North Texas Lawn Care - Free Seminar

Real Estate Agent with United Real Estate Dallas TREC# 0544069

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 Online

Register by Phone 214-670-3155

This class is sponsored by the City of Dallas Water Conservation and Texas A&M AgriLife Research

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 Sharon Parisi,  Realtor®

Helping Dallas area buyers and sellers meet their real estate needs


United Real Estate


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Sharon Tara
Sharon Tara Transformations - Portsmouth, NH
New Hampshire Home Stager

Sounds like a very informative seminar!  

Jan 19, 2016 11:26 PM #1
Thom Abbott |770.713.1505 | Intown Atlanta GA Condo Living - Atlanta, GA
Midtown Atlanta GA Condos For Sale

LOVE This! I live in a neighborhood established in the 60's. If we did a seminar, it would either have to be about how to get rid of weeds (and then most yards would be just dirt!) or how to renovate your lawn inexpensively. 

I redid my entire front landscape two years ago. (Still more to do, but majority is done.) I did all the work myself. Many,many trips to the mountains to bring back rocks to create the dry stream bed. Installed new turf, made new landscape beds, all in an effort to cut my front yard size in half. (Less to mow and water!) 

If' I'd have paid, I'd say it was a $5,000 job. If I had PAID for all the stones, it would have probably been $10,000. Won't be seeing anything like that anywhere soon! 

If only people understood what curb appeal does to a neighborhood. 

Jan 30, 2016 11:20 PM #2
Sharon Parisi
United Real Estate Dallas - Dallas, TX
Dallas Homes

Sharon, this group does several seminars throughout the year.  They're well attended and worth the time.  The presenters are area experts and share a wealth of info specif to the needs of attendees.

Jan 31, 2016 05:09 AM #3
Sharon Parisi
United Real Estate Dallas - Dallas, TX
Dallas Homes

Thom, I'm in awe of your accomplishment.  That is an enormous amount of commitment, an extensive workout, and huge monetary savings! I'm going to check out your posts to see if there are any photos.  If not, I think you should share photos to inspire us.


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