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GARZA Irrigation TX LIC IRRIGATOR (Li0005963) TX LIC BACKFLOW TESTER (BP0000644) TX LIC CUSTOMER SERVICE INSPECTOR (EXP) TX A&M CERTIFIED LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION AUDITOR "Irrigation in Texas is regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ formerly TNRCC)

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Mexico struggles with US water debt, suggests UN audit
09/04/2020
Mexico struggles with US water debt, suggests UN audit

Mexico struggles with US water debt, suggests UN audit

MEXICO CITY (AP) — As Mexico struggles to pay a water debt to the United States, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Thursday he might personally appeal to President Donald Trump for …

09/03/2020
Michigan to pay $600 million to Flint water crisis victims
09/03/2020
Michigan to pay $600 million to Flint water crisis victims

Michigan to pay $600 million to Flint water crisis victims

The U.S. state of Michigan said on Thursday that it had reached a preliminary settlement to pay $600 million to victims of the Flint water crisis, potentially closing a chapter on one of the country's worst public health crises in recent memory.

Collin County Master Gardeners
09/02/2020

Collin County Master Gardeners

The Praying Mantis (Mantis religiosa) is named for its prominent front legs, which are bent and held together at an angle that suggests the position of prayer.

Ear - the mantis hears with an ear that’s hidden on its chest. And what it hears is beyond our range.

Eyes - the mantis has two large eyes. Mantis eyes are on the same plane and forward facing on its face, like humans. This is unique in the insect world. Even more unique is the way a mantis uses eye placement to its advantage on a head that swivels 180 degrees.

Hunting - Zeroing in on movement makes a mantis an efficient eater and a deadly lover. Mantises will consume anything they can catch, mostly insects but they have been know to catch small birds. In rare occasions the female praying mantis has been know to consume a male or two

#ccmgatx #collincounty #nature #insect #prayingmantis #funfact

Jain 108 Academy
08/31/2020

Jain 108 Academy

PLANT INTELLIGENCE
This is a process called “Guttation”.
The plant is expelling water due to positive root pressure.
Plants have an intelligence,
as similar to Humans who sweat to cool the body down.
Jain 108
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Texas Nursery &  Landscape Association
08/30/2020

Texas Nursery & Landscape Association

Applications to the TNLA Foundation Scholarships are open! The importance of educating students to assume leadership and ownership positions in agriculture/horticulture over the coming decades is critical. This is why the TNLA Foundation finds it important to support the future on the Green Industry.

Apply Today! https://tnla.awardsplatform.com

Avantgardens
08/30/2020

Avantgardens

It's that simple...

Fertilizing Plants With Urine
08/29/2020
Fertilizing Plants With Urine

Fertilizing Plants With Urine

“This tree looks like it could use a shot of nitrogen!” Photo: www.amazon.ca Comment: I think you should write about using urine in the garden as fertilizer. I’ve been doing it for several years no…

Austin Water
08/28/2020

Austin Water

Austin City Council approved Austin Water's work on an Aquifer Storage and Recovery pilot project, a key strategy to prepare for the effects of climate change and future severe droughts. Read all about it here: https://bit.ly/2YG0KiQ

08/24/2020
Edwards Aquifer Authority (EAA)

Edwards Aquifer Authority (EAA)

Splash into these rainy day facts. Take a minute to recharge as you learn about the Edwards Aquifer!

https://www.austinmonitor.com/stories/2020/08/austin-water-aims-to-bring-new-conservation-ordinances-before-council-in-d...
08/18/2020
Austin Water aims to bring new conservation ordinances before Council in December - Austin Monitor

https://www.austinmonitor.com/stories/2020/08/austin-water-aims-to-bring-new-conservation-ordinances-before-council-in-december/

Timelines across the city have been adjusted or paused following the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the ongoing limitations imposed by the “new normal” have not stopped Austin Water from developing new conservation ordinances to bring before City Council…

Jain 108 Academy
08/18/2020

Jain 108 Academy

“My religion is nature. That's what arouses those feelings of wonder and mysticism and gratitude in me.”
~ Oliver Sacks

Explore The Golden Ratio & Patterns In Nature with Jain 108:
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📸: @lensa.kecil21

How Long Do Tree Roots Grow?
08/14/2020
How Long Do Tree Roots Grow?

How Long Do Tree Roots Grow?

This is how tree roots were once thought to grow. Ill.: Peter, researchgate.net That certainly sounds like an easy question, doesn’t it? Unfortunately, there is no easy answer!  Back when I wa…

Jain 108 Academy
08/13/2020

Jain 108 Academy

"In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous."
~ Aristotle

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Image: Garden hands by Karen Blix

Return To Now
08/09/2020

Return To Now

I-Team: State investigating water quality in Delray Beach. Some residents won't drink it
08/09/2020
I-Team: State investigating water quality in Delray Beach. Some residents won't drink it

I-Team: State investigating water quality in Delray Beach. Some residents won't drink it

“I’m a bottled water person,” Tennille Decoste, a Delray Beach resident tells CBS12 News. Decoste says she brushes her teeth with bottled water because she is concerned about the what might be in the city water. “Health is one thing you do not play with,” Decoste told C...

Jain 108 Academy
08/07/2020

Jain 108 Academy

As above,
So below ..

Front Row!Good morning everyone, this is a good read.https://www.thetelegraph.com/news/article/Wildfires-can-poison-drin...
08/04/2020
Wildfires can poison drinking water – here's how communities can be better prepared

Front Row!
Good morning everyone, this is a good read.

https://www.thetelegraph.com/news/article/Wildfires-can-poison-drinking-water-here-s-15454063.php

(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) Andrew J. Whelton, Purdue University and Caitlin R. Proctor, Purdue University (THE CONVERSATION) In recent years wildfires have entered urban areas, causing breathtaking destruction. Th...

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GARZA Irrigation - started in 2000.

I am Antonio A. Garza. I started designing irrigation systems for the do it yourself-er craze in mid-1985 working sales at Yardbirds Plumbing & Electric Supply in Dallas.

Promotions and company growth required many of us to acquire licensure (Li3809) with the Texas Board of Irrigators. Later re-licensed (Li5963) under (TNRCC) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, now (TCEQ) Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. A change of trade for a brief time over to motor controls for OMI Cranes & Monorails (Ord Mfg. Inc) in Dallas wiring overhead bridge running cranes lasted the remainder of my residence in Dallas.

I moved to San Antonio in early 1990s. Unable to find a sit-down job like motor controls, I re-licensed for Irrigation. Li5963 is my current Irrigation license. I am also a Tx Lic. Backflow Prevention Tester (BP-644). I also acquired a Customer Service Inspector License to better assist the wide variety of customers I service. I no longer do Customer Service Inspection due to personal reasons, this concern was passed on to the industry and the commission.

San Antonio has become home. My natural love for nature and the water issues we are faced with gave me the opportunity to exercise my profession and give something back to the environment, to our children’s future…

Please e-mail me any questions of concern, we are here for you.

_Tony

IRRIGATION DESIGN, REPAIR & INSTALLATION, BACKFLOW DEVICE TESTING, LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION AUDITING & MANAGEMENT

COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS

"Irrigation in Texas is regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ formerly TNRCC) P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087."

All irrigators in the state of Texas must be licensed by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

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