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A lawn is an area of soil-covered land planted with grasses or (rarely) other durable plants such as clover which are maintained at a short height with a lawnmower and used for aesthetic and recreational purposes.

In Hydroseeding, Weather Matters (A Lot)

In Hydroseeding, Weather Matters (A Lot)

Weather can be a hydroseeding contractor’s friend or foe. It can make a job much easier or much more difficult. It played a role in each of the following varied projects done by leading hydroseeding companies across the country.

The Science of Seeds

The Science of Seeds

Remember how 10 blindfolded people in a room each describe the elephant from their own perspective? The same might be said of soil—the stuff we interchangeably refer to as ground, dirt, or surface covering. Eric C. Brevik, a professor of soil science at Dickinson State University in North Dakota, illustrates

Wildfires: Challenges in Revegetation

Wildfires: Challenges in Revegetation

It was the setting for a perfect disaster: historic level droughts, acres of dry forest and grassland, huge reserves of dead wood fuel, and a hurricane that sucked any moisture from the air. Locals said it was just “powder-keg dry.” Implementing a revegetation plan after a wildfire is a challenge;

Ecologel Appoints Representative Team for US Southwest Territory

Ecologel Appoints Representative Team for US Southwest Territory

Ocala, FL — Ecologel Solutions, LLC is pleased to announce the appointment of Climate Smart Irrigation as the new team of independent consultants representing Ecologel products in the states of California, Nevada and Arizona.

The Climate Smart Irrigation Team is led by Michael Davidson and Robin Sohmer. Michael has been engaged

Ecologel Appoints Representative Team for US Southwest Territory

Ecologel Appoints Representative Team for US Southwest Territory

Ocala, FL — Ecologel Solutions, LLC is pleased to announce the appointment of Climate Smart Irrigation as the new team of independent consultants representing Ecologel products in the states of California, Nevada and Arizona.

The Climate Smart Irrigation Team is led by Michael Davidson and Robin Sohmer. Michael has been engaged

A Fresh Look at the Wheels vs. Tracks Debate in Skid-Steer vs. CTLs

A Fresh Look at the Wheels vs. Tracks Debate in Skid-Steer vs. CTLs

The skid-steer and the compact track loader (CTL): two powerful little workhorses designed to perform the same basic functions—so what’s the difference? Hint: the difference is based on the working conditions each is best suited for. “It all comes down to wheels versus tracks,” sums up Ashby Graham, product manager for JCB.

“Skid-steers are tired machines, whereas

Honda Power Equipment Debuts All-New Open Frame Inverter (OFI) Generators

Honda Power Equipment Debuts All-New Open Frame Inverter (OFI) Generators

The new Honda EB2800i industrial model and EG2800i consumer model expand the company’s portable power offering for light construction and home use applications, delivering more of what Honda generator customers have come to expect: quiet operation, high-quality power, fuel efficiency, and long run times in a lightweight, portable package.

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How to Clear Contaminants From Water Naturally

How to Clear Contaminants From Water Naturally

The cost of energy isn’t the only expense on the mind of water municipalities. The cost to treat drinking water is increasing as runoff from farmland and lawns pours chemicals, nitrates, phosphates, and synthetic compounds into the supply. When water runoff flows into lakes, streams, ponds, and oceans, it can negatively impact water conditions, affecting fish, livestock,

Stopping Erosion Flat Out

Stopping Erosion Flat Out

Twenty years ago my brother and I started out as small excavating and general contractors,” says Chauncey Webster, president of East Coast Green Inc., in St. Thomas, PA. “Gradually we leaned more and more toward erosion control work.”

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