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OPTIMISM ABOUNDS FOR 2020

The leading publication for landscapers goes by the name of Landscape Management and the publications’ annual Industry Pulse report points to all things positive in 2020. The one complaint responden...

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January 06, 2020

OPTIMISM ABOUNDS FOR 2020

The leading publication for landscapers goes by the name of Landscape Management and the publications’ annual Industry Pulse report points to all things positive in 2020. The one complaint responden...

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January 06, 2020

KEEP YOUR EXISTING CUSTOMERS CLOSER

It costs 5 x as much to attract a new customer vs. retaining the one you’ve got, according to www.Forbes.com. And existing customers are more likely to buy into your entire menu of services sooner tha...

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January 06, 2020

WHO YOU GOING TO BE? BIG, B2C OR BUSTED?

Entrepreneur.com says the startup lawn care business typically services 20-30 residential clients any given week. But that many customers doesn’t guarantee you’ll be profitable. The rule of growth: ...

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January 06, 2020

MARKETING YOUR SEASONAL BUSINESS IS A YEAR-ROUND EFFORT

According to Marketing at Work, the average business loses about 10 to 25 percent of its customer base per year. Smallbiztrends.com reports the number of customers a business loses annually is 15% on...

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December 01, 2019

Know Your Herbs

Today’s consumers have more choices than ever in what kind of treatment we pursue for our healthcare. Whether we are ill or well, we have the option of consulting a conventional medical practitioner o...

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November 30, 2019

Farming Embraces Precision Agriculture

A lot of great minds are working on improving farming methods that will enable food producers to feed 10 billion people by the year 2050. Precision agriculture, also known as site-specific crop manage...

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November 27, 2019

U.S. Corn Growers: Farmer Strong

Thousands of years ago, farming wasn’t about feeding your neighbors; it was about survival. Cultivating food and keeping animals alive was a life-or-death enterprise. Farmers have always been a tough ...

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November 26, 2019

Corn – 10,000 Years of Evolution

Some like it popped; some like it creamed. Some like it on the rocks, the base for their bourbon; everyone loves it on the cob, dripping with butter and salt-sprinkled, a delicious hand-held summertim...

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November 24, 2019

Horticultural Rehabilitation Therapy

If you have ever gone through physical therapy for an injured knee or back, you understand the essential role therapy plays in your recovery. Physical therapists are clinicians, body coaches, personal...

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November 23, 2019

Hemp: Ancient Crop to Cash Crop

A few years ago, hemp was marijuana’s misunderstood non-psychotropic cousin. Despite its extremely low THC content, hemp spent generations in the penalty box for being a plant species of cannabis sati...

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October 29, 2019

Farming for the Future

Experts estimate the global population will be an astonishing 10 billion people by the year 2050. That growing number of humans, combined with shrinking space and natural resources, is a sobering equa...

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October 28, 2019

When Bad Things Happen to Good Wineries

It’s impossible to write about the impact of fires, floods, pests, and other disasters that have happened to wineries through the ages without acknowledging the horrific fires currently burning in Cal...

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