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Autumn is almost here, and there are steps you can take right now to start winterizing your lawn and landscaping. Fall is the best time to re-nourish grasses, trees and shrubs after summer’s wear and tear. Fall is also a great time to encourage root growth and put down some sodding or seeds to patch up any rough spots in your lawn. Below are a few tips from our Carrollton landscaping service, on winterizing your
In a time of drought, last month’s scattered thunderstorms would have anyone wondering about its impact on our depleted lakes. Late last month, The North Texas Water District released a report verifying that the recent summer rains were not sufficient enough to restore our lakes to their normal levels. Given the recent weather conditions, we also would like to take this opportunity to remind our Plano sprinkler repair clients to check out www.WaterMyYard.org, a valuable
The Texas Water Development Board states that the population in Texas is projected to double in size by 2060, yet our water supplies are expected to decline by 20%. Drought conditions and stiff watering restrictions have forced us to learn how to make the most of what we have. For many of us, we are actually learning how to take better care of our lawns. Our Plano irrigation system service has gathered some top watering
The adjournment of the 83rdTexas legislature gives us some hope for Texas’ future in landscaping irrigation, industrial, agricultural, and other water needs which have been in desperate need of attention given our current drought conditions. Homeowners and landscaping services in Carrollton and surrounding areas have a vested interest in supporting three key pieces of legislation pending voter approval this November, as the causes for such strict watering restrictions in the North Texas Watering District will
A lot of our customers in Carrollton and other cities in the North Texas Watering District have voiced concern over how well their landscaping will fare amidst the latest once-a-week watering restrictions in the NTWD area. We were happy to hear about an online resource at www.watermyyard.org, and wanted to help spread the word about it. The North Texas Watering District Water IQ Program and the Irrigation Technology Program at Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service