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On Feb. 21, DHS began receiving H-2B visa applications for the second half of fiscal year 2018. In five days, DHS received applications from businesses for 47,000 visas for the 33,000 available visas. The available visas were assigned randomly by DHS to applicants.Read More
The Byrd’s Group #1 challenge is finding labor in a local economy where the unemployment rate is at 4.2%. We are currently advertising in Charlotte and surrounding counties. We have posted jobs openings as far away as West Virginia, Kentucky, and upstate New York.Read More
During my morning reading I came across this article in Turf Magazine written by Nicole Wisniewski. The title, Top 7 2018 Landscape Trends, really sparked my interest. Be sure to check out 7. Purple Reign.Read More
Irrigation technology has evolved considerably over the last 20 years. Here is a great article on the 'two-wire irrigation system' by Laureen Dowdle with Landscape Management MagazineRead More
On April, 26th 2016 The Byrd's Group recognize Rick Malarkey and Jamie Deese for 10 years of service.Read More
April is the time of year when you need to be thinking about purchasing and installing your spring annuals. Historically the chances of a freeze are slim to none after the 15th of April and the consistent rain fall makes this the best time to get them in the ground.Read More