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Month: March 2014

What’s New in Irrigation?

The scenery for the irrigation industry has changed from the down turn in the nation’s economy. We are all aware of the housing bubble bursting, that has caused many contractors to rely heavily on servicing their existing customers. Communicating the water consumption to homeowners is vital to our nations fresh water supply. Trends on water conservation have evolved into a marketable service for manufacture’s and contractors. Contractors should have the ability to properly address the signs of overwatering in a typical system. They can check for an operational rain sensor, poor irrigation design, water efficient heads and nozzle usage.

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2014 Landscape Design Trends

As we prepare to enter the 2014 Landscape Season, this year’s outdoor design trends have started to take shape, and some exciting developments have emerged.  In general, the trends fall into one of three categories: outdoor rooms, new technology, and environmental consciousness.

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Preparing for the Gardening Season

Do you find yourself struggling to find the time to get all of your containers and window boxes planted before the gardening season?  Most people are busy with work  and after school and weekend activities with the children in the spring… I know I am! Here are a few things you can do to prepare yourself for a quick and easy planting so you can get back to your everyday life and don’t have to worry about getting this and that done in order to have your containers looking beautiful.