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Whether you call them safety rodeos, equipment rodeos, or some other name, spring training kickoff events can set your team off on the right foot and ensure everyone is on the same page when it comes to safety and equipment operations. Kristin Hunt, safety rodeo coordinator for Monarch Landscape Management, based in Houston, Texas, says […]
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Safety is paramount in the landscape maintenance business and even when you take human operators out of the equation, you still have to consider how robotic mowers will perform around pedestrians and other obstacles. Autonomy in Mowers Versus Cars A primary concern that can keep lawn and landscape companies hesitant about implementing robotic mowers is […]
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Insurance is one of those necessary overhead costs and, like many other business expenses, is expected to continue to increase due to a number of factors. Drew Garcia, vice president of Rancho Mesa Insurance Services, anticipates auto insurance will continue to rise, budget anywhere from 10% to 15%. Garcia says the workers’ comp market will […]
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