UAC Magazine

UAC Magazine is a content-rich publication distributed to UAC Business Level members (a member benefit) as well as friends of the association in the media, education, and government.


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UAC Magazine - Winter 2018

UAC Magazine – Winter 2018

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Winter 2018


  • Executive Director message

  • Letter to the editor  We are not immune

  • Johnny Frank Swift, Jr.  Industry loses a great man

  • What did you miss?  Grady High School Career Fair

  • Where are you going to find the next generation of workers?

  • Henry County Career Ready Expo  Sign up to participate

  • World of Landscape  CEFGA event scheduled for March 22-23, 2018

  • What did you miss?  EDGE Expo

  • Thank you to our sponsors!  EDGE Expo

  • GALA  It’s time to upload your projects!

  • UAC Safety Zone  Entry deadline approaching


  • Me & my mentor  Kimberly Vigne, HighGrove Partners

  • Pest 411   Kudzu bug decline

  • Landscape Business Boot Camp  Why you can’t afford to miss this

  • Save the date

  • Safety works UGA safety training

  • Health & benefits UAC health insurance plan

  • Pro project  Hillside dilemma, Ed Castro Landscape

  • What the tech? Google Hire

  • Directory of advertisers


  • Growing Managers Series  The essentials

  • Ditching appraisals  Why ongoing feedback is more important

  • Habits you need to break  10 ways you’re driving your employees crazy

  • Who says money doesn’t motivate? Linking compensation and action

  • When things heat up  How to conquer employee conflict


  • Labor pains 2017 State of the Industry Report

  • Industry update News from the Georgia Agribusiness Council

  • 2018 Sod Producers’ Report Annual survey examines inventory and price

  • Vincent J. Dooley Professorship Marc van Iersel and Dooley team up


  • Harmless or harmful? Slime molds, Spanish moss, lichens, and mistletoe

  • Emerald Ash Borer Quarantine Statewide Expansion

  • “Is my tree dying?”  Evaluating tree health

  • Bamboo muhly grass  Add texture and motion to landscapes

  • Liven up spring containers  Deadnettle adds variety and texture

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