Lawn & Landscape announces plans for 2021 Technology Conference

Lawn & Landscape announces plans for 2021 Technology Conference

News Highlights: Lawn & Landscape announces plans for 2021 Technology Conference

VALLEY VIEW, Ohio – Lawn & Landscape has confirmed this year’s dates for Lawn & Landscape Technology Conference, which will take place August 31 – September 2, 2021, at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate in Orlando, Florida.

This year’s three-day event offers both virtual and face-to-face options, as well as comprehensive pest control training powered by sister publication Pest Control Technology (PCT). Additionally, attendees will experience organized networking and gain access to an exhibition hall featuring leading technologies, solutions and innovations for professionals in the green industry and pest control.

The lawn and landscape Technology The conference brings together landscapers, lawn care workers, and pest controllers to learn from technology experts and fellow professionals who have successfully integrated software and technology into their businesses to operate more efficiently.

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