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  • Southern Green SR 72 Deep Tine Aerator
    Southern Green SR72 deep tine aerator, with optional rear roller. Comes with several extra tines. Please feel free to call or text anytime at (603) 477-5225. Can assist with or coordinate shipping. Thank you
  • Intern
    The Bull's Bridge Golf Club is a private 18-hole facility designed by Tom Fazio and opened in 2003. The Club has enjoyed record growth this year and we are poised for a continued improvements in the upcoming years. We recently enhanced our practice facility. This fall a chemical building will be constructed and plans are […]
  • 2019 Toro Workman HDX - Diesel 4x4 445 Hours !
    2019 Toro Workman HDX - Diesel 4x4 - 29900.00 For more information please call or text Justin at (716) 574-4248 Quality used Toro Workman HDX - Diesel 4x4 Utility Vehicle for sale. ONLY 445 hours! At UGATE, we offer many makes and models of used golf course equipment for your personal or business needs. We […]
  • 2005 Toro Procore 648 224 Hours !
    2005 Toro Procore 648 - 19900.00 For more information please call or text Justin at (716) 574-4248 Quality used Toro Procore 648 Aerator for sale. ONLY 224 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, municipalities, and […]
  • John Deere Pro Gator 2030-A Diesel 4x4
    John Deere ProGator 2030-A - 16500.00 For more information please call or text Justin at (716) 574-4248 Quality used John Deere Pro Gator 2030-A Diesel 4x4 Utility Vehicle for sale. 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, […]
  • 2008 Toro Groundsmaster 3500-D 929 Hours !
    2008 Toro Groundsmaster 3500-D - 15900.00 For more information please call or text Justin at (716) 574-4248 Quality used Toro Groundsmaster 3500-D Rotary Mower for sale. 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, municipalities, and individuals all […]
  • Seasonal Intern
    The Hyde Park Golf and Country Club Grounds Department in Cincinnati, Ohio has two Turfgrass internship positions available for the upcoming 2021 season. HPGCC is a classic Donald Ross Club est. in 1909, located just minutes from Downtown. Position Description: The intern will be exposed to the full gamut of golf course and turfgrass management […]
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  • Which Grassy Weed is in My Lawn?
    It is not uncommon for a customer to believe they have crabgrass in their lawn, when in fact, they may have one of several perennial uncontrollable grassy weeds growing in their lawn.  The difficulty is telling which grassy weed is present.  Without getting into a lot of detail, here are a few simple clues to […]
  • 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.
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  • ARS Scientists Seek Answers from Spotted Lanternfly Dispersal
    The Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive species that destroy fruit crops, trees and plants by hopping from plant to plant, crop to crop, and tree to tree. Although native to regions in China, India, and Vietnam, it was first detected in Berks County, Pennsylvania in 2014. Since then, Pennsylvania vineyards have seen considerable damage in […]
  • Changes Proposed to Texas Exotic Aquatic Species Regulations
    The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is proposing changes to regulations regarding harmful or potentially harmful fish, shellfish and aquatic plants. The proposed changes significantly reorganize the existing rules to enhance accessibility, meet the changing needs of the regulated community, and address current and potential future threats posed by these exotic species. The proposed rules […]
  • USDA and Wyoming Sign Shared Stewardship Agreement to Improve Forests and Grasslands
    U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Perdue joined Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon in a virtual ceremony to sign a Shared Stewardship Agreement between USDA’s Forest Service and the State of Wyoming (PDF | 2.06 MB). The Shared Stewardship Agreement establishes a framework for federal and state agencies to promote active forest management, improve collaboration, […]
  • NYS DEC Encourages Delaware River Anglers to Report Invasive Snakehead Sightings
    New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today encouraged anglers in the Delaware River to be on the lookout for northern snakehead, an invasive fish native to Southeast Asia. A northern snakehead was recently caught in the Callicoon area of the Delaware River. Given the right environmental conditions, this invasive species […]
  • Availability of Petition for Deregulation of American Chestnut Developed Through Genetic Engineering
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is inviting public comment on a petition from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) seeking deregulation of an American chestnut variety developed using genetic engineering for fungal resistance to chestnut blight. The petition will be […]
  • Notice of Funding Opportunity: Implementation of the Quagga and Zebra Mussel Action Plan (QZAP) in the Western United States
    The Funding Opportunity for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife QZAP FY2020 has officially been posted. The total funding amount for projects is approximately $1,830,000.00, which is a significant increase from years past. This opportunity will be open for application through October 18, 2020.
  • USDA Declares August Tree Check Month
    Urges Public to Look For Invasive Asian Longhorned Beetle and Not Move Firewood August is the peak time of year to spot the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) as adults emerge from trees. That’s why the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is declaring August as ‘Tree Check Month.’ Checking trees for the beetle and the damage […]