Green Industry Portals
Looking for a doorway to lots of information, here is a list of portal sites serving the green industry.
www.weedalert.com PBI Gordon's site has lots of helpful information about dealing with weeds with local information
www.golfsat.com offers over 10,000 items oriented towards the golf course. Also has technical reference, weather and the 19th hole.
www.msucares.com University site with lots of info on lawn care, new lawns, seeds and more.
www.seedland.com One of the most complete sites for information about seed.
www.gardenlaunchpad.com A helpful site with lots of gardening information.
www.yardcare.com lots of info on caring for a lawn.
www.greencast.com Great info on weed control. www.landscapeonline.com lots of good info. This is a magazine portal site.
www.noorganics.com interested in organic side of the industry. North County Organics is the place to start.
www.dirtdoctor.com lots more organic information. Very good site.
www.ironsearch.com search for all kinds of outdoor power equipment and farm equipment all over the country. 17,000 items available.
www.lawnandlandscape.com has back issues of their magazine articles, a discussion board, online store, career center, business tools and newsletter.
www.gcsaa.com has a career center, past articles from Golf Course Management, continuing education and certification, links, scheduled on line chats.
www.ieca.org has info about erosion control, industry links, info about certification, local chapters, continuing education and more.
www.plantlocator.com locate plants from over 600 growers. Over 10,000 plants in hardiness zones 4 to 8 are updated monthly.
www.igin.com classifieds, bulletin board, virtual trade show, database of chemicals, shrubs and trees.
www.lawnsite.com has the largest discussion board we have seen with many topics for green industry professionals. Check this one out.
www.turfhq.com has a very good listing of manufacturers serving the green industry.
www.Greentrac.com provides business to business opportunities with no up front costs.