Zero-Turn Mowers: Past, Present, Future


Power Equipment
A lot goes into a nice looking lawn. A variety of plants, trees and shrubs might enhance the turf, giving the yard a pleasing, garden-like touch. Fences, gateways, walls and fountains are other common fixtures. Yet for all the ornamental beauty such accoutrements add to the lawn, all the more challenges there are in maneuvering around them once it’s time to mow.    More
 
Monday, January 12, 2009 DANNY FASOLD

Keeping Up With New Sprinkler Technology


Sprinklers
It's no mass government conspiracy that the availability of fresh water is decreasing every day, while populations continue to rise along with the demand for water. It's not as if there are more freshwater sources today than there were a million years ago -there aren't any new ones to tap into. Some scientists predict that by the year 2050, more than one billion people in Asia alone could face massive water shortages.    More
 
Wednesday, March 18, 2009 DANNY FASOLD

One Machine, Many Uses


Power Equipment
It wasn’t so long ago when a simple planting job required the work of an entire crew if you wanted to get it done in a timely fashion. When you had no other choice than to dig each hole by hand, lift each tree by hand, plant each and every one of those trees—you guessed it—by hand, the job was no longer simple.    More
 
Thursday, April 16, 2009 DANNY FASOLD

2Wire: Getting More for Less


Controllers
IN 1966, A PROFESSIONAL plant pathologist named Walter Cordua created a brand new type of irrigation system for farmers to use to better water their crops.   More
 
Friday, May 15, 2009 DANNY FASOLD

Getting Smart with Smart Water Controllers


Controllers
It wasn’t so very long ago that the water situation in many states had reached crisis proportions, resulting in the implementation of some of the toughest watering restrictions that had ever been seen.    More
 
Friday, August 14, 2009 DANNY FASOLD

Making Sense of Sensing Devices


Landscape Maintenance
WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE—It might seem that way, since much of our earth is covered in water, but we all know that water is an exhaustible resource and we must do our part to conserve.    More
 
Tuesday, September 15, 2009 DANNY FASOLD

Trenchers . . . More Than One Way to Dig


Power Equipment
Whether installing pipe, laying cable, or digging out space for hardscape or edging, trenching through packed earth can be hard on both people and equipment. The equipment that does your digging can have a big impact on your bottom line.    More
 
Tuesday, September 15, 2009 ELIZABETH LEXAU

The Future of Wireless Technology


Irrigation
When you think of wireless, what comes to your mind? Do you conjure up some new technology that would be beneficial for your business, or is it just another gadget for the ‘techies’?   More
 
Thursday, September 15, 2011 DENNE GOLDSTEIN

Can You Justify the Investment?


Power Equipment
You’ve just completed a few landscaping jobs in a residential neighborhood and you have happy customers spreading the word about your great work. Now eager neighbors are asking for your services. Sounds like a good deal, but there are problems. You can’t get your full-sized equipment into these small backyards, so your crew ends up hauling a lot of material by hand.    More
 
Monday, April 19, 2010 ELIZABETH LEXAU

Take Control with Smart Controllers


Controllers
When they first came on the market, conventional landscape irrigation controllers were a marvelous innovation. Automated watering meant you could set the controller and plants would have plenty of water when they needed it ...and even when they didn't. Enter the Smart Controller.    More
 
Tuesday, June 15, 2010 ELIZABETH LEXAU

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