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LVI.06.09.18

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Low Volume Irrigation (HMNS)

A garden that conserves precious water resources is a rewarding investment. Keeping water on our property is good for our gardens, as well as the health of the city's water supply. Through micro or low volume irrigation, we can eliminate water runoff into the street and water more deeply for healthier root systems. This class will teach design, installation and maintenance of drip and micro-spray systems. There are no refunds on classes.

Venue   Indoor
Credits  
StartDate   06/09/2018
StartTime   9:30 am
EndDate   06/09/2018
EndTime   11:30 am
Instructors   Angela Chandler
InstructorsBio   Angela Chandler is a life-long hobby gardener who holds Specialist Certifications in Plant Propagation, Entomology, Rainwater Harvesting, and Greenhouse Management. Angela tends a one-acre micro-homestead in Highlands, Texas.
Location   The Houston Museum of Natural Science, Moran Conference Hall
Address   5555 Hermann Park Dr., Houston, TX 77030
Directions   Free parking is available at the new Centennial Gardens (Lot C) on Hermann Drive with entrances at Crawford and Jackson Streets, at the Sam Houston Monument (Lot A) and along Hermann Drive. Click https://bit.ly/2zIVXSF


Price $30.00

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