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  • 2015 Toro Workman Multi Pro
    2015. Runs and drives great. Very Clean unit. Was operational when removed from service late 2020. 18ft boom sprayer. It needs one new rocker switch and a few spray nozzles. Some minor rust in boom knuckle which may need cleaning up.
  • Equipment/Shop Manager
    The Equipment Manager oversees a comprehensive preventive maintenance program. This program includes the repair of failing equipment, keeping records of parts and labor needed to maintain each piece of equipment, and placing orders for parts and supplies needed for equipment or service. Inspects, diagnoses and repairs mechanical defects/failures in various golf course maintenance equipment, including, […]
  • John Deere 5065E
    John Deere 4 wheel drive with detachable loader 5065E Very clean John Deere 65 hp 4 wheel drive tractor with detachable loader ready to work now !!!!!!! This one is like new with approx 789 hrs and ready to work today. Sells for $44,999 new. *CALL 512-296-0292 for exceptional customer service!
  • 2015 Toro Greenspro 1240
    We have two of these units available. Both are 2015's; one has approx 332 hours and the other has approx 223 hours. Units have a very light tongue weight about 20 lbs (9.07 kg) so its easier to connect to a utility vehicle for transport from green to green. Its nearly half the tongue weight […]
  • Landscaping IS Infrastructure
    Infrastructure is a hot topic in our country right now. While it seems to me many different voices agree we should be investing in infrastructure, there seems to be significant differences over how much we should invest. Perhaps even more importantly, there are differences over what even defines infrastructure. While most agree roads and pipes […]
  • 2015 Toro Multi Pro HDX-D 350 Hours !!
    2015 Toro Multi Pro HDX-D - 26900.00 For more information please call or text Justin at (716) 574-4248 Quality used Toro Multi Pro HDX-D Sprayer for sale. ONLY 350 Hours!! At UGATE, we offer many makes and models of used golf course equipment for your personal or business needs. We proudly sell to golf courses, […]
  • 1981 John Deere 4240
    Online Auction for Government Surplus - Auction Ends 5/21 - To view auction details go to https://bit.ly/3vT9wIs **PRICE REFLECTS CURRENT HIGH BID AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME DURING THE ONGOING AUCTION** 1981 John Deere 4240 has a costume trans it has a creeper gear and a road gear; it is missing one […]
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  • [turfpathology] Yuck! TARR on Your Heels? 🤮
    Last fall was conducive for take-all root rot (TARR) in ultradwarf bermudagrass putting greens. There were substantial rain events in the fall which likely limited residual of … Continue Reading
  • Effect of Waterlogged Soil on Preemergence Herbicides in Turfgrass Systems
    Travis Gannon, Mathieu LeCompte, and Fred Yelverton With the end of winter in sight, preemergence crabgrass and goosegrass control is at the forefront of many turf managers’ … Continue Reading
  • Waterlogging Influence on Turfgrasses
    A number of homeowners have noticed their tall fescue seeding from fall 2020 is not looking so good. Our numerous rainfall events the last few months has put us well above ave … Continue Reading
  • [turfpathology] 10-Year NC Landscape Turf Sample Review
    The following data was collected from samples submitted to the North Carolina State Turf Diagnostics Lab from 2011 to 2020. This information shows all of the diagnoses we have … Continue Reading
  • [turfpathology] 10-Year NC County Golf Sample Review
    The following data was collected from samples submitted to the North Carolina State Turf Diagnostics Lab from 2011 to 2020. This information shows all of the diagnoses we have … Continue Reading
  • [turfpathology] 2020 Diagnostics Lab Review
    Overall, total turfgrass samples submitted in 2020 to the NC State Turf Diagnostics Lab were lower than samples submitted in 2019, most likely due to an extended closure (52 d … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: Ground Pearl Control
    Evaluation Pesticide Applications to Ground Pearls ( Margarodes spp.)  in Centipedegrass PI: Matthew Martin Introduction The ground pearl (Margarodes spp.), is a subterrane … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: Fraise Mowing Turfgrass Surfaces
    Fraise Mowing Bermudagrass Surfaces: Effects and Recovery PI: Grady Miller; Student: Ray McCauley Introduction Fraise mowing (fraze/fraise mowing) is a cultural practice that … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: High School to NC State Turfgrass Program
    Creative Pathways to Engaging High School Students to Study Turfgrass Science PIs: Lori Unruh Snyder and Dr. Richard J. Cooper Introduction Turfgrass Science is a unique area … Continue Reading
  • Center Update: Pythium Root Rot
    Biology and Management of Pythium Root Rot in Golf Course Putting Greens PI: Jim  Kerns; Student: Halle Hampy Introduction Creeping bentgrass, annual bluegrass and hybrid ber … Continue Reading
RSS Spring Green Feed
  • How Can I Prepare My Lawn For A Memorial Day Party?
    Memorial Day is the kickoff of summer. It’s time for backyard barbecues, pool openings, and yard games. If your thoughts are turning toward summer weekends, your first step should be yard prep.  Spring-Green, is the go-to lawn care source for neighborhoods since 1977. We have the tips you need to kick things off this Memorial Day and set your yard up for an […]
  • Outdoor Lighting For Your Yard
    Lighting sets the mood in both your indoor and outdoor spaces. With spring here and summer coming, we are bound to be spending more time outside while the sun is down. With your backyard being the backdrop for group gatherings, family meals, and late-night conversations wouldn’t you want to ensure it looks its best? Spring-Green has the tips and ideas you […]
  • Top Tools You Need For Your Lawn Work This Spring
      Spring is finally here and the time to get out into the yard is upon us. Yard work requires the right tools to keep your lawn beautiful and healthy all spring and summer long. If you are about to head out and unlock the garden shed, you’ll need to check your tool inventory to […]
  • What Flowers Are Right For My Garden?
      As we approach the warmer weather, a burning question comes to the forefront of many homeowners’ minds. Trying to understand what flowers are right for your garden can be overwhelming, but, not to worry, Spring-Green has all the answers you need. Even for those who think they have a “brown thumb,” we have the […]
  • How To Add Curb Appeal To Your Home
    It’s a commonly used term – curb appeal. Many homeowners want it or are unsure if they have it. Most of all, they want to know how to get it. That’s why Spring-Green is here with the answers to questions we most commonly get about curb appeal. After all, we have been in the lawn care and […]
  • How To Tell If My Lawn Is Unhealthy
    Spring and summer are just around the corner. Homeowners everywhere will soon be looking to their lawns to make their house stand out in the neighborhood. The key to all this warm weather fun is a healthy lawn. So, how do you know if your lawn is healthy or not? And, more importantly, if there is an issue, […]
  • When Do I Start Planning My Spring Landscaping Goals?
    If you have big dreams for your landscape this spring/summer, now is a great time to map out what you want. While you may not know where to begin with your spring landscape preparations, you can rest assured knowing that Spring-Green is on the scene. We have compiled a mini guide to help you in your spring planning endeavors.  What do I need to know about spring planning? Start with the basics. There […]
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  • Minnesota DNR Taking Aggressive Action in Mississippi River, Other Waters on Invasive Carp
    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is taking further action following the capture of 34 silver carp in Pool 8 of the Mississippi River near La Crosse, Wis. during a recent Modified Unified Method operation. […]
  • MDC Asks Anglers to Help Stop Invasive Round Gobies
    Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) fisheries biologists say that the Show-Me-State has another aquatic invader to be on the watch for. It's already been detected in the Mississippi River near St. Louis—and anglers might be the first line of defense. The round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) is native to the Black and Caspian Seas between Europe […]
  • Forests for Bats: New Booklet for Landowners and Managers
    "Almost all North American bats rely on forests for survival," says Roger Perry, USDA Forest Service research wildlife biologist. Perry recently led the team that updated Forest Management and Bats, a booklet designed for private landowners and anyone managing forests. It was first published in 2006 by Bat Conservation International, and Daniel Taylor of BCI […]
  • The Invasion of the Forest Destroyers - And how Science is Fighting Back
    USDA Forest Service scientists are exploring the impacts of invasive species in forests and rangelands of the United States and developing early intervention strategies that land managers can take as well as strategies for restoring impacted landscapes.
  • Firewood Transport as a Vector of Forest Pest Dispersal in North America: A Scoping Review
    A cozy campfire for summer days, a warm fireplace for winter evenings– the use of firewood is an "established cultural norm". However, moving firewood from place to place can have devastating consequences, as it can spread forest pests that decimate forests to collectively cost an estimated $4.2 – $14.4 billion per year. In order to […]
  • Invasive Species Threats & Opportunities: A Primer for Oregon Policymakers
    The Oregon Invasive Species Council is pleased to share Invasive Species Threats & Opportunities: A Primer for Oregon Policymakers. The primer includes an overview of the importance of prevention and rapid response to avoid widespread consequences, examples of invasive species of concern across the state and the pressing invasive species threats within the geographic regions […]
  • Invasive Species Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (May 20, 2021)
    Learn to edit Wikipedia and help improve articles about invasive species. Join the National Agricultural Library’s National Invasive Species Information Center to learn more about invasive species, their impacts, and their control. The event scheduled from 11am-3pm will begin with an introduction and information about the Information Center and invasive species from Joyce Bolton, head […]