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December 5, 2018
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Lake Louise Resort fined $2.1M for cutting endangered trees

Lake Louise Resort in Alberta has been slapped with a $2.1-million fine for cutting 38 endangered whitebark pine trees in 2013. Appropriate permits were not obtained and the trees were considered healthy.

Hungrier ticks more determined to find hosts

Scientists have learned that ticks' metabolisms speed up after months of fasting, and they are more determined to find human hosts when starved for so long. Studies suggest starved ticks take larger blood meals, providing a greater opportunity to transmit disease such as Lyme or Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.

Topdresser attachment makes operation quick, smooth, effortless

Ecolawn Applicator has introduced a new topdress attachment – the ECO 600T. The three-point hitch attachment is unique in Ecolawn Applicator's line of broadcast topdressers.

Research aids in weevil monitoring, control

Research at Penn State University has found the means for golf superintendents to better monitor annual bluegrass weevil infestations and target the pest's most active periods for insecticide applications.
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Only a few Canadian golf courses have joined Audubon program

Although golf has evolved over the past few decades as a more environmentally aware and environmentally conscious sports, few Canadian golf courses have taken advantage of the Audubon Co-operative Sanctuary Program for Golf. Slightly more than 80 Canadian golf courses – from among thousands – have joined the program. » Read More

Landscape Ontario Congress

January 8 - 10, 2019
Location: Toronto, Ont.
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Golf Industry Show

February 2 - 7, 2019
Location: San Diego, Calif.
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