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  • Dallas Center | Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas
    Plants for North Texas Controlling Nutsedge in your Lawn Urban Water Program E News Winter 2015 Cycle and Soak Irrigation Protecting Foundations Under Dry Conditions Drought Proofing your Landscape Keep Your Lawn Alive During Drought Irrigation Check up Browse news archive Upcoming Courses Shade Gardening Richardson Residents and Surrounding Communities Apr 12 2016 Lawncare City of DeSoto Residents and Surrounding Communities Apr 14 2016 Drought Tolerant Turf City of Euless Residents Only Apr 20 2016 EARTHDAY TEXAS 2016 Saving from a Rainy Day Making a Rain Barrel Afternoon Apr 23 2016 Browse all courses Who We Are The Texas A M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas is a gateway to science researchers and Extension educators across the U S The Center serves all of urban Texas and the Dallas Arlington Fort Worth metropolitan area in particular Subscribe to our newsletter Contact us 17360 Coit Road Dallas Texas 75252 Phone 972 231 5362 Fax 972 952 9216 Texas A M AgriLife Office of the Vice Chancellor Services Agriculture Life Sciences Complex AgriLife Center Employee Directory AgriLife Agencies Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Texas A M AgriLife Research Texas A M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences College

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  • About | Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas
    engineering natural resource management urban wildlife management and park and recreation sciences The Center has a long history of producing science based information and technologies Finished products include soil improvement and management technologies including composting and producing and managing unique landscape plants Center scientists have produced more than 23 commercialized turfgrass varieties used in multiple sports stadia golf courses recreational public parks and industrial and residential landscapes multiple turfgrasses and plants ornamentals natives crepe myrtles annuals perennials and EarthKind tolerant to pests and extreme environments such as soils and water with very high salt contents and drought tolerance Rapid growth of the nation s urban areas is producing greater need for research and education programs on urban issues The Center is uniquely positioned to provide urban Texas and America with new and improved ideas and products for convenience quality of life and stewardship of natural resources We address Best Management Practices BMPs developing and transferring information for BMPs for insects and diseases soils stream restoration rainwater capture stormwater management bioretention methodologies biofiltration to improve contaminated water etc Water Conservation capturing and utilizing rainwater using alternative sources of water such as saline aquifers mitigation of stormwater and urban runoff design and use of drainage and irrigation systems and facilities etc Disturbed Land Reclamation converting landfill sites to areas of public uses e g parks and recreational areas restoring eroded stream banks preventing sedimentation of lakes waste disposal and recycling etc Soils Improvement creating and using compost improving soils for moisture management improving soils in areas of new construction etc Plant Improvement creating producing and managing turf and ornamentals with resistance or tolerance to insects diseases and harsh or specialized environments e g heavy use athletic fields non potable water or salty waters disturbed soils or habitats hot dry environments recreation and

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  • Faculty and Staff | Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas
    Texas A M AgriLife Research Qyu ag tamu edu 972 952 9225 Program Coordinators Clint Wolfe Program Manager Urban Water Texas A M AgriLife Research c wolfe tamu edu 972 952 9635 Thomas Timbol Project Manager Texas A M AgriLife Research tom timbol tamu edu 972 952 9224 Extension Program Specialists Janet Hurley Extension Program Specialist School IPM Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service ja hurley tamu edu 972 952 9213 Dotty Woodson Extension Program Specialist Water Resources Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service d woodson tamu edu 972 952 9688 Research and Extension Support Jody Cason Watershed Coordinator Urban Water Texas A M AgriLife Research jody cason tamu edu 817 408 2535 Daniel Cunningham Program Coordinator Urban Water Texas A M AgriLife Research daniel cunningham ag tamu edu 972 952 9223 Patrick Dickinson Program Coordinator Urban Water Texas A M AgriLife Research patrick dickinson tamu edu 972 952 9673 Dennis Genovesi Assistant Research Scientist Turfgrass Breeding and Tissue Culture Texas A M AgriLife Research d genovesi tamu edu 972 952 9640 Lindsey Jewell 4 H Program Assistant Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service lindsey jewell ag tamu edu 975 952 9283 Meghyn Meeks Research Associate Texas A M AgriLife Research meghyn meeks tamu edu 972 231 5362 Roel Rabara Postdoctoral Research Associate Texas A M AgriLife Research roel rabara tamu edu 972 231 5362 Rebekah Ruzicka Extension Associate Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service rebekah ruzicka ag tamu edu 972 952 9215 Karen Sanders Program Assistant Urban Water Texas A M AgriLife Research karen sanders tamu edu 972 952 9671 Anupma Sharma Postdoctoral Research Associate Texas A M AgriLife Research anupma sharma tamu edu 972 231 5362 Ratnesh Singh Post Doctorial Research Associate Texas A M AgriLife Research ratnesh singh ag tamu edu 972 952 9232 Annie Tinsley BLT

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  • Resources and Outcomes | Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas
    Publications Contact us 17360 Coit Road Dallas Texas 75252 Phone 972 231 5362 Fax 972 952 9216 Texas A M AgriLife Office of the Vice Chancellor Services Agriculture Life Sciences Complex AgriLife Center Employee Directory AgriLife Agencies Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Texas A M AgriLife Research Texas A M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine cooperative with AgriLife Extension Research Texas A M

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  • Research Programs | Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas
    Mapping QTLs for Large Patch Disease and Zoysia Mite Resistance Evaluation of 40 Wild Rose Species for Horticultural Traits Alkalinity Tolerance and Aphid Susceptibility Evaluation of Best Management Practices BMPs for Reducing Non Point Source Nutrient and Sediment Loading into the Cedar Creek Reservoir Evaluation of Turfgrass Species and Varieties for Drought Tolerance Using a Renovated Linear Gradient Irrigation System I4 A Breeder Driven Molecular Program Contact us 17360 Coit

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  • Extension Programs | Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas
    Pecans Making Schools Safer with IPM Managing Red Imported Fire Ants and other Landscape Pests in Urban Areas Managing Red Imported Fire Ants in Crops and Orchards Master Gardener Entomology Training Pest Management Education for Consumers Pesticide Applicator Training Plants 4 H and Youth Development District IV 4 H Contact us 17360 Coit Road Dallas Texas 75252 Phone 972 231 5362 Fax 972 952 9216 Texas A M AgriLife Office

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  • Hot Topics | Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas
    Training Plants Water Contact us 17360 Coit Road Dallas Texas 75252 Phone 972 231 5362 Fax 972 952 9216 Texas A M AgriLife Office of the Vice Chancellor Services Agriculture Life Sciences Complex AgriLife Center Employee Directory AgriLife Agencies Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Texas A M AgriLife Research Texas A M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine cooperative with AgriLife Extension Research Texas

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  • Grasses | Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas
    excellent cold hardiness and its rapid recuperative ability Palisades is suitable for use as a warm season turfgrass for golf course fairways roughs shaded tee boxes throughout transition zones home lawns sports field industrial parks and highway medians Reveille Bluegrass Hybrid Reveille is an F1 hybrid between Texas bluegrass Poa arachnifera Kentucky bluegrass and Poa pratensis It is a multi use cool season grass that adapts well to golf courses home lawns commercial and industrial parks This low water use lawn becomes important in times of drought Crowne Zoysiagrass Crowne Zoyiagrass is an aggressive dark green course textured lawn grass It is best suited for use as a warm season turfgrass for golf course roughs home lawns industrial parks and highway right of ways throughout the central mid western states Crowne is noted for its tolerance to drought cold weather and its rapid recuperative ability Diamond Zoysiagrass Diamond Zoyiagrass is an aggressive dark emerald green dine textured lawn grass It is best suited for use as a warm season turfgrass for putting greens and tee boxes on golf courses Diamond is able to tolerate close frequent mowings full sun and moderate to heavy shade Royal Zoysiagrass Information coming soon Raleigh

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