Pearl’s Premium is no miracle grass

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Spectrum unveils WatchDog 3000 Wireless ET Weather Station

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AURORA, Ill. – Spectrum Technologies Inc., expands its product offering with the release of the WatchDog Wireless ET Weather Station. Through the single station, customers can now receive real-time, site-specific weather data on their smartphone, including temperature, relative humidity, rainfall, wind speed/direction and solar radiation.

With an LTE CAT-M1/NB-IoT cellular radio, the 3000 Series can monitor the widely dispersed turf areas on a commercial property and send data to the SpecConnect cloud. After an overnight rainfall, a contractor can see which areas of the property received different amounts of rainfall with a separate Wireless Rain Temperature/Relative Humidity Station and adjust irrigation run times accordingly. The all-in-one design with smartphone setup makes installation quick and easy for someone whose real job is not setting up weather stations.

 “With this new wireless station, you no longer have to rely on local weather services providing inaccurate rainfall and ET data,” said Mike Thurow, president and CEO of Spectrum Technologies.

Spectrum Technologies is proud to announce that the WatchDog 3000 Series Weather Station product line recently received the 2021 AE50 Award from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE). This marks Spectrum’s 25th AE50 award recognizing the top innovative new products produced in agricultural equipment.

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What have you hit?

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I was just curious if I’m the only one who comes across "hidden" objects under the leaves while I’m mowing? So far this year I got a garden hose, numerous toys, dog chain, beer bottles/cans, and the best one was the news paper that made a terrible mess. Come to think of it, I think all these items were at apartment buildings.

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FMC, NALP develop joint initiative to help LCOs

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FMC Corporation and the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) announced that they will launch a joint initiative to help lawn care operators (LCO) grow their businesses by providing access to a variety of tools and resources offered by both FMC and NALP.

The FMC True Champions program helps small-to-medium-sized lawn care companies ($450,000-$850,000 in annual revenue) transition from working ‘in’ their business to working ‘on’ their business. FMC will sponsor memberships in NALP to give small companies access to resources and training.

“FMC is committed to growing the future of the lawn care industry,” said Mike Sisti, marketing manager at FMC Professional Solutions. “We built the FMC True Champions end-user program as a way to support LCOs strategically grow their business.”

FMC will sponsor a free, one-year membership in NALP to companies that meet a minimum requirement for the promotion. FMC True Champion program members will be provided a discount for the following two years of NALP membership to allow LCOs to become fully engaged with the association.

“We are extremely excited to partner with FMC and their True Champions program on this effort,” said Britt Wood, NALP CEO. “By working together, we can help up and coming LCO’s grow and develop their businesses.”

FMC is offering the NALP-FMC Kickoff Promotion Nov. 30 through Dec. 11, 2020, with rebates on FMC products specifically geared towards the lawn care market.

Companies enrolled in the program will also receive a complimentary registration to some NALP education events, ensuring that they have every opportunity to access the networking and education to help them grow professionally.

To learn more and to sign up for FMC True Champions, click here.

 

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Focal Pointe Outdoor Solutions named to Fast 50 list

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CASEYVILLE, Ill. – Focal Pointe Outdoor Solutions was once again named to the St. Louis Business Journal’s list of the 50 fastest-growing companies in the region.

The company was also a recent cover story for Lawn & Landscape magazine.

Joining just five other firms to be included on the “Fast 50” list for three years running, Focal Pointe ranked 43rd on the 2020 list. The Business Journal compiles revenue data for privately held companies in the St. Louis region that had sales of at least $1 million in 2017 and experienced a revenue increase between 2018 and 2019.

“While growth is obviously terrific, it’s never been our primary goal. Growth tells me that we’re hitting the mark on the things that matter most to us – delighting our clients, energizing our employees, and beautify communities,” said Focal Pointe President and Founder John Munie.

Focal Pointe had revenue of $17.8 million in 2019 and experienced 53.21% growth during the three-year period. “Since the beginning, our success has been defined by the trust and satisfaction of our clients, employees, and communities,” Munie said.

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Buyers Products upgrades spreader

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CLEVELAND – Buyers Products introduces a larger version of its
SaltDogg PRO Series electric spreader. The new 9-1/2-foot PRO3000 model boasts
a 3-cubic-yard capacity, which equates to roughly 3.2 tons of bulk #1 rock
salt. The spreader joins the existing 1.5-, 2- and 2.5-cubic-yard models of the
popular SaltDogg PRO Series.

To create the PRO3000,
Buyers upgraded its 3-cubic-yard spreader (SHPE3000) with a swing-away chute
and a remote grease-bearing kit. The chute makes bulk-unloading extra material
easy at the end of the day, and it give contractors the ability to quickly load
their walk-behinds on site. The remote grease-bearing kit takes the hassle out
of lubricating the auger bearing. Both upgrades are standard features across
the entire PRO Series line of spreaders.

“Our customers’ feedback
is our most valuable resource,” said Scott Moorman, director of snow and ice at
Buyers Products. “They love our PRO Series and wanted us to upgrade our
3-cubic-yard, electric, poly-hopper spreader to the same specs. So, we did just
that.”

For more information on
the SaltDogg PRO Series or Buyers’ complete line of snow and ice removal
equipment, visit BuyersProducts.com.

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Ruppert Landscape adds Cid Wilson, John Wagner to board of directors

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LAYTONSVILLE, Md. – Ruppert Landscape recently appointed Cid Wilson of the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility and John C. Wagner of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. to join the company’s board of directors.

As President and CEO of the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility, Wilson helps guide advocacy efforts to increase the representation of Hispanics in Corporate America. In service of these efforts, Wilson directs programs and initiatives that advance Hispanic inclusion in the areas of employment, procurement, philanthropy, and governance at Fortune 500 companies. Wilson was appointed by President Barack Obama to the National Museum of the American Latino Study Commission, served as board chairman of the Friends of the National Museum of the American Latino from 2012 to 2016, and continues to lead advocacy efforts aimed at sustaining Congressional support for the museum’s completion.

“As a company with a diverse workforce, many of whom are of Hispanic heritage, we will most certainly benefit from Cid’s cultural perspective and insight into how we can further engage and empower our people.” said Phil Key, president of Ruppert Landscape. “Additionally, his considerable analytical experience makes him a valuable addition to our board as we aim to make data-driven decisions to grow the company in a way that benefits employees.”

As the National Director for Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Wagner focuses exclusively on the risks associated with construction and real estate companies. Before Gallagher, he founded and was CEO of Construction Risk Solutions, a high-end management consulting and risk management firm that specialized exclusively in large construction companies. Prior to starting CRS, Wagner was executive vice president of Willis of Maryland, where he managed the construction practice for the Mid-Atlantic region.

“John has extensive experience in the construction industry, which constitutes about half of our business, and is deeply knowledgeable on the subject of safety and risk management,” said Craig Ruppert, Ruppert Landscape CEO. “Perhaps more importantly, he is intimately familiar with the Ruppert culture through our long-time partnership with Gallagher and has been supportive of our various initiatives over the years. Additionally, he has experience in succession planning, having developed a CEO forum group that helps transition second and third generation family businesses. We are looking forward to the many insights that he will undoubtedly bring as a member of our board.”

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Weird employee issue

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To start, I run a small 2 guy operation. Myself, working all of the lawn treatment business and other misc stuff, and my mowing guy, who does just that 90% of the time. Hired a guy this year who is more than a HS/college kid, good worker, gets the routes mowed, quality is good (could be excellent, we have discussed that). Guys a strange dude though, kind of loner and not socially capable in a sense. He HATES working with me and prefers to do everything on his own. Almost a little…

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Project EverGreen adds FNGLA as affiliate partner

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CLEVELAND – Project EverGreen has added the Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association as an affiliate partner.

The two groups will collaborate to foster support for green industry professionals, local businesses, municipalities and community leaders to commit and work jointly to grow the maintained green space footprint across Florida.

The partnership will engage FNGLA’s professional members to serve as "boots on the ground" to help lead efforts to revitalize community parks and public green spaces as part of Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Communities initiative.

The two organizations will also join forces to support Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Troops initiative which provides complimentary lawn care and landscape services to families of deployed military personnel. Project EverGreen will work with FNGLA’s local chapters to match landscape contractor volunteers with military families currently on a waiting list for service.

“FNGLA is a vibrant industry association whose members are dedicated professionals working to enhance green spaces throughout the state of Florida,” said Cindy Code, executive director of Project EverGreen. “FNGLA’s participation not only expands our mission and programs in Florida to help more communities and military families in need of healthy, vibrant yards, landscapes and parks. It also celebrates the generosity of FNGLA’s landscape contractor and production nursery members. We are grateful for their support and can’t wait to get to work.”

“FNGLA joining forces with Project EverGreen is a natural marriage,” said Sarah Spatola, FNGLA’s 2020 president-elect. “It ties FNGLA member values of environmental stewardship and community service together with Project Evergreen’s mission to bring people together to make a difference in how our yards, parks and communities create a greener, healthier, cooler Earth.”  ]]>

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The Software Report names Top 50 Women in SaaS

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The Software Report announced the Top 50 Women Leaders in SaaS of 2020. These women have demonstrated leadership across a variety of roles within the software industry. Dedicated to inclusivity and diversity in the workplace, they have served as advocates for women in tech and have stood out as role models pushing forth a bold new agenda.

This year’s awardees are recognized for their performance within their roles, their ability to foster innovation and growth, and their expertise in SaaS solutions. These individuals have made profound contributions in strategy, operations, marketing, human resources, business development and other areas.

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