 365 from Syngenta, there are so many ways to maximize savings for your business. Spend at least $5,000 during the Early Order Period (EOP), Oct. 1 – Dec. 8, 2022, to start earning the best savings of the year – up to 26%. Purchases of on-fertilizer products made through May 31, […]

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Level Up: How Red Oak Landscape & Design Drives Productivity

Sponsored Content Wes Alseth’s passion for nature, and particularly trees, led him to a career in landscaping. In 2017, he and his wife, Stephanie, combined his landscaping experience with her project management background and launched their own Minnesota-based landscaping business: Red Oak Landscape & Design. Things really took off when the couple powered their vision […]

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Lawn Care Corner: Controlling Summer Nuisance Weeds

Sponsored Content As lawn care enters the summer months, two of the most common weeds likely to become a nuisance are crabgrass and perennial nutsedges. Like all weeds, successful long-term management strategies begin with a dense, healthy turfgrass. However, factors such as disease, insects, improper mowing, low fertility, and drought can weaken or thin turfgrass. […]

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