How Some Companies Are Using Unique Incentives to Attract Talent

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Ian Baldwin: Why the Roles of Garden Retail Staff May Be ChangingAs employers nationwide struggle to fill positions, many companies are trying a range of new tactics to find and keep job candidates.

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Hosta – White Leaves

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Q: I have hostas but I do not know the

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"Identical" blades = expensive lesson

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I needed new blades for my 72" Turf Tiger 2. One (and only one) of the two Scag dealers on the island claimed to have them in stock. When I arrived to pick them up I noticed that the part number pressed into the blade was 482880. The part number shown in the owner’s manual for TT2 blades is 482882.

I later found the 482880 is listed by Scag as the blade for a 72" Cheetah and I will refer to them as the TT blade or the Cheetah blade.

I said "that part number is off by one digit." Dealer…

"Identical" blades = expensive lesson

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Easy DIY Wood Sides on 5×8 Utility Trailer PHOTOS

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I just finished (sort of) refurbishing my utility trailer for the second time since purchasing it used in 2010.
I took a lot of pics as I worked, so I thought I would share. Maybe someone will find it useful.

This thread will have two parts – first, a quick batch of photos of how it looked when I bought it, and how I refurbished it the first time, followed by the current refurb showing how I did the work this time around.

It’s a basic Carry On brand 5’x8′, open mesh floor trailer.
When I…

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Slice seeding dog piss damage

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Got a new customer for fert/weed control. Has an apprx 2k sq ft section of his back lawn that is pretty dog-pissed up. He has 3 big labs taking leaks back there. Claims to want a really nice lawn (I’m thinking as he speaks "yeah righ bud, get rid of those dogs and we’ll get you a nicer lawn). At any rate wants the damaged section renovated. Told him to cut off all that piss sod and re-install, but will be expensive. I could also lay some compost back there and power seed into it with…

Slice seeding dog piss damage

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ZT-3400 Transaxle

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Did a search for this question but couldn’t find an answer.

My mower is a Scag Cheeta 48 inch cut, 2012 year I think. Has ZT-3400 transaxles.
The mover will only move backwards on the right side. Not forward.
Moves forward and backwards on the left side. Has proper amount of 20w50 in tank.
Any ideas? Thanks in advance

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BIFGA technical day set for 26 May

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The 33rd BIFGA Technical day will take the form of afternoon/early evening tours, which will enable four, separate, “socially-distanced” small groups to visit (concurrently) four different sites (3 farms, and one cold storage site) situated in relatively close proximity to each other, in West Kent.

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About the $600.00 limitation of payment for nonemployees.

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So according to the U.S. government, if you pay a non-employee such as a guy for labor 600 dollars or more, you must send him a 1099 misc. If I pay someone say 599 then I don’t have to send him a 1099 misc and basically keep a record of him on file. Just pay someone 599 in cash or check or card and be done with it.

My question is, is that 600 dollar limitation for the entire tax year or per project? Can I hire the same guy for a different project say five months later and pay him another…

About the $600.00 limitation of payment for nonemployees.

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Mushroom growing from compost barrel

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Q: This is by my compost barrel. Can you tell

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John Deere announces supplier agreement with engcon

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MOLINE, Ill. John Deere has announced a preferred supplier agreement with engcon, a manufacturer of tiltrotators. Tiltrotator models ranging from the EC204 up to the EC233 will be available through John Deere construction and compact construction equipment and Hitachi excavator dealers. These tiltrotator models match with the John Deere 26G through 345G and Hitachi ZX26 through ZX345 Excavator models.

“We strive to provide our customers with product and technology offerings that improve their performance on the jobsite. When we launched our Smart Industrial strategic direction, we committed to investing our resources in solutions that deliver increased value to our customers, such as this agreement with engcon,” said David Thorne, senior vice president, sales & marketing, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “Our excavators are known for their multi-functioning capabilities and hydraulic control, and, with the addition of the engcon tiltrotators, we’re providing additional solutions to help our customers increase productivity and efficiency on the job.”

The engcon tiltrotators are designed to maximize productivity and profitability. When equipped, a tiltrotator enables an excavator bucket or other attachments to rotate 360 degrees around the axis and tilt up to 45 degrees side to side. A tiltrotator-equipped excavator offers enhanced value for customers, especially those working in tight, challenging jobsites or tackling applications that require precision and versatility. Using a tiltrotator, the time required to complete tasks such as digging, contouring and backfilling is reduced, increasing jobsite production and enhancing the operator’s user experience. Additionally, with a tiltrotator, wear on the machine’s tracks is decreased as a result of reduced travel.

“Through this agreement we’re building on the strengths of engcon and John Deere to enable contractors to optimize machine efficiency and productivity on jobsites that require versatility and precision,” said Krister Blomgren, CEO, engcon Group. “Our proven tiltrotator solution incorporates innovative features to deliver bottom line-boosting results. By offering our lineup through the John Deere and Hitachi excavator dealer networks, customers will have streamlined access to some of the industry’s top products.”

One of the features on the engcon lineup is the quick coupler system, EC-Oil, available for the John Deere 75G through 380G Excavators and Hitachi ZX75 through ZX380 models. EC-Oil allows operators to change attachments equipped with hydraulic and electrical connections from the machine cab, increasing productivity and efficiency.

The engcon tiltrotator lineup will be available at John Deere and Hitachi excavator dealers in the United States and Canada starting in the second half of 2021. For more information, customers can contact their local dealers or visit www.johndeere.com

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