2019 GIS Recap

Golf

It was another successful year for LebanonTurf at the greatest show in golf, the Golf Industry Show (GIS) in San Diego. Attendees chose a new Dog of the Year, Rosie from Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club and we had two winners take home new Apple Watches: Michael Rayman of University of Illinois Golf Practice Facility and Jared Brewster of Highland Springs Country Club.

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Adapting to a Growing Problem in Turf

Landscape

An Article in the January issue of Lawn and Landscape stated that last spring, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported U.S. businesses are operating with a record 6.6 million unfilled positions. This especially affected the landscaping industry.

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It’s Show Time

Golf

A look at GIS and other things to come in 2019

If you read our last blog of 2018, then you got a look back on some of our best moments of the last year. And although 2019 may bring some similar moments, we are looking forward to creating some new experiences for you and your customers. With that being said, let’s take a look at just a few of the things we have in store for this year.

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It’s a Ruff Life

Golf

A day in the life of a golf dog

It’s no secret that at LebanonTurf we have a soft spot for our furry, four-legged companions. From our sponsorship with the GCSAA Dog Day’s of Golf Calendar to our partnership at the Golf Industry Show with K9’s for Warriors and Flyaway Geese, we love to see pups with a purpose.

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GIE+EXPO + ProScape®

News

Focusing on combination fertilizers

Two weeks ago, LebanonTurf attended the GIE+EXPO in Louisville, Kentucky. For those of you who don’t know what that name entails, it is the much-anticipated annual Green Industry and Equipment Expo. This is the place for landscapers to talk everything from equipment to technique to products.

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Planning for Success in 2019!

Golf

If you’re like most superintendents, part of the draw of managing golf courses is the fact that you like working outside. Unfortunately, from time to time, being a superintendent does require significant amounts of time being spent inside your office. When you feel a chill in the air and see the leaves on the trees start to change color, you know it’s time to begin the annual ritual of preparing the next season’s budget and maintenance schedules.

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It’s Time to Think About Fall

Landscape

Prepping Your Turf For the Next Season

It’s no secret that most people are excited for fall to come back around — the weather cools down, the bugs are less annoying, and it becomes more pleasant to spend time outdoors. But while you are excited for fall, your customer’s turf is preparing for dormancy.

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LebanonTurf Enhances True Performance Turfgrass Program for 2019

News

Additional flexibility in product choices and a tiered rebate structure provide greater value

LEBANON, Penn. (August 21, 2018) – Building on the success achieved in 2018, LebanonTurf has announced several enhancements to the depth and scope of the True Performance Turfgrass Program. New this year, the company is adding more flexibility for qualifying product selection and a multitiered rebate structure based on the volume of each customized program.

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