After the spring rains that filled lakes and left many lawns squishy, most of the Brazos River basin saw little to no rain during the month of July. So, while many lawns are now beginning to turn brown, have you asked yourself just how much watering is enough? The Texas AgriLife Extension has the answer specific to your type of lawn and your area of the state. For more, click here.
GREAT FUN AWAITS AT BRAZOS RIVER AUTHORITY RESERVOIRS THIS SUMMER
Looking for a little hot fun in the summertime or better yet, a chance to cool off after enjoying that fun? The Brazos River Authority Lakes Granbury, Limestone and Possum Kingdom have everything youíre looking for outdoors with scenic parks, playgrounds, campsites and fun water activities to help you enjoy the best summer fun. For more, click here.
CHOOSING DIFFERENT LAWN GRASSES WILL CONSERVE WATER AND SAVE YOU MONEY
While Texas has been blessed with higher than average rainfall for the first half of 2015, itís always best to plan for less than optimum conditions. One way to conserve water is to plant lawns that require less water, such as buffalo grass or Tifway 419. For more, click here.