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  • Daniel Lapinski
    After 9 years of experience working in the golf industry, I’m aspiring to become a golf course superintendent. I have wide-ranging experience performing GPS mappings at over 650 golf courses around the world, in addition to working with course ratings, irrigation systems, renovation and new course construction, I believe I have a unique skill set […]
  • Toro Model 30377 Rear QAS Blower for Groundsmaster 7200 Series
    www.cuttinggreenllc.com 2 units available
  • 2015 Toro Sand Pro 3040
    4 units in stock Mid rakes / rear rakes / front plow options Www.cuttinggreenllc.com
  • Toro Carbide Tip Verticutter Set for Toro Triplex GM 3000/3100/3150
  • 2016 Toro Groundsmaster 4300D - Only 435 Hours. Free Freight
    Very Low Hour, Very Clean Toro Groundsmaster 4300D 5-Deck Rotary Mower. Onlhy 430 Engine Hours or 310 Mowing Hours. Excellent Condition All Around. Fully Serviced and Ready to Mow. Premium Used Mower. Free Freight Anywhere in Lower Mainland North America. For more information, please feel free to email, text or call, anytime. Greg 204-390-2121
  • Summer Intern
    The Broadmoor is a 36 hole resort golf club established in 1918, set in the Cheyenne Mountain foothills. The Broadmoor Golf Club is consistently ranked among the best in the world and has held 8 USGA Championships including the 2018 and upcoming 2025 U.S. Senior Open. The Broadmoor was ranked the #1 Golf Resort in […]
  • Assistant Superintendent
    Wyndemere Country Club is a private, 27-hole country club located in Naples, FL. The golf course was originally designed by Arthur Hills, and opened for play in 1981. Over the past 5-years the entire golf course has been renovated, but we are currently beginning a Golf Course Master Plan with architect Drew Rogers. Current turfgrass […]
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  • Tips to Prevent Salt Damage to Your Lawn This Winter
    Winter brings about driving conditions that are less than optimal, so salt is used. But this solution can wreak havoc on our lawns. The post Tips to Prevent Salt Damage to Your Lawn This Winter appeared first on Spring Green.
  • Winter Lawn Care Tips for Warm Climates
    Let’s unpack the why’s, how’s, and do’s, versus the don’ts of caring for your winter lawn in a southern climate. The post Winter Lawn Care Tips for Warm Climates appeared first on Spring Green.
  • How to Steer Clear of Rodents This Winter
    Many people mistakenly think they don’t have to worry about rodents during the colder months or have the incorrect impression that mice and rats hibernate during winter. So, now that we’ve clarified that a mice or rat infestation CAN actually occur during winter, let’s unpack exactly how homeowners can avoid this undesirable situation. The post […]
  • Deer Damage – Protect Your Landscape This Winter
    In this guide, we’ll unpack the tips you need to follow to keep deer away from your lawn and prevent them from damaging your outdoor sanctuary. The post Deer Damage – Protect Your Landscape This Winter appeared first on Spring Green.
  • BUG OUT! Protect Your Home from Insects This Winter
    Check out our list that outlines everything you need to know to stay bug-free this winter. The post BUG OUT! Protect Your Home from Insects This Winter appeared first on Spring Green.
  • Fall Fertilizer Tips To Set Your Calendar By
    Fall is right around the corner. That means it’s time to play football, pick out pumpkins and prep our lawns for the cold winter months ahead. Fall fertilizing can set your lawn up for success year-round, but timing does matter. Drill down on the best practices for fall fertilizer with the experts from Spring-Green, your […]
  • Summer’s Almost Over – Get Your Garden Ready For Fall
    The Northern Hemisphere officially marks the close of summer on September 23rd this year, while most of us consider Labor Day to be the end of all things summer-related. While some of us look forward to the fall season and all approaching holidays, some are left with a feeling of concern, confusion or dread as we […]
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  • New EU Plant Health Rules
    In October 2016, the European Parliament and the Council adopted Regulation (EU) 2016/2031 on protective measures against plant pests (“Plant Health Law”). On 13 December 2016, the Regulation entered into force and will be applicable from 14 December 2019. The new rules aim to modernise the plant health regime, enhancing more effective measures for the […]
  • Stop Aquatic Invaders With Pennsylvania Sea Grant’s New App – Download It Today!
    Aquatic invasive species (AIS) pose a significant threat to Pennsylvania’s economy, freshwater resources, and native aquatic species. Pennsylvania Sea Grant announces 'there’s an app for that' with the launch of "PA AIS," a new, easy-to-use smart phone application. The "PA AIS" app is now available in the Apple App Store, with an Android version anticipated. […]
  • Announcing IDphy: A Tool for Phytophthora Identification
    ITP and the APHIS PPQ S&T Beltsville Lab are pleased to announce the release of IDphy: Molecular and Morphological Identification of Phytopthora Based on the Types, ITP’s first pathogen tool. This website offers PPQ and its partners the most complete, valid, and up-to-date resource for identifying the culturable species of Phytophthora. IDphy includes detailed standard […]
  • Florida Python Challenge 2020 Python Bowl Kicks Off in South Florida
    On Jan 10, 2020, the Florida Python Challenge™ 2020 Python Bowl officially kicked off in South Florida with more than 550 people registered for the competition to remove as many pythons from the wild as possible. Native to Southeast Asia, pythons pose a significant threat to Florida’s native wildlife. Under the direction of Florida Governor […]
  • Assessing the Health of U.S. Forests: Annual Report Details Conditions Across All 50 States
    Forests are complex ecosystems. They are constantly changing as a result of tree growth, variations in weather and climate, and disturbances from fire, pathogens, and other stressors. The USDA Forest Service Forest Health Monitoring (FHM) program tracks these ongoing changes — every year, across the nation — as a forest health check up. The 2018 […]
  • Wild Spotter - Mapping Invasives in America's Wild Places
    You can help fight back against invasive species in America's wild places by downloading the free Wild Spotter Mobile App on your smartphone or other mobile device. You'll learn how to identify, map, and prevent the spread of these invaders in order to protect our rivers, mountains, forests, and all wild places for future generations. […]
  • Washington State Bolsters its Defense Against Urban Forest Pests with New Guidelines
    Pests looking to make their homes in Washington’s urban forests may now face a stronger defense, thanks to a new resource released this this month by the state’s Invasive Species Council. The Washington State Urban Forest Pest Readiness Playbook, published in partnership with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), contains guidelines that towns, […]
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