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How Much to Water Lawn in Winter

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Watering Your Lawn During Water Restrictions

You can follow water restrictions AND keep your lawn alive during hot summer months. 1. Make sure your irrigation system is working correctly flag locations of all sprinkler heads on lawn turn system on and make sure sprinkler heads are popping up and aimed correctly turn off water and use a flathead screwdriver to pop up sprinkler head manually clamp sprinkler head in up position remove sprinkler head and wash with soap and water if necessary reattach sprinkler head and re-aim sprinkler with system on 2. Mow your… Read More →

Water Quality Dynamics (DVD)

Source: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service This 25-minute video depicts the interrelationships of various water- quality parameters as they affect fish production. By: Michael P. Masser ID: SP-335 [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]

Introduction to Water Quality Management (DVD)

Source: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service This 42-minute video presents some specific water quality testing procedures and explains how to interpret test results. By: Michael P. Masser ID: SP-332 [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]

Introduction to Water Quality Testing (DVD)

Source: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Knowing how to test for and maintain water quality is essential to recreational fish pond owners and to aquaculturists. This 33-minute video explains how to test for water quality. By: Michael P. Masser ID: SP-331 [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]

Freshwater Prawn Production (DVD)

Source: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service This video describes the culture of the giant Malaysian prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergi, or freshwater shrimp, in the U.S. Culture techniques from hatchery to pond grow-out are discussed. Topics include stocking, feeding, water quality, harvesting, marketing and the economics of freshwater prawn/shrimp production. By: Michael P. Masser ID: SP-298 [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]

Rangeland Measurement Techniques for Livestock and Wildlife

Source: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Video discusses some techniques landowners can employ to evaluate the quality of wildlife habitat on their property and productivity of forage in their pastures and fields. Nest clump surveys, cover surveys, grass stubble height surveys, and forage surveys are demonstrated.  

Rangeland Monitoring Techniques

Source: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Video presents some easy ways for landowners to monitor the condition of their land over time. Maintaining precipitation records, photo points, and grazing exclosures are fast methods for evaluating changes on the land and aid in decision making.

Drip Irrigation

Source: Aggie Horticulture, http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu Drip irrigation is a great way to save water while growing a beautiful landscape or garden. By: Skip Richter, Extension Agent – Horticulture [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]

Homemade DIY Drip Irrigator

Source: Aggie Horticulture, http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu How to make a simple drip irrigation device and fertilizer applicator for tomatoes or other garden plants using a plastic 1 gallon milk jug. By: Skip Richter, Extension Agent – Horticulture [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]

Water Saving Devices for Gardens, Lawns & Landscapes

Source: Aggie Horticulture, http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu A few devices for conserving water used on gardens, lawns and landscapes. Help prevent wasting precious irrigation water. By: Skip Richter, Extension Agent – Horticulture [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]

Best Way to Water Lawn

Source: Aggie Horticulture, http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu Watering properly helps maintain a beautiful lawn without wasting water. By: Skip Richter, Extension Agent – Horticulture [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]

Lawn Watering

Source: Aggie Horticulture, http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu Tips for conserving water while building a dense, healthy lawn in hot, dry summer weather. By: Skip Richter, Extension Agent – Horticulture [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]

Texas Water: Groundwater Issues and Options (DVD)

Source: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Three informational videos are contained on this DVD. They are Foundations: Aquifers of Texas; Crossroads: Texas Water Law; and Divining the Future: Groundwater Conservation Districts. The three videos explore a wide range of issues related to managing the groundwater resources of Texas. By: Bruce J. Lesikar ID: SP-147 [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]

Tree Watering Tips

Source: Texas Forest Service Texas tree experts say it’s too soon to tell how many trees we may lose. Many have gone dormant in an act of self-preservation so it could be next spring before we know if they will make a comeback. Until then, the most important thing for you to do is water — properly and efficiently. [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]