View Here!
LMDirect! Brought to you by Landscape Management
JUNE 17, 2021
View Here!
Graphic: LM Staff
2021 LM150: Another record year
Now in its 13th year, the 2021 LM150 list of the largest landscape companies by revenue, boasts another record-setting revenue year of $12.6 billion. Find out which companies made our list.
Read More
NALP supports H-2B visa expansion bill
The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) is praising a bipartisan group of lawmakers for legislation that would permanently relieve caps on H-2B visas, making it easier to bring workers into the country.
Read More
View Here!
Heritage Landscape Supply adds two pavers companies
McKinney, Texas-based Heritage Landscape Supply purchased two paver and stone companies in North Carolina: Southern Stone Supply and Scott Stone.
Read More
SiteOne offering green industry training in Spanish
SiteOne Landscape Supply will offer a series of bilingual initiatives to support the green industry, starting with four Spanish-taught courses during SiteOne University next month.
Read More
View Here!
Horizon adds sales centers in California, Florida
Horizon Distributors opened sales centers in Visalia, Calif., and Melbourne, Fla., extending its presence in two of the largest irrigation and landscape product markets.
Read More
View Here!
Landscapes 2021 conference registration opens
Registration is now open for the National Association of Landscape Professionals' conference, Landscapes, which is set to run concurrently with GIE+EXPO. Learn more about the educational opportunities.
Read More
turf+ornamental ↴    
Harrell's Polyon makes it to second stage of EPA challenge
Harrell’s Polyon control release fertilizer moves to Stage 2 of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA’s) Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers: Environmental and Agronomic Challenge.
Read More
mowing+maintenance ↴    
 (Photo: Scythe Robotics)
Scythe Robotics debuts autonomous mower
Scythe Robotics released its first zero-emission, autonomous mower and $18.6 million in Series A funding. Get the scoop on the launch.
Read More
View Here!
mowing+maintenance ↴    
 Photo: Stihl
How to get the most out of your blower
Contractors share how proper maintenance helps them get the most out of their blowers and keeps them going during the busy season.
Read More
View Here!
design/build+installation ↴    
 (Photo: Cat)
Cat intros new mini hydraulic excavators
The new 2.7-to 3.5-tonne mini hydraulic excavators from Caterpillar offer features that can help contractors increase efficiency.
Read More
irrigation+water management ↴    
How to successfully install irrigation systems
Irrigation contractors can follow these steps before digging to ensure a clear plan to allow the proper installation of irrigation systems.
Read More
Time-Saving On Irrigation & Landscaping — With Vac and Drills
How vacs and drills can help you reduce labor expenses and maximize your efficiency.
Date: June 17
Sponsored by: Ditch Witch

Save time, labor and reduce disruption on landscaping and irrigation jobs with Ditch Witch directional drills and versatile vacs. Product Managers Cory Maker and Chapman Hancock talk productivity and versatility with machines you might not have considered. Learn how you can put these new tools of the trade to use in more ways than ever.

  • Cory Maker, product manager, HDD, Ditch Witch
  • Chapman Hancock, product manager, Vacuum Excavation, Ditch Witch
Register Now

Can’t attend the webinar? Register now and we’ll send you a link to the playback to watch at your convenience.
View Here!
Image: LM Staff
A father-son attachment
Rob Sitarz wants to bring the Lawnmower Fender to the market, which his father created to prevent mower blades from causing damage to plants in the yard.
Watch Video
Insights from LM's editors and landscape industry leaders
Photo: gustavofrazao/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images
How to ensure culture is more than a buzzword at your company
Jeffrey Scott shares, with a little help from his friends, how you can make your company a valued employer.
Read More
Why the team is the most valuable asset
Landscape Management columnist Marty Grunder explains why the team can prove to be landscape companies' most valuable asset.
Read More

How the green industry is proving durability
LM Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones celebrates our annual LM150 list including business advice learned from his interview with Chenmark Partner James Higgins.
Read More
LM June 2021 (Photo by Kyle Widder)