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Landscape Tips for Water Conservation
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
10:00 am to Noon
Valrie Massey, Horticulture Program Assistant, will focus on Florida-Friendly Landscape (TM) tips such as right plant vs. right place, watering efficiently, and mulch benefits. We will have a brief discussion on your in-ground sprinkler system and the benefits of installing smart irrigation devices.
If you have a problem plant, bring a sample branch including leaf and flower to class.
This class satisfies the landscape educational requirement for the Manatee County Outdoor Water Conservation Rebate Program.
Contact: Joann (941) 722-4524 for further class information.
For information and eligibility on the Manatee County Outdoor Rebate Program, please call:
Manatee County Utility Department - Water Conservation; Ingrida (941) 792-8811, ext 5327
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