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This Week On YouTube: Feb 17th, 2018

As we inch closer to the end of winter and the weather gets warmer, our weekly roundup posts are reflecting the change as well. We have this week a post on spring mowing (sounds refreshing doesn’t it?), some mathematical brilliance on the right time to hire employees and other useful videos from the landscaping community that you can’t afford to miss.

To Hire or Not to Hire? The math behind this important decision.

UAG member Brian Shain of Top Notch Lawn Care demonstrates the crucial math behind deciding to hire new employees. Determining the increase in efficiency from the hire and long term goals of the business can help you make the right decision.

Preventing Rust. We all need to know how

There’s no lack of metal in the gear and equipment landscapers use and without the proper care and maintenance, metals inevitably begin to rust. UAG member Tyler Guess of Clean Cut Lawns shows us the products he uses to prevent rust.

Spring is in the air!

It is awfully refreshing to see that spring posts have already started to come in as lawn care pros prepare for a busy season ahead. Thanks to UAG member Richey Plemons of Plemons Lawncare, we’ve got all the tips we need to prepare in advance!

Is Youtube worth it? Some frank questions

Ironically, we’re debating the use of Youtube in a roundup of Youtube videos! A relevant question indeed, landscaper Jonathan C Christian asks on his channel Florida Turf Pros.

It’s a Rundown inside a Rundown!

You heard that right. We’re featuring this great mix of lawncare videos from landscaper and Youtuber Andy Wilson of Cut & Clean Lawncare to cover all the videos we missed this week.


Each Friday here at ECHOMeansBusiness.com you’ll find a selection of new videos or other social posts by landscapers, arborists or other grounds maintenance pros from around the Internet. Have a post that shares knowledge or experiences with other pros? Share your video links (or other social content) at the "Tell Us Your Story" section at the bottom of the home page.