Planning for the Future

Landscape

As we head toward the end of 2019, it’s time to start thinking about what turf care plan you can offer to your customers in 2020. Now is a great time to focus on putting together and pitching your customers on year-long projects for the upcoming seasons. Let’s look at several factors that go into picking a plan that’s right for your business and customers.

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GIE+EXPO RECAP

News

Every October, our team at LebanonTurf looks forward to heading to Louisville for the GIE+EXPO. If you’ve never heard of or attended the Green Industry and Equipment Expo, this is the place for landscapers to talk everything from equipment and technique to products and technology. When attending a trade show of this magnitude, we always go with the goal in mind of focusing on saving time.

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Calculating Seed Rates

Landscape

Every customer wants a beautiful and healthy lawn. But achieving this means putting in plenty of time and effort—and the right amount of grass seed. As a professional, you’ve likely calculated seed rate before but we want to provide you with the knowledge that will guarantee you get it right every time. Because a healthy and luscious lawn means higher home values, better environmental benefits and of course, satisfied customers. 

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Planning for Fall

Landscape

A dive into fertility, seeding, and transplanting

Many people consider summer their favorite season, but turfgrass might not. Summer heat and traffic can take its toll on turf. August is typically the last month of extreme heat before turf professionals can start looking forward to cooler weather. While fall is on your doorstep, consider the following tasks as a part of your plan.

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Calling All Dogs

Golf

A look into our Dog Days of Golf Calendar in collaboration with GCSAA

It’s that time of year again where we at LebanonTurf, along with the Golf Course Superintendent Association of America (GCSAA), get to know a new round of golf dogs. Every year, we take submissions from golf courses all over the country who want their pal to be featured in our Dog Days of Golf Calendar. And each year, one of these lucky calendar dogs is chosen as our Dog of the Year, which comes with some pretty great perks.

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Summer Drought & Insect Control

Landscape

How to tell when turf is suffering from drought stress or infestation

Now that spring is over, and we are in the midst of higher temperatures and longer days, it is important to know the signs of summer turf stress. Whether it be from drought or insect damage, it’s imperative that you and your customers know the signs. This will allow you to identify what the issue is and treat their turf accordingly.

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Summer Mowing Maintenance & Turf Health

Landscape

How to get the most out of your mow

Mowing certainly plays a big role in your daily lawn care efforts once warmer weather arrives. Although some see mowing as a straightforward, blue collar task, the best pros in the business have a strategy behind every cut. They work hard and smart to make the lawn look good while keeping the turf healthy.

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April Showers Mean May Turf Care

Landscape

Spring is here which means it’s time to revive your turf

It may not seem like it in some parts of the country—but spring is just around the corner. While your customers are excited about sunshine and warm weather, they should also be thinking about the maintenance their turf will need. Some turf may bounce back nicely on its own but there are still several steps to help it get ready for those long, hot summer days.

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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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Dog Days of Golf

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