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By Agromin
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the average American household uses about 50 gallons of water a day to irrigate lawns and gardens

By AMC Consolidated
AMC Consolidated Here We Grow Again Expanding Business and Customer Base

By Agromin
Greg Jackson has been named Southern California Sales Manager for Agromin, one of California's largest producers and distributors of bulk and packaged mulch, compost and value-added specialty organic products.

By Agromin
McAuliffe Middle School in Los Alamitos received a welcomed splash of green over the weekend as Chris Meyer, a high schooler and Boy Scout with Troop 660, revitalized six large planters in front of the school.

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By Agromin
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the average American household uses about 50 gallons of water a day to irrigate lawns and gardens

By AMC Consolidated
AMC Consolidated Here We Grow Again Expanding Business and Customer Base

By Brisbane Tree Experts
Samford, Queensland — March 18, 2013 — North Brisbane Trees, specialists in the tree removal and pruning industry, recently unveiled a new landscaping and garden design service as a part of an ongoing effort to expand its offerings.

By Agromin
One of the biggest challenges for gardeners in July is to keep plants hydrated and the soil cool during one of the warmest months of the year in Southern California, say experts at Agromin, a manufacturer of soil products made from organic material.

By Agromin
Greg Jackson has been named Southern California Sales Manager for Agromin, one of California's largest producers and distributors of bulk and packaged mulch, compost and value-added specialty organic products.

By Agromin
April is the time of year to prepare and plant flower and vegetable gardens so they produce throughout summer and early fall. All this activity makes April one of the busiest months for gardeners say experts at Agromin.

By Agromin
With the average January rainfall in Southern California at about three inches, gardeners have opportunities this month to spend time outdoors preparing their yards for the spring growing season.

By Grounds Maintenance Services
Mowing leaves saves time and labor, fertilizes lawns

By Agromin
McAuliffe Middle School in Los Alamitos received a welcomed splash of green over the weekend as Chris Meyer, a high schooler and Boy Scout with Troop 660, revitalized six large planters in front of the school.

By Agromin
Typically warm Septembers in Southern California mean there is still plenty of growing left to be done in Southern California gardens say experts at Agromin, makers of earth-friendly soil products from recycled organic material.

By Agromin
A new sustainable organics program by Houweling's Nurseries & Agromin has diverted 2,156 tons of organic material from Houweling's greenhouse operations to Agromin's renewable organics facility to be recycled into compost, mulch & soil amendments.

By Agromin
June gloom" may keep weather cool in Southern California but it's the perfect time to get serious about planting and caring for the garden, say experts at Agromin.

By John Howard
Lincolnshire County Council (www.lincolnshire.gov.uk) has given the green light for Organic Recycling (www.organicrecycling.co.uk) to increase the technology options available at its recycling site in Crowland.

By John Howard
Lincolnshire County Council (www.lincolnshire.gov.uk) has given the green light for Organic Recycling (www.organicrecycling.co.uk) to increase the technology options available at its recycling site in Crowland.

By Leaf-Mulcher.org
There is a lot of confusion as to whether mulch contributes to the problem of thatch build up or not. Find out what really causes thatch and how you can prevent and get rid of it.

By Mahogany Builders, Chicago Remodeling Firm
Matt Lederer of Mahogany Builders, City of Chicago's Greencorps, The Mulch Center and Alderman Tunney Collaborate to Collect Discarded Trees in Lakeview, Wrigley Area, and Recycle at Wrigley Field

By Angies List
My Personal Gardener INC. has been awarded the prestigious 2010 Angie’s List Super Service Award, an honor bestowed annually on approximately 5 percent of all the companies rated on the nation’s leading provider of consumer services

By Ryan WSI
Educating Residents of Oakville, Mississauga, Toronto and Milton, Van Beeks has been a Pioneer in Providing the Best Garden Supplies For your Homes. Now read this Article on How To Grow Your Garden with or without Van Beeks

By The Dean of Clean
There are many companies in the Savannah area offering lawn care services, however, when it comes to quality, professionalism, experience and customer satisfaction, All American leads the way.

By Gardeners' Guild, Landscape Management
Gardeners’ Guild, a San Francisco Bay Area Landscaping firm received a First Place Award for its Sustainable Landscape Management Program by the California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) North Coast Chapter.

By Agromin
Gardeners can take advantage of the typically cool June weather in Southern California to plant summer vegetables, flowers and trees without worry of heat-related plant damage.

By Abbott Construction
Abbott Construction has launches a maintenance division to provide year round grounds maintenance to the North Shore and Essex County.

By Agromin
Habitat For Humanity received a donation of 120 bags (two tons) of outdoor potting soil for its Orange County "ReStores" from Agromin, a green materials recycling company and premium soil manufacturer.

By Agromin
Green Thumb in Ventura now offers Agromin mulch, garden humus, bark and soil amendments in bulk.

By Scott Jacobs
Pine Straw Info has launched an educational website designed to provide the best information available regarding pine straw mulch and where to buy it.

By Agromin
October finally brings relief from summer heat, allowing both gardeners and gardens to enjoy a temperate climate for planting an array of cool season vegetables, trees and shrubs, says Agromin, an Oxnard-based manufacturer of premium soil products.

By Agromin
Soil products and mulches made from materials collected each week from residential green waste bins in Ventura County are now available at three Ojai outlets.

By Agromin
Agromin, the green materials recycler for Thousand Oaks and other Ventura County communities, will accept yard trimmings (i.e., leaves, grass clippings, tree trimmings) from Thousand Oaks residents during Community Clean-Up and Recycling Day, May 16.

By Brian Gardner
MotoBarrow releases latest motorized wheelbarrow attachment to increase productivity for the landscape, mulch, rental, and concrete industries.



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