When there are drought conditions in Central Texas, landscape plants become water-stressed so it’s important to look at how you are caring for your lawn to help it survive. Learn how to look for signs of insects, diseases and weeds. In addition, find out the best way to water, fertilize, and mow your lawn. Daphne Richards, County Extension Agent—Horticulture Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Travis County leads educational programming in the areas of home horticulture, urban agriculture, and the green industry. She also serves as the coordinator of the local Master Gardener program. Watch her each week on the award-winning television program “Central Texas
Gardener”. You might also see her around town at various gardening events with Augie, her sweet little Dachshund.
Part of the Dealing with Drought Series
Cost: $10 through 2/29; $15 starting 3/1 and on-site
NO cash accepted – checks and credit cards only.
Space is limited so register on-line early to reserve your seat!
Register by Phone: 979-845-2604