Let It Snow


Snow & Ice
It should go without saying that winters can be tough for the landscape industry. Trees become more and more barren, turf stops growing, flowers aren’t even in season— to recycle a tired pun, come winter, the landscaping season becomes virtually frozen.    More
 
Friday, October 17, 2008 DANNY FASOLD

The 2009 Truck Show


Trucks
When you think about it, buying a truck is a lot like shopping for a new suit. You have to look at the size of your company and determine what would make the best fit, and you have to have a certain image in mind. You want something that looks professional, but also catches the customer’s eye.   More
 
Tuesday, December 16, 2008 DANNY FASOLD

Attachments Lend an Extra Hand


Landscape
YES, TIMES ARE STILL TOUGH OUT there. Driving along one of Los Angeles’ metropolitan streets over the weekend, I couldn’t help but notice just how hard the small, local businesses and boutiques have been hit.    More
 
Saturday, July 18, 2009 DANNY FASOLD

Synthetic Turf: Faking It Never Felt so Good


Landscape
When synthetic turf was first invented in the early ’60s, it was hardly impressive. There was only one type available at the time, and it was rough, off-color and uncomfortable. It was called AstroTurf, and while it quickly took off in popularity, it was a far cry from looking the least bit authentic.    More
 
Tuesday, October 20, 2009 DANNY FASOLD

Preventative Maintenance for Mowers


Landscape Maintenance
“The best time to start a springtime revival is actually in the late fall of the previous year,” says Walter Cornett, owner of Walter Cornett Landscaping, Richmond, Virginia.    More
 
Tuesday, March 16, 2010 ROBIN WESTMILLER

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