Tired of having an ugly lawn? Sick of high water bills, weeds, and brown spots? A series of upcoming classes at Sedgwick County Extension will help homeowners struggling with their lawns learn strategies to grow great grass, get rid of problems, and understand best watering practices. The entire series costs $5. Participants may attend as many or as few of the classes as desired. Register online at http://lawnwaterclassks.eventbrite.com or call 316-660-0100. Registration deadline is March 29. All classes will be held in the Sedgwick County Extension Center Sunflower Room from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
April 2--Basic Lawn Care--Learn the basics of lawn care and how to have a green lawn with minimum inputs.
April 9--Lawn Problems--This class will troubleshoot common Kansas lawn problems: weeds, insects, diseases, and other problems.
April 16--Efficient Lawn Watering--This class will cover knowing how much water your lawn needs, when to water, and how to water during heat and drought.
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