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"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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05:30 min | 2 months ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Back to the second hour of the Austin Gardner and we've got a color online in a couple of text to get to, But if you'd like to join the show, 51283605 90 Or toll free wine is 8775 90 55 25. And I've just been researching some nitrogen fixing plants and, of course, anything in the Logan family. But is gonna work for you, Um He's of all kinds. That sort of thing will work. Clover bitch. Um, you know, Lou ponds, soybeans, pigeon peas, peanuts, Probably black eyed peas. All that kind of stuff. Um, but the clovers would be a good thing that you could plant there too, And this will help get rid of the phosphorus. In or at least make the other nutrients available. More nitrogen will Okay, Justin. Interesting topic. In my opinion, Let's go to North Austin. Dave, What's up? Hi. How are you? Good. Good. Good. What's going on? I have quite the unique question. Um, my son's name is Oliver. He was born six years ago. And when he was born, we planted an olive tree. At our farm, and it's been doing fantastic. We haven't We haven't really treated it much with anything. It it seems to grow just spot on. Perfect. I mean, we don't put Topsoil in or anything like that, And it's I mean, it's growing really nice, really strong, sometimes every now and then we'll get in the occasional yellow leaf, which you know from my understanding. That's just from over hydration, but it's been doing great and I'm not really looking to fix what's not broken. But my question is, it's been very robust for about six years now and I was wondering two things A When I can expect the yield from that tree and be, um what people that have all of trees. What do they do? They normally do with the olives once. Once there, you know, right out of the tech. Well, there's there's different ones there. Some that can be brined and eaten. And there's others that are used for oil, which is mostly what the olives that are grown in Texas. They're good for and there's some really good information if you've probably heard me. Referred to the Eggar life website. Uh, yeah. So I was actually just noodling around on there this morning, and there was a whole article on all of growing. And Oh, yes. Oh, if if I were, you know you Might consider getting on there and seeing what? What they have to say about it. I have moved past that. I'm gonna see if I get back to it while we're On the line here, but Let's see here. Farming and ranching for profit crops and soil. Maybe it was under crops and soil. Look at that. Vineyards, Organic farms, beehives, you name it. It's all on here. But I don't. I'm not getting the Immediate all of thing. I have to keep looking at what? Wait. I don't want to take up too much of your time. I mean, I can I can find it on the website. But do you do you know about Like how long it would take fresh TOC. A yield in Curtis Do not. Let's see. I did find the article. Albert. Do you know what kind do you have? Don't I could describe it, But I don't know what What kind it is. Well, the Aber Kina A B R Burkina is the most widely planted here. Um And it does not say in this article. How long it takes to produce fruit, which is such a good question. I don't know, but I would think Probably it's getting to that age, You know? I mean, if it's just like other fruits I would think that probably six. You've said six years, right? Six years. Yeah, I would think. That that would be you'd be getting there pretty soon here. Go. Look on this website. Look it up. I don't have time to really go through it all. But I think you're you're going to find a lot of good info on there in any way. If somebody listening so much for your call, Show her your father's listening. Know the answer. They'll call in. All right. Fantastic. Thank you so much. Yes, sir. Bye bye. Yeah, That's ah, There's a whole also should have mentioned. There's all of Texas Olive Growers Association. I've had people call in from there before and You know, give us good advice on that. So the question is, How long the does he always have to go for? You know, produces Olive's okay. 51283605 90 collar text that number and we have the toll free line at 877. 5 90 55 25. Now Here's another text that just came in a while ago. Um, let's see. Okay, This guy's could barely hear me. So he's a previous.

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"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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06:50 min | 3 months ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The second hour of the Austin Gardner showed we have lines up in a 51283605 90 also text that number. Oh, and we have the course Toll free line 8775 90 55 25. Um, so addressing a text or two that I have here of my crate, Murder Myrtle's window. I cut them back. If you must cut them, I would cut them in February. Uh, typically, we recommend the end of winter for a lot of pruning. Now. The thing about crepe myrtles is there's just, you know so much improper pruning of those plants that goes on. You never want to cut back into the thick wood. Have a crepe myrtle, because then from that springs, a multitude of little sprang glee branches just looks horrible. The rule of time is, you know, cut pencil sized Tips off if you need to needing it up, and of course, any crossing branches that air, wounding each other or dead. Would you cut those out? But in general cutting back a crape myrtle hardest is that's what we call Craig. Murder s O. You want to avoid that? Because ultimately it just ruins the form of a pretty crepe myrtle. On Ben. The other question was red Tip protein. Ius cut them back. Not if you don't have to. They are the healthiest when they are allowed to be a small tree. On, not cut back when you see him in commercial developments where they try to keep a what is supposed to be a small tree of faux taenia. Red tip. Um They try to keep him as a head too short hedge, and after a while, that really also damages them. And the worst thing is they are very prone to black spot in the spring. If they are proud when they have black spot, and they always get it. They always get it. Then it spreads it and this is where a lot of the really ill informed, mow, blow and go crummy landscape Cos With no proper training. They will come in and cut the the 14 ius when they're covered with black spot, which they throw off eventually. But if you cut them, then you spread it. So don't do that. And honestly, the prettiest ones in town are the ones that are allowed to be a small tree. On. You know, this just gets back to the thinking about put the right sized plant in the spot where it can get its full size and it can You know, be successful and not, you know, constantly having to cut Cut cut because most of the time that doesn't work for plants, Okay? 51283605 90. Should I plan a small come quote now or wait until spring. I probably wait. I mean, we're getting to the time when You know, little video. Things are vulnerable, and it's you know, it's not a native plant again if you could well protect it. Is that it might work. But if you if you can't if you just kind of keep it in the, uh, you know, keep it. In the garage or something. Even just keep it from freezing. I probably wait and put it out in spring. Oh, here's a picture of The book. From doubt today loose the resilient central Texas. Garden. Oh, thank you so much. Whoever sent that I really appreciate it from doubt. Drought today loose the resilient Central Texas Garden. That is going to be a really good gift for people for Christmas. Honestly, that is fantastic. Okay. 51283605 90. Somebody sent me a beautiful Image. Trying to I d the kind of daisies I have. This is now and in summer. Are they black foot oxide. Other They are oxide daisies. You have a beautiful stand of oxide Day. See? And those air those air pretty. In fact, they're the ones The native ones that they did the cultivar Shasta Daisy off of And the chest is not as resilient as the oxide, Daisy but oxides air really pretty. And they're good for butterflies and stuff, too. So that is what you have. Diane. Merry Christmas to you, too. Um What is this? Uh, okay. Download the video. Somebody sent me a video to see if that works. Oh, goodness. Uh, The thought for a long time has been to take coming bird feeders down for the winter and encourage them to go south for the winter Mind left about a month ago. What do your thoughts on leaving them up during the winter to support the honey V said she could see in this video. They are enjoying the last bit of juice and actually have been for a couple of weeks. Thanks Robert, near Waco. Wow. This is amazing. So they have this nearly empty hummingbird feeder, and it's just covered with honey bees. Crawling all over it. Yeah. You know, I don't I don't know why you wouldn't in a way. I think you know animals are gonna do what they do. Of the bees are not as out as much in my yard in the winter, but If you've got something for him to eat, I mean, we don't really have much blooming in the winter for for bees. S o. I don't. I don't know that That's necessarily a bad thing. Anything we can do. Does anybody have any thoughts on the subject? Leaving their hummingbird feeders up for the bees. Yeah. Good. Good. Good idea, Really, I think I never thought of it before. Absolutely never thought of that. Okay. It's time for our first break here on the second hour of the Austin Gardner. We will take this break and we'll be back with.

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"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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06:24 min | 6 months ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"0 B. J. Good morning, everybody. It is beautiful outside Life's always beautiful left to get an entering in August so happy Very, very happy. Although Assad it's a real damage up by Lake Travis to the marinas and such. We did not get that violence that where I live, but to my friends, one in Lago and one in like way. Both had real scary storms. So anyway, I'm Cheryl McLaughlin. This is the Austin Gardner and here for the next hour to talk to you about your landscape. I'm a designer builder. Of landscapes and we specialize in using native Texas plants, and my company is called Kevin would landscapes. So check us out. Go to the website, which is Kevin would landscapes. Dot com. And you can contact us fear that page and you can also, you know, look at some pretty pictures. Look at some of the projects that we've done so Okay. 51283605 90. Let's go to Georgetown. Hey, Andy. Thanks for calling. Hey. So I doctor could do it two weeks ago about my loan turning yellow and you told me that once a week water on and I did it, but my lonely Billy alone But I have another go send. The next house is same list meant home and that guy doesn't live in. And he has so much reading in the bag yet that might be affecting my loan nutrients. It doesn't matter. No, I don't think it would affect the nutrients it might affect you get in weeds and your lawn from his house, so somebody ought to get over there and mow and You know, Make sure those seeds don't Germany, but as far as it's still being yellow, did you have a professional company? Lay the sod for you? No. Did you do it yourself? Okay. And what did you do to the soil before you put it down? Did you modify the soil? I live in the studio and it was like from the builders was probably Because it was green. But when I moved in, I had some heat because of the nextdoor house. What you think I did? I put that with by myself. And after then just turning yellow. I don't know why you didn't put any chemicals on it. No, man. I just pulled it by myself. Okay? Well, it sounds like the grass is either too wet or too dry. But I would go find that landscape company from the builder. Put that in and have them come over there and talk to you about it because they may have. Ah, you know, some idea of what to put on it. It's just not a good time to be put in fertilizer and stuff on the yard when it's this hot, but it may it may be lacking nitrogen. I mean, you could try. Doing a time release organic fertilizer and you might want to just try it one little spot in water it in really well. Something that has a high nitrogen. But is it organic time release because their lot less likely to burn the grass and see if it responds to that. If it does, then you go ahead and do it. But do it carefully in water it in really well and don't do it when it's 100. Okay. All right, and let me know. Okay. Good luck, Andy. Thank you. Yes, sir. Okay, let's go toe dripping. They sell the house going. Hey, Cheryl, I'm good. How are you? Good, Good, good. I sent you some pictures of my Texas ash about half an hour ago. I don't know if you've been able to look at them. Um, hold on a second, okay? Oh, Looks to me like you've got a lot of brown edges and stuff Is that yes. You know, it reminds me of a thing that's affecting Red Oaks, which is almost like a little blister issue. But this has more More. Damaged in an irregular way than the Like my red okayed it last year. So are the new leaves affected or just isn't putting on any new growth because it is putting on new growth and it seems really happy I had it planted in November, 2018. 30 gallon and it's grown. It's put on at least 3 ft since I planted it. And it seems otherwise to be healthy. It's just that this issue on the leaves. Mostly on the older leaves, but it seems to be more prevalent. My guess is it's gonna be fine. Okay. Now, if it starts affecting new leaves that then we need to get an arborist to look at it because it could be some other kind of. Ah, you know, problem that I'm unable to diagnose. Typically, they're super hardy, Texas Ash trees, air native and, you know, they have their great Yeah, they are great, and they grow really fast. And, yeah, you know, things were going to hit the leaves Everyone's well. This has been an extraordinary year for that sort of thing. Oh, what a mild winter may have been a contributor to that, so just watch it, But I feel like just take good care of it. Make sure it's deep water just like you would any very young tree and then you know, Call me back if it persists are called An arborist to come look at it, but I think it's going to throw it off. Okay. All right. Good to know. Thank you. Yes, ma'am. Thanks for calling. Kill BJ. Another dripping. Oh, wait. I got to do the break. All right, Melissa and Rick, I'll be right back right after this. Individual results. Very exclusions apply. Imagine feeling the freedom of.

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"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:57 min | 10 months ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It is out there you may have noticed that Jeff show was a repeat Jeff is under the weather this weekend and so that's why you you know you heard it repeated shelves so I'm sure he'll be back soon he is a tough tough cookie so I'm sure I'm a gloss on this is the Austin Gardner in a landscape designer and builder and my company is called Kevin would landscapes so you will get us on the web if you wanna contact us about a job or just look at some pretty pictures of stuff we've done Kevin what's landscapes dot com yep we already got callers on the line so let's head to Fredericksburg for our first call Hey mark thanks for calling hi Cheryl Hey yeah well we have a big property we planted a lot of native plants and in the three that are that are better really aggressive you with ideas that the bank of crabapple the flaming CEMAC and Albers so apple it well we had actually had to treat director can yours all one just died it's about ten feet high and we don't know why it died the other one to doing fine except now it's now it's got babies coming up in thirty five feet away you're kidding they're they're all around in all directions and now they're coming up in beds everywhere and and I don't know the Blanco could level yeah it's reduced the turn that sounds more like what a recipe black color would do but I'll be honest with you I've only ever had one plank of crabapple because they're so rare so I'm not real familiar with their growth habits however if they are coming up everywhere and then you just need to you know cut cut them you can cut near the mother plant or you can cut them off you know it wherever they're bothering you but yeah I know it's not gonna hurt the mother plant to cut those off well yeah I mean I'm I'm basically just chop them it's just one of those things you know we have to do regularly I don't I thought about you know if I broke the connection to the mother plant there died but but that's not easy to do either you know it's in all directions it it's easy to get red on the grassy areas but words coming up and they have been under plants is a little bit more of a challenge yeah so you know the only thing I guess I would say is that if you you know you can't really put like round up on our surroundings unless you've already severed the connection with the mother plant okay because obviously these runners will form their own root systems and what have you eventually right right so that if you did that mean if you're around other plain cheese you gotta be really careful but I mean I guess there's the the possibility of of maybe wrapping you know putting on gloves wrapping your hand and cloth and then stroking the plant with roundup on there as long as it doesn't touch any other plants and you've already severed it from the mother right and I I get the point well if we do it at some point we took out the mother of the do you think the shoots what eleven I guess that might be M. I mean if they've already done their own route system going you know they mine but boy I'd hate to you know before you just take that Serra out Aug offer it to a botanical garden or something like that because you know they are so rare Blanco crabapple so very where they're very slow growing typically style but I I didn't realize well so obviously there think it forming plant as a writer elbow bush right and then see mac of course you know is notorious for sending out right runner so did you have another question about the what the crab apple is a favorite of all our birds we have thousands of birds and out of it I think it's going to sell sell sell dance and whatever the claim that sim active coming up like fifty feet from the original plant now it's it's anyway that's the same thing it's like there's no way to really get it under control big problem right now with the elbow bush apparently they're just they're just thank you the executable July fifteen years old some are like fifteen feet across and we decided we just have to try to stop them well I cut I cut off everything but now it's just you know of course it's a solid mass of roots in that whole fifteen feet I don't know what to do to get rid we need to probably till a month and try to refer to bring that to the surface or dig them out but you know ventrally they'll they'll probably be Kay and then you know plant something else there you go you might want to put a Berrier you know trance concrete curb something like that just you know like we always had to do with Bermuda to keep them from but they're not rare and neither is the flame C. Max so I would say if you feel like you just need to take those two out but the Blanco crab apples another subject do you think if I see some of the themes of the album Busher like ants and a half now yeah and so there I'm sure they're deep popped out about just cutting off at the ground level and piling up a foot thick wooden box on top of the hill ten AM and just and just you know try to keep her around because there's no way I can do did you know a forty to fifteen feet now okay mark I got a I got a lot of colors holding right now so I I don't know if I can go any further with ideas but if you good luck thanks bye bye okay who's next let me try to start with our mondo head of how you doing great thank you for your call Sir got a lot of god's beautiful back yard got to raise our body armor said there may zero degrees up or.

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10:15 min | 1 year ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I'll be back on tomorrow at ten AM for my regular show the Austin Gardner and the waves it's a beautiful spring or haven't and since you can only pretty much be outdoors it's a really really nice time to enjoy it and get out in the fresh air and I was just **** up my of my back deck yesterday and I had two beautiful purple iris blooming out there no I've had those iris for I don't know how many years I mean god fifteen years maybe and they're not in a great spot in most years they don't bloom but yesterday when I walked out there there were two big beautiful purple blooms analysis like Lou this is a great a great little you know pick me up to see those pretty blooms of but we did talk about what else is going on right now and what you can be adding to your yard so if you all have any questions about that kind of stuff you can call five one two eight three six zero five ninety or you know we have the toll free line eight seven seven five nineteen fifty five twenty five let's see what else can I say all I saw a bridal brief now that is such a cool old Shoreham old fashioned shrub it is just a in the spring it is just the most beautiful thing covered with white flowers it every body's grandmother had one you know that it was one of the reliable beautiful white bloomers that was just a sure sign of spring and I saw one of those blooming just this morning actually and I was driving to work over here we've also I've noticed that my yellow bells which I just hadn't gotten around to cutting back yet but I looked at it carefully yesterday and I see that it's kind of coming back all the way up and down the stands someone may not need to cut it back or maybe not all the stem so I'm just going to give it a few weeks and see what it does let the weather heat up a little bit and see see what comes back on it because it may come back all the way out of my Anissa Kansas which looked dead as a door nail is coming back all the way to the tips that's the other one that we call the got a million different names Texas firecracker the H. Texas hummingbird bush and it's got little orange tubular flowers and hummingbirds really do love it so that one's coming back just real pretty of course the bluebonnets are still blooming they're looking awesome and you know that's a nice thing to do if you're just tired of being stuck in the house go drive out towards the hill country in view the beautiful bluebonnets to show that we're having this year the red bulls are still gelling mount morals are pretty much almost done now of the plume Sir come on just you know full to blast of stage of their plans but the the other thing that's really pretty right now this blooming is the cross fine also known as big noni that's another evergreen vine that makes a spectacular spring show big beautiful coral ugh tubular blooms for there's nothing like it it's just a gorgeous plant so big noni a fragrant jasmine is blooming right now a friend of mine has a big stand of it in the most delicious white fragrant blooms on there it's one of those ones I think it's an Asian is not the star jasmine she's got that too and that's just fixing the blame but this this other kind of jazz MINUSCA real funny kind of leaf rolled it of cut cut leaf of very aggressive fine boy it's it's a real real successful grower but it's got the most beautiful little white flowers on it and it's off the scent is heavenly so that's another fun thing you can do is add some scented things two year garden okay five one two eight three six zero five ninety or toll free eight seven seven five ninety fifty five twenty five I was just looking at the I always look at Taejon drawn goals website the natural gardener website I was looking at that this morning and I noticed that on there very first page to see if I get back to it they are closed I think as of yesterday now they plan to re open on March twenty third but they're just trying to be you know uber safe but they are going to take prepaid pre ordered curbside orders and deliveries only they've closed the the you know the store in the nursery will not be open to the public but they're gonna take orders over the phone they need about twenty four hours notice but you know you can get their bag products and they were trying to implement an online ordering system right now so all their staff has been fully trained on safety measures they'll be wearing face masks and gloves too you know when they deliver your plants to you and they're in but you know there's a limited amount of pick up slots per day so you know they're asking customers to be timely and try to inform us ASAP if they can't pick up their order so you know everybody's just trying to cope and figure out how to do this as best they can but I'll tell ya gardening right now everybody stuck at home it if you can get some plants in and work in the yard or improve your garden that is something that is so rewarding and of course is going to be a real good selection right now that there's a lot of vegetables going in right now too so that's another thing if people can pick up their you know their vegetable orders and that sort of thing of that would be beneficial let's see what else it's going on this month in March so you might want to consider going ahead and getting now it's late March so you can do a lot of stuff we couldn't do it earlier in the month but there's a lot of vegetables you can put in by transplants and you can even so cities like late March is a great time to put in black eyed peas these are scenes now charred corn cucumber Malabar spinach mustard greens pumpkin New Zealand spinach summer squash those can go and buy seeds you could also start your Basil seeds now that it's late March and tonic annuals can go in by seeing even things cool stuff like morning glories and sunflowers and marigolds but you can also get transplants of your vegetables which I think I mean growing scenes is so fun but buying the transplants you know it's really god god give me a little bit of an edge up on getting stuff going and again they'll have transplants of Swiss chard and corn cucumber eggplant the Malabar spinach again mustard greens peppers pumpkins summer squash and tomatillos and don't forget you need at least two tomatillos again I'm going you can also get you know some cool bulbs going this year it's a teeny bit early but palladium's can go in we typically I use is a plan I'm on around mother's day but I think we've moved back from that we complain a little earlier but they do like warm soil can as daylilies giant elephant ears all those are cool but hopefully you can put in I love daylilies and you know that's another good old fashioned plant there are some very very nice little dwarf daylilies to that our Darling Stella Deorro is one of them and I'll like to mix the style of your of with the divorce and the Panthers that's a fantastic combination the blue of the at the Panthers and the gold of the stellar Deorro dwarf daylily it's it's just beautiful and we forget about echo Panthers they're gorgeous we've ever seen him down along the river walk in San Antonio that's a really fantastic plant I love Agapius us but you know I like lilies period they're some they're easy to grow my big old giant tropical giant lilies coming up like gang busters right now is out there looking at that I've got the flag slowly we also call it die and now that's coming up in the reason I love those is for the texture the spiky texture you know those leaves go straight up in their blades like leaves and they're just so great mixed with other shapes of leaves like ferns and or if you guys were bird plant with the big old ground leaves that's the way I've got mine arranged I've got leopard plant and then behind it I've got Dianella in my big tropical giant lily so it's a it's a fun combination I think I'm gonna put in some of foxtail ferns in that grouping could settle add yet another layer of texture in their cell all right well it's just about time for the news but if.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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03:17 min | 1 year ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Austin Gardner eight seventeen Todd Jeffries and don prior yeah a Republican member of the house foreign affairs committee blasting house speaker Nancy Pelosi's tweet about needless provocation from the administration after Iran fired a ballistic missile several of them Iraqi bases last night nobody was hurt here is congressman Adam causing a Republican basically at NASA's accuse the president for these missiles coming down on the American soldiers is something I think they're going to regret I think they're going to regret they're basically opposition to the strike they're gonna regret all the stuff yeah basically Nancy Pelosi tweet out something to the effect of now the rockets raining down on our men and women in uniform yeah because of Donald trump's actions you know at the time when Americans are having missiles raining down on them we should actually rally around the flag there's plenty of time for politics we have a whole year to the election yeah you got that right you know what I don't think it they're blinded by their hatred for Donald Trump they are and I think if it was all out war which is not going to happen I think you would absolutely thrill the left if that happens Rotuman Daniel she's the Republican National Committee chair she speaking right now on fox network we're gonna join some of that in progress the president is expected to speak at ten o'clock Austin time on this Iranian strike let's go to a fox news live I'll run to make Daniel RNC chair let's tune it in life did you know that an American life was taken we know that our embassy was attacked what with the president what should the president have done absolutely he needed to act and then you go by in a showing he would not have acted in that situation this is one of the big issues in the campaign we can base there's just one last question on this he went after speaker Pelosi in a significant way yesterday yeah why because she said that the president's response was disproportionate I would like to hear her say that to the men and women who have been hurt by IEDs who have been maimed who've lost lambs the family members who have lost loved ones because of the actions of Salah money he took an American life over American lives over and over again and for her to say that the president's response was disproportionate shameful you know last night as those bombs are coming over she said I'm going to monitor the situation she did it from a high price a restaurant in Washington DC at a social hour this is not somebody who's taking our foreign policy seriously and she should be supporting the president and more than that she should be supporting the men and women in this country who wanted to see this terrorist in remittances speaker Pelosi nobody knew those missiles were to fall last evening so it let's see let's look before that she got a call from the vice president and then she went to the party afterwards run a den of thank you for your dangle running Daniel on fox just a few minutes ago there jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety eight the city of San Marcus continues to discuss all full ban on electric scooters within city limits yeah council members are like joke Marquez said there are too many unanswered questions about how exactly they would enforce this new ordinance I understand that we need more time will transportation.

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Tastes good. And with zero sugar and four calories. There's nothing holding you back fits your pocket fits your backpack. Fits your on the go life. Whether you're going to work going on vacation for just going out with friends five hour energy energy on the go. For more information. Visit five hour energy dot com. Experience. Welcome to the Austin Gardner with Cheryl McLaughlin on NewsRadio KLBJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM. All right. Let's get a check the weather with Mr. Bill Baker. He bill. Well, hey, there Cheryl rather jury forecasts over the next couple of days still been rather cold and chilly and damp out there, even had a little bit of snow in sleet in the area on Friday. We're too warm for that. I think going forward forties right now into the low fifties later today with off and on rain and drizzle pretty much the same thing tonight. And then tomorrow, even warmer still upper sixty s showers and a heavy thunderstorms in the afternoon a cold front moves through. We finally get rid of the clouds and injury for Tuesday, the sunshines back out, we're in the sixties. And I think the son's with us for a couple of days after that as well. But it's been rather dreary and miserable over the past couple of days. Hey, we learned a new word around here. What does that grou- Pell grapple apple is that how you say it? Yeah. It's sort of a mix of snow and sleet. Yeah. Kind of something in.

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Likes to know more as to why does what you wear matter at all in your training. I think the fatigues and the required salutes in his view create a mindset that they're training people to be in the military rather than police officers who can talk down a situation. Okay. Well in the military you want them to be passed? So that they can handle any situation that comes to it. I'm sorry. My expectation as part of the community is that the police will be able to handle any situation that I need them to handle the goal of the guardian officer is to avoid causing unnecessary indignity. Indignity in the part of the people. They're interacting with officers who treat people humanely who show them respect to explain their actions can improve the perceptions of officers or their department, even when they're arresting someone days tend to eleven AM and two to three pm on NewsRadio KLBJ. Jeff warden, Ed Clements. Afternoons three to seven Java. Here they come the Austin route saw a bit. Stand for Jeff. Join hands fans the four routes symbolize north south east and west grab a route as they penetrate the defense the gallery like it's a piece of soil. In middle America here come arose. Ward and Ed Clements. Three to seven on NewsRadio KLBJ. Welcome to the Austin Gardner with Cheryl McLaughlin on NewsRadio KLBJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM. All right. We got a few minutes left in the show five one two eight three six zero five ninety four again. The.

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02:36 min | 2 years ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome to the Austin Gardner with Cheryl McLaughlin on NewsRadio KLBJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM. All right. We are back. Wimberly for color online. But if y'all want to join the show five one two eight three six zero five ninety or toll free eight seven seven five nine hundred fifty five twenty five. Okay. Let's go talk to miss Paula. Hey, paula. Thanks, cheryl. How you doing? Well, fine. I had a question a follow up for John. But it got to the end of the hour. So I thought well, Cheryl know, the answer. He was talking about. And I've used corn gluten meal before I've got those little more grasses to have. I caught like a windmill on top. And we've just had them. I think the spring for the first time we are on the golf course area would creek. And we get a lot of right off of whatever gets up there. And we didn't get him taken care of this year. So I wanted to know if by putting corn gluten down for those is that gonna kill horse her that has started growing in my walking path, which we like, no, okay? No. It doesn't affect Perennials which were Serbia's. It will keep the any seed that the horse. Herb has laid down probably from germinating. But that's really not important it spreads mostly through runners. Right. It does. And I love that stuff. I think that should be what we use our turf grass. It's great stuff. I mean, it does go dormant but sodas turf grass so yeah. And you trample on it. And it just it's hardy as heck. And so we've just decided to let it take over are walking past. We don't care screen at grows. So yeah, it's pretty little yellow flower. Her serves a really good. Plant. So then does the other followup. This affect the corn in effect while Wildflower. Yes. Okay. Then I'll just no not to cross the tense a very good question. Because. I forget to mention that. Sometimes, but any seed is is prevented from fully germinating with corn. Gluten. So you can't really put it where you've specifically planted seeds. Okay. Good to know once they're up and have a couple of sets a lease. Then you can do it. Right. Okay. Yeah. That makes sense. And I I was planning on doing the wildflowers off in another area. Anyway. But just in case I decided I better ask about that too. Yep. Question. All right. Thanks for all your health. Yes, ma'am..

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02:36 min | 2 years ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I am Cheryl McLaughlin. You're listening to the Austin Gardner. I'm a landscape designer and builder. And my company is called Kevin would landscapes. And I guess we're off for a few days now, but you look at our website. It's Kevin with landscapes dot com. We really do a lot of native plants lotta sustainable plantings and methods that we use organic methods really good soil. We wanted to be around for a long time. And we also do a lot of construction. So we're capable of doing very large projects in your home. You know, so give us a look in case, you got something you're interested in getting done. And would appreciate that. But today as usual, we are here to answer questions or take tips, we love those about your home landscape. Again, the numbers are five one two eight three six zero five ninety or toll free eight seven seven five nine hundred fifty five twenty five and I know it's the day before Christmas Eve, so maybe done a lot going on out there. Most people aren't too hurried about what's going on in the yard. But if you are we can talk about that. But my gosh Shaw. When I left out of the house this morning. I I noticed you know, the air was just hazy. And when I got down to the end of my street at three sixty and looked at the cliff across the way, it looked like the forest fire was going on the great Christmas, cedar Paulin event is happening. And I know it's not, you know, it's been happening a little bit. But today, oh my gosh. It is just something to behold, really. It reminds me of the first year we moved into our house that would have been what ninety three or four. I thought I thought that was a fire in the canyon. I'd never seen anything like that before. And it's like that again this year. It's just a beyond. Bizarre. Really how much it's just coming off in waves all up and down three sixty s I was driving up to work. I was just watching these waves of pollen coming off the trees. So if you are sensitive to honest-to-goodness side, we're a face mask today. I really would because it is just so bad. God. Kevin you suffer with it. So much bless his heart..

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Capper metro launching new bus routes and frequency of bus stops hoping to reverse a decline in the percentage of ridership. Basically, they added a bunch of new bus stops. They eliminated ones that we're not very productive. And they've added some new shades at several of these new bus stops. And if you're a writer in you're hoping that the bus is on time because you don't want to be sitting there in the heat. They've got the new shade. Instead of making sure the buses are on time. They had some awnings to protect you from. Todd and Don show board and egged Clements. Afternoons three to seven rabies urine KLBJ, Mike, welcome aboard. How are you feeling that the Saudi remember, Mike? This is scary. They found the bad the women whoever they are August second last Thursday. Tomorrow tomorrow night week. Yeah. Oh my gosh. Guy. Let's do this radio broadcast right now. Yeah. Go see a doctor immediately go to the emergency room right now. The health department says multiple women were seen picking up. The fat all old ladies. The battle tested positive. You're supposed to call the Austin disease surveillance program aboard the tomorrow's day Seto screw with. Picked up the bat defeated water and put it back in a tree. Turkey. Ward and Ed Clements. Three is seven on NewsRadio KLBJ. Welcome to the Austin Gardner with Cheryl McLaughlin on NewsRadio KLBJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM. We are back and.

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04:33 min | 2 years ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome to the Austin Gardner was Cheryl McLaughlin on NewsRadio KLBJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM. Arrive we are back. Blissfully short break, really. Okay. Five one two eight three six zero five ninety or toll free eight seven seven five nine hundred fifty five twenty five. Let's head out. The great hills. Talk to Diana, Diana. Thanks for calling. Hey, cheryl. How are you doing good gorgeous out there? It really is. So I would really like to grow some failures in my backyard, and I've got a spy and both sides. But I don't know. I mean, my family's from and I just remember growing up with my grandmother having all these beautiful values in her yard. And so I would really like to do that. But how do I do that? Or is it even possible? Well, I mean, it's a struggle. They're very wonderful acid loving plant, and they do like a little shade around here. So I don't think that would be my choice for a full sun in shallow rocky soil now there there are successful plantings and Tian. I've got one that I've had for probably fifteen years in a container that just blames like crazy every year, but people that haven't been the ground typically, they have really modified the soil or even better done a raised bed to keep them up off, the, you know, the Rops, and then that you can put a really good landscape soil in there with well draining soil. And then, you know, ideally, you use Zeljko food type stuff and water occasionally with well, if you could save rainwater that would be ideal because the problem is our water also got high ph so right? Every once in a while you could water in with vinegar, right? Put a little vinegar and a container and water that in mother used to do that for gardenias. We had them in the yard. We were sitting on the up of a rock shelf. And I asked her one time years later, how do we have those gardenias, and she said I'd take a bottle of white men out there and just poured around the base of them and then water and in. So you could do that same thing with zillions, but I do really feel strongly about the some shade for them. So. Think about that. Okay. Do you have any other recommendations of like a plant? That's a big showy pretty flowering plant that could go in a full sunspot. Oh my goodness. Yeah. Do you have to worry about dear? Nope. Backyard backyard. Well, of course, you could do the dwarf it. Either dwarf crepe myrtles are stunning. And the there's like three Alice. I heard John talked about that earlier. That's one of my fun one since yellow. T H R Y A L L I S L. Now. That's that's an evergreen. But she could also, of course, the big showy Esperon or what we call yellow bells. They're all over town. They are not evergreen. But they're gorgeous. Okay. There's another big beautiful of blamer called Durant. D U R A N T A. Okay. Okay. And it gets big big beautiful flowers. And of course, we got a lot of cool roses. We got all of the antique roses are the ones they call earth. And they don't need anything special at all and many of them still have fragrance not the knockouts. They do not not the knockouts don't have fragrance, but they're very hardy plants, but I prefer some of the ones that have fragrance like old blush. Olinda dream. Gosh, dawn lawn, which is a a wonderful old roses must fragrant red rose you'll ever find. How would I go about getting these are these Danida order online or no, no, they're they're sold in the local nurseries around here. So let's say you live in great hills. You'll find him at red barn up there on you'll find the natural Gardner. Of course, Jon.

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09:04 min | 2 years ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"We are back and you're listening to the. Austin Gardner I'm Cheryl McLaughlin and we have Mary holding. From game we're going to go. There next but here are the numbers in. Case y'all wanna call in five one two eight three six zero five ninety or toll-free which she's on eight seven seven five nine hundred fifty five twenty five. Eight Mary thanks. For calling how. You doing Yes my sister-in-law planted some transplanted some vegetable plants eggplant oh I don't. Know what all. And some tomatoes And they have leaf miner No problem Can be done. About that not. Very much Yeah there and they. Don't do terrible, damage they disfigure the. Plants they look funny but they're inside there so it's. Really hard, to to get control of them I mean some. People have done, stuff like neem or compost he's citrus molasses but really I don't think it's worth messing with because I've tried a million things and I've never really gotten. Him to stop once they're inside that leaf they just make those squiggly little lines in it, and it looks like it might be terrible. But, it really didn't do that, much damage well I kind of thought that. But I just thought I'd call you anyway I have, one more question if you. Have time fan Can I. Successfully but some tomato transplants A different variety and a bad. Where I had tomatoes in the spring, I pulled. Him up in late July middle July and how often have? You planted tomatoes, in that same spot Just just first, time several. Years but then I did plant 'em there in the spring Yeah I wondered if I could use maybe did that some of that, Medina soil activator and then compost and work it in real. Well. Yeah I think the biggest problem is is planning in the same. Spot sometimes you can get, nematodes but you can also give resistant varieties of tomatoes for. Nematodes and, yeah I think I think if you haven't had a problem with the. Nematodes I, think beefing up the soil is the key because it it's. A heavy, feeder so okay well I usually don't do that but this year I You want I could we'll try it and you know lawyers let us know. What happens but I think I think again unless you have not had a lot of disease problems or fungal problems are nematode problems with your other tomatoes then? Why. Not, okay well thank you. Very much I. Enjoy your. Thank you I appreciate you listening and calling in. By, by. Okay. Bye okay that was our long distance toll. Free line now it's open again and here are the numbers five one two eight three six zero five ninety or toll free eight seven seven five nine hundred fifty five. Twenty five I was listening to Jeff this morning and they were talking about the Well lady called inch one know about, limits and we're talking about lemons and how a lot of, people have but you got to protect them and one of my clients and I've talked about this before he. Lives out east of Austin on Weber Ville. Road and development out. There and he had the biggest stern lemon tree I have ever seen And it was It was. An protected spot they they. All privacy fences it was. Right between his it was really in a bad spot actually between his neighbor's. Fence and him but that thing produce more lemons than he could ever. Use an lifetime and one time I guess they were doing construction and they had to cut. It way back and he was really afraid that it was going to, ruin the lemon but it came back the next year. Better than ever so it's possible to have a nice big. O. lemon tree and then I heard him, talking about olives About, how believe me if. You have ever taken an olive. Right off. The tree and bit into, you, will never do, that again brining olives they're, beautiful landscape plan around here and olives like it, here so there are a lot of olive producers in this area but he just. Got me thinking about, the generations of. People I mean whoever bit into that I? Love how in the world. Did they ever figure out. All the ways they could. Make it political and usable and things that we eat every day that have. To be specially cooker or they're toxic or what have you I just. Find that so interesting poke weed I remember my grandmother saying oh you got to you got. To boil it and then you got to throw out the water and, then you got a boil again and do this and. That and the other and if you don't it'll be toxic. And I'm thinking who was the first person Figured this out the first one, that maybe didn't boil it and after you ate at once. And maybe you killed somebody then, the next person that goes well I know it killed grandmother but maybe if we just boil it again I mean really just fascinating how humanity has developed these techniques and to think about olives and is, now just go to. An olive bar and pick out. These wonderful. Delicious olive to eat but, not, when they come, off the trees just fascinating, to me anyway I digress five one two eight, three six zero five ninety or toll free eight seven seven five nine hundred fifty. Five twenty five so, we need to. Enjoy this little bit of moisture we got It looks like mostly the hill country getting. It like I said when. We started out the show but at least we got some other night at my house and it's really perked up the woods around. The house which were getting just really drive really terrible. Looking and So we may not have to water today today's. My data Waterberg, my system didn't go off if, if it's rain is predicted so it didn't water which is, good we waste any water and that's the thing we've got to conserve water but another thing that came up My cousin has my. Grandmother's old house in hurt she had a wonderful. Garden and he he uses that, garden he's a grower, of organic vegetables. And so he was, telling me that this series having a really poor. Production not anything like last year And we got. To talk about it and I was like well a lot of people are, saying you know it's there Plants are coming in late and I don't. Know, maybe you need to let that garden go fallow will so turns out what you've been doing, hand watering each plant well he finally got tired of doing that in turn on a sprinkler which watered the. Whole garden and it wet all the soil between the plants and all, of a sudden he started getting crops coming in so. It reminds me to tell you that when things are very dry you have to water an area. Around your selected plant you can't just put, a little hose on this one little plant like, a young tree or something. If the soil around it is bone, dry it will wit that moisture away from the ball the plant that. You're watering so always water in a larger area much. Larger area than the, plant, that you're just interested in per, se so, that has Made a big difference in his garden plus he's not standing there. With the hose Very hours a day So I, would, suggest that overall, watering watering big areas keep all your soil moist. And do it efficiently all right. Time for the news we'll be back Radio KLBJ good morning I'm Robert topping Austin's news President, Donald Trump says he. May have to get involved personally because he says the FBI refusing to. Cooperate with a public records request for former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe text messages authorities have found. A child remains and freshly dug soil bind a. Bryan Texas house are performing an autopsy, to confirm, whether they match a missing girl identified his three-year-old.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome to the Austin Gardner Cheryl McLaughlin on NewsRadio. KLBJ five ninety AM. And ninety nine point seven Right we are back and we obviously, we, have, lines, open so here are the numbers if you have any comments or questions by one two. Eight three six, zero five ninety or toll free eight seven seven five ninety fifty five twenty five so. You know I got these little grandbabies a little. Twins and they're now year and a. Half old so they are full of energy and that mama I needed a nap the other day, so. I was watching them and we went outside to play just a few minutes with the hose right so just let them spray the, yard with the hose and what. Surprised me was the amount as soon as we were done, playing we weren't out there very long of course you're going to waste water this time of. Year but we were playing. In the grass and then abroad them up on the porch to dry Off and every Morning kind of insect you can think of Birds wasps Oh, mud Burs gee butterflies I everything say in the vicinity about, this came weather down to take some keep of, that say water what we're. My ancestors, on the blades of thank the grass and stuff and, Kevin here it got me thinking. generations About how ago now at wasn't my house a heat I've island, got recirculating. and they lived on the Fountains banks of I've the canal got two of and them. the Guadalupe For the and. They went funny down to animal the river she doesn't, have anything in the like that and I'm they going to got get her cool something but and. So they are desperate No, air for conditioning water of course every. but Little critter they managed down every here. creature I am out there so is desperate for water so if I'm you Cheryl can McLaughlin manage this to is put the, in Austin Gardner on the. Landscape designer A bird and bath builder a my. Company washtub. is Kevin For would the deer landscapes on the edge, of the and property we well this also year we do be a good lot of for building the coons projects and stuff like I, mean that if the you put the a. Wash tub output a big keeping branch guys in cool it very important Because but we you know keep one going of those squirrels and we. possums Keep building and stuff not to be able to get out of the tub if And, they get, a lot. in Of times it, we'll so put off. The planting you put a big if we branch if we can, in there that they can until, climb out. Of you, if know, they the fall, weather breaks in like in September or any something little thing but like it is that possible is the plant is and..

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05:16 min | 2 years ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To the austin gardner and let's end burnham which i was in brenham hey stand good morning hey thanks for calling yes propagated maybe two or three dozen figs and i don't think i've ever had a failure it's very easy to do snipped off by twig maybe four or five or six inches from the from the end of the branch and just stuck that in soil sprouts and and you're right it works normally in the late winter but i think i've done it just about any time of the year so you don't do the whole put the tip day on l that i you know i i wondered about that because i thought that somebody else had mentioned to me that they didn't do that i've heard of that netted method before i've never done it seems unnecessary i am propogating some old variety of fig that my neighbor had that's very prolific my trees loaded with figs beinart dropping off so well he this was kinda young but i do feel like maybe the mulch is gonna help but well thank you so much there's a second way that you can also propagate them as you may know that the they're always little sprouts coming out from the base of the fig tree so if you remove a little bit of the soil oftentimes those that little spot we'll have of course coming from the root of the plant or the or the trunk of the plant but if it's coming from the root of the plant all the time they've also have small roots coming out from that sprout itself yeah carefully snippet awesome the main route leaving some of those little side routes and then you i put mine in potting soil personnel transplant put that in the pot it's almost certain to grow with you know just minimal care that was great advice thank you you're welcome all right sir bye bye all right let's go to south boston hey russell are you okay from the organic club yeah i know about things last november can make cover migraine house but had tramps on my practice trench park great gallon pot i make my own pint soil stuck in there about dozen growing rooting even fruity wow tender mouth separate them well that's sounds pretty easy then and you did it when when did you cut them november november said there you go that late winter not necessarily true in the greenhouse it makes a difference well do you have any idea why his figs are a boarding they get little and then they fall off i don't know but i'm having trouble fishy i don't spend a squirrel it's getting dern squirrels this kind of thing yeah i don't own name okay stage green oh yeah i think that's the that's either the alma or the celeste the green one delicious if the squirrels they don't get them how many can they eat people come on all right all right front yard turkey brown turkey turkey yeah it's gross get them to you again i i grew know i had a friend that had a big prolific tree this year and they were fixing to go on vacation and they were going to be gone for a couple of weeks and she goes i just want some things at us and get you some two leading and wrap it around the branches were you know you so you have a couple branches full because this thing was fifteen feet tall old old deep soul location and so i don't know if she did that or not but i figured that was probably the only way that was going to keep them from getting them all before they got home from vaca hey play squirrel squirrel have your you walk thank you russell thank you lime trees yeah well we had those earlier heard that one all right i gotta go to thank you russell let's go to kim hey kim hey hi hi how are things good good last week you mentioned something that we've got a vegetable garden and we've always had troubles with the tomatoes and nematodes and we rotate our tomato plant but you mentioned last week something about putting lemon peel orange peel central appeals yeah old technique citrus peels tilled in or dug in to the areas repel nematodes away and they're also nowadays so we have the orange oil thing you know where we could probably drench it yeah and i didn't even think about yeah that's okay go ahead you i have to grind up the lemon peel and.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"austin gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Austin gardner with cheryl mclaughlin on newsradio klbj five ninety am and ninety nine point seven fm okay we are back and we are going to get a check of the weather i is a bill deger it's me hey i got a complaint mr yeah i can imagine his dust storm is killing baby yeah we've definitely been seeing that even from space looking at the satellite down onto texas you can see the dust in the air and the wind helping to pick that up and move it around is still going to be quite gusty today and tomorrow scientists pay will continue to see some issues from that and outside of that it's just going to be a we'll call it stick it hot other way to describe it we hit a hundred yesterday we're going to hit one hundred and one today it looks like one hundred two tomorrow hundred on tuesday but the good news is with the dust in the heat we should start to see that diminish on wednesday because we have a chance of rain back in the forecast that day and temperatures back in the low to mid nineties for a few days after that with showers and storms around not looking like anything that'll be widespread heavy rain but we certainly need anything we can get it will hopefully start to see something beginning on the fourth of july good maybe it'll keep my stupid neighbors from shooting off fireworks on a dry kenyan every year never have called the police on them but hey if y'all are listening and you live down the street from me the wear because i heard some people might neighborhood do that last night just trying to i guess test them before wednesday yeah but here it's so dry that if you you know and we we live just in my neighborhood there's a big canyon will know with a no fire access basically and you just live in fear of it them idiot shooting up a rocket it going down that dry kenyan fullest cedars anyway i digress thank you bill next week okay see.

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