Seminar available to help you maintain landscape during extreme conditions.
Georgetown, Texas, April 14, 2012 — Last summer’s drought conditions in the area were one of the most damaging to landscapes in recent history. According to Mark Countryman – a Georgetown horticulture expert “No plant will be totally resistant, but properly utilizing drip irrigation, ‘water-wise’ plants and mulch can give you an attractive, low-maintenance landscape even through extreme weather conditions”. The other factor we will be dealing with now and in the future is water rationing – according to Paul Lindholm “using the right soil conditioner is one way to help manage your valuable water resources”.
Flying L Distributors, a local Shaklee Independent Distributor, will be hosting a seminar on Wednesday April 18th at 2:00PM and again at 7:00PM on “Overcoming Drought Landscape Damage.” The location will be at Independent Bank in Georgetown, Texas 1503 Rivery Blvd. There is no cost for the event and it will last less than an hour but will be packed with information that you can put to use right away with your yard, garden or other spring landscape project. Mark Countryman will be presenting valuable information that will help you not only survive but thrive in all conditions. Mark has a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M and a Masters degree from Texas Tech combined with over 30 years experience in the landscape industry – including projects in the Middle East where heat is abundant and water scarce.
Nature has put everything in your soil that is necessary to grow abundant healthy plants. The most economic way to manage your soil is to add an igniter to the soil and thus begin inner action never before possible. This is where Basic H, a Shaklee product, comes in. Basic H is not a plant food as such, but helps get action in the soil that builds soil health. Basic H can improve water infiltration, or penetration, up to 300%. Paul Lindholm, a local rancher and Independent Shaklee Distributor who uses Basic H on his ranch will also present how Basic H makes “water wetter than wet.” Holding water at the root level longer will help your plants in drought or extreme conditions.
Mary & Paul Lindholm
Flying L Distributors
Independent Shaklee Distributor