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  • 2014 Toro ProCore 1298 09716
    Coming from private country club in Very good condition Will insure condition before shipping Allow 2 weeks for delivery ph 562 243-2207 warehouse address : 565 Porter Way Placentia, CA 92870 email turfbusiness@aol.com web site www.westernturfequipment.com
  • 2009 Jacobsen AR522
    2009 Jacobsen AR522 with approx 2457 hours! 4WD unit powered by a Kubota turbo-charged diesel engine (V2003-T.) Hood has cracks (shown below.) The pins and bushings in mower arms have been replaced. NEW deck caster wheels and axles. NEW blades. Engine oils and filters changed. Being sold "as is" which is to say it still […]
  • 2009 Jacobsen AR522
    4WD 2009 Jacobsen AR522 with approx 1736 hours! Selling "as is." Kubota Turbo diesel engine. Front left tire balding on the inside (shown.) Has some cylinder leaks. NEW starter. Engine oils, fuel filters have been replaced. Shows cosmetic issues like a dent in the grill. Only has one light. Engine is fine. Runs and cuts […]
  • 2014 Toro Groundsmaster 3500-D
    2014 Toro Groundsmaster 3500-D with approx 1970 hours! 3WDPowered by a Kubota D1105 diesel engine. Serviced with NEW factory filters. NEW tires. NEW blades. NEW front roller axles. Sharp and ready to cut! Sharpened. Has some cosmetic issues on the hood and the grill as shown below. SN: 314000445 *CALL 512-296-0292. PHONE CALLS PREFERRED.
  • 2014 Jacobsen LF550
    2014 Jacobsen LF550 with approx 1366 hours! 4WD. 7-bladed reels with 80% life. Powered by a Kubota diesel turbo engine. Very clean. Runs well. Comes serviced, sharpened, greased with new bedknives and several new tires at the listed price below. All baskets included. (I just took a basket off in the pics below so I […]
  • Assistant-in-Training
    High Hampton Resort is located in Western North Carolina. The resort is under new ownership is going through major renovation and re-development of the resort including the historic inn and along with new home development sites. Presently a new 18 hole Tom Fazio designed golf course is under construction with a completion date in 2020. […]
  • Assistant Superintendent
    Summary The Assistant Superintendent reports directly to the Director of Agronomy and Superintendent. Under their supervision, the Assistant Superintendent directs and participates in the maintenance of the golf course tees, greens, fairways, landscape areas and cart paths. Supervises and mentors interns, assistant-in-training, foremen, irrigation technicians and hourly staff. The Assistant Superintendent may serve in the […]
RSS Spring Green Feed
  • Getting To Know & Getting Rid of Invasive Plants
    Invasive plants are just as they sound; invasive. They are invading a space that is not native to them. This doesn’t just mean they came from somewhere other than your geographic locale, it can mean that they will cause big trouble for your landscape. Not all invasive plants are bad, but knowing how to identify […]
  • Don’t Make These Common Summer Lawn Care Mistakes
    Summer lawns are more important than any other time of the year when outdoor enjoyment needs are at their highest levels. Myths and mistakes for the care of your summer lawn abound. We have a “mistake list” to eliminate the learning curve and dispel any false lawn care myths to prepare you for a summer […]
  • Fruit Tree Care Tips
    Enjoying freshly picked berries, apples, lemons, nectarines, and others can create delicious delicacies and family memories that last a lifetime. Proper care for your fruit trees is the key to keeping the fun flowing. While care will vary based on your fruit tree varietals and the region of the world you reside, these best practices […]
  • How to Prevent Wasp Nests On & Around Your Home
    If you notice wasps and wasp nests are showing up around your home during the summer months, you don’t have to be a prisoner to the threat of these pesky flying pests. Let’s get prepared by exploring how wasps get attracted to your home, what the early signs of a wasp nest invasion looks like, […]
  • Everything to Know About Thatch
    Lawn thatch is a term you may have heard thrown around, or maybe you’ve even seen it up close a few times, but how much do you truly know about it? The lawn care pros at Spring-Green have compiled a guide to help you get schooled up on thatch, how it forms, what it looks […]
  • Your Spring Planting Plan Is Here
    Welcome to May! We know the weather is beautiful, and the time is right to get started on your garden. That’s why we’ve crafted this little beginner’s guide for you to check out as you plan out your spring garden this year. The post Your Spring Planting Plan Is Here appeared first on Spring Green.
  • What to Know About Asian Giant Hornets
    The world's largest hornets have been reported in the US, leaving many to question how dangerous these black and orange insects could be to our ecosystem. The post What to Know About Asian Giant Hornets appeared first on Spring Green.
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  • USDA Investigates Packages of Unsolicated Seeds from China
    USDA is aware that people across the country have received suspicious, unsolicited packages of seed that appear to be coming from China. USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is working closely with the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection, other federal agencies, and State departments of agriculture to investigate the situation.
  • Global Action Needed Now to Halt Spread of Deadly Pig Disease
    The escalation of the spread of African swine fever (ASF) has placed most of the world's domestic and wild pig populations under direct threat. To support countries' efforts to protect economies and food security, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) have launched a […]
  • Asian Longhorned Tick Found in Kentucky
    The Asian longhorned tick, which preys on a variety of hosts including humans and wild and domestic animals, has been found in Kentucky. This new tick is known to attack animals in large numbers and will be a concern to livestock producers, wildlife enthusiasts and pet owners. The tick has been found in small numbers […]
  • Pollinators at a Crossroads
    Bees and other pollinators, including birds, bats, butterflies, moths, flies, wasps, beetles, and small mammals, play a critical role in our food production system. A healthy pollinator population is vital to producing marketable commodities. More than 100 U.S. grown crops rely on pollinators. The added revenue to crop production from pollinators is valued at $18 […]
  • New Traps Cut Off Citrus Greening Pests from Hiding Places
    Agricultural Research Service (ARS) researchers in Florida have developed “attract-and-kill” traps to control Asian citrus psyllids in the suburbs where citrus trees are popular landscape plantings.
  • Department Confirms First Spotted Lanternfly Hatch of 2020: Marylanders Encourages to Keep a Lookout for Invasive Pest
    The Maryland Department of Agriculture has confirmed the first spotted lanternfly hatch of 2020. The first instar nymph of the season was reported by a department employee while surveying for the pest in the upper northeast corner of Cecil County near the Pennsylvania border. See additional resources on the Maryland Department of Agriculture's site for […]
  • First Genome of Spotted Lanternfly Built from a Single Insect
    Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists, in cooperation with Pacific Biosciences and Penn State University have successfully reconstructed the genome of spotted lanternfly, paving the way for understanding it's biology and behavior. Not only is it the first published genome for this pest, but no closely related species has had its genome sequenced, making the data […]