Leads through online platforms

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We are newly developing our website for our young business by ourselves. We are almost complete but a few thoughts and queries. At this point of time social media presence is playing a vital role. Though we lack much idea about how much effective will it be for a lawncare business. Currently we are targeting residential landscapes.
Going through the internet I came to know that we can generate leads through SEO, social media marketing, email marketing and paid ads. My question is that does…

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Ten UK nurseries growing rose of the year but Hampton Court launches are over

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Rose of the Year is Peach Melba from Kordes, as revealed by HortWeek in June, and British Association of Rose Breeders have revealed the eight nurseries growing it.

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Gardenia has strange spiky things where flowers should be

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Steel Green Manufacturing breaks ground on new facility

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Steel Green Manufacturing broke ground in May of 2022 on a new facility in Lebanon, Indiana. The company plans to relocate its offices and manufacturing operations to the new building in May of 2023. 

 Steel Green will lease 30,000 square feet of the building—more than double the size of its current facility—from Merritt Contracting, the company completing the project. Advanced Turf Solutions will lease the remaining 10,000 square feet of the facility. 

Since its founding in 2018, Steel Green has grown to more than 30 employees. The company manufactures stand-on zero-turn spreader/sprayer machines, attachments and parts. With an initial focus on lawn care professionals, Steel Green has expanded its customer base to include sports field managers and golf course superintendents. 

“This will be a much-needed move for us,” said Matt Smith, co-founder and sales manager of Steel Green Manufacturing. “We’re eager to increase production, serve more customers, and provide more jobs in our community.”

The new facility will be located at the address below:

820 S State Road 39

Lebanon, IN 46052

 

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How often do you grease spindles?

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On my venerable 2002 Toro floating deck w/b, all of the blade spindles have a grease zero on top. My maintenance sheet does not mention them, and so I’ve been greasing them every 10 hrs or so when I grease the castor wheels. Despite this frequency, I usually can put 30+ pumps in before it starts to sound like some is leaking out. Also, I’ve never figured out where it does leak out, so I don’t know how much to put in.
How much should I be greasing my spindles, and how often?

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Website Development Best Practices: From Framework to Optimization

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Insights from Crystal Torres-Martinez, Web Developer: Think of your business’ website as a window display that showcases your company’s unique brand and customer experience. And with this display, it must be engaging, navigable and useful. If you lose sight of what the goal of your display – or in this case, your website – is,…
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CSU selected as new partner for national sustainable landscaping program

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Colorado State University
has been named the new institutional partner for Landscape For Life, a program that provides education
on sustainable landscaping practices.

Developed in 2011 by
the United States Botanic Garden and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at the University of Texas at
Austin, Landscape For Life is based on the principles of the Sustainable Sites Initiatives.

The program will continue
to be in partnership with the USBG and will be offered by CSU Extension, a
division of CSU’s Office of Engagement and Extension.

“USBG is thrilled to
collaborate with CSU to continue Landscape for Life and the important work of
teaching people about sustainable gardening at home,” said Susan Pell, USBG
acting executive director. “CSU’s commitment to sustainability through action
and education make for a great fit for this program. We look forward to working
together to expand knowledge, access and resources for sustainable gardening
practices across the country.”

“We are proud to be part
of the program’s history and are pleased that CSU will foster its future,” said
Lee Clippard, executive director of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.
“What began as an initiative to deliver education on sustainable gardening
practices has grown into an opportunity to inspire lasting impact and change.”

For over 10 years,
Landscape For Life has provided resources and training opportunities for people
interested in climate-resilient landscaping techniques for any size garden,
farm or common area. While conventional gardens can work against nature,
sustainable gardens are supportive of natural ecosystems and conserve
resources. They enhance the environment’s ability to clean air and water,
reduce flooding, combat climate change and provide other natural benefits that
support life on earth.

Landscape For Life uses
these benefits as core themes and areas of focus for the course
curriculum.  The program also teaches foundational principles of
Sustainable Sites Initiatives, the nation’s first comprehensive rating system
designed to distinguish sustainable landscapes and measure their performance.

CSU Extension assumed
responsibility for management, stewardship, growth and ownership of the program
in May 2022. The first charge of the new CSU-USBG partnership will be updating
content to ensure the latest, science-based research remains core to the
curriculum, followed by improving in-depth learning opportunities through
accessible online programming and in-person training in Colorado.

Through leveraging the
institution’s experience and expertise in creating scalable learning platforms,
mixed with strong, national Cooperative Extension network connections, CSU
plans to address audiences nationwide. Longer-term, high-priority goals for the
program place an emphasis on language justice with an initiative to translate
course content into Spanish, in both written and live translation.

“We are excited to build
on the work started by the USBG and the Wildflower Center, and bring CSU’s
resources into this next stage of the program,” said Blake Naughton, vice
president for CSU’s Office of Engagement and Extension. “Partnerships like this
are fundamental to engagement where together, we increase the value we bring to
individuals, industries and communities.”

To be responsive to
different learning styles, personalized education tracks are in development.
Course modality will include options like free online content, modular online
courses and customized, fee-based training delivered either online or
in-person.

Based on the learner’s
desired outcomes and intended goals for registration, course content will be
directed at two audience segments of the landscaping industry: those who
install and maintain green spaces (landscaping companies, municipal staff,
homeowners/gardeners), and those who experience landscapes (clients of
landscaping companies, HOA boards, municipalities, homeowners/gardeners).

“We recognize that
sustainable landscape training, to be most effective, should include different
experiences based on how the individual interacts with landscapes,” Naughton
said. “With CSU‘s access to some of the nation’s top researchers and academics
in science and sustainability, we’ll build upon existing curriculum and develop
new modules that tailor the learning experience for either consumers or
providers.”

To learn more about
Landscape For Life, explore the course curriculum, or see how to get involved,
visit landscapeforlife.colostate.edu.

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5 Tips for Amplifying Your Message with Email Marketing

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Email marketing is big for B2B businesses. It offers a high ROI opportunity — generating approximately $42 for every $1 spent — and comes at a pretty low cost compared to other forms of marketing. Yet, with roughly 4 billion daily users and over 300 billion emails sent per day, there’s also a lot of…
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John Deere Z930M – mower off, display flashing random codes (but not really) PTO won't engage

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With the ignition off and the key removed, the display and two warning lights are flashing randomly…not in any sequence like it’s throwing codes, more like there is a short somewhere and its intermittingly making the screen and lights go on/off…with the ignition turned off.

This apparently ran the battery down and I installed a new battery, mower started up fine, but the PTO won’t engage. When I turn the PTO on, the PTO icon comes on within the display but it doesn’t engage. The…

John Deere Z930M – mower off, display flashing random codes (but not really) PTO won’t engage

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Scag – Out Of Stock Everywhere?

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Looking for a Scag Cheetah II. Called several dealerships and everyone just laughs. Out of Stock and can’t order any. Anyone know why? Thanks!

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