Spring has sprung and before we know it, everyone will be out mowing their grass. What? You don’t have grass? Well, the folks at the Texas A&M Extension Service for Grayson County can help you out.

Spring has sprung and before we know it, everyone will be out mowing their grass. What? You don’t have grass? Well, the folks at the Texas A&M Extension Service for Grayson County can help you out.


They will be holding a summer grass establishment clinic from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. on April 3 on the second floor of the Grayson County Courthouse in Sherman.


Attendees will learn about planting warm season pasture grasses. Presentations will be on planting Bermudagrass by seed and sprig, planting annual "fast grasses,"planting native grasses, and planting WW-B Dahl.


Come learn the pros and cons to all the forages. Also learn the expected cost of establishment and what it will take to manage and upkeep it. Let experts answer your questions on which grass is the best fit for your property and long term goals.


Program is offered by a partnership of Texas A&M AgriLife, NRCS, GLCI, and Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation. The program costs $15 at the door. 2 CEUS. RSVP 903-813-4202.