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How to Hire the Right Seasonal Staff

The busy season has officially arrived for lawn care companies — which means your workload is increasing and you are likely in need of extra staff. As you look for seasonal workers, remember that you have a business to run and a reputation to uphold, and your staff is a huge part of that. Below, we are going to outline some good practices to follow when hiring seasonal workers.

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Bringing Your Turf Back to Life

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Helpful Tips To Revive Your Grass After Winter

Your grass endures a lot over a year — and winter is most likely the time of year when it receives the least attention. Depending on where you live, you may have been be facing snow, ice, freezing temperatures and heavy winds, which all take a toll on your turf or your customers turf. You might get lucky and it could bounce back on its own, but if not, here are some helpful tips to get your grass ready for those long summer days.

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A World of What-If’s

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How to Prepare for the Unexpected this Season

Spring signals new opportunities and new challenges, but we often don’t know what those challenges are until they happen. Trends and research only go so far, because nature can always throw curveballs. If you’re a turf care professional, one way to prepare well for the upcoming season is to simulate scenarios in your mind, and then play out how you’d respond to them. Think of it as a fire drill before the fire ever happens.

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Golf (and Tiger) on the Upswing in 2018!

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For the first time in quite awhile, I made it a point to sit down and watch the final round of a televised tournament. The Valspar Championship at the Copperhead Course on Innisbrook grabbed my attention to the point that I changed my typical routine on a Sunday afternoon. Why? One word…Tiger. Love him or hate him, there’s one undeniable quality that he’s always had, he’s good for the game and our industry.

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Deep in the Heart of Texas

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Recap of LebanonTurf at the 2018 Golf Industry Show

They say that “everything is bigger in Texas,” and LebanonTurf did Texas proud last week at the 2018 Golf Industry Show in San Antonio. We had one of our busiest years ever at our booth, with several promotions and activities that kept the energy going all week long. If you came to the show, we’d like to extend a Texas-sized “thank you,” but if you weren’t able to attend, don’t worry. We’ve got a full recap of our activities from the show right here.

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February Events

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Date Event Location
Feb 2-9 Golf Industry Show San Antonio, TX
Feb 16 22nd Annual Keystone Athletic Field Managers Organization Athletic Field Conference Harrisburg, PA
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It’s All About Relationships

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If there’s one defining attribute that drives the entire golf industry, it is that it is firmly based on the relationships we have with one another. This power is clearly evident in both the superintendents’ career advancements as well as in the business side of the industry, which encompasses all the necessary supplies needed to properly manage a golf course. While some people may criticize the important role that relationships play in our industry, I adamantly believe that it serves us all very well.

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The Greatest Show About Golf Turf

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Five Things To Look for at the 2018 Golf Industry Show

It’s the biggest trade show in the golf industry, and you’ll find plenty of reasons to attend all over the show floor. However, you may not find a booth as active or exciting as the LebanonTurf booth #6069 at the 2018 Golf Industry Show. To prepare you for the show in San Antonio next month, we’re giving you five things to look for in our booth. It’s going to be a must-see.

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Planning Makes Perfect

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By now, most of you probably have your maintenance budget number for 2018. In all likelihood most of you don’t like that number, wishing it was about 30% more so you can do the things that would make your course really shine. But in today’s world being a superintendent means playing part-time magician with your budget and making it stretch to maximum potential. That’s where planning really pays off.

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