Revol Greens Expands to East Coast With Recent Acquisition

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revol-greens-feb21-20The greenhouse vegetable operation has acquired BJ’s Produce Inc., which operates under the Living Fresh brand in Athens, GA.

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Climbing/trimming training in the south???

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OK ok, so I know we’ll get some guys that say, "what are you tied off for, isn’t that a shrub you’re trimming?" har de har funny stuff. We do come across some taller trees here in Texas, and people want to hire the few that are qualified to work in them.

But seriously, has anyone found any training in south of Missouri for serious tree guys? I was about to go to Vermont for a tree felling course, but found one in Missouri, so I’m headed there next month.

As far as serious climbing…

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Need new equipment ? Buy it now

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We all know prices are rising , fuel , food , trucks , equipment etc . You may want to buy or at least order NOW .

I ordered a Kubota tractor in the begining of August , it was due in possibly in October . Lucky for me someones credit fell thru and I was next on the list . I got it the 3rd week of August . But I had to get them a hefty deposit the day he called .

A buddy ordered a Kubota skid steer the 3 rd week of August so he had it for the snow season . It was due in in early…

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Retiring Equipment sale

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1993 Izusu Truegreen Spray Truck under 200,000 miles. It runs OK. I sprayed with this truck this week. I used it as a backup, not an everyday rig. 300 & 100 w/power reels. 4 UTV 3 with skid sprayer One with a fert spreader and holds a ton of bulk fertilizer. 4 Toro 150 gallon Golf Course sprayers 2 have power booms, and two are boomless, but I still have the original booms. Assorted 12V fimco type sprayers, plumbing & pump parts, etc., from the last 30 years.

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Fired another helper today…they only get worse..

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He‘s #8 hire/fire of the year..

Claimed he was experienced when interviewed 4 days ago.. Used to cut 40 lawns daily “back in the day with a crew” was the quick reply..

Taste of today:
Shoots grass on 2 cars with the mower, not A single care about it..(we had a detailed conversation in the truck, highlighting not to do this! )…could not operate a belt drive mower with pistol grips, never seen someone so frustrated squeezing a handle to go into circles, over a dozen time’s :dizzy:, before…

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SNA's scholarship fund adds Sally Smith Scholarship

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ACWORTH, Ga. — The Sidney B. Meadows Scholarship Fund, created in 1989 by the Southern Nursery Association, has created a new named scholarship to honor Alta Marie “Sally” Smith.

The scholarship is being fully-funded by Sally Smith Wall to memorialize her mother, who ran Flowerwood Nursery and who passed away in 1987.

“I have very fond memories of Mr. Sidney Meadows and I cannot think of a better way to honor my mother than to establish this new scholarship in her name," said Sally Wall. "The horticulture industry has been built upon a foundation of family-owned nurseries and both fathers and mothers have had important roles throughout the decades. It brings joy to me to honor my mother in this way.”

“We want to thank Ms. Wall for making this important contribution to the foundation to honor her mother. Every year, beginning in 2022, when we hand out the Sally Smith Scholarship, we will be making a critical investment in one of our brightest horticulture students and future industry leaders,” said Danny Summers, executive vice president of the fund. “I remember the very first phone conversation I had with Sidney in January 1989 when he emphasized the importance of helping our students and he sent one of the very first checks to help establish the fund a few days later."

The financial support offered by the fund has allowed many students the opportunity to work toward their educational goals. With this past year’s awards, the fund has awarded a total of $576,000 since the fund was established in 1989. The fund’s current assets are now more than $1.3 million. With the addition of the Sally Smith Fund, nine named funds have now been pledged to date: The Larry D. Edwards Fund, the Dr. James & Faye Foret Fund, the Richard J. “Dick” Hackney Fund, Sr. Fund, the Lee C. Howell Fund, the Dr. Bryson L. James Fund, the Arthur A. “Buck” Jones Fund, the Art & Millie Lancaster Fund, the Sally Smith Fund and the Robert L. VanLandingham Fund.

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Thailand workers growing gardens atop idle taxis

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BANGKOK — Taxi fleets in Thailand are giving new meaning to the term “rooftop garden,” as they utilize the roofs of cabs idled by the coronavirus crisis to serve as small vegetable plots.

Workers from two taxi cooperatives assembled the miniature gardens recently using black plastic garbage bags stretched across bamboo frames. On top, they added soil in which a variety of crops, including tomatoes, cucumbers and string beans, were planted.

The result looks more like an eye-grabbing art installation than a car park, and that’s partly the point: to draw attention to the plight of taxi drivers and operators who have been badly hit by coronavirus lockdown measures.

This story originally comes from the Associated Press. To read more and to see the rooftop taxi gardens, click here.

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National Trust defends reviewed access rules on Radio 4

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The National Trust came under fire in the You and Yours consumer programme over changes to its charging policy at three sites.

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The Galeo Group releases Galeo Pro tracking device

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FARGO The Galeo Group announced a new theft prevention and recovery system, consisting of a tracking device and companion mobile application (available for iOS and Android). The tracking device, called Galeo Pro, features cellular LTE, GPS, Bluetooth and an accelerometer for motion-activated alerts. Designed and manufactured in the U.S., Galeo Pro is expected to begin shipping this fall with Verizon and FCC certifications.

The Galeo Pro tracking device is about the size of a whiteboard eraser, measuring 5.25” x 3.25” x 1.6”. The tracker can be installed using two M6 fasteners, or the included Very High Bond (VHB) tape, making it easy to install on a variety of trailer types. Galeo Pro can be configured to send an alert when it senses motion, and depending on how it’s mounted, it can even detect when a trailer door is opened.

The Galeo Pro device will retail for $249.99, and a data plan is required for cellular location and alert services. The cellular service is activated through the app, with no trips to a Verizon store for SIM cards or activation. Plan options are $1.99/month, $19.99/year, or $49.99 for a 3-year plan.

“We invented this system because many thousands of trailers are stolen every year in the United States, but fewer than 25% are recovered,” said Jeff Johnson, president of The Galeo Group. “With the advent of new cellular technologies, we seized the opportunity to create a product with an affordable subscription price to protect any trailer and its contents from theft.”

This device was purpose built for the challenging snow, dust and rain environments, and can even withstand pressure washing when a trailer is being cleaned.

The battery operates in the most extreme temperatures (-40°F to +185°F) and will last three to five years in normal operation. Battery life is impacted by the frequency with which the device reports its position.

If Galeo Pro reports its position once per day and occasionally also reports its position on demand, a customer could expect the battery to last more than five years. With lower-frequency reporting the Galeo Pro battery could last even longer.

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LMN launches new payment processing platform

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Landscape Management Network (LMN) is introducing LMN Pay, the company’s new payment processing platform within the LMN Customer Portal. The platform has been updated based on feedback from landscape business owners and their customers.

LMN Pay provides a frictionless online experience while also helping to improve cash flow and reduce costs through lower fees. The LMN Customer Portal will showcase improved functionality when customers access the system to pay for job invoices, submit work requests and view jobsite activity photos such as landscaping installation and snow removal.

“We are providing an easy-to-use, secure payment system for all transactions using LMN Pay,” said Mike Lysecki, CTO at LMN. “This delivers on our mission to help landscape business owners reduce costs and drive operational improvements.”

The new platform is supported by LMN’s payment team, who are available to answer questions during normal business hours from both customers as well as landscaping business owners.

Other benefits to LMN Pay include:

●       Quick & Easy Sign-Up – LMN Pay provides a quick and easy way for landscapers to enable credit card payments on the LMN platform. The process takes less than 10 minutes and has eliminated the need for complex paperwork and multiple signatures.

●       Affordable Pricing – LMN Pay offers simple flat rate transaction pricing with no set-up or cancellation fees plus eliminates bank deposit and chargeback fees.

LMN Pay will be released with the upcoming LMN Product Update launching this month.

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