Landscape Contractor / Design Build Maintain

SEP 2018

LC/DBM provides landscape contractors with Educational, Imaginative and Practical information about their business, their employees, their machines and their projects.

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4 LC DBM ABOUT THE COVER: Debris Management, the removal of organic and inorganic materials that are not supposed to be in the landscape, is a constant for most landscapers but it can also be its own specialty. Here, a Walker T25i with a C42 vacuum deck collects leaves. MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT DEBRIS MANAGEMENT EQUIPMENT ADVANCEMENTS MOWING BEST PR ACTICES F i n d 1 7 W o r l d P r e m i e r e s I n T h i s I s s u e S E P T E M B E R 2 0 1 8 v o l . 2 1 - n o . 0 9 departments features No lawn is the same, and different mowing practices can make a big impact on the quality of their turf. Robert L. Green, Ph.D., Plant Science Dept., Cal Poly Pomona The Effects of Mowing on the Growth of Turfgrasses 20 A closer look at the tools and equipment that could help your crew cut down on the time and effort spent to remove debris. Greg Frank, LC/DBM The Latest in Debris Management 24 Some of the latest advancements aiding landscape maintenance professionals include drones, robots, remote-controlled machines and computerized on-board technology. LC/DBM Staff Maintenance Equipment Moves Forward 28 13 Shopper's Spotlight 16 Product Profiles 35 Marketplace Look for this logo to find the 17 product pictures or advertisements that have never been published anywhere before. World Premiere 17 World Premiere Products & Advertisements: Off the Clock | 54 Mowing 50 Lawns in 50 States Hardscapes | 8 Lakefront "I Do's" 28 8 20 24 54 Publisher's Letter | It's a Family Affair 6 vol.21 - no.09 SEPTEMBER '18 CONTENTS | MAINTENANCE EQIUPMENT

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