Fertilizer: Knowing What`s In the Bag


Fertilizer
In Little Shop of Horrors, a down-on-his-luck shopkeeper’s assistant named Seymour discovers a rare plant species that brings him fame and fortune. The plant is christened Twoey (short for Audrey II), after Seymour’s secret love, Audrey. But Twoey is no ordinary plant. He is, in fact, an alien that lives off of human blood. “Feed me, Seymour, feed me!” he cries. And Seymour has no choice but to open up his veins in reply.    More
 
Saturday, March 1, 2008 AMANDA RICHTER

Selecting the Perfect Turf for Your Sports Surface


Landscape
To stand out in any field today you must have something unique or exceptional. That's especially true in sports and it carries over for the individual managing the sports turf surface. Any team's record begins with the quality of the field.    More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008 Bruce F. Shank

The Performance Spec is Dead, Almost


Landscape
The untimely demise of the "Performance Spec" for landscape and erosion control projects should have us all concerned. Content to specify the materials to be used, there is too little regard for the end result. Did anything grow?    More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008

Fertilization Can Help Turf Withstand Traffic


Fertilizer
Every landscape manager has them, places where turf just won't survive because people take short cuts.    More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008

Adjusting Fertilizer Applications To Reduce Turfgrass Diseases


Landscape
Recent research has confirmed that nitrogen levels affect the incidence and severity of turfgrass diseases.    More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008

Fertigation: Using Your Irrigation System to Correct the Feast


Fertilizer
The application of fertilizers through an irrigation system has been used effectively in agriculture for decades.    More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008

Jon Carlson

Jacobsen


Close-Up Profiles
If Jon Carlson wasn't the president of Jacobsen, a Textron Company, he could be a professional motivational speaker. His personal philosophy and outlook on life is brimming with a certain vim and vigor that is contagious and inspiring.   More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008 Patricia Fletcher

Winterizing Irrigation Systems


Miscellaneous
Tis the season for cold, cold weather. Frozen ponds, layer upon layer of snow on the ground, the mechanical blare of Vplows and straight blades and salt spreaders plodding the white from Winter Wonderland—this is what the season is made of.   More
 
Tuesday, December 16, 2008 DANNY FASOLD

JOHN BENTLEY


Close-Up Profiles
Born into a family of farm equipment people, it seemed inevitable that John Bentley would follow in their footsteps. However, I don’t think he realized that one day he would be the owner of a manufacturing company as well as a company representing makers of farm-type and construction equipment.    More
 
Thursday, September 23, 2010 DENNE GOLDSTEIN

Power Produces Productivity


Landscape Maintenance
Do you remember when you purchased your first piece of power equipment? Maybe you were still a teenager, and you bought a walk-behind mower that you stored in your dad’s garage. Maybe it was the first riding mower you bought when you decided to go into business for yourself, after putting in a few years working for another company. Whatever it was, the decision was probably not a difficult one. You knew what you needed and you knew exactly how much money you had to spend.    More
 
Monday, May 1, 2006 ELIZABETH LEXAU

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