Cutting Back Tree Limbs that Hang Over a Boundary Line
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Cutting Back Tree Limbs that Hang Over a Boundary Line

Can Neighboring Tree Limbs be Cut Back That Hang Over a Boundary Line? Texas A & M Agrilife Extension Assume that a tree grows on a neighbor’s property, but the limbs and branches hang over the boundary on to someone else’s property. What rights do both parties have in this situation? In Texas, the location…

Is Tifton 85 in your Pasture?
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Is Tifton 85 in your Pasture?

Tifton 85, a Hardy Hybrid for Central Texas Tifton 85 is a Georgia -bred, drought resistant, prolific type of grass. This fast growing hybrid grass is sometimes the only thing that is still green in the pastures during the summer droughts in Central Texas. Tifton 85 was developed by Dr. Glenn Burton of Tifton, Georgia,…

Tips for getting your Ranch or Land ready to Sell
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Tips for getting your Ranch or Land ready to Sell

How to get your Land or Ranch Ready to Sell Are you considering selling your land or ranch? First, contact Longhorn Realty, second you may want to consider some of the tips below to get your ranch or land ready to sell. If you also have a home you may want to read “Getting your…

Starting your Spring Central TX Vegetable Garden
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Starting your Spring Central TX Vegetable Garden

Starting a Central Texas Spring Vegetable Garden Central Texas vegetable gardens can be challenging, as well as rewarding. The Central Texas area has mild winters and hot, humid summers. Planting vegetables at the proper time is important. There’s a small window of time in spring between the blazing heat of summer and freezing temps of…

The Most Hated Tree in Central Texas?
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The Most Hated Tree in Central Texas?

Pros & Cons About Cedar Trees If you guessed mesquite tree, it’s not the most hated tree, but maybe close second. The Ashe Juniper, aka “cedar tree”, is probably the most hated tree in Central Texas. Anything in Texas that involves fire, water issues and allergies can’t be good, right? From an allergy standpoint most…