Chris Miller holds a BS in plant and soil science from the University of Delaware and a MS from Michigan State University. He was an assistant superintendent at Franklin Hills CC in Michigan, then worked for Aquatrols for five years, until the end of 2000, as senior research agronomist, responsible for overseeing and organizing turfgrass related research involving the company’s product line as well as new products. He now teaches computer programming at Computer Learning Centers, Inc. in Cherry Hill, NJ.
CHICAGO ? Alleviating the auto industry's headache of unsold maintenance can be traced to basic shop operations, like scheduling, says John Watt, national manager of CERTIGARD Franchised Operations, Petro-Canada.
Years ago, a visitor to China would see dirt roads inhabited by goats and other farm animals, bicycles and surrounding farmland. Now, automobiles, paved highways and high-speed trains are a common sight, says Timothy Weckesser, who spoke today at the
Suppliers are using the Web to reach and educate the end-users, in a trend that resembles the ultimate digital, interactive point-of-purchase display. Many sites now include training videos and installation information to guide DIYers to particular p
Many manufacturers aspire to speak directly to each end-user, but logistics would prevent this from literally happening. However, a new educational program launched by Liquid Wrench, a division of Radiator Specialty Co., offers advice directly to con