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Propane mowers gaining momentum

In a crowded market, it can be tough for landscape contractors to set themselves apart from other businesses offering essentially the same services. However, with an ever-increasing concern for the environment, and awareness of our individual carbon footprints and harmful fuel emissions, incorporating services that promote sustainability and reduce emissions provides a way for contractors to stand out from the crowd.

Quiet diesel engine a first for truck

Quiet. That word describes, perfectly, the new 3.0L Power Stroke diesel just introduced by Ford.

Landscape professionals embrace new technology

Drones, GPS mapping and 3-D modeling are among the technological innovations landscape professionals are using during the design/creation phase, freeing up valuable time and manpower that can be used on other projects.

Technology a boon to landscapers

New technology in the form of specialty computer software and mobile apps are giving landscape contractors a leg up in the business world and are allowing them to be more efficient in their operations.

4G pitches take artificial turf to new safety levels

The fundamentals of football (soccer) have changed little since it was established in 1863. However, with soaring salaries and the introduction of new technology, pretty much everything else has – right down to the pitches they play on.
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Tech-savvy landscaping

Tech-savvy landscaping company blazing new trail

An Orangeville, Ont. landscaping company – celebrating its 25th anniversary this year – is considered a leader in the industry after tapping into new technology and embracing environmentally friendlier approaches to appease its customers. » Read More

Turf tarping made simpler

An assistant golf superintendent has come up with an idea that simplifies the deployment and collection of turf covers, reduces the amount of labour involved in their implementation, and significantly extends their shelf life. » Read more...

Drones may be golf’s next big breakthrough

One such technological wonder that has recently left its mark on the industry is the drone, which has several useful applications on a golf course. » Read more...

Jump starter makes light work at job sites

High-performance jump-starting is now available in a compact package designed for power-starved jobsite professionals. » Read more...

Toro’s SMRT Logic connects with Google Home, Amazon Alexa

The Toro Company has simplified the ease and productivity of outdoor tasks with its connectivity to Google Home and Amazon Alexa. » Read more...

21st annual Snow & Ice Conference

June 26-29, 2018
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
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Sports Turf Canada Ontario Field Day

September 20, 2018
Location: Belleville, Ont.
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