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January 9-11, 2013

Indianapolis, IN

Keynote Speaker: Charlie Hall, Ph.D. Professor of Horticulture, Texas A&M University Managing Inputs Effectively in Uncertain Times Thursday, Opening Session, 8:00 – 10:15 am Awards Programs: INLA & MRTF Thursday, 5:00 – 7:00 pm, Convention Center Landscape Challenge: Thursday, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, Trade Show Floor Landscape teams compete to build a 200 sq. foot landscape/garden project in 4 hours!

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The Indiana Green Expo is Indiana’s largest and most comprehensive green industry educational conference and trade show serving Indiana and the Midwest. The 2013 Indiana Green Expo (IGE) is sponsored by the Indiana Nursery & Landscape Association and the Midwest Regional Turf Foundation. Unlike some for-profit trade shows, all proceeds from the IGE are used directly to better our industry through research, educational programming and other supporting functions. Since the IGE is managed by green industry professionals for green industry professionals, you’ll find targeted, industry-specific products, information, education and networking that you can use immediately in your profession. This year Purdue University and industry have worked together to bring you the best line up yet! Our educational programming has something for all facets of the green industry. The trade show features vendors with new products and show specials to make it worth your while. Take your time to visit as many as possible! We thank you for joining us this year and look forward to seeing you again in 2014! Table of Contents Wednesday Workshops (January 9)........................................ 2–5 Thursday Education (January 10)............................................6–15 Friday Education (January 11)...............................................16–25

Speakers List..............................................................................26–27 Total CCH/CEU Information.....................................................28–29 Indiana Nursery Endowment Fund Silent Auction...................... 30

Trade Show............................................................................. 32–34 Exhibit Floor Plan.......................................................................32–33 Trade Show Highlights.................................................................... 34 Sponsors........................................................................................... 34 Exhibitors............................................................................... 35–49 Exhibitors (alphabetically)........................................................35–47 Exhibitors (by booth number)................................................ 48–49 CEU Fulfillment Tracking Form....................................................50 Advertisers.................................................................................... 52


Workshops

Wednesday, January 9, 2013 Today’s Highlights Education: All workshops (a – H) today Exhibitor Set Up: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Workshops Workshop A: Hardscapes 101: Overview of Natural Stone and Manmade Products Robert Johnstone, Fireboulder 9:00 am – 12:00 pm • Room 143 Topics covered will be outdoor kitchens to simple garden paths to everything in between. There will be a focus on job costing, estimating, and overhead recovery that all small businesses need to know. The installation portion will include natural stone patios and walkways, retaining and decorative walls, as well as manmade pavers and walls. Discussion of correct and incorrect installation will be included. This class will also include the secrets of the trade by saving time on job sites. The class will go over tools and products to help in installation and to demonstrate how they work. A question and answer session at the end will be held to address your specific issues. Workshop B: Improving Diagnostic Skills: Identifying Diseases, Insects, and Environmental Stress of Landscape Plants Cliff Sadof, Tom Creswell, Janna Beckerman, and Gail Ruhl with Purdue University and George Brenn, Four Seasons Landscaping Nursery 9:00 am – 12:00 pm • Room 142 CCH = 2: 3.0/3a: 3.0/3b: 3.0/6: 3.0/RT: 3.0 This interactive workshop will focus on IAH chapters 8 and 9, covering diagnosis, ID and management of insect and disease problems of landscape plants. Topics will include symptoms of diseases, cultural factors and environmental stress (which will be a BIG issue in 2013) along with insect and mite identification and management. Ongoing effects of the 2012 drought will be discussed, along with review of common (and not so common) problems you may see on ornamentals in 2013. Instructors are from Purdue: Entomology, Botany & Plant Pathology, and Plant & Pest Diagnostic Lab. This is a “high tech” intense, hands on review of IAH materials and will benefit all IAH’s and any industry personnel who deal with pest diagnosis. (3 CEU’s for IAH) Wednesday’s schedule continues on page 4. 2


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Workshops

Wednesday, January 9, 2013 Workshop C: Understanding and Enhancing Herbicide Activity Aaron Patton, Purdue University 9:00 am – 12:00 pm • Room 139 • CCH = 3b: 3.0/RT: 3.0 A common question is, “Why didn’t the herbicide work and kill the weed?” This workshop will help you better understand how to answer that question for yourself and improve your weed control by better understanding herbicide activity. Proper application timing, herbicide mode of action, surfactants, formulations, spray volume, antagonism, and much more will be discussed. Participants will receive a copy of the newly revised 2013 edition of “Turfgrass Weed Control for Professionals”.

Workshop D: Selecting Species and Planting Improved Cultivars for Enhanced Turf Performance Cale Bigelow, Tracy Tudor, and Quincy Law, Purdue University 9:00 am – 12:00 pm • Room 134 • CCH = 3b: 3.0/RT: 3.0 New turf cultivars/varieties for lawn and sports turf are available to help reduce maintenance inputs and increase turf persistence during stressful weather. Some examples of these improvements are increased drought tolerance, improved disease and insect tolerance, and an increased overall appearance. However, finding information on which cultivars/varieties are best can sometimes be difficult. This workshop will discuss species strengths and weaknesses, establishment techniques, species selection for geographic locations and intended use. A new online tool for selecting a turf species will be demonstrated as well as several websites to find the latest information on the turf quality, drought tolerance, and pest tolerance of many new improved turfgrass cultivars. Workshop E: Landscape Industry Certified (CLT-Exterior) Review & Written Exam Jim Messmer, Vincennes University, retired • Room 143 1:00 – 3:00 pm: CLT Review (additional fee*) 3:00 – 5:00 pm: CLT Exam Jim Messmer will review the basics of CORE training plus applicable modules (Softscape, Hardscape, Irrigation, Turf and Ornamental) followed by the written exam. * Contact the INLA (800-443-7336) for program materials which are an additional fee. 4


Workshops

Wednesday, January 9, 2013 Workshop F: Indiana Accredited Horticulturist (IAH) Review and Exam Melissa Mravec, Allen Landscape • Room 142 1:00 – 3:00 pm: IAH Review (additional fee*) 3:00 – 5:00 pm: IAH Exam As a master IAH and experienced industry professional, Melissa will aid you in preparing for the afternoon exam. There will be ample time for questions and individual attention. The review is also a great refresher for those already certified — earn IAH CEUs by attending. * Contact the INLA (800-443-7336) for program materials which are an additional fee.

Workshop G: Pond Maintenance and Aquatic Weed Control Craig Tracy, ASI Watercare/Midwest Industrial Components 1:00 – 4:00 pm • Room 139 • CCH = 5: 3.0/RT: 3.0 This workshop will help participants understand why ponds have weed problems and what to do about them. Learn what proactive steps can be implemented to improve the health of ponds. Additionally, learn what reactive approaches are needed when there is a problem and learn how to answer the question “What product(s) should I use?”. Pond aeration options will also be discussed and more.

Workshop h: Getting Your Hands Dirty: Basic Soil Fundamentals Jon Trappe and Quincy Law, Purdue University 1:00 – 4:00 pm • Room 134 • CCH = 3b: 3.0/RT: 3.0 This workshop will highlight basic soil science principles essential for managers in the green industry to know. Live demonstrations and hands-on exercises will help participants learn these fundamentals. Topics to be discussed will include soil sampling and testing, soil texture, structure, drainage, organic matter, and more with discussion of how these relate to managing turf and ornamentals. The participants will gain a greater understanding and appreciation for the importance of soil science in the green industry. 

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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Thursday Education

Today’s Highlights IGE 2013 Opening Session: 8:00 – 10:15 am • Room 135–138 - What’s New in the Industry - MRTF and INLA Update - The Impact of Purdue Agriculture

Keynote Address: Managing Inputs Effectively in Uncertain Times Charlie Hall, Texas A&M University Trade SHow Open • 10:00 am – 5:00 pm – NEW! Landscape Challenge 10:00 am – 2:00 pm • Trade Show Floor Landscape teams compete to build a 200 sq foot landscape/ garden project in 4 hours with products from participating exhibitors! Attendees and Judging Committee will vote on the winners. Projects will be available for bidding during the INLA Scholarship Silent Auction. – NEW! Lunch available at the Trade Show for $10! A great bargain which allows you more time to spend checking out new products! Pre-purchased tickets required. – NEW! Trade Show Lounge — Serving refreshments and a comfortable place to meet with clients. Decor courtesy Engledow Group.

INLA Scholarship Silent Auction 10:00 am – 5:00 pm • Scholarship Registration Table Bid on your favorite item... including the Landscape Challenge projects! All proceeds benefit the INLA Scholarship Fund (INEF). Auction closes Friday at 12:00 pm. MRTF Awards Ceremony: 5:00 – 7:00 pm • Convention Center, Room 139 Join us for presentation of scholarship and award winners. We will be honoring Bob Avenius with the 2013 MRTF Distinguished Service Award. INLA Annual Meeting and Awards Reception: 5:00 – 7:00 pm • Convention Center, Room 142 Features landscape and special achievement awards and introduction of 2013 board. A don’t miss event for INLA members! 6


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Sports Turf

Business

Installation/ Maintenance

11:30 am–12:00 pm

Counting the Green ... Accounting Primer

Managing Inputs Wisely: A Real World Approach

Tips on Making Your Business Successful

Keynote Address: Managing Inputs Effectively in Uncertain Times Charlie Hall, Texas A&M University

10:30–11:00 am

11:00–11:30 am

Production

What’s New in the Industry / MRTF and INLA Update / The Impact of Purdue Agriculture

IGE 2013 Opening Session

Lawn Care

Trade Show Opens (Open 10:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Combined Golf

Trade Show Hours

8:00––10:15 am

Thursday morning

Thursday Education

Restoring with Natives

Plant Material

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Morning schedule at-a-glance


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5:00–7:00 pm

4:30–5:00 pm

4:00–4:30 pm

3:30–4:00 pm

3:00–3:30 pm

2:30–3:00 pm

2:00–2:30 pm

1:30–2:00 pm

1:00–1:30 pm

12:00–1:00 pm

Update from the Indiana State Chemist’s Office

Water Availability: Historical Perspective & Assessment of Risk

Weather and Plants: Present and Future

Choosing the Right Foliar Product for Greens

Foliar Fertilization: How Does It Work?

Combined Golf

Sports Turf

Business

Installation/ Maintenance Production

Using Seeded Bermudagrass on Sports Fields

From Mess to Manicured: Transitioning Turfgrass from Construction ...

Deciding Which Turf to Plant

Synthetic Turf Install/Maintenance

Update from Indiana State Chemist’s Office

Communicating Up and Down the Organization

Lighting a Fire: Motivating Your Employees

How Health Insurance Reform Will Affect Your Business

Oh Behave! ... People’s Behavior

Snow Removal Tips from Iowa

Deicing Agents for Snow/Ice Management

Perfecting Proper Pruning

Environmental Friendly: Alternative Weed Control

Container Media

Container Weed Control

Worker Safety in the Nursery

Grower’s Roundtable

MRTF Award Ceremony / INLA Annual Meeting and Award Reception, Convention Center

How Do N Stabilizers, N Inhibitors and Other Slow Release Fertilizers Work?

Mower Safety

Update from the Indiana State Chemist’s Office

Deicing Agents for Snow/Ice Management

Snow Removal Tips from Iowa

Lunch served at Trade Show for $10 pre-purchased / or $15 day of event.

Lawn Care

Thursday Education

Thursday afternoon

Sustainable Trees and Shrubs

Alternatives to Boxwoods

Wake Up and Smell the Color

Weather and Plants: Present and Future

Plant Material

Thursday, January 10, 2013 Afternoon schedule at-a-glance


Thursday, January 10, 2013 Trade Show Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thursday Education

IGE Opening Session: Room 135–138

8:00 – 8:30 am Opening Session: What’s New in the Industry

8:30 – 9:00 am MRTF and INLA Update

9:00 – 9:20 am The Impact of Purdue Agriculture

Aaron Patton and Kyle Daniel, Purdue University CCH=2: 0.5/3a: 0.5/3b: 0.5/5: 0.5/6: 0.5/7A: 0.5/RT: 0.5 Aaron Patton and Jamie Mehringer, MRTF Kyle Daniel and Rich Blankenship, INLA Jay Akridge, Purdue University

9:20 – 10:15 am Keynote Address: Managing Inputs Effectively in Uncertain Times Charlie Hall, Texas A&M University, CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/3b: 1.0/5: 1.0/6: 1.0/7A: 1.0/RT: 1.0

Combined Golf Track: Room 137–138

1:00 – 1:45 pm Foliar Fertilization: How Does it Work? Mike Richardson, University of Arkansas CCH= 3b: 0.75/RT: 0.75

1:45 – 2:30 pm Choosing the Right Foliar Product for Greens Derek Settle, Chicago District Golf Association CCH= 3b: 0.75/RT: 0.75

2:30 – 3:15 pm Weather and Plants: Present and Future Dev Niyogi, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.75/RT: 0.75

3:15 – 4:00 pm Water Availability: A Historical Perspective and Assessment of Risk Going Forward, Laura Bowling, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.75/RT: 0.75

4:00 – 5:00 pm Update from the Indiana State Chemist’s Office Joe Becovitz, Office of the Indiana State Chemist CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/3b: 1.0/5: 1.0/6: 1.0/7A: 1.0/RT: 1.0

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Thursday, January 10, 2013 Trade Show Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thursday Education

Lawn Care Track: Room 135–136

1:00 – 1:45 pm Snow Removal Tips from Iowa Craig Tracy, ASI Watercare/Midwest Industrial Components

1:45 – 2:30 pm Deicing Agents for Snow/Ice Management Bill Fielding & Phil Ivy, Indiana Department of Transportation

2:30 – 3:15 pm Update from the Indiana State Chemist’s Office Joe Becovitz, Office of the Indiana State Chemist

3:15 – 4:00 pm Mower Safety Bill Field, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.75/RT: 0.75

4:00 – 5:00 pm How Do N Stabilizers, N Inhibitors and Other Slow Release Fertilizers Work? Beth Guertal, Auburn University CCH= 3a: 1.0/3b: 1.0/RT: 1.0

CCH=2: 0.75/3a: 0.75/3b: 0.75/5: 0.75/6: 0.75/7A: 0.75/RT: 0.75

Sports Turf Track: Room 134

1:00 – 1:40 pm Update from the Indiana State Chemist’s Office Joe Becovitz, Office of the Indiana State Chemist CCH= 2: 0.7/3a: 0.7/3b: 0.7/5: 0.7/6: 0.7/7A: 0.7/RT: 0.7

1:40 – 2:20 pm Synthetic Turf Installation and Maintenance James Bergdoll, City of Elizabethtown, Kentucky

2:20 – 3:00 pm Deciding Which Turf to Plant: Working With and Educating School Administrators Jamie Mehringer, J&D Turf CCH= 3b: 0.7/RT: 0.7

3:00 – 3:40 pm From Mess to Manicured: Transitioning Your Turfgrass from Construction to Maintenance James Bergdoll, City of Elizabethtown, Kentucky CCH= 3b: 0.7/RT: 0.7

3:40 – 4:40 pm Using Seeded Bermudagrass on Sports Fields: Basics of Establishment and Care Mike Richardson, University of Arkansas CCH= 3b: 1.0/RT: 1.0

Thursday’s schedule continues on page 14. 12


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Thursday, January 10, 2013 Trade Show Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Business Track: Room 133

Thursday Education

10:30 – 11:15 am Tips on How to Make Your Business Successful Victoria Hall, Indiana Small Business Development Center

11:15 am – 12:00 pm Counting the Green…An Accounting Primer Jason Stanfield, Purdue University

1:00 – 1:45 pm Oh Behave!: A Look Into People’s Behavior Jack Klemeyer, GYB Coaching

1:45 – 2:45 pm How Health Insurance Reform Will Affect Your Business Karl Alrichs, Expert Speaks

3:15 – 4:15 pm Lighting a Fire: Motivating Your Employees Jack Klemeyer, GYB Coaching

4:15 – 5:00 pm Communicating Up and Down the Organization Karl Alrichs, Expert Speaks

Installation/Maintenance: Room 140–141 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Managing Inputs Wisely: A Real World Approach Charlie Hall, Texas A&M CCH= 3a: 1.0/3b: 1.0/RT: 1.0

1:00 – 2:00 pm Environmental Friendly: Alternative Weed Control Hannah Mathers, Ohio State University CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/3b: 1.0/5: 1.0/6: 1.0/RT: 1.0

2:00 – 3:00 pm Perfecting Proper Pruning Jim Robbins, University of Arkansas, CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

3:15 – 4:00 pm Deicing Agents for Snow/Ice Management Bill Fielding and Phil Ivy, Indiana Department of Transportation

4:00 – 5:00 pm Snow Removal Tips from Iowa Craig Tracy, ASI Watercare/Midwest Industrial Components

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Thursday, January 10, 2013 Trade Show Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Production: Room 143 1:30 – 2:15 pm Grower’s Roundtable Kyle Daniel, Purdue University; Rich Blankenship, Mark M. Holeman Inc.; Jim Kenny, Price Nurseries CCH= 3a: 0.75/RT: 0.75

2:15 – 2:45 pm Worker Safety in the Nursery Bill Field, Purdue University

3:00 – 4:00 pm Container Nursery Weed Control Hannah Mathers, Ohio State University CCH= 3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

4:00 – 5:00 pm Container Media Jim Robbins, University of Arkansas CCH= 3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

Thursday Education

Plant Materials: Room 144–145

11:00 – 12:00 pm Restoring with Natives Mark O’Brien, Cardno JFNew CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

1:00 – 2:00 pm Weather and Plants: Present and Future Dev Niyogi, Purdue University

2:00 – 3:00 pm Wake Up and Smell the Color Steve Foltz, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

3:00 – 4:00 pm Alternatives to Boxwoods Ken Cote, Indiana Department of Natural Resources CCH= 3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

4:00 – 5:00 pm Sustainable Trees and Shrubs Steve Foltz, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

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Friday, January 11, 2013 Today’s Highlights Trade SHow Open: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm – NEW! Trade Show Lounge — Serving refreshments and a comfortable place to meet with clients. Decor courtesy Engledow Group. – Check out INLA award winners and their special projects.

Friday Education

– View the Landscape Challenge projects and congratulate the winners.

Trade Show Lounge

INLA Scholarship Silent Auction continues 9:00 am – 12:00 pm • Scholarship Registration Table Bid on your favorite item! All proceeds benefit the INLA Scholarship Fund (INEF). Bid tickets sold at scholarship registration table.

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11:30 am–12:00 pm

11:00–11:30 am

10:30–11:00 am

Drought: How Turf Survives?

Brown Ring & Yellow Patch...

Can You Control Dollar Spot with...

10:00–10:30 am

Year in Review

New Options for Weed Control in Zoysiagrass & Bermudagrass

Southern Golf

9:30–10:00 am

Using PGRs & Fertility to Affect...

Regulating Poa annua Seedheads

Northern Golf

Rounds for Research

9:00–9:30 am

8:30–9:00 am

8:00–8:30 am

Trade Show Hours

Friday Morning

Vegetation Lawn Care Management Hardscape

Installation/ Maintenance

Diagnosis of Insect Pest Problems in Turfgrass

Fixing Soil Compaction

Creating Herbicide Employee Training Program

Sprayer Calibration

Postemergence Crabgrass Control

Proper Interpretation of Pesticide Label

Phosphorus and Potassium

Fall Nitrogen Prgms for Lawns

Selecting Drought Tolerant Cultivars for Lawns

Hardscape Roundtable

High Efficiency Irrigation

New Technologies in Permeable Pavers

Plant & Weather Roundtable

Tree Risk Assessment

Diseases on the Horizon

Worker Safety

Trade Show Opens (Open 9:00 am – 1:00 pm)

Sports Turf

Friday Education

Real Hoosiers Use Real Hoosier Plants

Landscape Design 101

Landscape Design

Organic, Local, or Sustainable Plants

Kate’s Choice Perennials

Native Trees and Shrubs for the Landscape

Plant Materials

Friday, January 11, 2013

Morning schedule at-a-glance


3:00–3:30 pm

2:00–2:30 pm

Methiozolin & Pea Control

Rounds for Research

1:30–2:00 pm

Insects in the Update on Golf Landscape Bacterial Issues

Recovering Turf from Summer

Update on Bacterial Issues

2:30–3:00 pm

Nuisance Insects

Year in Review

4:30–5:00 pm

4:00–4:30 pm

3:30–4:00 pm

Sports Turf

Making Your Fields Play Like the Pros

Weed Control in Athletic Fields

Planting More Bermudagrass Bermudagrass? Traffic Tolerance

Southern Golf

1:00–1:30 pm

12:30–1:00 pm

12:00–12:30 pm

Northern Golf

Returnable Refillables and Custom Blends

Proper Interpretation of Pesticide Label

"How To Guide" for Weed Free Walks, ...

Drought Roundtable Discussion

Calibrating Spreaders and Sprayers

New Herbicides for Lawns

Spraying Off Target

Vegetation Lawn Care Management

Friday Education

Friday Afternoon

Using Natural Stone in Landscapes

Hardscape Horror Stories

Pondless Waterfalls & Waterscapes

Latest in Hardscape Material

Hardscape

Designing Garden Rooms

Landscape Design

How to Kill a Tree

Plant Materials

Developing & NC-7 Woody Maintaining Ornamental Evaluation the Urban Urban Design Trials Forest with Ecology Indiana in Mind Invasive Species Weed Biology How to Roundtable Construct a & Herbicide Better Mulch Lessons from Volcano 2012 Drought & Tree Pests

Emerald Ash Borer

Installation/ Maintenance

Friday, January 11, 2013 Afternoon schedule at-a-glance

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Friday, January 11, 2013 Trade Show Hours: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Friday Education

Northern Golf Track: Room 137–138

8:00 – 8:45 am Regulating Poa annua Seedheads: What’s the Trick? Derek Settle, Chicago District Golf Association CCH= 3b: 0.75/RT: 0.75

8:45 – 9:30 am Using PGRs and Fertility to Affect Annual Bluegrass/Creeping Bentgrass Population Dynamics Tracy Tudor, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.75/RT: 0.75

10:15 – 11:00 am Can You Control Dollar Spot with Early Season Fungicide Applications? Rick Latin, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.75/RT: 0.75

11:00– 11:45 am Brown Ring Patch and Yellow Patch Management, Derek Settle, Chicago District Golf Association CCH= 3b: 0.75/RT: 0.75

1:00 – 1:30 pm Year in Review: Good, Bad, and the Ugly Bob Brame, United States Golf Association CCH= 3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5

1:30 – 2:00 pm Update on Bacterial Issues on Putting Greens Rick Latin, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5

2:00 – 2:30 pm Rounds for Research John Miller, GCSAA

2:30 – 3:00 pm Insects in the Golf Course Landscape: Clarity Amid Confusing Pests and Confusing Symptoms Dan Peck, EntomoTech Fundamentals CCH= 3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5

3:00 – 3:30 pm Methiozolin and Poa Control: Research Update Jon Trappe, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5

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Friday, January 11, 2013 Trade Show Hours: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Southern Golf Track: Room 139

8:00 – 9:00 am New Options for Weed Control in Zoysiagrass and Bermudagrass Jim Brosnan, University of Tennessee CCH= 3b: 1.0/RT: 1.0

9:00 – 9:30 am Year in Review: Good, Bad, and the Ugly Bob Brame, United States Golf Association CCH= 3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5

9:30 – 10:00 am Rounds for Research John Miller, GCSAA 10:00 – 10:30 am Drought: How Does Turf Survive? Yiwei Jiang, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5 1:00 – 1:30 pm Should We be Planting More Bermudagrass? Gregg Munshaw, University of Kentucky CCH= 3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5

1:30 – 2:00 pm Cicada Killers, Seed Corn Beetles and Other Nuisance Insects Tim Gibb, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5

2:00 – 2:30 pm Recovering Turf from an Awful Summer Cale Bigelow, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5

2:30 – 3:00 pm Update on Bacterial Issues on Putting Greens* Rick Latin, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5

Friday Education

* Following Rick Latin’s presentation audience members will be invited to the Lawn Care Session to hear a roundtable discussion on drought.

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Friday, January 11, 2013 Trade Show Hours: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Friday Education

Lawn Care Track: Room 135–136

8:00 – 8:40 am Selecting Drought Tolerant Cultivars for Lawns Mike Richardson, University of Arkansas CCH= 3b: 0.7/RT: 0.7

8:40 – 9:20 am Fall Nitrogen Programs for Lawns: What Does the Research Say? Cale Bigelow, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.7/RT: 0.7

9:20 – 10:00 am Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilization: What Does the Turf Need? Beth Guertal, Auburn University CCH= 3b: 0.7/RT: 0.7

10:15 – 11:15 am Proper Interpretation of Pesticide Label — Lawn Care Drew Martin, Purdue Pesticide Program and Jay Kelley, Office of the Indiana State Chemist CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/3b: 1.0/5: 1.0/6: 1.0/7A: 1.0/RT: 1.0

11:15 am – 12:00 pm Enhancing Your Postemergence Crabgrass Control Jim Brosnan, University of Tennessee CCH= 3b: 0.75/6: 0.75/RT: 0.75

1:00 – 1:40 pm Straying Off Target: Understanding and Mitigating the Unintended Consequences of Turf Insecticides Dan Peck, EntomoTech Fundamentals CCH= 3b: 0.7/RT: 0.7

1:40 – 2:20 pm New Herbicides and a New Publication for the Lawn Care Professional Aaron Patton, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.7/RT: 0.7

2:20 – 3:00 pm Calibrating Ride-On Sprayers and Spreaders Made Simple Glenn Hardebeck, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.7/RT: 0.7

3:00 – 4:00 pm Drought Roundtable Discussion: What’s Next and What Lies Ahead? Cale Bigelow, Aaron Patton, Yiwei Jiang, Tim Gibb, Purdue University; Steve Christie, Automatic Irrigation; and Bob Avenius, TruGreen CCH= 3b: 1.0/RT: 1.0

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Friday, January 11, 2013 Trade Show Hours: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Sports Turf Track: Room 134

8:00 – 9:00 am Fixing Soil Compaction: What Does and Doesn’t Work? Beth Guertal, Auburn University CCH= 3b: 1.0/RT: 1.0 9:00 – 10:00 am Nailing the Culprit: Diagnosis of Insect Pest Problems in Turfgrass Dan Peck, EntomoTech Fundamentals CCH= 3b: 1.0/RT: 1.0 1:00 – 1:30 pm Bermudagrass Traffic Tolerance Jon Trappe, Purdue University CCH= 3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5

1:30 – 2:30 pm Weed Control in Athletic Fields Jim Brosnan, University of Tennessee CCH= 3b: 1.0/RT: 1.0

2:30 – 3:30 pm Making Your Fields Play Like the Pros Gregg Munshaw, University of Kentucky CCH= 3b: 1.0/RT: 1.0

Vegetation Management: Room 133

10:00 – 11:00 am Sprayer Calibration Matt Kraushar, Purdue University CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/3b: 1.0/5: 1.0/6: 1.0/7A: 1.0/RT: 1.0

11:00 am – 12:00 pm Creating a Herbicide Employee Training Program for Your Employees David Jay, Dow AgroSciences CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/3b: 1.0/5: 1.0/6: 1.0/RT: 1.0

1:00 – 2:00 pm “How To Guide” for Weed Free Walks, Driveways and Other Vegetation Free Areas Randy Denhart, DuPont Land Management CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/3b: 1.0/6: 1.0/RT: 1.0

2:00 – 3:00 pm Proper Interpretation of the Pesticide Label - IVM Drew Martin, Purdue Pesticide Program and Jay Kelley, Office of the Indiana State Chemist CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/3b: 1.0/5: 1.0/6: 1.0/7A: 1.0/RT: 1.0

3:00 – 4:00 pm Are Returnable Refillables and Custom Blends for You? Nick Hoffman, EcoPak LLC CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/3b: 1.0/5: 1.0/6: 1.0/RT: 1.0

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Friday Education


Friday, January 11, 2013 Trade Show Hours: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Hardscape: Room 142

9:00 – 10:00 am New Technologies in Permeable Pavers David Smith, ICPI

10:15 – 11:15 am High Efficiency Irrigation Jim Davis, Landtech CCH= 3a: 0.5/3b: 0.5/RT: 0.5

Friday Education

11:15 am – 12:00 pm Hardscape Roundtable, Addressing Issues in the Hardscape Industry, David Smith, ICPI, Rick Hughes, Automatic Irrigation, and Brad Swanson, Unilock

1:00– 2:00 pm The Latest in Hardscape Materials Brad Swanson, Unilock

2:00 – 3:00 pm Pondless Waterfalls and Waterscapes Rick Hughes, Automatic Irrigation

3:15 – 4:15 pm Hardscape Horror Stories Alan Drane, Stone Center of Indiana, Inc.

4:15– 5:00 pm All Natural: Using Natural Stone in the Landscape Brian Elpers, Kraft Farm and Nursery

Installation/Maintenance: Room 140–141

8:00 – 8:45 am Worker Safety Joe Becovitz, Indiana State Chemist Office

8:45 – 9:45 am Diseases on the Horizon Janna Beckerman, Purdue University CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

10:15-11:15 am Tree Risk Assessment, Lindsey Purcell, Purdue University, CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

CCH= 2: 0.75/3a: 0.75/3b: 0.75/5: 0.75/6: 0.75/7A: 0.75/RT: 0.75

11:15 am – 12:00 pm Plants and Weather Roundtable Kyle Daniel and Rosie Lerner, Purdue University CCH= 2: 0.75/3a: 0.75/RT: 0.75

1:00 – 2:00 pm Emerald Ash Borer Cliff Sadof, Purdue University CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

2:00 – 3:00 pm Developing and Maintaining the Urban Forest Lindsey Purcell, Purdue University CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

3:30 – 4:15 pm Weed Biology and Herbicides Steve Weller, Purdue University,

4:15 – 5:00 pm Lesson Learned from the 2012 Drought About Tree Pests, Cliff Sadof, Purdue University CCH= 2: 0.75/3a: 0.75/RT: 0.75

CCH= 2: 0.75/3a: 0.75/3b: 0.75/5: 0.75/6: 0.75/7A: 0.75/RT: 0.75

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Friday, January 11, 2013 Trade Show Hours: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Landscape Design: Room 143

10:00 – 11:00 am Landscape Design 101 Mike Dana, Purdue University

11:00 am – 12:00 pm Real Hoosiers Use Real Hoosier Plants Art Hopkins, Indiana Native Plant & Wildflower Society

1:30 – 2:30 pm Designing Garden Rooms Sean Sullivan, Garden Art

2:30 – 3:30 pm Urban Design with Ecology in Mind David Barbarash, Purdue University

3:30 – 4:30 pm How to Construct a Better Mulch Volcano George Brenn, Four Season Landscaping Nursery CCH= 3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

Plant Materials: Room 144–145

Friday Education

8:00 – 9:00 am Native Trees and Shrubs for the Landscape Sally Weeks, Purdue University CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0 9:00 – 10:00 am Kate’s Choice Perennials Kate Jones, Blue Moon Farm CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0 11:00 – 12:00 pm Organic, Local, or Sustainable Plants: What Does Your Customer Want? Jennifer Dennis, Purdue University

1:00 – 2:00 pm How to Kill a Tree Jud Scott, Vine and Branch CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

2:00 – 3:00 pm NC-7 Woody Ornamental Evaluation Trials Jeff Carstens, USDA CCH= 2: 1.0/3a: 1.0/RT: 1.0

3:00 – 4:00 pm Indiana Invasive Species Council Roundtable and Updates Ellen Jacquart and Tom Tremain, The Nature Conservancy and Rick Haggard,C.M. Hobbs Nursery

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Speakers List Thank you The Indiana Green Expo would not be possible without the contributions of our dedicated speakers who give their time to provide exceptional educational programming, and the vendors who believe in developing relationships and supporting the sponsoring associations. We thank each and every one of you!

Allen Landscape Melissa Mravec ASI Watercare/Midwest Industrial Components Craig Tracy

Education

Auburn University Beth Guertal

Dan Peck Expert Speaks Karl Alrichs Fireboulder Robert Johnstone Four Seasons Landscaping Nursery George Brenn

Automatic Irrigation Supply Co. Rick Hughes Steve Christie

GardenArt, Inc. Sean Sullivan

Blue Moon Perennials Kate Jones

GCSAA John Miller

Cardno JFNew Mark O’Brien

GYB Coaching Jack Klemeyer

Chicago District Golf Association Derek Settle

Indiana Department of Natural Resources Ken Cote

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden Steve Foltz City of Elizabethtown James Bergdoll Dow AgroSciences David Jay DuPont Land Management Randy Denhart EcoPak LLC Nick Hoffman EntomoTech Fundamentals 26

Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) Bill Fielding Phil Ivy Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society Art Hopkins Indiana Small Business and Development Center Victoria Hall


Speakers List (continued) Indiana Stone Center Alan Drane Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute David Smith J&D Turf Jamie Mehringer Kraft Nursery and Farms, Inc. Brian Elpers Landtech Design Jim Davis Mark M. Holeman, Inc. Rich Blankenship

Office of Indiana State Chemist Jay Kelley

Texas A&M University Charlie Hall TruGreen Bob Avenius Unilock Jay Reints

Ohio State University Hannah Mathers

University of Arkansas Mike Richardson Jim Robbins

Price Nurseries Jim Kenny

University of Kentucky Gregg Munshaw

Purdue Pesticide Programs Drew Martin

University of Tennessee Jim Brosnan

Purdue University Jay Akridge David Barbarash Janna Beckerman Cale Bigelow Laura Bowling Tom Creswell Mike Dana Kyle Daniel Jennifer Dennis Bill Field Tim Gibb Yiwei Jiang Matt Kraushar Rick Latin Quincy Law

USDA-ARS Jeff Carstens

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Office of Indiana State Chemist Joe Becovitz

Purdue University (continued) Rosie Lerner Dev Niyogi Aaron Patton Lindsay Purcell Gail Ruhl Cliff Sadof Jason Stanfield Jon Trappe Tracy Tudor Sally Weeks Steve Weller

USGA Green Section Bob Brame Vincennes University (retired) Jim Messmer Vine and Branch Jud Scott

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CCH/CEU Information (For all educational programs)

* CCH totals include attendance at the Opening Session from 8:00–10:15 am on Thursday, January 10 Master Gardener Continuing Education Credits (CECs) will also be available. All programs are eligible for Indiana Accredited Horticulturist (IAH) and Landscape Industry Certified (CLT-E) continuing education units (CEUs).

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Pesticide Recertification Credits for Michigan, Ohio, and Kentucky can be made available by advanced request. Call 765-494-8039. Sessions Attended

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All Golf Turf Sessions*

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3

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2

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Hardscape Friday

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Turf Thursday*

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1

2

1

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4

3

3

2

4

Nursery/Landscape Friday

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7

2

2

2

1

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Workshop B: Diagnostic Skills

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Workshop C: Herbicide Activity

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Workshop D: Turf Cultivars

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Workshop G: Pond Maintenance Workshop H: Soil Fundamentals

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CCH/CEU Information (For all educational programs)

Continuing Education Requirements for a variety of certification programs are as follows and are based on one hour: • Indiana Accredited Horticulturist — 7 hours per two year period for recertification. Reference www.inla1.org • Landscape Industry Certified — 24 per two year period for recertificaiton. Reference www.landcarenetwork.org

• American Society of Landscape Architects — 24 per two year period for recertification. Reference www.asla.org

• International Society of Arboriculture — three year period for recertification. Reference www.isa-arbor.com Certified Arborist – 30 Utility Specialist – 36 Municipal Specialist – 42 Tree Worker Climber Specialist – 15 Tree Worker Aerial Lift Specialist – 15 Master Arborist – 60 • International Concrete Paver Institute — two year period for recertification. Reference www.icpi.org Certified Installers – 8 NOTE: Please reference your individual continuing education criteria to assure Indiana Green Expo programs apply.

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Education

• Pesticide/Fertilizer License — five year period for license renewal. Reference www.isco.purdue.edu Category 2 – 10 Category 3A – 15 Category 3B – 20 Category 5 – 15 Category 6 – 15 Category 7a – 20 Category RT – 8


INEF Silent Auction Dear IGE Attendee, This past year, donations from exhibitors helped the Indiana Nursery Scholarship Fund (INEF) grant one scholarship to a very distinguished high school senior enrolling in the Horticulture program at Purdue University or Vincennes University. 2012-2013 scholarship recipient: Lorne Koehler-Marsh, Rossville High School, Rossville, IN attending Purdue University for Horticulture/Landscape Design. Again this year exhibitors will donate an item, or their entire booth, to the INEF auction in an effort to generate proceeds for the scholarship fund.

Auction bid tickets will be available in the IGE registration area starting Wednesday, January 9th. Thank you for supporting this worthy cause. Sincerely, Rick Haggard CM Hobbs Nursery, Inc. & President of INEF

Trade Show

INEF Scholarship Details and Application The Indiana Nursery Endowment Fund is offering a $2000 scholarship to be awarded to a full time student enrolling at Purdue University or Vincennes University in landscape horticulture. The scholarship recipient will receive $1000 at the beginning of the fall semester. The final $1000 will be awarded to the recipient at the beginning of the third semester provided they are still enrolled in landscape horticulture at Purdue University or Vincennes University and have achieved a “C� grade average. Application deadline: April 15. Scholarship application form is online at www.inla1.org.

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Trade Show Highlights Check out the latest and greatest new industry products! Take advantage of trade show specials and place your orders now!

Trade show Schedule Thursday, January 10: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Friday, January 11: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm INLA (INEF) Scholarship Auction

Great deals to be had while you support the INLA’s educational scholarship, too! Purchase bid tickets at the registration area and look for the bright pink flags.

Landscape Challenge Thursday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm • Trade Show Floor Landscape teams compete to build a 200 sq foot landscape/garden project in 4 hours with products from participating exhibitors! Attendees and Judging Committee will vote on the winners.

Trade Show Lounge Serving refreshments and a comfortable place to meet with clients. Decor courtesy Engledow Group.

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Exhibitor List (alphabetical) AAT - Direct Solutions...........507 Mark Sampson 1100 Woodland Ct Lowell, IN 46356 Phone: 219-313-5545 Fax: 219-696-1210 msampson@agriumat.com www.attdirectsolutions.com Description: Advanced environmentally responsible plant and turf growth solutions including — fertilizer technologies, plant protection, seed products & spray technologies.

Ameri-Turf.............................. 110 Bob Sharpe 4238 E 100 S Anderson, IN 46017 Phone: 765-378-0256 Fax: 317-803-2815 bsharpe@ameri-companies.com www.ameri-turf.com

Advanced Turf Solutions....... 221 Susie Logan, Pat Kelley 12840 Ford Dr Fishers, IN 46038 Phone: 317-842-1088 Toll free: 877-433-7037 Fax: 317-842-1847 slogan@advancedturf.com www.advancedturf.com Description: Distributor of fertilizer, chemicals, grass seed, ice melt products, golf accessories, turf care products.

paul_jacquemin@andersonsinc.com

AGRO-CHEM, INC.................624 Brian Peas 2045 S Wabash St Wabash, IN 46992 Phone: 260-563-0672 Toll free: 800-686-5680 Fax: 888-281-4321 brianpeas@agrochem.com www.agrochem.com Description: Spraying equipment & parts.

Anderson’s, The.....................223 Paul L. Jacquemin 7437 Hyland-Croy Rd Plain City, OH 43064 Phone: 614-873-3016 Fax: 614-873-5725

Description: Fertilizers and combination product to golf, lawn, landscape and athletic fields. Aquatic Control, Inc............... 731 Matthew Johnson PO Box 100 Seymour, IN 47274 Phone: 812-497-2410 Toll free: 800-753-5253 Fax: 812-497-2460 sales@aquaticcontrol.com www.aquaticcontrol.com Description: Complete line of lake and pond management supplies including algacides, herbicides, lake dye, decorative fountains and aeration systems.

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Automatic Irrigation Supply..................................... 313 Jim Held 116 Shadowlawn Dr Fishers, IN 46038 Phone: 317-842-3123 Fax: 317-845-0977 jheld@automaticirrigation.com Description: Irrigation, landscape lighting, water features.


BASF.......................................607 Ronnie Holder 744 Preston Trails Dr Pickerington, OH 43147 Phone: 713-294-7628 ronald.holder@basf.com www.betterplants.basf.us Description: Manufacturers of innovative proprietary plant protection products for growers, including herbicides, fungicides and insecticides. Bayer Crop Science................306 Nikki Hendrickson 130 W 37th St Anderson, IN 46013 Phone: 317-402-7270 Fax: 765-393-3595 nikki.hendrickson@bayer.com www.backedbybayer.com Description: Pesticide manufacturer. Belgard Hardscapes............... 101 Todd Steward 901 E Troy Ave Indianapolis, IN 46203 Phone: 317-787-3201 Fax: 317-788-5906 todd.steward@oldcastle.com www.belgard.biz Description: Outdoor living hardscapes

Exhibitors

BFG Supply Co....................... 231 Kacey Durbin 14500 Kinsman Rd Burton, OH 44021 Phone: 800-883-0234 Fax: 800-645-6126 info@bfgsupply.com www.bfgsupply.com

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Blue Grass Farms................... 411 Brent Schalk 1915 W 53rd St Anderson, IN 46013 Phone: 765-649-1012 Toll free: 800-346-0272 Fax: 765-640-2006 schalk@bluegrassfarms.net www.bluegrassfarms.net Description: Wholesale nursery & greenhouse trees, shrubs, ground covers, natives, perennials, hard goods. Blue Moon Farm....................226 Kate Jones 2682 E SR 28 Tipton, IN 46072 Phone: 765-675-2413 Fax: 866-521-2115 kate@bluemoonperennials.com www.bluemoonperennials.com Description: Wholesale container grown perennials. Brehob Nursery..................... 301 Judy Brehob 4316 Bluff Rd Indianapolis, IN 46217 Phone: 317-783-3233 Toll free: 800-921-3233 Fax: 317-783-0544 jbrehob@brehobnursery.com www.brehobnursery.com Description: Grower, Rewholesaler full line nursery stock, perennials, spring bedding, annuals, hanging baskets, hard goods including edging and weed barrier.


C.M. Hobbs, Inc...................... 401 Rick Haggard 1201 S 1050 E Indianapolis, IN 46231 Phone: 317-837-8301 Toll free: 800-428-6465 Fax: 317-837-8743 rhaggard@cmhobbs.com www.cmhobbs.com Description: Trees, shrubs, evergreens, fruit, perennials, ground covers.

CISCO Companies, The.......... 118 Natalie Markle 602 N Shortridge Rd Indianapolis, IN 46219 Phone: 317-357-7013 Toll free: 800-888-2986 Fax: 317-357-7572 nataliemarkle@ciscoseeds.com www.ciscoseeds.com Description: Turf seed, lawn & landscape supplies, fertilizer, retention pond products.

Cardno JFNew........................526 Mark O’Brien 128 Sunset Dr Walkerton, IN 46574 Phone: 574-586-2412 Fax: 574-586-2718 mark.obrien@cardno.com www.cardnojfnew.com Description: Supplier of midwestern native plants and seed for restorations, mitigations and wildlife projects.

Classic Groundcovers, Inc.....230 Wally Pressey 405 Belmout Rd Athems, GA 60305 Phone: 706-543-0145 Toll free: 800-248-8442 Fax: 706-369-9844 sales@classic.groundcovers.com www.classicgroundcovers.com Description: 130 Varieties of groundcover and perennial plants. Since 1963, the home of sudden service.

Caudill Seed Co...................... 331 Roger Valentine 1402 W Main St Louisville, KY 40203 Phone: 502-583-4402 Toll free: 866-715-4448 Fax: 812-346-2075 Description: Distributors of quaility turf grass seed, erosion contril products, fertilizer and hydro seeding supplies.

DOW AgroSciences................702 Greg Fletcher 7050 Greybudd Dr Indianapolis, IN 46268 Phone: 317-727-2241 Fax: 317-387-0702 gwfletcher@dow.com Description: Manufacturer of turf products including herbicides, insecticides and fungicides. 37

Exhibitors

Cherry Springs Nursery........225 Joanna Lorance PO Box 8155 McMinnville, TN 37111 Phone: 931-939-5062 Toll free: 800-438-8574 info@cherryspringsnursery.com www.cherryspringsnursery.com Description: Field grown shade & ornamental trees, evergreens.

CountryMark..........................227 Steve Thomas 225 S East St Indianapolis, IN 46202 Phone: 317-238-8218 Toll free: 800-808-3170 Fax: 317-238-8210 steve.thomas@countrymark.com www.countrymark.com Description: CountryMark premium fuels and Advantage Lubricants.


Drainage Solutions, Inc.........307 Don Colip 771 International Dr Franklin, IN 46131 Phone: 317-346-4110 Fax: 317-346-4109 Description: Drainage products, erosion control, plastic pipe, valves, fittings, catch basins, grates, trench drains. DuPont Professional Products..................................407 Adam Neate 4967 Ridgebury Blvd Lyndhurst, OH 44124 Phone: 216-570-6305 Fax: 216-862-3446 adam.neate@usa.dupont.com www.proproducts.dupont.com Description: DuPont Professional Products brings the company’s tradition of science innovation, & safety to the green industry. Its portfolio includes DuPont Acelepryn insecticide & Velista fungicide.

Exhibitors

Dykes and Son Nursery......... 710 Tonja Dykes 825 Maude Etter Rd McMinnville, TN 37110 Phone: 931-668-8833 Fax: 931-668-2771 Dykesson@blomand.net Eason Horticultural Resources................................517 Joan Albert 939 Helen Ruth Dr Ft Wright, KY 41017 Phone: 859-578-3535 Toll free: 800-214-2221 Fax: 859-578-2266 tradeshows@ehrnet.com www.ehrnet.com

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Eby’s Evergreen Plantation Inc......................... 631 Jeff Alexander 51669 CR 33 Bristol, IN 46507 Phone: 574-848-4520 Fax: 574-848-9669 jeff@exceptionaltrees.com www.exceptionaltrees.com Description: B&B evergreens, Christmas trees Everris.....................................233 Don Furterer 10301 Grog Run Rd Loveland, OH 45140 Phone: 513-583-0470 or 513-300-0033 Fax: 513-583-0634 don.furterer@everris.us.com www.everris.us.com Description: Osmocote, Peters, OHII, Rout, Banrot, Truban Ovation, Sammite. Forest Commodities, Inc.......505 Kelly Hall 1789 S Old SR 67 Martinsville, IN 46151 Phone: 765-349-3291 Fax: 765-349-3297 khall@fcimulch.com www.forestcommodities.com Description: Mulch, pavers Forrest Keeling Nursery........ 616 Kim Lovelace-Young PO Box 135 Elsberry, MO 63343 Phone: 573-898-5571 Toll free: 800-356-2401 Fax: 573-898-5803 kyoung@fknursery.com www.forrestkeeling.com Description: RPM (Root Production Method) trees, shrubs, perennials.


Grasshopper Company.......... 501 Connie Estep PO Box 637 Moundridge, KS 67107 Phone: 620-345-8621 Fax: 620-345-2301 show@grasshoppermower.com www.grasshoppermower.com Description: Grasshopper true zeroturn radius riding rotary mowers and quik-converter attachment system for year round implements. Grassmasters Sod Farm.........427 Joe Bammer 2300 W 350 N Patoka, IN 47666 Phone: 812-779-5468 Toll free: 888-763-3276 Fax: 812-779-5478 jpbammer@gmail.com Description: Sod farm, sod, sprigs, sprigging, installation, athletic field, golf course renovation. Green Industry Alliance........ 116 PO Box 681412 Indianapolis, IN 46268 GreenCycle.............................300 Elizabeth Funk 2695 Cicero Rd Noblesville, IN 46060 Phone: 317-773-3350 Fax: 317-773-3356 efunk@greencycle.net www.greencycle.net Description: Manufacture mulch & compost for wholesale and retail.

Grigg Brothers....................... 601 Steve Sweet 202 Twin Eagles Blvd West Huntertown, IN 46748 Phone: 260-450-4772 Fax: 866-519-3261 steve@griggbros.com www.griggbros.com Harrell’s LLC........................... 314 Kevin Fuchs 720 Kraft Rd Lakeland, FL 33815 Phone: 863-687-2774 Toll free: 800-282-8007 Fax: 863-904-1540 kfuchs@harrells.com www.harrells.com Description: Harrell’s is a leading producer of quality custom blended fertilizer and distributor of chemicals and grass seed for the golf course, sports turf, landscape management, and horticuture industries. Hortech, Inc............................506 Drew Edwards PO Box 533 Spring Lake, MI 49456 Phone: 616-842-1392 Toll free: 800-875-1392 Fax: 616-842-3273 drew@hortech.com www.hortech.com Description: Plant grower

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Exhibitors

Greendell Mulch & Mix.........402 Shawntel Light 749 W SR 42 Mooresville, IN 46158 Phone: 317-996-2826 Fax: 317-996-2032 slight@greendellmulch.com www.greendellmulch.com

Greenleaf Nursery Company................................430 Briana Johnson 28406 Hwy 82 Park Hill, OK 74451 Phone: 918-457-2389 Toll free: 800-331-2982 Fax: 800-407-5550 briana-johnson@ greenleafnursery.com www.greenleafnursery.com


IDNR, Div of Entomology & Plant Pathology.....................332 Kathleen Prough 402 W Washington St., Rm W290 Indianapolis, IN 46204 Phone: 317-232-4120 Fax: 317-232-2649 www.in.gov.dnr/entomology Description: State regulatory information for nursery growers and nursery dealers Indiana 811.............................732 Chuck Muller PO Box 219 Greenwood, IN 46142 Phone: 317-893-1404 cmuller@indiana811.org www.indiana811.org Description: Call before you dig. Indiana Flower & Patio Show....................................... 515 Kim Hirschfeld PO Box 502797 Indianapolis, IN 46250 Phone: 317-576-9933 Fax: 317-576-9955 kim@hsishows.com indianaflowerandpatioshow.com

Description: Promotion of consumer event. Idiana Irrigation Co., Inc.......406 Mark Torkelson 12 Main St Onward, IN 46967 Phone: 574-626-3398 Fax: 574-626-2378 inirrigation@gmail.com www.indianairrigation.com Description: Drip and sprinkler irrigation for field and greenhouse

Indiana Mulch & Stone LLC...709 Mark Strominger 1451 S West St Indianapolis, IN 46225 Phone: 317-638-8334 Fax: 317-638-3321 mstrominge@aol.com www.indianamulch.com Description: Mulch, stone, topsoil, landscaping supplies. Indiana Nursery & Landscape Association............................. 108 Donna Sheets 7915 S Emerson Ave., Ste. 247 Indianapolis, IN 46237 Phone: 317-889-2382 Toll free: 800-443-7336 Fax: 317-889-3935 dsheets@inla1.org www.inla1.org Indiana Professional Lawn & Landscape................. 112 Bob Andrews PO Box 481 Carmel, IN 46082 Phone: 317-575-9010 Fax: 317-846-7142 www.iplla.com Indianapolis Landscape Association............................. 114 Rick Haggard 4000 W 106th St Box 303 Carmel, IN 46032 info@indylandscape.com www.indylandscape.com Indy Bubbling Boulders........426 George Kakasuleff 9616 E 241st St Cicero, IN 46034 Phone: 317-410-6252

indybubblingboulders@yahoo.com Exhibitors

www.indybubblingboulders.com Description: Bubbling boulder supplier to landscapers & retailers.

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J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co.... 431 Jeff Lafrenz PO Box 189 Boring, OR 97009 Phone: 503-663-4128 Toll free: 800-825-8202 Fax: 503-663-2121 jeffl@jfschmidt.com www.jfschmidt.com Description: Grower of bareroot & containerized deciduous shade & flowering trees & shrubs. John Deere Landscapes......... 211 Mike Harris 130 Crossroads Dr New Whiteland, IN 46104 Phone: 317-535-7891 Description: Supplier, Nursery, Irrigation, lawn care, golf course, landscape care. Kankakee Nursery.................729 Tom Fister PO Box 288 Aroma Park, IL 60910 Phone: 800-344-7697 Fax: 815-937-9389 sales@kankakeenursery.com www.kankakeenursery.com Description: We grow quality trees, shrubs, evergreens, perennials and grasses. Producing both field and container grown material for the midwest &serving customers from Colorado to Connecticut and Canada.

Kenney Machinery Corporation............................ 712 Grant Smith 8420 Zionsville Rd Indianapolis, IN 46268 Phone: 317-872-4793 Toll free: 800-565-8676 Fax: 317-879-2331 grant.smith@kmcturf.com www.kmcturf.com Description: Toro turf & grounds equipment & service. Toro golf irrigation & supplies. Residential/ commercial irrigation, outdoor lighting, water feature. Knox Fertilizer Company......633 Maureen Hendron PO Box 248 Knox, IN 46534 Phone: 574-772-6275 Fax: 574-772-5878 mahendron@knoxfert.com www.knoxfert.com Description: Lawn fertilizers and Icemelt Kuert Concrete, Inc................ 216 Mark Walker 3402 Lincolnway West South Bend, IN 46628 Phone: 574-232-9911 Fax: 574-232-9977 mark@kuert.com www.kuert.com Description: Xeripave super pervious pavers/see xeripave.com

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Exhibitors

L.T. Rich Products, Inc...........706 Andy Walters 920 Hendricks Dr Lebanon, IN 46052 Phone: 765-482-2040 Toll free: 888-482-0040 Fax: 765-482-2050 awalters@z-spray.com www.zspray.com Description: Manufacturer of ride on spreader/sprayers and aerators.


LaCrosse Forage and Turf Seed, LLC........................222 Doyle Anderson 12071 N SR 37, PO Box 445 Elwood, IN 46036 Phone: 765-557-4455 Toll free: 800-562-2459 Fax: 765-557-4460 danderson@lftseed.com www.lftseed.com Description: Turf seed, Forage seed, Fertilizer, Erosion control products. LaPorte County Nursery....... 615 Judy Bunge 7657 W SR 2 LaPorte, IN 46350 Phone: 219-785-2891 Fax: 219-785-2756 lcls@comcast.net www.laportecountynursery.com Description: Trees, shrubs. Lastec......................................623 Hollie Bear 7865 N CR 100 E Lizton, IN 46149 Phone: 317-892-4444 Fax: 317-892-4188 hbear@lastec.com www.lastec.com Description: Lawn mowers

Exhibitors

Layne Christensen Co............733 Lewis Melling 3840 Prospect St Indianapolis, IN 46203 Phone: 317-353-0199 Fax: 317-353-0136 donna.diehl@layne.com www.laynechristensen.com Description: Water well & pump maintenance and repairs.

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Lebanon Fertilizer & Seed..... 214 Randy Rogers 2843 E Grand River Ste 255 East Lansing, MI 48823 Phone: 248-613-1710 rrogers@lebsea.com Description: Fertilizers, seed, mulch, foliar, organic arborist care. Links Aerification Plus.......... 713 Robyn Hamilton / Dan Gamble PO Box 99 Noblesville, IN 46061 Phone: 317-627-4368 robynhamilton2@gmail.com www.linksaerificationplus.com Description: Commercial aerification services M.J. Schuetz Insurance Services, Inc............................530 Kim Glass 55 Monument Circle # 500 Indianapolis, IN 46204 Phone: 317-639-5679 Toll free: 888-639-5679 Fax: 317-639-6910 kglass@mjsis.com mjschuetzinsuranceservices.com Description: Business Insurance: General liability, Automobile, workers compensation, herbicide, pesticide, design errors & omissons, personal homeowners


MacAllister Machinery Co..... 531 Sherri Pettigrew 5401 Elmwood Ave Indianapolis, IN 46203 Phone: 317-788-4624 Toll free: 866-788-4624 Fax: 317-788-4677 info@macallister.com www.macallister.com Description: Landscape equipment & tools. Sales, parts & service. Caterpillar small equipment: skid steers, mini excavators, multi terrain loaders, Kubota tractors & mowers. Exmark mowers, Stihl, Echo for your landscape needs. Mid-State Truck Equipment, Inc....................... 612 Michael & Beverly Eby 11020 Allisonville Rd Fishers, IN 46038 Phone: 317-849-4903 Toll free: 800-540-4479 Fax: 317-849-6441 beverly@mid-statetruck.com www.mid-statetruck.com Description: Lawn care equipment, snow/ice removal equipment. Midwest Groundcovers.........324 Judy Wehrmeister PO Box 742 St Charles, IL 60174 Phone: 847-742-1790 Fax: 847-742-2655 jwehrmeister@ midwestgroundcovers.com www.midwestgroundcovers.com Description: Full line of nursery product.

Millcreek Gardens LLC..........532 George Pealer 15088 Smart-Cole Rd Ostrander, OH 43061 Phone: 740-666-7125 Toll free: 800-948-1234 Fax: 877-964-6446 george@mgohio.com www.mgohio.com Description: High quality container-grown perennials, herbs, annuals, hardy ferns and ornamental grasses. Mower Shop, The.................. 521 Steve Williamson 12923 Ford Dr Fishers, IN 46038 Phone: 317-849-9500 Fax: 317-849-9557 info@themowershop.com www.themowershop.com Description: Toro commercial equipment dealer - mowers, siteworks systems. Hustler turf dealer. Full service and parts. National Nursery Products... 613 LuAnn Houle 4530 Runyon Deer Ln Greenwood, IN 46142 Phone: 317-652-5927 Fax: 888-435-0419 luannhoule@aol.com Description: Representing growers from coast to coast. Walter’s Gardens, plugs, finished perennials, shade & ornamental, evergreen trees & shrubs.

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Midwest Pump Service..........727 Bill Cook 3300 Beech Place Carmel, IN 46032 Phone: 317-538-9623 cookb@att.net Description: Golf course pump station sales and service

Midwest Regional Turf Foundation............................. 106 Jennifer Biehl PO Box 2285 West Lafayette, IN 47996 Phone: 765-494-8039 Fax: 765-496-6335 www.mrtf.org


NewPro Containers............... 701 Melanie Dearringer 10650 Andrade Dr Zionsville, IN 46077 Phone: 317-733-8499 Toll free: 800-869-9285 Fax: 317-733-8498 customer-service@ newprocontainers.com www.newprocontainers.com Description: Manufacturer, importer & wholesale distributor of plant containers, plantscaping supplies. Northland Farms.................... 513 Jeff Flickinger 11161 120th Ave West Olive, MI 49460 Phone: 616-402-9425 Toll free: 800-253-1812 Fax: 616-846-5228 jflick@northlandfarmsllc.com www.northlandfarmsllc.com Description: Container grown nursery stock including ornamental shrubs, evergreens, small fruits, shade and ornamental trees, fruit trees, roses, perennials, climbing vines and ground covers.

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Office of Indiana State Chemist................................... 104 Joe Becovitz 175 S University St West Lafayette, IN 47907 Phone: 75-494-1589 Fax: 765-494-4331 Description: Regulatory

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Pathway Biologic...................327 Dick Gray, Mark Warren 111 E Tever St Plant City, FL 33563 Phone: 772-260-5037 Fax: 813-719-7285 dgray@pathwaybiologic.com www.pathwaybiologic.com Description: Microbial products for turf to enhance nutrient cycling root architecture and soil structure. Perennials Plus...................... 511 John Platte 4510 W 166th St Westfield, IN 46074 Phone: 317-867-5504 Fax: 317-867-5508 perennialsplus1@aol.com www.perennials-plus.com Description: Perennials, annuals, shrubs, trees, grasses, ground covers, tropicals, and Campania International Pottery. Perma Green Supreme, Inc... 210 Dan Shiplov 5609 Murvihill Rd Valparaiso, IN 46383 Phone: 219-476-7091 Toll free: 800-346-2001 Fax: 219-476-7113 dan@permagreen.com Description: Ride-on sprayer/ spreader. Price Nurseries, Inc...............405 Jim Kenny 7880 King Rd Plymouth, IN 46563 Phone: 574-936-4459 Fax: 574-936-3026 jim@pricenurseries.com www.pricenurseries.com


Prime Turf, Inc....................... 611 Chuck Odierno 14200 S Parker Rd Homer Glen, IL 60491 Phone: 708-301-1110 Toll free: 800-677-8097 Fax: 708-301-3351 cjo@primetruf.com www.primeturf.com Description: Water treatment products & equipment. Professional Golfcar Corporation............................ 312 Augie Busch Hwy 37 & Fullerton Pike Bloomington, IN 47402 Phone: 812-322-5168 Toll free: 800-742-4064 Fax: 812-822-1745 augiebusch1@gmail.com www.pgcez.com Description: New and pre-owned EZ-Go golfcars, turf and shuttle vehicles.

Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Lab........................ 105 Tom Creswell or Gail Ruhl 915 West State Street West Lafayette IN 47907-2054 Phone: 765-494-7071 Fax: 765-494-3958 ppdl-info@purdue.edu www.ppdl.purdue.edu Reading Rock, Inc...................217 Jill Fouts 14000 Olio Rd Noblesville, IN 46060 Phone: 317-776-9250 Fax: 317-776-9254 foutsj@readingrock.com www.readingrock.com Description: Pavers, big block, retaining, seat walls, pergolas, water features, landscape lighting, fireplaces, fire pits, outdoor living and more.

Purdue Extension Education Store....................................... 107 Ellen Milligan 700 Ahlers Rd - MMDC West Lafayette, IN 47907 Phone: 765-496-6398 Toll free: 888-398-4636 milligan@purdue.edu https://mdc.itap.purdue.edu/ Description: Sell extension publications from Purdue University.

Reynolds Farm Equipment, Inc.......................722 Eric Hungate PO Box 218 Fishers, IN 46038 Phone: 317-849-0810 Toll free: 800-382-9038 Fax: 317-849-0106 ehungate@rfemail.com Description: Commercial mowing, Golf course maintenance equipment

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Purdue Ag Alumni and Purdue Alumni Association................ 103 Purdue Ag Alumni Phone: 765-494-8593 www.ag.purdue.edu/agalumni/ Purdue Alumni Association 800-414-1541 www.purduealumni.org

Residex Turfgrass...................326 Paul Witte 2552 Raymond Ave Grand Rapids, MI 49507 Phone: 616-914-1632 Fax: 616-245-2064 pwitte@residex.com Description: Fertilizer, Fungicides, Insecticides, Herbicides, Organic products, specialty items.


Scarff’s Nursery, Inc..............334 411 N Dayton-Lakeview Rd New Carlisle, OH 45344 Phone: 877-722-7337 Toll free: 877-722-7337 Fax: 937-845-9731 jeremyw-sni@sbcglobal.net www.scarffs.com Description: Quality grower of shrubs, trees, evergreens and perennials since 1881. SePro Corporation................. 213 Robin Scobell 11550 N Meridian St., Ste 600 Carmel, IN 46032 Phone: 317-580-8268 robins@sepro.com www.sepro.com Spinal Care Physical Medicine................................. 111 Jess Hancock 114 W SR 267 Avon, IN 46123 Phone: 317-272-4100 jessie.hancock@spinalcareindy.com

http://www.spinalcareindy.com/ Description: Free Blood pressure screenings, 5-10 min medical massage. Studebaker Nurseries............622 Kent Phillips 11140 Milton-Carlisle Rd New Carlisle, OH 45344 Phone: 937-845-3816 Toll free: 800-845-0584 Fax: 937-845-1935 kphillips@studebakernurseries.com

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www.studebakernurseries.com Description: Container and field grown evergreens, shrubs and trees.

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Syngenta.................................523 Troy Rippy 10344 Alto Ct Noblesville, IN 46060 Phone: 317-431-3318 Fax: 317-770-1845 troy.rippy@syngenta.com www.syngenta.com Description: Turf Chemicals TenBarge Seed Co..................304 Chad Will 100 E Haub St Haubstadt, IN 46739 Phone: 812-768-6157 Fax: 812-768-5530 chaddwill@gmail.com Description: Seed, plant nurtition, chemicals, sports field services. Tiffany Lawn & Garden......... 311 David LaFara 5202 S Harding Indianapolis, IN 46217 Phone: 317-654-5105

david.lafara@ tiffanylawnandgarden.com

Description: Landscape supplies, mulchs, hardscape, stone, pond supplies, tools, fertilizers, seed & accessories. Turf Fuel.................................527 Paul Witte 2552 Raymond Ave Grand Rapids, MI 49507 Phone: 616-914-1632 Fax: 616-245-2064 pwitte@residex.com Description: Fertilizer, Fungicides, Insecticides, Herbicides, Organic products, specialty items. Turf Temp Services................ 715 Dan Gamble 8420 Zionsville Rd Indianapolis, IN 46268 dan.gamble@kmcturf.com www.kmcturf.com Description: Turf rental and service company.


Twixwood Nursery, Inc.........525 Jill Roberts 2759 E Shawnee Rd Berrien Springs, MI 49103 Phone: 269-471-7408 Fax: 800-854-1756 jroberts@twixwood.com www.twixwood.com Description: wholesale grower of ground covers, perennials, vines, stepables, ornamental grasses, shrubs, green roof plants and modules. Unilock....................................603 Kyle Trippeer 301 E Sullivan Rd Aurora, IL 60505 Phone: 630-892-9191, 800-unilock Fax: 630-892-9215 kyle.trippeer@unilock.com www.unilock.com Description: Paving stones & retaining walls USDA NASS Indiana Field Office............................. 130 Greg Matli 1435 Win Hentschel Blvd Ste 110 West Lafayette, IN 47906 Phone: 765-494-3371 Fax: 765-494-4315 greg.matli@nass.usda.gov Description: Federal Government Agency

Wehrkamp Enterprises......... 131 Brock Dilbone PO Box 364, 621 Commercial Dr St Henry, OH 45883 Phone: 419-678-8666 Fax: 419-678-9106 greens@bright.net www.wehrkampenterprises.com Description: Baroness equipment dealer, custom aerification services Woody Warehouse Nursery, Inc............................504 Peter & Peggy Berg PO Box 259 Lizton, IN 46149 Phone: 317-994-5487 Toll free: 866-766-8367 Fax: 317-994-5494

peggyberg@woodywarehouse.com

www.woodywarehouse.com Description: Trees & shrubs

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Vine & Branch........................ 711 Jud Scott 4721 E 146th Carmel, IN 46033 Phone: 317-846-3778 Fax: 317-846-3788 treeconsultant@aol.com www.vineandbranch.net Description: Tree care, plant health care, consulting arborist services.

Weed Man..............................606 Pete Rossi, Dan Lyden 41169 Vincenti Ct Novi, MI 48375 Phone: 248-477-5603 Fax: 248-442-9671 peter.rossi@weedmanusa.com www.weedmanusa.com Description: North America’s largest franchised lawn care business. Entrepreneur magazines #1 lawn care franchise with 42 years & 400+ franchise units. We provide unmatched systems & support.

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Exhibitor List (by booth number) Booth.... Company

Booth.... Company

101 ���������Belgard Hardscapes 103 ��������Purdue Ag Alumni/Purdue Alumni Association 104 ��������Office of Indiana State Chemist 105 ��������Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Lab 106 ��������Midwest Regional Turf Foundation 107 ��������Purdue Extension Education Store 108 ��������Indiana Nursery And Landscape Association 110 ���������Ameri-Turf 111 ���������Spinal Care Physical Medicine 112 ���������Indiana Professional Lawn & Landscape 114 ���������Indianapolis Landscape Association 116 ���������Green Industry Alliance 118 ���������CISCO Companies, The 130 ��������USDA NASS Indiana Field Office 131 ���������Wehrkamp Enterprises 210 ���������Perma Green Supreme 211 ���������John Deere Landscapes 213 ���������SePro Corporation 214 ���������Lebanon Fertilizer & Seed 216 ���������Kuert Concrete, Inc 217 ���������Reading Rock, Inc. 221 ��������Advanced Turf Solutions 222 ��������LaCrosse Forage and Turf Seed, LLC 223 ��������Anderson’s, The 225 ��������Cherry Springs Nursery 226 ��������Blue Moon Farm 227 ��������CountryMark 230 ��������Classic Groundcovers Inc

231 ��������BFG Supply Co. 233 ��������Everris 300 ��������GreenCycle 301 ��������Brehob Nursery 304 ��������TenBarge Seed Co 306 ��������Bayer Crop Science 307 ��������Drainage Solutions, Inc 311 ���������Tiffany Lawn & Garden 312 ���������Professional Golfcar Corporation 313 ���������Automatic Irrigation Supply 314 ���������Harrell’s LLC 324 ��������Midwest Groundcovers 326 ��������Residex Turfgrass 327 ��������Pathway Biologic 331 ��������Caudill Seed Co. 332 ��������IDNR, Div of Entomology & Plant Pathology 334 ��������Scarff’s Nursery, Inc 401 ��������C.M. Hobbs, Inc. 402 ��������Greendell Mulch & Mix 405 ��������Price Nurseries, Inc 406 ��������Indiana Irrigation Co., Inc. 407 ��������DuPont Professional Products 411 ���������Blue Grass Farms 426 ��������Indy Bubbling Boulders 427 ��������Grassmasters Sod Farm 430 ��������Greenleaf Nursery Company 431 ��������J. Frank Schmidt & Son 501 ��������Grasshopper Company 504 ��������Woody Warehouse Nursery, Inc 505 ��������Forest Commodities, Inc. 506 ��������Hortech, Inc 507 ��������AAT - Direct Solutions

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Exhibitor List (by booth number) Booth.... Company

Booth.... Company

511 ���������Perennials Plus 513 ���������Northland Farms 515 ���������Indiana Flower & Patio Show 517 ���������Eason Horticultural Resources 521 ��������Mower Shop, The 523 ��������Syngenta 525 ��������Twixwood Nursery, Inc 526 ��������Cardno JFNew 527 ��������Turf Fuel 530 ��������M.J. Schuetz Insurance Services, Inc. 531 ��������MacAllister Machinery Co. 532 ��������Millcreek Gardens LLC 601 ��������Grigg Brothers 603 ��������Unilock 606 ��������Weed Man 607 ��������BASF 611 ���������Prime Turf, Inc 612 ���������Mid-State Truck Equipment, Inc 613 ���������National Nursery Products 615 ���������LaPorte County Nursery

616 ���������Forrest Keeling Nursery 622 ��������Studebaker Nurseries 623 ��������Lastec 624 ��������AGRO-CHEM, INC. 631 ��������Eby’s Evergreen Plantation 633 ��������Knox Fertilizer Company 701 ��������NewPro Containers 702 ��������DOW AgroSciences 706 ��������L.T. Rich Products, Inc 709 ��������Indiana Mulch & Stone 710 ���������Dykes and Son Nursery 711 ���������Vine & Branch 712 ���������Kenney Machinery Corporation 713 ���������Links Aerification Plus 715 ���������Turf Temp Services 722 ��������Reynolds Farm Equipment, Inc 727 ��������Midwest Pump Service 729 ��������Kankakee Nursery 731 ��������Aquatic Control, Inc 732 ��������Indiana 811 733 ��������Layne Christensen Co.

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CEU Fulfillment Tracking Form Indiana Accredited Horticulturist Program (7 hours of continuing education required over a two-year period, must be accompanied by a re-certification fee—$25 for INLA members and $45 for non-members.) IAH CEUs can be earned by attending any of the educational sessions, excluding INLA Annual Meeting. One (1) hour of education equals one (1) CEU (continuing educaton unit). Name: _ _____________________________________________ Company:____________________________________________ Address:_ ____________________________________________ City, State, Zip:_________________________________________ Manual #: _________ Certification Expiration Date:__________ Attended Education Programs Name of Program:______________________________________ Number of Hours:_ _____________________________________ Location and Date:______________________________________ Sponsoring Group:______________________________________ Name of Program:______________________________________ Number of Hours:_ _____________________________________ Location and Date:______________________________________ Sponsoring Group:______________________________________ Name of Program:______________________________________ Number of Hours:_ _____________________________________ Location and Date:______________________________________ Sponsoring Group:______________________________________

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Name of Program:______________________________________ Number of Hours:_ _____________________________________ Location and Date:______________________________________ Sponsoring Group:______________________________________ Return your completed form to: Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association 7915 S. Emerson Ave. Suite #247, Indianapolis, IN 46237 Phone: 317-889-2382 • Fax: 317-889-3935 • www.inla1.org 50


The Indiana Green Expo strives to be a leading educational and trade show program, so feedback is always welcome. Please speak to, or contact, any of the board members during or after IGE with comments and feedback that we could utilize to make this expo more effective for you. Also, thanks to the following officers and board members from the INLA and MRTF. INLA — www.inla1.org Officers President: Rich Blankenship, Mark M. Holeman, Inc. Honorary Secretary: Stephanie Sheldon, ShrubWorks, Inc. President Elect: Robert Johnstone, Fireboulder Vice-President: Brian Julius, Walnut Ridge Nursery & Garden Center Directors Tom Barrett, Greenwater Infrastructure Erick Brehob, Brehob Nursery, Inc. Kyle Daniel, Purdue University Brian Franco, Franco Landscape, Inc. Kim Glass, M.J. Schuetz Agency Gabriel Gluesenkamp, Designscape Horticultural Services Mark O’Brien, Cardno/JFNew Jodie Overmyer, Price Nurseries Dean Ricci, Ricci’s Landscape Management, Inc. MRTF — www.mrtf.org Officers President: Jamie Mehringer, J&D Turf President-Elect: Greg Shaffer, Elcona Country Club Vice-President: Chris Piske, The Hill Co., Inc. Past President: David George, Engledow Treasurer: Randy Brehmer, The Fort Golf Resort Executive Director: Aaron Patton, Purdue University Members Rob Harper, DePauw University David George, Engledow Greg Shaffer, Elcona Country Club Brice Gordon, Otis Park Golf Course Troy Rippy, Syngenta Chris Piske, The Hill Co., Inc. Tom List, List Lawncare Scott Reckard, Chippendale Golf Club John Turner, Bayer Environmental Science Mark Peters, Fendrich Golf Course Gary Crum, Lawn Tamer Nikki Hendrickson, Bayer Environmental Science Greg Lovell, Helena Chemical Jamie Mehringer, J&D Turf 51


Advertisers Belgard...........................................................................................................11 Blue Grass Farms............................................................. outside back cover Brehob Nursery, Inc.......................................................................................3 EJ Prescott......................................................................................................13 Lebanon Turf and Fertilizer Seed.................................................................7 MacAllister Machinery Co., Inc........................................ inside front cover Woody Warehouse Nursery, Inc................................................................ 17 Pathway Biologic.................................................................inside back cover

Thank you for attending the 2013 Indiana Green Expo. The 2013 Indiana Green Expo (IGE) is presented by the Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association and the Midwest Regional Turf Foundation. Unlike some for-profit trade shows, all proceeds from the IGE are used directly to better our industry through research, educational programming, and other supporting functions. Since the IGE is managed by green industry professionals for green industry professionals, you’ll find targeted, industry-specific products, information, education, and networking that you can use immediately in your profession. and

Executive Director: Dr. Aaron Patton Associate Director: Dr. Cale Bigelow Executive Secretary: Jennifer Biehl P.O. Box 2285 West Lafayette, IN 47996-2285 email: biehlj@purdue.edu Phone: 765-494-8039 Fax: 765-496-6335 www.mrtf.org 52

Executive Director: Donna Sheets 7915 S. Emerson Avenue, #247 Indianapolis, IN 46237 Email: dsheets@inla1.org Phone: 317-889-2382 Toll Free: 800-443-7336 Fax: 317-889-3935 www.inla1.org


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2013 Indiana Green Expo Show Program  

Contains the educational conference and trade show schedule for the 2013 Indiana Green Expo on January 9-11, 2013 in Indianapolis, Indiana....

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