Take advantage of the opportunity to pick up tips on how to keep your North Texas lawn healthy. Texas A&M AgriLife Research Center and City of Dallas Water Conservation are sponsoring a Free class to provide up-to-date information about North Texas lawn care.
Scientists at the AgriLife Center have developed more than twenty-tree varieties of turf grass. How fortunate we are to have a facility in Dallas to research vegetation that survives our extreme summer heat, winter freezes, invasive pests, droughts, and floods. We have it all in North Texas!
Horticulturist Patrick Dickinson will focus on how to keep your lawn healthy all year round. Learn about the different types of turf grass and ask specific questions about your lawn. Dickinson with talk about how much water your lawn needs throughout the year. A few years ago he offered me valuable information about watering my own lawn. I reduced the number of times a week that I water, as well as the duration of the watering time. My lawn is thriving and I am saving money! Fertilizer products and pesticides will also be discussed.
Bring all your questions to this seminar and learn how to help your lawn thrive in our climate.
Free Lawn Care Seminar
Saturday, February 6, 2016
9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Texas A&M AgriLife Research Center and Auditorium
17360 Coit Road
Dallas, TX 75252
Register by Phone 214-670-3155
This class is sponsored by the City of Dallas Water Conservation and Texas A&M AgriLife Research