To address lawn care questions specific to Texas homeowners, the Turfgrass Producers of Texas have launched Your Texas Lawn at YourTexasLawn.com as a resource and online community focused on lawn care issues for Texans.
Your Texas Lawn is designed to help Texans solve problems in their current lawn, or, if in need of a new lawn, help select the right sod for your region’s climate and soil. YourTexasLawn.com offers guidelines about which types of grass will stand up to shade or drought conditions, full sun, or high traffic. Lawn maintenance tips are specific to growing and caring for grass in Texas. Many of the resources available on Your Texas Lawn were produced by the Texas turfgrass specialists at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension.
“We know that Texas is special, right down to our lawns. Your Texas Lawn was developed to offer videos and information for Texas only,” said Brent Batchelor, executive director of the Turfgrass Producers of Texas. “Through Your Texas Lawn, you’ll learn how to select the right grass for your part of Texas, how to install it, fertilize it, mow it, and take care of it. Because lawns are about more than just grass. That’s why we say: Your Texas Lawn, Feels Like Home.”
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The purpose of YourTexasLawn.com is to help Texans avoid searching the internet endlessly through turfgrass maintenance information that does not apply to the climate, soil or environment of Texas. YourTexasLawn.com pulls together lawn care and grass selection information developed by Texas turf experts for Texas homeowners.
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About Turfgrass Producers of Texas
Turfgrass Producers of Texas is a professional association of the best turfgrass sod farms and related businesses engaged in producing and marketing high-quality sod for the citizens of the State of Texas. We are committed to helping Texans find the ideal turfgrass for their needs — from lawn turfgrass to sports turf to home putting greens. We also support university research programs to develop improved Texas turfgrass varieties of turfgrass by making these grasses more drought-tolerant, easier to maintain, and more resistant to disease and pests. Visit TexasGrass.com or call 979-533-9750.