Landscaping Articles

  • Where Will The Cardboard Boxes End Up In The Future Urban Landscape?

    The strong development of the e-commerce sector changes the urban environment and redraws the map of the logistics landscape. Vast distribution centers, urban distribution centers within the city limits, shops in the city center, and facility managers in residential buildings all have to deal with various volumes of discarded packaging material, mainly cardboard boxes, but waste can be turned ...


    By Orwak AB

  • What is Agro-Z Soil Additive Growth Media?

    How it is used as a soil additive to enhance plant growth for agriculture/horticulture companies? Plants can be demanding in the best of times. Anyone from first time gardeners to experienced farmers can attest to this fact. There are numerous elements including soil additives that need to be carefully considered and monitored when raising anything from flowers to fruits and vegetables to ...

  • MAJOR TDR20000 is a Gem in the Rough

    Pristine presentation, high productivity and exceptional manoeuvrability of the MAJOR TDR20000 trailed wide area mower impress discerning members and greenkeepers at The Royal Tara Golf Club. Nestled in the Cluide Woods amongst the Tara Hills in County Meath is a picturesque golf course with tree-lined fairways and rolling hills. Founded in 1906, The Royal Tara Golf Club is a gem ...


    By Major Equipment

  • Lowering uncertainty is fundamental to managing solar investment risk

    The principal input to the rate of return calculation for a solar farm asset is the expected revenue generation from the solar farm. This highlights the importance of high quality solar irradiance data: revenue generation is primarily influenced by the availability of solar irradiance at that location over time. Humans dislike uncertainty Humans aren’t big ...


    By Solcast

  • Reduced soil tilling helps both soils and yields

    Agriculture degrades over 24 million acres of fertile soil every year, raising concerns about meeting the rising global demand for food. But a simple farming practice born from the 1930's Dust Bowl could provide a solution, according to new Stanford research. The study, published Dec. 6 in Environmental Research Letters, shows that Midwest farmers who reduced how much they overturned the ...


    By Stanford University

  • Contoura Rolls Out the Green Carpet for Championship Golf

    The Contoura roller mower is the perfect solution to keep the undulating fairways tidy year-round at Roganstown Golf Course and Swords Open Golf Course in North County Dublin. Located a 10 minute drive from Dublin Airport, Roganstown Hotel and Country Club has two Championship golf courses, spanning over 270 acres in North ...


    By Major Equipment

  • IDC: Digital Transformation Will Change Everything In The Supply Chain

    The ongoing digitization of society has made emerging technology the chief driver of change within existing work practices.  This development can result in the ...


    By EtQ, LLC

  • How to plant tomatoes: 7 Common mistakes when Growing Tomatoes in Pots

    The lure of growing your own organic, sun-ripened tomatoes is what gets many of us into veggie gardening - even when our only growing space is a pot. Here are some simple tips to ensure that you avoid the common mistakes and enjoy a good crop of tasty tomatoes, even if you are restricted to growing a plant in a pot. 1. START BY GETTING THE BASICS RIGHT. Tomatoes are large, vigorous ...


    By Flower Power

  • Farming Innovation: From Ammonia to AgTech Software

    Just over a century ago, the Haber-Bosch process was invented in Germany, enabling the scalable production of copious amounts of ammonia for the very first time. This 1910 Eureka! moment meant farmers could fertilize their crops unlike ever before, growing food on a massive scale. So massive, in fact, a population explosion ensued – humankind went from 1.6 billion in 1900 to 7.7 ...


    By Vistex Inc

  • Global Monofilament Fishing Line Market Key Players Sufix International, Sunline, Pure Fishing, Toray, SHIMANO INC and Other major Players

                                                                                         KD Market research has presented a detailed report on  “Global Monofilament Fishing Line ...


    By Fast.MR

  • Growing currants and other berries organically

    Northern of Latvia is region where there are relatively many crops with ecological berry plantations – including currants. As a company, we had the opportunity to personally see it in June this year. Together with our dealer – the SIA POLTEH company we took part in the Farm’s Open Day ( which was organized by ones of the local berry’s producers. The event was accompanied ...


    By Weremczuk Agromachines

  • Target Crops Case Study

    DryGair is a useful growing tool for a variety of crops. DryGair dehumidifiers are designed to be easily integrated into different greenhouses with different ...


    By DryGair Energies Ltd.

  • Hymach Buddy is come: the versatile mowing arm

    Thanks to the compact dimensions, the ease of assembly / disassembly, the independent auxiliary motor and the interchangeable shredder head, the new mowing arm of Hymach is the ideal solution for municipal administrations and contracting bodies to maximize the investment on their multifunction vehicle. Hymach, historic Italian company leader in the production of high quality green maintenance ...


    By Hymach s.r.l.

  • Hymach Juice, the ideal arm for mowing in terraced vineyards and orchards

    Thanks to its compact dimensions, high quality components, to the excellent maneuverability, but above all to the structure of the arm composed of several segments, Hymach Juice is the ideal machine for mowing in vineyards, terraced orchards and in the presence of obstacles such as guard rails, walls and road signs. Juice is the mowing arm of Hymach born for mowing in the presence of ...


    By Hymach s.r.l.

  • Three reasons the F15/F15B is ideal for fall fieldwork

    As all farmers know, there’s no rest after harvest—as soon as the crops are in, it’s time to prep seedbeds for next planting season. Fall fieldwork is key to generating good emergence and yield, so it’s important to get it right. Here’s a few reasons why AMCO’s F15/F15B Double Offset Tandem Disc ...


    By AMCO Manufacturing, Inc.

  • Industry report

    Targeting to the decision makers of leading agrochemical companies, we provide the most efficient and reliable agrochemical industry overview for the management. The reports are developed by NCB talent pool with comprehensive database and data tools, which deep explore the business dynamic of China agrochemical oversea business. And the reports ...


    By NCB Consultation Co., Ltd

  • Articulated Wheel Loader

    Multifunction articulated wheel loader is a new generation wheel loader developed and produced by Attack Global(HongKong) Co., Ltd., which can be used for material loading and unloading, short-distance transportation. This articulated ...

  • Artificial Royal Coco Palm

    Introduction Of Outdoor Artificial Royal Coconut Tree If you want to create a tropical landscape, or if you are interested in the beautiful royal coconut trees in the tropics, we highly recommend a variety of artificial royal coconut trees. These man-made royal coconut trees owns extremely lifelike leaves and coconuts and are unparalleled exotic. Whether you want a short tree or a big tree, with ...


    By Bjpalmtree

  • Artificial Coconut Tree

    Introduction of Artificial Coconut Palm Tree Artificial coconut palm trees are a great way to add height, shade and tropical fun to the commercial space. Available up to 40 feet in height, these artificial beauties are wonderful landscapes that do not need specific caring or watering like real plants.   ...


    By Bjpalmtree

  • Millennium Golf course solves geese problem with Agrilaser Handheld - Case Study

    This is a laser torch radiating green light, which scares geese and other birds. The Agrilaser repels geese from a distance of 2,500 meters. Millennium Golf has several water bodies and is a somewhat humid course. In other words: a paradise for geese! Head Greenkeeper Rudi Hermans is not pleased: ‘One goose produces 760 g of droppings every day, thereby destroying the grass. However, ...


    By Bird Control Group

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