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"emerald zoysia" Discussed on KTRH

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07:39 min | Last month

"emerald zoysia" Discussed on KTRH

"Over all that sweetness and the wine. And I'm asking. Am I crazy? I thought I remembered. That was a big deal back in the seventies and eighties. Like you added things like cognac brandy, too. Nothing really. Oh, you'll have to play the jury. Jeff Walker sangria wine before Get out here today. I know we've been working on this list. Help me build this list of things. You should fear listening Guard line. Don't do Just never, ever, ever do. Don't do these things. We built the list so far with no more, you know, get back to mourn your own lawn mowing your own lawn. You know if if you're that depended on somebody mowing your lawn for you either have a career. You should only have acreage or, you know you just travel so much that you don't when you get home. You don't want to do that. But you mark here in the Houston area. Mowing the yard can be a very cathartic thing. I've always thought I could do some of the best thinking when I'm working out in the landscape. I'm not mowing my own 2.5 acres of her. I have to fakers of turf. So I definitely have a crew doing that. But I do all my own fertilization schedule stuff. I like I did yesterday. I work out in lawn as much I possibly can. And the landscape yesterday was picking up all the debris and blowing all the pine needles from the storm Friday evening. So and I like doing that I find it mind clinic clearing and cleansing, but so get back to mourn your own lawn. Do not top trees. We don't do that anymore. You shouldn't use Weeden feeds with Atrazine if you've never read the back of a bag of weed in feet Do that. I may actually post that later today. It's a great tip sheet that we did in the last couple of years. That says, Look, if you've never read the back of a bag of weed feet, this will convince you never to use Weeden feeds without dressing just reading their own labels. And of course, stay away from died. Mulch. Get back to the calls, though I got John and full share coming up. And for those of you who want to participate in the building this never ever list. You have to be willing to go on the air. My apologies to Albert. Yes, years could make it on the list, Albert, But I want you to share that with everybody. 713 to 1 to Katie your age. That's 713 to 125874 lines are open for the help me build the never, ever ever list for garden line. Morning, John and full sure you're on the air. I ran to hear you. I'm good. That was a nice long delay. What happened there after 10 acres of culture? And I have a problem underneath a huge pecan tree. This country's probably 100 years old. I planted emerald zoysia. And I killed it with a tractor tailor and took all the grass out. I thought I was dealing with nut grass. And it turns out it's these while onion plans got a nut seat on it. What most of the broadleaf herbicide broadleaf We'd herbicides, believe it or not, are good for wild onion, wild garlic, wild onion, wild garlic If we'll use and we're we're in the cool season herbicide time, so I wouldn't hesitate for a minute to get Teo. I'm in full Scher. Whether I go to like full strays hardware or if I go all the way over to Ah, Enchanted Gardens. I'm going to get my hands on Bon. I'd we'd beat her ultra and a surfactant. It's critical important. Wild onion, Wild garlic control. And follow instructions for the dosage. Get it pump up sprayer going And I'm gonna missed every the sides of every one of those wild onions. It works. I've controlled wild onion, wild garlic for years would broadleaf weed killers And now that we're in the cool season herbicide time get the broadleaf weedkillers design for this time of year whether it's bonded, we'd better ultra Orford alone. We'd free zone. Okay. I have one more question. I planted Hey. Wait for Burnham's in a road block basis. Prik. We sold 20 acres north across the street from the and I was creating the head and these Barbara have actually grown. Okay, Let me let me out. I'm going to stop you for clarification real quick. Are we talking viburnums or sweet almond verbena? Okay, so there's a big green leaf. Evergreen plants. Get OK? Yeah. So viburnum right now, so start over again. So you've planted these viburnums? What's your question for me? I planted him about 9 ft apart. And and they're they're actually planted too close close together. They should have been about 15 12 to 15 ft apart. I've got a free guy coming in with a spade truck to move these for me. It moved every other one. A plan. I'm on West France flying because there's a new house being built about 400 ft West of me. And What do you recommend, as far is Do you recommend? I root stimulator on me, not a synthetic one. If you can find an organic one. We were talking about nature's creation. Yesterday. I am a Proponent of saturating root balls during transplants with anything like liquid organic nature's creation, solo activator Medina has to grow liquid plant food, anything like that. That is 100% well, and the Medina Haskell is not 1% organic, but it's mostly And we're trying to tend towards an organic plant food organic route stimulator when we do a transplant or a move like that. Police don't use anything that synthetic when you're moving something that nice size. I have here is my question for you. Why not Just get some new viburnums for that Westside? You taking out what every other one that you planted at 9 ft apart. You're going to have these huge gaps. It's going to take three years to fill back in again. It seems to me like I could just do a much better deal planning new ones While they're building the house. Let's get these established while they're building the house and get those up over the next year, as opposed to taking that big of a huge gap out of your other barrier shrub. I planted a fiver. Burnham's on my West fence line. The block his house in the spring, and I actually dug two of among yesterday and the root ball has doubled in size of the planet him in spring. And they're doing very well. I mean, this suspect that's not answering my questions. I don't understand why you're removing the other viburnums They're doing so well. Okay. They got planted too close together. 9 ft apart. No kind of okay with that. That means they're already created that wall for you. Now you're going to get rid of that wall by removing other every other one when you can just go plant new ones. For the house. That's what other people have asked me. Why are you doing? I hope you'll take this is the kind of tongue in cheek moment that I'm thinking of. This is like overkill. 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"emerald zoysia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"emerald zoysia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Or two. Two seven three seven twelve hundred is the first day of June. Can you believe in your what happened to mate? What happened April January February where did on this time go by how many how many days for elf Louis? Oh man. We're almost there. Yeah. It's going by quick is also the beginning of hurricane season. Overhearing a lot about that first name this year is going to be, I think Andrea. Andrea. We'll see. To win. Oh, seven three seven twelve hundred one eight hundred three eight three nine six two four. Here it is June. First. What should we be doing in our launch David on your lawns? You know, if you have not done some good for Tilleke or you think you need a little bit more nutrition, the ovens already starting to turn on both day and the nighttime. We're already hitting ninety degree temperatures morning temperatures still pretty cool, which is nice, but, you know, by mid June here, going into the fourth of July week, it's really going to start getting hotter. But for the lawn you know, we need to start making sure on your in grounds. Sprinkler systems or the way you put supplement arrogation out there that we do an audit. You know, make sure your system's running very very efficiently. That you don't have any major leagues that it's not watering the street or sidewalk. So and arrogation efficiency is very important. That's one thing ligature lawn more. You know you've mowed a few times here. You know, look at the leaf blades of the lawn, you know, or is it shredding that leaf blade, you know, if it's threading it, particularly Saint Augustine, it's going to be more prone to disease pressure on those cuts need an real nice cuts. That's no they make sure those blades on those mowers are very sharp start start raising it up a little bit higher going into the summertime here raising it. And if you wanna put a little nutrition out there, we've always said around going into the June season little bit of nitrogen a little bit Arn Heil makes of excellent granulated product called high yield iron. Plus, you can put it out about ten pounds per one thousand square feet. Anytime you use a product that, as aren't, of course, make sure you sweep it off or blow it off. Don't wash it off your drive. You don't want those little orange spots everywhere. Madge, right. Wow, phones are filling up quick this morning. Vivian good morning. Vivian. How can we help you? Good morning. Good morning. I'm a they've been Valia that has been growing next to my house for about six seven years, okay? And probably three years. It doesn't have any, the color Brax on it. Okay. So that's something I can do to get it to. Couple consideration. So it's growing in the landscape, not a container. Correct. Right. Okay. Has it frozen down? Or do you cut it back at a certain time frame, typically? Guess both you know. So if it freezes oh, of his terminal easily in the wintertime. I cut it right back. Okay, how far back to gut it. Disa- deadwood. Okay. Okay. Down to about five inches as any grows about I would say. Eight to ten feet season. And that doesn't the second vote, Bogan viz being a tropical type plants are very heavy feeders. So will this warmer weather, you know, you really should be fertilizing it with a good water soluble of fertilizer, an alternating the types that you use can be something like sixty one they could be one of these specialty Bogan via high biscuits type foods but really start kicking up the nutrition about once a week. Yeah. Seven to ten days, particularly going into the month of June. Because these are some color tie plant, so we need the nutrition to get the green grove and then initiate, the flowers on it a couple of things. If you got real, long stem shooting out, you can nip those back just a little bit in our three four inches. Cutback your water. Just a little bit. Keep the of nutrition program a strong program on that. And then the other the only thing is they are receiving quite a bit of sunlight. Correct. Yes. It's on the sunny side of the house. Yeah, the Bogan is really need that full sun? So watch the watering real close kick up the nutrition cut the tips back a little bit. And then say if we can initiate, the, the Bracks of flowering cycle here in the next three weeks or so. Okay, great. Thanks very much for the advice. I appreciate it. Thank you for calling go to Craig, and your Broncos Craig the morning. What's up? Doing doing. About twenty one years ago when that I got the law. I am. I can't say it. Emerald zoysia. No. Radim bermuda. Okay. Okay. Can't speak. Well, then it went to the Middle East for eight years of on came begging died and I put in Saint Augustine. Okay. But now I got batches ember muted that won't die. Water. I cut it. What can I do to get because the fan August is in is in killing it. Okay. So you don't like the blend you want, you want, Saint Augustine and not the Bermuda. Correct. Correct. Okay. So what you need to do is designate the majority of the little islands, which are predominantly, Bermuda and mow the area. And in about three or four days with this heat comeback early in the morning. When it's not too hot and windy and get some glide for sate weed and grass killer, make sure glyphosate weed and grass killer, which is what we call a nonselective herbicide get the concentrate, you know, get something that's eighteen or men are forty-one percent. Get the strong stuff diluted at the highest dilution rate. And since our water is very Alkali mix a little bit of vinegar in there to help neutralize neutralize that water. And then, spray, those areas that you wanna kill out the islands, you might say, and what this warmer weather that we have since Bermuda has above and below growing structures. It kills it all the way to the route. So will not come back, and this should with this weather. We will be having within fourteen days or so it should die out. And then during that timeframe you started looking around looking for some quality Saint off. Augustine particularly, like if you can find Florida. Tampa, Florida Tampa Saint Augustine gets a fresh from the farm pieces and about couple weeks, then you go in there and spot plant those pieces here and there, make sure you watch the watering with the heat of summer. Of course, you know, hand water were needed tamp that grass down roll it, if possible, and then for the mix, you might say, you know, little bit, Bermuda are we'd mixed into that. Saint Augustine just keep mowing watering and fertilizing with time that Saint Augustine being coarser blade turf, gr turf grass will choke out that Bermuda. Okay. Come on. But it doesn't. Yeah, we'll kick up the nutrition a little bit market counter for next March, and for sure, Cora rates, your lawn and put a half an inch laundry out there. Craig good luck. Thanks for the call. She Glenn and casual hills and Shane down in divine. Hold on. We're gonna come back and visit with you right now, we're gonna check traffic and weather together from the W O I traffic center. Luc fourteen westbound at worst. It's fucking right lane right shoulder..

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"emerald zoysia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"emerald zoysia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Mic feature on the radio. At least a memory of someone is near and dear here heart to serve in the military for the mother and father or military people, and certainly remember them on Memorial Day, myself. Steve is in coming Georgia in stores, just a little lawn and garden. Hey Steve, good morning. Warren, walter. How're you doing? Fine, sir. How can I help? My the, the way ball has about twelve Japanese Maples, and we've been in the house by six years in the house. The, the trees are in need of printing bad, and everybody's got sixteen different opinions on when I should do this. And just why would you tell me why you want to save the ones by the driveway or growing to bushy out at the driveway? You know that kind of stuff. Yeah. You know, the parameters for me is pretty simple essay to callers who are asking about printing things in the summertime. I say remove less than twenty five percent of the total foliage of the tree, and you're no problem. The tree does not care Jaffe, Maples, same as sweet gum, or anything else, you, don't remove more than twenty five percent in the wintertime. I go forty fifty percent sometimes so gross as is the plan is in. And if you have a limb, what was the driveway or some of the crowded together on the trunk and you need to take two or three hours so to open things up and make it look, more tree like no problem with that, as long as you don't remove leaves. Okay. Sounds good. That, that's a lot different while by styles told I would kill them all. Brune anything there right now. Won't kill sure not kill them. Okay. Well, that's what I wanted to know. I see Dr sites that my friend. Thank you, sir. You bet. We'll see. We got Rodney in Newnan joins us own lawn and garden riding good morning. Good morning to you, sir. What's going on? I have the squatter the square foot gardening, and I have tomatoes and peppers and containers. We noticed we started a full basement. We noticed that we had a net problem into dart. Yeah. Yeah. And it got really bad. We had a problem, too, but we got rid of the investi, but I'm still seeing the Nash, even outside now that we've got our containers at outside, and I have like ninety Deborah plants about forty tomatoes. So I'm kinda busy. The nets are probably fungus as their larvae lives in the soil, actually suppose it comes in on potting soil piling Saugus. Okay, then fungus NASA being there if it dries out, properly, usually the larvae die, because they get dried out into story sometimes in special situations in the basement or water little bit more than perhaps it should then the larvae reproduce and my little fungus gnats, and they lay eggs, and here we go. The easiest way to control them. You know, frankly, righty, here's to try put a half inch layer of sand on top of your putting soul. The half inch layer of saying, dries out the upper surface enough that the Nass just can't live. The Laurie can't live underneath it. And that's simple easy. No chemicals involved. Try to see if you want to just monitor how much your population is either exploding or nice photo or diminishing, take a little slice of apple just a little Corey wide slice of an apple and put it on top of the sand and taking off in the day or two look and see if any larvae in it because there are large apple. Then you do have the fungus that still present. All right, sir. Thank you. By the way to pollinate tomatoes. Yeah. That's the question your, your daughter, your son. Are you? One for the granddaughter and she was real small. So we just got her another one. So we use those. As long as you that you're not using their real old one. Okay. Right. That's five. Yes, sir. Thank you, Ryan. Thanks for calling John Covington, Georgia John, Joe just garden. Hey, Johnny, good morning. How can I help John? I have one of those problems earlier this year, I started to renovate my lawn but all I had was just weed. So I killed with round up. I had a hall and trees cut down to get more light. And so long I'd have I got a new tractor and try John. That's important. Yeah. Ball to take care of the law. Yeah. Yeah. When I did this when I when I started doing saying planning things as get the drought actually started. So I've been working trying to one of the things up a what about two weeks now I don't see anything and I'm a little bit concerned about the potential of it without that I have not working for you. The first question is, what do you think about the potential of doing the doing zoysia grass by Scots wasn't he Soysa? See is generally doing fun. The key is yes. You've got to water it. We don't want to try out so okay from seizing, this is the one that I see most often and it works, fine. It's a little slow to germinate just the nature of the beast, zoysia seed. But if you keep it uniform moist. Don't go or anything keep it uniform moist. And within two weeks you should say Tigris browse code. Starts, but in the summer, pretty well cover the area and next year really nice so zoysia say Clinton now. Just fine. Well, what I'm doing is watering at times. You know, I actually good as I can do water about three times morning, noon after noon. Let's say at night, so I haven't seen the results at the time. So you're saying, I'm still good to go. I think you still have a little bit of time to not worry too much about it. And, you know, watering don't, don't make soggy. Don't leave the ground Soghi FU water, you should be just enough water to keep the top half inch inch maybe of soul moist not soggy. So you adjust your watershed, you'll just enough Hewitt from getting real. So yet there, okay? Another question here. Yeah. Okay, it doesn't work and I'm just saying, you know, if it doesn't work, good. I keep saying do this in the fall note briefly. Now, Deutsche is very much warm season grass you, these replant again, if you just feel like it just didn't take for whatever reason received, again, you got time, just let it dry out. Okay. All right. Well, can I ask you one more question? Oh, four more people here, say no. No. Scott say all right. Well, thank you very much. You talk to me. They said, we've got plenty of time next Saturday already. Jane is done in Fayetteville enjoys his lawn and garden. My situation is I have a good yard of emerald zoysia. However, I have treated twice already to see for weed, but they still continue to come up. No, not the broadly. But something that looks like ovarian small clover or something. Oxide solutions. How you. Fertilize zoysia. L. Yeah. When did you last for less? What's your schedule? Telling me more about that. It now for about four weeks ago. I usually do about a light fertilizer about every six weeks, you're on the right track. Jay because zoysia I think of any of the grass is prefers just very little for Lahser regularly plaid and so light within four weeks ago, six weeks ago is fun. Almost time to fertilize again. And the reason I'm saying this because emerald zoysia should be thick enough. With proper fertilization enough water chokes out almost every week that tries to grow in it. It's always, you emerald zoysia. Again, is really good thick enough that keeps most weeds at bay has sunshine. He's standing out, so is in the shade. Of course, it thins out a little bit. But if it's fertilized, right which is doing I was simply continue, your furloughs, ation and maybe one more treatment to do it later in the year. Do it in about a month or two from now because I don't want you put too much chemical on at one time. And you've already done twice. Okay. So do it now. And then wait about another four to six weeks, the fertilizer, get fertilized. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. The other question is, is I have Hannah's in the last couple of years and has already started where the lease curl up when I open them they've all these little black. I'm sure eggs inside. But it's nicely. Sewed on the outside. I spray everything plays or secret for these alone. There's not Jane and I have a habit in the couple of my candidate. I should this afternoon. This is probably one of the things I will do I won't do much in the garden today. What I will unfurl the lease of Canas. I used to be really careful sick and my little finger up, very carefully taking the stitches away. Of too much trouble. So just ripped through the leaves just like that open the leaf up because it was little candidly for grubs are inside the leaf. If you don't expose them to birds in sunshine, and like they'll just continue to grow and reproduce and like a mess and opening it up. We'll kill him that diminishes the population, which is what I want. It's hard to get the spray in there. That's why don't spray because I just hard to get it in that little furlough of rolled up leaves on the candidate you can't get in there. That is true. Okay. So you say open it will last year. I had such a problem. I just cut those lays off. And then you, you know it doesn't look as great. Yeah. Right. Exactly. It doesn't look right? When you open it up roughly, as I do if you wanna be careful like tried for a while, you can continue to do that. Okay. Well, I think you're better off simply to over quickly with you finger. Let's grub dropout. Let a bird of breakfast. I will do that. Thank you. So very much after calling, you know, we have time to give away the weekend. Prizefight miss Frasca, real quickly here less than a number between two and seven to give a six pack. Tickets four sees it read it right. A four pack of tickets to the Atlanta, great American tiny house show, the tiny house show. 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"emerald zoysia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"emerald zoysia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"We always have a good time doing this love hearing your calls from all over the state of Georgia. We even have some from North Carolina occasionally a couple of Ohio people every now and then pop in in the early hours of the show. So we'll go straight out to Tucker and say good morning to Jonathan. Hey, how are you? Good. How are you? Guys. Have a great show real quick. Just have a quick question about transplanting, a Japanese maple. And then also what's the best turf weed control? You can spray on your turf and will not kill the turf that will kill the weeds. All right. Let's tackle that first. We have a product how we beat her ultra. That's great this time of year. It's a selective herbicides. It will not hurt your turf. It does not do rag grass though. I mean Bowen, I don't think it does that we have to have something else that would do that with it. But it'll allow on its own anyway, but the the we'd beater ultra will work at lower temperatures. And that's the problem with some the rest of the work until it gets warm us up. That's a beater Oltra. Okay. Yes, sir. What what what type of turf grass? Do. You have emerald zoysia Janka. So good news. Is you know, ninety percent of the the ways that are in the lawn right now are actually winter wheats gonna be dying off anyway, dine off right? You know, soon as it warms up. So you can choose to do nothing as far as controlling those weeds this time of year, but what you might want to try to do this time of year is put out a pre merchant herbicide that's gonna prevent the summer weeds from coming up. So it's not too late to put out the the pre emergent rail right now perfect timing on. Okay. Great great as soon as it doesn't rain for a few days. Right. You actually need rain. You know for you have to water in the pre merging. So you could hear okay right dry day. Like today, you probably could go out and put it out and then rains tomorrow, then that's just perfect. So it only needs to be on the on the grass as far as the the the granular pre emergent just for a day or so, right? The pre merger. It has to be in contact with the soil. Very good. Water. Yes. Yes. Ma'am down to the soil. Okay. And then so Jonathan transplanting Japanese made. Well, how tall is it? How big are we talking Jonathan? It's probably about. It's probably about eight feet tall now. So it's going to have a big old heavy root ball. I know. But. Yeah. Phone is usually the best time to move trees, and shrubs, and so forth divide your plants and so forth. But I just have to move it. You know, say go ahead and move it. If you can move it with a large as the largest possible a ball. They're probably not a deep root ball. It's probably just wide ladder than India's deep. So that's gonna be a challenge. Yeah. And you really don't have to get all of that dirt. I mean as long as you can get the roots. That's what's important. In fact, that's what Walter said recently. He's been saying don't worry too much about the dirt just brakes. I have to drive it from Tucker to to canton. So it's it's my children's tree and sold the house and still have the tree there. And the new owners are allowing me to to. Transplant the tree and take it up to Cam. So how how long can it stay out of the ground? I mean, you come lowers. It's not gonna be. Is going to hurt. But, but, you know, also think about yeah, we have quite a few professional tree movers tree companies here in Atlanta. They have trucks with huge spades. I can actually just lift the tree up and. Happen transported for you. So if you're concerned about survivability, then probably that's the best route to go. It's would they do it all in one day. Yeah. They'll definitely do it all in one day. That's an option expensive option. Dig the other whole before moving. So that way, I can just move it from one place and put it right in that whole thing. And don't play. Thank you very much. Thank you for your time. Thank you Jonathan best of luck to you. That is quite the chore. My goodness. But I mean, the the emotional reasons for wanting. It really seems that when people call about transplanting trees Japanese Maples right up there at number one. And number two that is what people want a transplant. Personal name. It just don't wanna leave it behind. You wouldn't really I have missed me Augie. Kevin George in. I forgot what the other team. Anyway, I've got like six. That's great. And they do really well. Can you.

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"emerald zoysia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"emerald zoysia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I know this is the doorman season for many of you, probably the doorman hours. So wanting to stay under the covers a little bit of a brisk morning, but go ahead and give me a call. We're talking about trees in the tree and shrubs they'll coming up with wildflowers kind of perked me up. It's one of my favorite topics talking about trees. And I remember I grew up in upstate New York was referencing this earlier, and we lived in a really an amazing place. It's like from our front window. We could see mountains and forests in our front yard to kind of bled. Into a former apple orchard and everywhere. Trees trees trees banged innocent gigantic trees, and when I moved to Texas, I kind of missed that eastern forest. Look. I was very fortunate in all going up. But over time, I've come to love the hill country plants just as much, you know, we don't get the giant towering trees unless you count these bald cypress Nikkei Asian live oak. But the the beauty of the smaller trees those rugged plants like the Lacey oak that was talking about just terrific. And you know, we used to celebrate our Arbor day in Texas. In January was considered the ideal time for a long time for decades. Really? And so, you know. It's still great time to plan. Did you know we've moved Arbor day or recommended planning time earlier in our I should say later into the year in October. But this is still ideal. Really and go ahead and put some things in the ground, and they will flourish for you. I tell you what I'm not able to see the names that are popping up here. So I can't call you by name, but I'm going to just kind of dive in here. And if you can hear me on your phone at home, please go ahead and ask your question. Yes. Hi. My name's Christina. I'm calling out. Thanks for calling. I. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you so much. Listen calling about potentially planting zoysia. Okay. I've got we purchased a house here a couple years ago. And I've been battling the lawn for quite some time. I mean, I I've got every kind of in there you name it. I got it. But I really want to put something in there. That's obviously drought resistant. It's not gonna take too much water. Bunn was hoping you can make a recommendation, and I think I'm still within that window here. Pre-spring and. Well, you don't want to put down Saad. Now. You wanna wait until things are warm a newly playside, even if it's a tough plant. This is going to be more vulnerable to a cold snap or something like that. You could lose the plants. So you really do want to what you have time to really plan this out. I love. Responsibly removing the weeds is probably paramount. Okay. You can it's harder to Sola rise them. That means cook them out, you know, during this time of year of the way that people chief as putting down black plastic. This denying the plants light and water that could be very effective. But you know, again, it's hard to this time of year. It's slower thing people who do that usually wait till things warm up, and it's a very effective way of killing the weeds, and what former turf you have. And. If you wait until the springtime, it can work in the spring prior to your planting. Okay. One thing I tell people to do about solar rising is choose chooses sunny day to do this preferably warm sunny day, but you before you solo rise plans, you can purchase products called twenty percent vinegar. And it's exactly what this is a very heavy concentrated vinegar. You spray it undiluted onto the weeds and on a hot sunny day that will fry the top of the weeds, and in some cases, kill the weeds natives, no lingering harm whatsoever to the soil, or whatever you planned. That's step. One is shock the weeds and kind of speed up the process, and then after the vinegars dried cover it with a black plastic, and if the weather's warm and meeting over eighty degrees doesn't take too long to really. Just cook that soil and make the ground ready to put out your turf, okay before it depends on what kind of soil. You're in an and tell me where you are. We're off of two ninety here in dripping springs. Okay. So you have probably Colegio soils. So ideally, you want to bring in some turf soil and compost to have to you have and and spread that before he put down turf grass. Okay. Okay. And then go ahead and put your turf down zoysia is better than Saint Augustine. I'll say that. Okay. I'm palisade. And some of the varieties are really great be careful which variety you do. Choose some of them. They're they're beautiful grass, and I had a small patch turf. In a garden on created a few years ago. He's emerald zoysia. I would never recommend to anybody else ever. It is a beautiful grass. But it is so dense. It takes two passes to mow it. Well, and and then it scars when you even if you keep your blade on your more, really sharp. It's scars. Good such a tough Grasset scars, and it's thirsty as well. I didn't think it's any less thirsty. Sound esteem? Sure grass. I most would recommend to you would be either buff are native buffalo or.

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"emerald zoysia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"emerald zoysia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Where did this year? Listening to ask the garden gate. Michael your. I'm here gig. I'm your worn out. Geek, I have been home in bed. Most of the poor sitting out on the sofa or going to doctors appointments. All week. If you listen to the last segment, I got food poisoning on thanksgiving. Had to be the Turkey is what we've figured out. Everybody Turkey got sick. I've had to doctors appointments exact my son who is a type one diabetic has had three. It has been really really rough. You know in neither of us have done anything this week other than sit around the house and. You know, do doctors appointments and just eat terribly bland food. Didn't eat any food for days. I mean, you know, I didn't I did not want anything going on me. But now Zac being type one diabetic that wasn't an option for him yet. He was too sick to eat. And you know when you don't eat in. You're type one diabetic the blood sugar goes low in very bad things happen. So he actually had to go to the emergency room at one point, and they had to and I wasn't there. I because I was home sicker than a dog on that one. I took him to the other doctors appointments with. He went there. And I guess they gave him IV's. I don't know exactly how that all worked. And we still haven't had a chance we're going to have a chance tomorrow to sit down and talk about all of this Kazak and are going to be together. Tomorrow for the first time, I'm you know, other than going to doctors offices. I actually plan on getting out of the house tomorrow, by the way, just a programming note. This is the last segment I'm going to do this to other segments that you're going to hear after this there from last week show. I apologize. I just my energy level is still zilch zero zilch. Oh, zilch. I'd here's what makes me mad. I got a phone call that I could not take on Monday inviting me to spend Wednesday which was yesterday. Because I'm recording this on Thursday night at eleven thirty eight in the evening, but I to go to this sod farm that I've been wanting to go to about eighty miles from here one that I had never been a relatively new one. And they've got a brand new Saint Augustine grass that I have been reading about that has been developed by the university of Florida in tested for a number of years, and they have finally released it to certain growers in this one grower has the jump on it. And I I've never even seen it. I've seen pictures of it. And they got a bunch of they've got Assad field of it going down there, and I was invited along with other media people to go down there and hang out with the growers and all of that. And I could not go, and I talk to them on the phone and apologized, but they said, I tell you what. Anytime you wanna come down give us a call. And we're going to give you a little tour, and I told him that I wanted to do my backyard in Asia. And they said, oh, well, we grow zoysia. And I said, yeah, I know you do they come down look at our boys you, but you gotta look at this new Saint Augustine grass. I. And I'm willing to let you walk all over the zoysia and bare feet, and then this emerald zoysia, you gotta you gotta the commitment. You gotta make you'd have to take your shoes off. And you gotta walk all over that. And then you can go out on our floor Tam Saint Augustine field. And we want you to walk all over that and your bare feet, and then we want you to go to this new Saint Augustine, and we want you to walk all over that. And you know, tells the square footage to your backyard. And we're going to you know, after you choose which one of those grasses you want. We're going to bring it up to you. We're not gonna put it down for you. But we're going to bring it up to you and give it to you. Because we want you to report on on your thoughts. Wow. They said how many square feet do you have back there like ten thousand? I said, no my backyard. I said the last time I measured it it measured out at twenty eight hundred square feet. They said all this is going to be cheap. I said, well, yeah, I said so since it's so small you guys want to lay the sod they have. No. But I'm going down there. Hopefully this next week if I feel up to it because it's going to be a lot of walking outdoors in bare feet, but I plan on going down there and doing just that chesting out these new varieties, and I'm I'm gonna take them up on their offer. They're going to bring sod up here. And they're going to slap it, you know, they're gonna take slapped palace in my backyard. And you know, the last time I. I did side in my backyard. I did eleven I had a big backyard at eleven thousand square feet, which was a lot of palace because they put four hundred square feet on a pallet. And at that time, I had young kids in my my daughter Cassie at that time was like fifteen and Jamie was like ten in Zach was much younger six, I don't know seven. And I said, you know, we all went out. It was delivered about five thirty in the evening. We went out the next morning, and we laid that Saad now Zach didn't do much, but I you Cassie daughter fearless woman. Absolutely fearless woman. Unfortunately, I don't have that aspect of of help right now. But you know, the twenty eight hundred square feet you get me out there. Diane ex-wife number two has volunteered to come help. Diane, son hunter who is twenty two. Twenty three years old has volunteered to help. And is Zack is not volunteer to help. But I'm going to volunteer him to help. And we're going to go out there and lay this side and put it down, and it is supposed to take a lot of traffic is supposed to have less water requirements in most Saint Augustine, and it's supposed to be good. But I haven't decided if that's going to be that. Or if I'm gonna go with zoysia. I think I'm leaning towards zoysia. But I heard about this this grass, and I'm we'll go down and walk in and my bare feet and see I'm so looking forward to that. So I have you planned two thousand nine hundred gardening yet. Well, I have I have started. I created a journal. I absolutely created a journal on making plans for my gardening for next year. And one of my friends have told me that I should publish that journal and make it available because it is that good. I just may do that. That would have been something to do this week except I felt so bad this week. I you know, I couldn't even wash my dishes. I just thank God for my second wife. Diane Diane came over here and just like massively took care of me massively. Massively took care of me. Oh, by the way, just another thing before this this segment, and so I have to tell you I didn't realize how little waste generated until I had my daughter and my three grandkids at my daughter's friend here these people generated so much waste Abby. I. Just believable ways that they generated you live. And you learn we're going to do a whole segment on waste generation. I.

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"emerald zoysia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"emerald zoysia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You're listening to ask the garden gate. Got Michael throws time. Your your your gig. I worn out. Geek, I have been home in bed in bed. Most of the poor sitting out on the sofa or going to doctors appointments. All week. You listen to the last segment, I got just food poisoning on thanksgiving. Had to be the Turkey is what we figured out. Everybody Turkey got sick. I've had to doctors appointments Zach my son who is a type one diabetic has had three. It has been really really rough. You know in neither of us have done anything this week other than sit around the house and. You know, do doctors appointments and just eat terribly bland food. Didn't eat any food for days. I mean, you know, I didn't I did not want anything going in me. But now Zac being type one diabetic that wasn't an option for him yet. He was too sick to eat. And you know, when you don't eat in your type one diabetic, the blood sugar goes low in very bad things happen. So he actually had to go to the emergency room at one point, and they had to and I wasn't there because I was home sicker than a dog on that one. I took him to the other doctors appointments with. He went there. And I guess they gave him IV's. I don't know exactly how that all worked. And we still haven't had a chance we're going to have a chance tomorrow to sit down and talk about all of this Kazak and are going to be together. Tomorrow for the first time, I'm you know, other than going to doctors offices. I actually plan on getting out of the house tomorrow, by the way, just a programming note. This is the last segment I'm going to do this to other segments that you're going to hear after this there from last week show. I apologize. I just my energy level is still zilch. Oh, zilch. Zero zilch. I'd here's what makes me mad. I got a phone call that I could not take on Monday inviting me to spend Wednesday which was yesterday. Because I'm recording this on Thursday night at eleven thirty eight in the evening, but to go to this sod farm that I've been wanting to go to about eighty miles from here one that I had never been a relatively new one. And they've got a brand new Saint Augustine grass that I have been reading about that has been developed by the university of Florida in tested for a number of years, and they have finally released it to certain growers in this one grower has the jump on it, and I never even seen it. I've seen pictures of it. And they got a bunch of they've got Assad field of it going down there. And I was invited along with other media people to go down there and hang out with the growers and all of that. And I could not go, and I talk to them on the phone and apologized, but they said, I tell you what. Anytime you wanna come down give us a call. And we're going to give you a little tour, and I told him that I wanted to do my backyard in Asia. And they said, oh, well, we grow zoysia. And I said, yeah, I know you do all come down look at our zoysia you, but you gotta look at this new Saint Augustine grass. I am willing to let you walk all over the zoysia and bare feet, and then this emerald zoysia, you gotta you gotta the committee. You gotta make you gotta take your shoes off, and you got to walk all over that. And then you can go out on our floor Tam Saint Augustine field. And we want you to walk all over that and your bare feet, and then we want you to go to this new Saint Augustine, and we want you to walk all over that and tells the square footage to your backyard. And we're going to you know, after you choose which one of those grasses you want. We're going to bring it up to you. We're not gonna put it down for you. But we're going to bring it up to you and give it to you. Because we want you to report on on your thoughts. Wow. They said how many square feet do you have back there like ten thousand? I said, no my backyard. I said the last time I measured it it measured out at twenty eight hundred square feet. They said all this is going to be cheap. I said, well, yeah, I said so since it's so small you guys want to lay the sod they have. No. But I'm going down there. Hopefully this next week if I feel up to it because it's going to be a lot of walking outdoors in bare feet, but I plan on going down there and doing just that and testing out these new varieties, and I'm I'm gonna take them up on their offer. They're going to bring sod up here. And they're going to slap it, you know, they're gonna taste slapped palace in my backyard. And you know, the last time I I did side in my backyard. I did eleven th I had a big backyard at eleven thousand square feet, which was a lot of palace because they put four hundred square feet on a pallet. And at that time, I had young kids in my my daughter Cassie. At that time. Was like fifteen. Jamie was like ten and Zach was much younger six I dunno seven. And I said, you know, we all went out the it was delivered about five thirty in the evening. We went out the next morning, and we laid that Saad now Zac didn't do much, but I tell you Cassie my daughter fearless woman. Absolutely fearless woman. Unfortunately, I don't have that aspect of of help right now. But you know, the twenty eight hundred square feet you get me out there. Diane ex-wife number two has volunteered to come help. Diane, son hunter who is twenty two or twenty three years old has volunteered to help and I-. Zach is not volunteer to help. But I'm going to volunteer him to help. And we're going to go out there and lay this side and put it down, and it is supposed to take a lot of traffic is supposed to have less water requirements in most Saint Augustine. And it's. Supposed to be good. But I haven't decided if that's going to be that. Or if I'm gonna go with zoysia. I think I'm leaning towards zoysia. But I heard about this this grass, and I'm going to go down walk in it and my bare feet and see I'm so looking forward to that. So I have you planned two thousand nine thousand nine hundred gardening yet. Well, I have I have started. I created a journal. I absolutely created a journal on making plans for my gardening for next year. And one of my friends have told me that I should publish that journal and make it available because it is that good. I just may do that. That would have been something to do this week except I felt so bad this week. I you know, I couldn't even wash my dishes. I just thank God for my second wife. Diane Diane came over here and just like massively took care of me massively. Massively took care of me. Oh, by the way, just another thing before this this segment, and so I have to tell you I didn't realize how little waste generated until I had my daughter and my three grandkids, and my daughter's friend here these people generated so much waste, Abby. I. Just on believable waste that. They generated you live. And you learn we're going to do a whole segment on waste generation. I.

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"emerald zoysia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"emerald zoysia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Where did this year? You're listening to ask the garden. Geek got Michael. I'm your gig. I'm your worn out. Geek, I have been home in bed in bed. Most of or sitting out on the sofa or going to doctors appointments. All week. If you listen to the last segment, I got I got food poisoning on thanksgiving. Had to be the Turkey is what we've figured out. Everybody Turkey got sick. I've had to doctors appointments Zach my son who is a type one diabetic has had three. It has been really really rough. In. Neither of us have done anything this week other than sit around the house and. You know, do doctors appointments and just eat terribly bland food. Didn't eat any food for days. I mean, you know, I didn't I did not want anything going on me. But now Zac being type one diabetic that wasn't an option for him yet. He was too sick to eat. And you know, when you don't eat in you're type one diabetic the blood sugar goes low in very bad things happen. So he actually had to go to the emergency room at one point, and they had to and I wasn't there because I was home sicker than a dog on that one. I took them to the other doctors appointments. He went there. And I guess they gave him IV's. I don't know exactly how that all worked. And we still haven't had a chance we're going to have a chance tomorrow. To sit down and talk about all of this Kazak and are going to be together. Tomorrow for the first time, I'm you know, other than going to doctors offices. I actually plan on getting out of the house tomorrow, by the way, just to a programming note. This is the last segment I'm going to do this to other segments that you're going to hear after this there from last week show. I apologize. I just my energy level is still zilch. Zero zilch zero zilch. I'd here's what makes me mad. I got a phone call that I could not take on Monday inviting me to spend it Wednesday which was yesterday. Because I'm recording this on Thursday night at eleven thirty eight in evening, but I to go to this sod farm that I've been wanting to go to about eighty miles from here one that I had never been a relatively new one. And they've got a brand new Saint Augustine grass that I have been reading about that has been developed by the university of Florida in tested for a number of years, and they have finally released it to certain growers in this one grower has the jump on it. And I I've never even seen it. I've seen pictures, and they got a bunch of it. They've got Assad field of it going down there. And I was invited along with other media people to go down there and hang out with the growers and all of that. And I could not go, and I talk to them on the phone and apologized, but they said, I tell you what. Anytime you wanna come down give us a call. And we're going to give you a little tour, and I told him that I wanted to do my backyard in zoysia, and they said, oh, well, we grow zoysia. And I said, yeah, I know you do they all come down look at our zoysia you, but you gotta look at this new Saint Augustine grass. I and I'm willing to let you walk all over the zoysia and bare feet, and then this emerald zoysia, you gotta you gotta the commitment. You gotta make you'd have to take your shoes off, and you got to walk all over that. And then you can go out on our floor Tam Saint Augustine field. And we want you to walk all over that and your bare feet, and then we want you to go to this new Saint Augustine, and we want you to walk all over that. And you know, tell us the square footage to your backyard. And we're going to you know, you after you choose which one of those grasses you want. We're going to bring it up. We're not gonna put it down for you. But we're going to bring it up to you and give it to you. Because we want you to report on on your thoughts. Wow. They said how many square feet do you have back there like ten thousand? I said, no my backyard. I said the last time I measured it it measured out at twenty eight hundred square feet. They said all this is going to be cheap. I said, well, yeah, I said so since it's so small you guys want to lay the sod they have. No. But I'm going down there. Hopefully this next week if I feel up to it because it's to be a lot of walking outdoors in bare feet, but I plan on going down there and doing just that chesting out these new varieties, and I'm I'm gonna take them up on their offer. They're going to bring sod up here. And they're going to slap it, you know, they're gonna take slapped palace in my backyard. And you know, the last time I did side in my backyard. I did eleven I had a big backyard and eleven thousand square feet which was a lot of palace because they put four hundred square feet on a pallet. And at that time, I had young kids in my my daughter Cassie. At that time. Was like fifteen and Jamie was like ten and Zach was much younger six I dunno seven. And I said, you know, we all went out. It was delivered about five thirty in the evening. We went out the next morning, and we laid that side now Zac didn't do much, but I tell you Cassie Madonna fearless woman, absolutely fearless woman. Unfortunately, I don't have that aspect of of help right now. But you know, the twenty eight hundred square feet you get me out there. Diane ex-wife number two has volunteered to come help. Diane, son hunter who is twenty two or twenty three years old has volunteered to help and I-. Zach is not volunteer to help. But I'm going to volunteer to help. And we're going to go out there and lay this Saad and put it down, and it is supposed to take a lot of traffic is supposed to have less watery. Requirements in most Saint Augustine, and it's supposed to be good. But I haven't decided if that's going to be that. Or if I'm gonna go with zoysia. I think I'm leaning towards zoysia. But I heard about this this grass, and I'm and I'm going to go down and walk in my bare feet and see I'm so looking forward to that. So have you planned two thousand nineteen gardening yet? Well, I have I have started. I created a journal. I absolutely created a journal on making plans for my gardening for next year. And one of my friends have told me that I should publish that journal and make it available because it is that good. I just may do that. That would have been something to do this week except I felt so bad this week. I you know, I couldn't even wash my dishes. I just thank God for my second wife. Diane Diane came over here and just like massively took care of me massively. Massively took care of me. Oh, by the way, just another thing before this this segment, and so I have to tell you I didn't realize how little waste generated until I had my daughter and my three grandkids, and my daughter's friend here these people generated so much waste, Abby. I. I just believe -able waste that. They generated you live. And you learn we're going to do a whole segment on waste generation. I.

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"emerald zoysia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"emerald zoysia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So quickly. Where did this year? Listening to ask the garden gate, Michael I'm your geek, I'm your worn out. Geek, I have been home in bed in bed. Most of the four sitting out on the sofa or going to doctors appointments. All week. If you listen to the last segment, I got just food poisoning. On thanksgiving had to be the Turkey is what we've figured out. Everybody Turkey got sick. I've had to doctors appointments Zach my son who is a type one diabetic has had three. It has been really really rough. In neither of us have done anything this week other than sit around the house, and you know. You know, do doctors appointments and just eat terribly bland food. Didn't eat any food for days. I mean, you know, I didn't I did not want anything going on me. But now Zac being type one diabetic that wasn't an option for him yet. He was too sick to eat. And you know, when you don't eat in you're type one diabetic the blood sugar goes low in very bad things happen. So he actually had to go to the emergency room at one point, and they had to and I wasn't there. I because I was home sicker than a dog on that one. I took him to the other doctors appointments with. He went there. And I guess they gave him IV's. I don't know exactly how that all worked. And we still haven't had a chance we're going to have a chance tomorrow to sit down and talk about all of this and are going to be together. Tomorrow for the first time, I'm you know, other than going to doctors offices. I actually plan on getting out of the house tomorrow, by the way, just a programming note. This is the last segment I'm gonna do this to other segments that you're going to hear after this there from last week shell I apologize. I just my energy level is still zilch zero zilch. Oh, zilch on. Here's what makes me mad. I got a phone call. That I could not take on Monday inviting me to spend it Wednesday which was yesterday. Because I'm recording this on Thursday night. At eleven thirty eight in the evening, but I to go to this sod farm that I've been wanting to go to about eighty miles from here one that I had never been a relatively new one. And they've got a brand new Saint Augustine grass that I have been reading about that has been developed by the university of Florida in tested for a number of years, and they have finally released it to certain growers in this one grower has the jump on it. And I I've never even seen it. I've seen pictures of it, and they got a bunch of it. They've got Assad field of it going down there. And I was invited along with other media people to go down there and hang out with the growers and all of that. And I could not go, and I talk to them on the phone and apologized, but they said I'd tell you what you anytime. You wanna come down? Give us a call, and we're going to give you a little tour, and I told him that. I wanted to do my backyard in Asia. And they said, oh, well, we grow zoysia. And I said, yeah, I know you do this all come down look at our you. But you gotta look at this new Saint Augustine grass. I I'm willing to let you walk all over the zoysia and bare feet, and then this emerald zoysia, you gotta you gotta the commitment. You gotta make you take your shoes off. And you gotta walk all over that. And then you can go out on our floor Tam Saint Augustine field. And we want you to walk all over that and your bare feet, and then we want you to go to this new Saint Augustine, and we want you to walk all over that. And tell us the square footage of your backyard, and we're going to you know, you after you choose which one of those grasses you want we're going to bring it up to you. We're not gonna put it down for you. But we're going to bring it up to you and give it to you. Because we want you to report on on your thoughts. And I said, wow, they said how many square feet do you have back there like? One thousand I said, no, my backyard. I said the last time I measured it it measured out at twenty eight hundred square feet. They said all this is going to be cheap. I said, well, yeah, I said so since it's so small you wanna lay the side, they have no. But I'm going down there. Hopefully this next week if I feel up to it 'cause it's going to be a lot of walking outdoors in bare feet, but I plan on going down there and doing just that and testing out these new varieties, and I'm I'm gonna take them up on their offer. They're going to bring sod up here. And they're going to slap it they're gonna take palace in my backyard. And you know, the last time I I did side in my backyard. I did eleven I had a big backyard and eleven thousand square feet which was a lot of palace because they put four hundred square feet on a pallet. And at that time, I had young kids. And my my daughter Cassie at that time was like fifteen and Jamie was like ten and Zach was much. Joggers six I don't know seven. And I said, you know, we all went out. It was delivered about five thirty in the evening. We went out the next morning, and we laid that Saad now Zach didn't do much, but I gotta tell ya Cosima daughter. Fearless woman absolute fearless woman. Unfortunately, I don't have that aspect of of help right now. But you know, the twenty eight hundred square feet you get me out there. Diane ex-wife number two has volunteered to come help. Diane, son hunter who is twenty two or twenty three years old has volunteered to help and I-. Zach is not volunteer to help. But I'm going to volunteer him to help. And we're going to go out there and lay this side and put it down, and it is supposed to take a lot of traffic. It is supposed to have less water requirements in most Saint Augustine, and it's supposed to be good. But I haven't decided if that's going to be that. Or if I'm gonna go to Asia, I think I'm. I'm leaning towards zoysia. But I heard about this this grass, and I'm and I'm going to go down walking it my bare feet and see I've so looking forward to that. So have you planned two thousand nineteen gardening yet? Well, I have I have started. I created a journal. I absolutely created a journal on making plans for my gardening for next year. And one of my friends have told me that I should publish that journal and make it available because it is that good. I just may do that. That would have been something to do this week except I felt so bad this week. I you know, I couldn't even wash my dishes. I just thank God for my second wife. Diane Diane came over here and just like massively took care of me massively. Massively took care of me. And by oh, by the way, just another thing before this this segment, and so I have to tell you I didn't realize how little waste generated until I had my daughter and my three grandkids and my daughter's Trent here, these people generated so much waste, Abby. I. Just on believable way that they generated you live. And you learn we're going to do a whole segment on waste generation. I didn't realize.

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