Gregg Wartgow is associate publisher and editor in chief of Green Industry Pros magazine, SnowPRO magazine, greenindustrypros.com, and related print and digital products.
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Darrick Stirling says that, next to his employees, his investment in a U.S. Lawns franchise is the best he's ever made.
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Solid January growth and March builder confidence suggest ongoing market improvement, especially in key segments important to landscaping.
Massachusetts contractor Ed Marchant says demand for smart irrigation is definitely moving in the right direction.
Proper training, communication, documentation and support can help your crew foremen play a pivotal role in preventing client concerns from blowing up into complaints.
Jason Fawcett of Elizabeth River Landscape Management in Suffolk, VA, was featured in Green Industry Pros' October 2010 issue. Now he's doing landscaping for country music star Luke Bryan.
Tennessee contractor Ken Hennebert says small fees associated with accepting online payments are well worth it.
Landscape contractors discuss the issues most affecting them today, and what they plan to do about them.
How lawn care and landscaping contractors can keep up with the trend of more consumers switching from computers to smartphones and tablets.
Survey results show which attachments landscape contractors own and want most.
February 21, 2014
Kubota dealers gain better access to Echo, Echo Bear Cat and Shindaiwa products, while joint marketing initiatives are expected to drive more equipment buyers to all dealerships.
While turfgrass is a necessity, it can be managed more sustainably. Here's how.
Equipment dealers react to Jacobsen's recent acquisition of Dixie Chopper.
Landscape contractors discuss how they get their companies ready to fire on all cylinders once spring springs.
Judy Altmaier, now eight months into her new job as Exmark's vice president and general manager, discusses how the company plans to remain No. 1 in the commercial mower business.