19 Burst results for "Amsoil"
Lawn Renovation Do's and Don'ts.
"You know this is you mentioned his midsummer were getting into August and between now and the the middle of August when you like to start lawn renovations. Means Mark and and most of it is getting ready showed. So to speak up until August fifteenth now that's not a magic day, but it's it's a period of time where I like to get the seed purchase. The fertilizer purchased I like to you. If I need to use it, I like to get the roundup ready to kill off the weeds and so on and it depends on this year in my limited travels. Because of the virus and so on I have not seen longs in great suffering condition. Now, they're getting a little brown from here to there but then depending on where you are in varying spots, it does rain get things going again and so on. So in any event to get things around then if I'm watching the calendar, which is just a generality, the August fifteenth period where it's still haunting drive is when I like. To get started on lawn renovation. Now, this when I say renovation, it's where you may be lost lawn and in my case, it's a smaller area. Thank Heavens but it's north of my house. It's it's a spot where somehow some annual bluegrass that started it is always luscious spring to the point of getting well over into the the perennial beds in one place. Then all of a sudden come roughly all this one, it just dies. Flat to the ground, it's done. It's done. It's thing for the year and that leaves me a bare spot or spots spot is not now it's not so big. But at the same time, I, go in with a shot around up. Well, I have in the past this year I don't think I'll need to I'll knock out any weeds that are being substantially nasty and then around the I I'm sorry around the fifteenth. I will scratch that up with a steel Tien Rake and be v. lets you say because of its size and area I will be ready to cede that at any point thereafter I get it scratched up and so on. I usually don't have much breed rakoff I kinda great it out after I've kinds of the ground, half an inch or more and more is better there's no question about it but a half an inch will give me a seedbed. So I get to see down a little fertilizer on top of I have in this case, I use compost that made. It just literally dusted over the top mainly just to keep those seeds moist during the heat of the day of and we'll go on with that thought where now if you have to really renovated lawn, it's a good time to win anytime now and thereafter after good rain or watering, you get the junk weeds grass and so on all growing then you hit them with around up then he weighed maybe ten days or thereabouts to see that everything has been in fact killed if so fine. If not give it another shot of round up then I think it's a ten day week period before you can see then at that point, you have some options and I caused guy great caused a nation and a significant aren't argument. One time we took in the slice Cedar. loaded. The top rack, each of the seed. Each of the little times on the bleed. have their about an inch and a half apart the seed drops in behind those the fertilizer, etc and up comes the grass. Well, the grass was coming up in rows and he's Hey, call me just more than a little bit anger. I didn't want a striped on I wanNA hold on I said, well, we've used bluegrass which will spread it is going to do so take a picture now just for fun sake Fun He's at I'm looking at it is a different situation. Anyhow, he did take the picture and years. Later we talked about his stripy lawn being quite lush and beautiful I happen to use the slice cedar on its own, just sometimes for cultivation sake under circumstances but it's a wonderful tool forgetting seed into little troughs or slits in the grass Amsoil seed should not be very deep into that most seeds well, generally speaking mark on seeds it you put it in the ground twice the deficit it is in diameter. Now with bluegrass seed that means you lay it on top. With with the perennial well with the Turf Type Pretty Well Ryan you put down another sixteenth of an inch but in any event you've made these little flips the. You put the grass seed down and at that point, then you start watering and the seed in terms of setting the depth of these knife blades. So to speak, I would not go any deeper than a quarter of an inch into the ground. You don't want to bury the darn seeds you want them where they can stay moist, they can be rooting into soil. By contacts but you don't want them down buried in in in do much shade from the We'd like up and so on. So you're going to be putting down seed you will come up and rose and give it then Well you have to allow on the BLUEGRASS itself. It's going to take twenty one days for it to germinate in in terms of generality, and I'll SOM-, maybe in fourteen days some maybe as late as thirty days but but twenty one days, it takes to get the bluegrass going in the meantime that they've type tall fescue will be up giving us some color cover and it Cetera, and we're back into a
Space technology thats helping small States survive climate change
"This is an academy with you and US fifty years since the first moonwalk space technology has made a huge difference to life on earth just think about all the services and that is what has been backing so far we have been seeing how the industry has progressed and there are no moving more and more away from providing individual in the field and for them to take photos that are designed to work over low bandwidth and also provide photos to us immediately to our service the peace and security human rights et Cetera sign any has you know this week is worse based week and today has we talk more and more we are teaming up with the Commonwealth Secretariat so to the in London as well as several UK entities in order to provide capacity the competitions maybe a personal question I would like to know how you had this idea to develop this about climate change dangerous are you optimistic that space technology is going to help us bits absolutely I think we'll see more the type of technology I was using to look at the medicine ice cap if that could be used porch metairie and purposes so time there was no one else really doing that very much about being able to use practical application of technology and putting Tulleson the answer of users at the national level is fundamental in order to move forward both development agenda we are committed to leading the one behind an example and tomatoes fifty would be a commonsense project this project we are countries that are directly faced with the climate change right now as they need to take very hard decisions on me people for example because well let's see images providing information on example of that when we are looking to improve parliamentary sealions in the UN or some you have we are guided by this the years and seeing how the typical you know can be used with different types of applications from quasi unitarian falsely relevant to all the main so the pressure to work with the UNHCR for the first three years in the United Nations and I learned a lot from that we really saw how this could benefit we went satellite experts are aiming to give small island states threatened by natural disasters in climate change the best chance of survival in an interview with you and you this is Kena each back to celebrate World Space Week Dr Hainer Bureau go explains how technology out there in orbit can be applied for development more space technologies having direct practical impacts over or light of already of course it is having a huge impact of course telecommunications tonight's whether it's too late Indiana -tarian ends we have developed a mobile application to give tools in the amsoil initially early founders and actually it's as though so are I see so part of our daily light but increasingly the types of it majority that we are using will little by little see and make their way in with them with the government's overtime so any project would you deploy people to the countries we learn from the government and we are together designing the solutions
"amsoil" Discussed on THEMOVE
"Most of the time. George any picks on himself. Amsoil? I'd go with the Valverde. Okay. And last, but not least liaised. Look another another very similar race to raise less corners, less technical less twisty turny, but but but very very difficult. The one thing that I found the most interesting about Leia's best only here for the last probably decade. They've had the same finish same run in the same finish the same finish line the tart, really hard. And even if you're a sprinter, and you may not a sprinter, but you're a straw, a stronger fast guy, and you made it to the bottom. You didn't make it to the top. So they've now changed the finish. So the finish is now in the city of Liege. The last hard climb is fifteen twenty kilometers from the finish. Kind of a bummer. I wish I wish I like these races to be hard as nasty as possible. But I think that completely changes the dynamic of of this race. George lose your experience with Lee only did Lee as one time, and how was that first years appropriate or not I was. I remember mid two thousands. But it was very difficult. Christian Vandevelde to use riding tomorrow morning was was in the in the rates with me where you know, you weren't there like two thousand four or something you might have been there. But it was tough twentieth place. I've finishing the the second group, but very very difficult climbs super steep, very technical. And like I said I mean after a strong classic season the northern classics you get there. You're kinda like not at one hundred percent, which makes it even harder. But great race one of the hardest on the calendar to win. I mean, very, very difficult and historical. I mean, it it it just from a personal perspective thinking back to my my racing days. If I didn't feel good Milan-San Remo or two or Flanders or or those races, whatever it's March. That's okay. If I wasn't starting to feel good bye. Bye bye go race early as we had a problem. And so that was to me call it a checkpoint that was a place like all right? Check in. Where are you don't have to win? But you have to feel like you're getting there. Whether it's through just how you feel in the biker or even just. We've in your way through the peleton. That's when it starts. That's when the ship was starting to get real, right then. And so that's. I used to have to get in. You're not many weeks away from the tour, and and for the guys that are going to will cover the we have a little twist that we're going to have this year for the tour of Italy, which will take I tell you guys and gals about later, but the guys that are focusing on on the Jiro Amsoil only as if you're not firing on also unders there, then you're not it's not going to happen. This may be. Real rookie question. But I'm kind of known for that. If somebody has to get like a team or some individuals or like gotta get this classic win. And they didn't plan on doing liaise. And then they're like crap. This is my last time can team get added that late in the game or a rider. I mean, if they weren't planning on it does that something that can be shifted win. Is that decided the teams James? are? Like well. Well, well in advance teams have to all the proteins have to do all the all proto races. So there there there's no making up another opportunity if you didn't plan on doing that. Okay. All right. Let me throw out some writer names, and you guys just sort of you're looking through that. I just want to give shout out to Flora's barbecue for bringing out some barbecue today. Dame Flora's here. Thank you. Thank you. So much. Yeah. Just as we're going into this new season..
"amsoil" Discussed on The Interchange
"Looking at perhaps different unsidering services for their cni basic cetera and i'm being able to do that what i have this this form of intelligence to quit their sales team amsoil you know the the opportunities and before before your customer contacts you right so that's an area that the there's a lot of focus on right now which i think is pretty exciting ham are we allowed to talk about blockchain i think it's acceptable he did i just want to say we put a moratorium on blockade on this podcast sometime ago are you telling me is lift is evening so so power ledgers partner do you guys remember what what's the name of power legit partner here cleanenergy blocks energy block taint chain network is has deployed a pilot program in california just announced program they haven't right okay okay what you do i was gonna say from amen well we did say that we would talk about it if a utility announced a major pilot or an investment and so you're on the but i'd say that you've been given the green light okay good well the reason i bring it up is i actually think we're this is all going is this idea of combination solutions where we're going to see some sort of distributed ledger technology am a machine learning type solutions and this idea of embedded intelligence edged devices i think we're gonna see the technology stack mature on incorporate a bunch of these different technologies right now i think it's unfair to have a conversation about blockchain on its own or a on its own or the the intelligence within a device behind the meter i think where the real value will come when all these technologies that when we have combination solutions with these complex technology stocks batter provide ding more value and we're not just focused on transactions per second or we're not focused on training data i think it's going to be a combination of all of these technologies that will emerge and it won't happen in energy i you manage to get blockchain ai and machine learning edge intelligence into a sense which is if you would've added drawn botox i think you have silicon valley never but we were talking and i think pretty like down to earth language then as soon as we mentioned blockchain i don't know something switch your first majella mentioned blockchain it's kicked off well actually you did mention distributed computing which is actually quite compelling so you've got an immense amount of computing power out in smart meters and other devices on the edge that can take the place of the back end it infrastructure that utilities have traditionally used this seems to me to be a pretty groundbreaking development technologically you've just got an enormous amount of computers out in the field now that are way better than anything that utilities have had before so like that how is that changing the way utilities gather and process data let's go question i still think they're figuring out you know when am y programs were initially rolled out and let's say in two thousand eight has nine utilities didn't use half the functionality of their mdm their meter data management system so they would suppress ninety nine percent of the alarms and that wasn't even taking into account the fact that these meters have a whole bunch of other functionality as you alluded to stephen and i think you tell you got better with their meter data management processes they're better with hunting alarms and they're better aggregating their day they're still work to do and but the potential of edge processing is huge on we're still looking at use cases in the industry and but you take total reliance set of centralized it you have a whole bunch more computing power and on if you think of 'em potential not applications and utilities might be able to roll it out a whole new set of products and services around demand response and so on using processing which is quake citing but it still read early right well i think we determined that machine learning artificial intelligence distributed computing distributed intelligence the distributed ledger however you wanted to find it is in fact a real thing i think we can drink to that cheers cares if you want more cheers in your day go to wonder capital the easiest way to invest in.
"amsoil" Discussed on Before the Millions
"I did little things like i couldn't afford to go to university so i just started building up by strategic secretarial courses in keeping courses through respondents which nowadays you can do that all on the internet but back then it was in correspondence i'd get books in the mail in i would work on him that's my homework in amsoil started building up that way eventually got myself an office administration job which was which was good i liked it had a great boss who believed in me am treated me well but you know what aboard there too i think i've always been to entrepreneur my my dad was use our producer didn't like nobody liked having a boss i didn't like being told when i had to show up and what i had to do so i started looking around and ended up becoming a financial adviser i started studying to become a financial advisor while i still worked in my office job i got a really big break there and my boss actually said up a group clan for people to put their investment dollars through me while he was still working in the office so i ended up with what a hundred clients it was a mandatory plan they had to put three percent because the company we worked for them have a pension fund so is kind of a way they were finding a lot of good employees to paroling construction company that was run by the government because they had a pension plans so this was his wing setting up a pension fund so that was way first big break when it became a financial advisor but yeah so that that was we start with a hundred hundred clients all at once mandatory into my plan so it was pretty cool i think i ended up like making two thousand a month extra this file so reeser other these are your coworkers better your clients.
"amsoil" Discussed on The Fundamentalists
"It's a risk at created words of civility and owning and i think that's the kind of 'em civic emara imagination we need serving the work of peace corps we were able often to say that you imagine your anyway today what is it about your imagination thin that you can find in yourself you can find in your co religions of your co voters whenever try it is that you belong to find a way with him which people can begin to deconstruct the kind of belonging that they considered to be important and the kind of aggressive identity work did you choice of people to make it seem like they're anti your belong hour that it's mostly to restore tells the story of this story of those just story about the first time that you met somebody from this to define ways to take these concrete experiences undefined we imagine them into the price of the future older of my interest in of analysis this hoarding gas yourself or your family or someone that's why the hell to gas here between what you can against over to the other amsoil example i read by recently was a family as song was murdered the finally were distraught over in the world bring people murder their songs justice on one of their friends said sedan listen you know your song was on the angel he was actually part of the guy a criminal guy on this drug is she part of the reason why he was killed.
"amsoil" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Pages yeah it's because they're refreshing the entire product family the most interesting part to me of the refresh though is some really obscure more technical part that'll appeal to developers so microsoft at underneath their whole dynamics platform has something called the common data service and what they're going to do is open up the common data service so that it works with power bi and analytics and also with apps so that you can take the entities that you store empower amsoil in cds and actually use them across the product family and integrate them more directly with officers sixty five i'm not even going to try to explain it further than that i think you should look at the release notes and watched the webcast to get more as always watched the webcasts watch the webcasts words to the wise and your windows documentation is no longer where you left it yeah so this is a really important pick and price pick to for anybody who's an it pro microsoft has been moving all their documentation over two docs microsoft docs and right now they're in the midst of taking away all the windows seven eight server twenty twelve two thousand eight two thousand three documentation off of technet so that even if you use a search engine you're not gonna be able to find the stuff but luckily there is a url that you can go to thanks ned pile who is providing this docs dot microsoft dot com slash e n hyphen us previous versions slash windows and i'll tweet that one out and it'll be in the show notes but if you use this url you'll be able to find all that prior documentation that they're taking.
"amsoil" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"So uh have a side that azzam everything's good to go my over john is back to full power fish this shows that you had to cancel you're going to go back and make them operate able to reschedule all yeah are they were just some other were i'd we just got the dates together and i'll be i'll posts in amsoil yeah we're never going to go back raanan makeup all of these for short black label society the new albums called grimaced hits its out right now and zak is joining us for a few minutes here on on a tuesday on on trunk nation hey i had a chance to see you do saxecoburg not too long ago which i thought was unbelievable i've gotten to see you guys do it a couple of times how you slot in that in i mean and did you i mean you starting that banned in doing that the timing obviously perfect with sabbath themselves of winding down was that always in your mind to do that when that day came on arm in the whole thing is a man but it all sort of roma's me and blasco new father bicycle dohrn um the metal allstars and whenever we got together to do it the if we had a different drummer all the time you know basically of your plan hard rock music you know if you're a classical music if you're a classical musician part of your education is going to be bok beethoven mozart you'll you'll have learned something by by all three of those guys so the other big thing is like the breeding ground we you know that the middle common ground for everybody's us idea no any no sabbath zeppelin are deep per barsala desolate decide widows ask any the drummers i did ask him if he knows any sabbath so beal again is at a play fairies where boots we can do snowblindess will do war pigs so as a side article everybody knows it so this way you a buddy when we get because they'll be no rehearsal scope pretty much was as like when we get there we'll just were on him were plan so but he already knows the homework and everybody knows the song so woods by when we get there but uh so don't.
"amsoil" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
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"amsoil" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Under stand out tweets work but tweets are a form of getting the word out and getting you know eyes and ears no to connects you remove the amsoil were doing a lot of these twitter verse i think you call up not you but the universe calls at i'm doing i'm i'm starting to do a bunch of interviews um with guys like you talking about the movie whenever and wherever i chance we already have a lot of awareness and i think that's just going to start to grow which is which is already i don't i don't mind trying to create a groundswell to this thing i wanted people excited to see it and i am excited for people to see the end of the day i mean i think every filmmaker says on very proud of the movie by actual yeah uh just a sort of you know aggressor second uh kawhi and i were taking a look at it i've seen not not wander or lucien months ago but we have mood are we looked at it from start the fetish for a while and we sat down one day and we watched it uh we were trying to cigarettes you stepped tweak that we had we watched from start to finish we kind of turn one another we go she you know this is a bad because as a filmmaker you never know you know i mean if you're a raging ego maniac can you believe that everything you touches gold okay will but i'm not that guy but you know kind i worked really hard on this thing and you know we were like i said was in the middle of it you know you feel like you're in the middle of the ocean you don't know which way to paddle some days and trust me or water those days what.
"amsoil" Discussed on African Tech Round-up
"And the other thing i'm thinking about rightly i mean when we went on you'll have i been pointed was like it was drop oaks than it was the other one was tumbler drop oxen tumbler those are not small brand while they were at the time i signed up sure but it's not like some dodgy company that's in the black horta some we were you not going to be able to find them so my question is not can of retrospectively do you actually have a legal claim against those organizations will being for having pointed data and i wonder whether that's the case because what's the object to having a site where you can actually see that and if you do does that applying all jurisdictions including us here in in africa which i think is an interesting notion because what you do that information was just good to know so i'm really excited about the imminent enforcement off the protection of personal information act so i mean to answer your question amsoil africa i'd argue a relative to most of the rest of the continent is attempting to get up to speed with you know more developed regimes in in places like the european union and america and yeah for that reason i'm quite excited about these laws coming on line because it does speak to how well protected you are a women fact you are not just compromise but you know you are disadvantaged monetarily you otherwise from preaches them and related issues right now i think broadly speaking african citizens are arguably more vulnerable than many places in the world and dr policymakers listening to us ride now look into it mmhmm absolutely once again stark reminder bitter reminder nonetheless yeah as not encouraging in fact that this is a likely a government database that was breached in which case.
"amsoil" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"That was a poor choice bobbing nair amsoil defended that you chose that analogy but then what happened what happened next in the story immediately apologized detroit where is that in the story that lord that's being shared on social media initially it's nowhere in the story the blurred this being shared on social media is that's it he said x what did he say after ex he said oh i see how that was offensive cape hours ari are you argued going to say people do this all the time i'm going to hang out here and talk to some of these guys after this is something i say something the me probably not well i say something in them probably and hopefully to sit there and go he won a me he mean to offend me before they start getting really upset with me can't we take as human beings that moment ago okay let us i apologize after realizing it tank what are you talking about you though here this is perfect how many people have a conclusion about you because your positions on first take that have gone no matter what you say they already have you in this box than any little thing that doesn't seem like you're totally on the other side like all right i'm making mr confusing how many times you think people get to conclusions with you that they've already determined regards what you said i don't know because the question you really asking me is how representative is social media of the world right okay all right so them a pass on that one social media would lead you to believe that many many people but if you said on first take we can't have the inmates running the prison it was issue it are you would get destroyed in everybody would jump on you and i would sit there ago you know what.
"amsoil" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"One upon your phone plus this spotify now the apple music i naturally as a tech oh choose another one level genuine program amsoil yours is apple music yet monies netflix all uh or hvo i love end or i love xfinity uh what about tinder to none are now i'm definitely not untendered dan are you went in there i think you're of course lawyer has it wherever you go to your plan i recommend to touch his or her one comtex in new what's up my my mom that makes perfect taunsa perfect on i'm one account to follow in your instagram feet we honor i was i was a true and ago or this business artists are distorted that i love and she's so beautiful or cardi be honestly i love cardi she's a funny one person you follow on twitter giarra shahidi tom i love history and pictures i think that's really and awesome and then finally one catch you come without i can't live without my fine for real does the kitchenaid count said yeah has it does a kits have counted healthcare i love baking eleven kitchenaid i would have all of them ever created if occurred love a over i i it's now shuffle delete repeat so this is a tough one a k because it's basically you i give you three songs and you have to choose which when you would put on shuffle which when you would delete am which one you would repeat are a global so we're going to kickoff with fifth harmony bang is this is going to an ira guide is going to be very high a first up a worth it.
"amsoil" Discussed on /Film Daily
"On edgar right fan in general i really love his mastery of visual comedy invidual action and he definitely is at his peak in baby driver with that it's just it's so fond watching it also driven by as it were knows like the sound track and how it's organically um brought into the film through uh baby's uh sort of a disability and um yeah it's some of the like all the characters are just so interesting and fun especially john him was a huge fanned out um i didn't expect him to be quite so terrifying and i think he really he released sold that role and a i'm actually kind of on the fence will an insult amsoil elgort i'm not sure whether i like him or not but he was really chiming in this um lower level in those those looked at which he was haunted will achieve a quite a few critics criticized baby driver for the protrero of female characters um sihleli james definitely gets the shorts and of the stack um i think this is actually a problem that reoccurs in a lot of edgar right films he tends to really use his uh and of white male protagonist outsider characters as the focus and shy and doesn't really give much else to any of the female supporting characters or really any he doesn't really have much diversity is in his movie as well but if baby driver shows a little bit more diversity but um i've noticed that he doesn't tend to write much for female characters um i think like the best written female character he had was a rosen and pikes character in world end.
"amsoil" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"The proof isn't just academic amsoil tests in the field and on the track in extreme conditions and using the most demanding highperformance engines available out amsoil dot com slash smoking tire for more information that's amsoil dot com slash smoking tire amsoil devoted to protection and we're all excited because forza motor sport seven was just an ounce forza motor sport and horizon three are the official racing simulators this moment our podcast but right now it's all about four a motor sport seven enjoy gorgeous graphics at sixty frames per second and true four k resolution in h d r color collect over seven hundred four the vista cars including the largest assortment of ferrari's porsches and lamborghinis ever master over thirty famous environments with race conditions that change every time you race and coming out of e3 we are feeling great about eighteen videogame awards one eighteen awards that's more than like titanic in citizen kane casablanca this thing is smoking the awards shows none of those one video game or a lot of big other racing game shut up to three this year but forza one eight teen awards and we played the gdp to r s which is an all new car that isn't even a real car yet it's not porsche won't even acknowledged the existence of this car and yet here it is on the cover of four to seven we tried the new semi truck racing which has an acronym that i've already forgotten the green while told us about.
"amsoil" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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"amsoil" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
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"amsoil" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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"amsoil" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast
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