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Heavy usage, pedestrian traffic, and large mowing equipment compact soils and inhibit the exchange of air, water, and nutrients in lawns. Some soils, like the heavy clay found in Lexington and Louisville, compact more easily than others. This...

Commercial real estate managers spend a lot of time doing cost benefit analysis. How can investing now reduce future expense? Decisions often boil down to the price of the investment relative to its savings potential. Rarely do opportunities come...

We are living through one of the most challenging social and economic times in modern history. Businesses are faced with unprecedented choices; scenarios most had never considered. Commercial real estate managers are looking for ways to cut...

Two reports published last month evoke both frightening alarm and a glimmer of hope. The first report, released by the  United NationsIntergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, found that one million...

At times, Klausing Group’s goal of leading the landscape industry means returning to an old practice rather than inventing a new one. Fallen leaves are a valuable resource, and the industry’s practice of removing them is often not the most...

Should gas powered leaf blowers be banned? In a recent argument posted by 'The Atlantic,' journalist James Fallows says, “Yes, they should.”  He points out the dangerous level of noise emitted by hand-held, gas-powered blowers, and argues that...

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