Valve Identification question

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I have a 16 zone system and 2 valves seem to be leaking . I am having a hard time identifying them and hoping that when I do I can just replace the diaphragm. They are brass with Solenoids and installed around 2011. Any help would be greatly appreciated

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In With the New: 4 Signs It’s Time for a Rebrand

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A healthy brand evolves over time to keep pace with your company, your customers and your business goals. Sometimes this takes the form of a brand refresh, which builds upon current materials to breathe new life into the look and feel. Other times, it calls for a major overhaul. Or, in other words, a full…
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Time to blast the well point with a 12 gauge shotgun arg arg arg

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1.25 inch sandpoint well. 25 ft of pipe. Static water level at 16ft. 25 year old pipe. Only getting 10gpm out of a gould j15s (should easily make 20gpm).

Do I

1 blast compressed air, marinate with vinegar, use nuwell tablets etc

2 pound in a new point close by and tie both point together.

3 pull old point and clean and attempt to reassemble and reinstall

4 pull old point junk it and install new point and pipe in same place

5 abandon old point and pound new one closeby and only use…

Time to blast the well point with a 12 gauge shotgun arg arg arg

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Selling a lawn route and don't know what to do

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So I’m 24 years old, and looking to sell a lawn route that I have had through high school and college. I pretty much focused on grass cutting, but also did some bush trimmings as well as leaf cleanup. I have 35 weekly accounts, where I’m charging an average price of $30 per yard. My equipment is also very limited, as I was using a 5×8 trailer, Gravely ZT1734 mower, Stihl FS-90R trimmer and a Stihl BG-55 hand blower. I would actually like to hold onto my blower and trimmer as…

Selling a lawn route and don’t know what to do

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Selling a lawn business/accounts

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Hello- i know this topic has come up many times and everyone has their own opinion. I would like to just hear from someone who has ACTUALLY DONE IT. How did you figure up the value? What was the final sale price?

I have approx 130 residentail accounts i want to sell. I can include equipment with it. I am going all commercial from here on out. Total monthly revenue just for the residential is a little over 10k per month. I live in coastal south Carolina and we have an 8 month lawn season…

Selling a lawn business/accounts

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Chelsea container gardens feature Welsh Slate and Breedon Special Aggregates

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Hard landscaping products, including decorative aggregates from Welsh Slate and Breedon Special Aggregates will complement the return to the 2022 Chelsea Flower Show of the container gardens introduced last year.

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Rain Bird launches new docuseries

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Trees enrich our lives in many ways, and global irrigation manufacturer Rain Bird is celebrating them with a new docuseries, TREE STORIES. Now streaming on YouTube and hosted by Emmy Award-winning personality Elliott Bambrough, the short films showcase some of the most iconic trees in the United States.

“Rain Bird has a long history of environmental education, and this series really captures our passion for trees and tree health,” said Whitney Braun, product manager for Rain Bird’s Landscape Drip Division. “While many people may think of lawn sprinklers when they hear the name Rain Bird, we also manufacture unique products designed to help young trees thrive and grow – perhaps inspiring their own tree stories someday.” 

Calling himself the “Tree Narrator,” Bambrough travels the country in search of trees with unique histories and science. He also shares the emotional connections people have with these remarkable trees.

Episode One highlights the thousand-year-old Giant Alligator Juniper in the Prescott (Arizona) National Forest where 19 firefighters tragically lost their lives battling the Doce Fire in 2013. In Episode Two, Bambrough visits the Monterey Cypress near La Jolla, California, that inspired a popular children’s story by Dr. Seuss. 

Certified Arborist Tyler Hill provides additional facts about the tree featured in each TREE STORIES episode at rainbird.com/treestories. He also shares advice about how to encourage similar trees to thrive in today’s conditions, as well as information about Rain Bird’s essential tools for tree health: SQ3QTR Square Pattern Nozzles, Root Watering System and XFS-CV Dripline.

“It’s our hope that TREE STORIES will help spark a renewed interest in trees and the many environmental and aesthetic benefits they provide,” Braun said. “And we want everyone to know Rain Bird is here to help ensure that the young trees planted with so much hope and optimism today are around for many, many years to come.”

For more information about Rain Bird’s products, visit www.rainbird.com.

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Target Specialty Products announces next Turf Fuel Master Class

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Santa Fe Springs, CalifTarget Specialty Products, a value-added service provider of pest and turf and ornamental solutions in the U.S. and Canada, is announcing part 16 of the Turf Fuel Master Class Series. 

Experts from Target Specialty Products and supply partners will discuss the myriad of supply challenges facing the Turf and Ornamental industries. The world is facing monumental supply and pricing challenges on all types of commodities and specialty products. Hear how Target Specialty Products and Turf Fuel are working hard along with our supply partners to minimize the impact on our customers’ business. 

This panel will speculate about concerns over the next six months as well as share some proven strategies to make the most out of your fertilizer and chemical applications during this challenging time. Click Here to register for the webinar happening on May 19 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. EST.

 Panelists for the webinar will include:

  • Brian Scott – Manufacturing Consultant, Turf Fuel
  • David Etzler – Branded Product Manager, NuFarm
  • Casey O’Connor – Product Strategy Manager, Target Specialty Products
  • Mark Jull – Proprietary Products Manager, Target Specialty Products

“Every day, we are fielding questions from our customers and our sales representatives about supply and pricing concerns. This panel discussion will provide some insight to the background of what is happening and a glimpse into what to expect moving forward.  We will also share some thoughts on how to create efficiency with your fertilizer and chemical applications” Jull says.

“Target Specialty Product’s team of experts has been busy ensuring product supply and the best possible pricing during this difficult time. We are please to welcome you to our discussion so you can best understand the situation and what the future holds,” says David Helt, president of Target Specialty Products.

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Scapes Environmental Design promotes Sullivan to EVP

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Scapes Environmental Design has promoted Rachel Sullivan as the company’s executive vice president. As EVP, Sullivan will help the company grow even more, with a focus on customer service and technology.

“I’m so excited to start a new chapter at Scapes,” Sullivan said. “I love working with customers to ensure they have the best experience possible, and this position allows me to put an even stronger focus on that.”

Rachel Sullivan

Since joining Scapes in 2010, Sullivan has played a critical role in separating Scapes from its competitors. She joined the company with a front-office role, ensuring customer satisfaction and handling requests and quotes. Sullivan quickly took on more responsibilities, including accounting and adding cutting edge digital systems that allowed Scapes to service more customers more efficiently. She made such an impact that President and CEO Jason Core knew he had to move her up the ranks of executive leadership.

“”Rachel’s drive, initiative and organizational skills are second to none,” Core said. “She has proven time and again that she can easily use her wide range of skills and her vision to make Scapes the leader in landscape design and maintenance. We are fortunate to have her in this role and look forward to more great things.”

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RedMax debuts latest backpack blower

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RedMax, a manufacturer of commercial-grade outdoor power equipment, introduces its most powerful blower yet — the EBZ8560. Passing a 4,000-hour durability test, this backpack blower was built to keep lawn maintenance professionals working comfortably all day.  

The new RedMax EBZ8560 generates 15% more blowing force than its predecessor (the EBZ8550).

“Pro users who run the RedMax EBZ8550 swear by it. Now we’ve leveled up again to deliver even more power and we’re confident this will blow away the competition in true RedMax fashion,” said Jack Easterly, product manager at RedMax. 

The power and performance are made possible by the higher engine compression from the RedMax Strato-Charged 2-stroke engine. Paired with the high-flow volute, the EBZ8560 produces 1,000 CFM of air volume at speeds of 220 MPH at the nozzle.   

In order to help provide all-day comfort, this backpack blower features cushioned straps and a ventilated back pad to reduce fatigue. Whether it’s lawn clippings, leaves or other heavy debris, the EBZ8560 helps operators clear large areas faster and more effectively. 

Learn more about the RedMax EBZ8560 backpack blower and the entire commercial lineup at RedMax.com

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