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"fuyu" Discussed on The Blockchain Show
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"fuyu" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Of interest. Always the time Spellman tigers. We continue into gradually wrap things up. And the wonderful thing about Dave Wilson is that they post a lot of really good information on their website. They have great how to videos. You know, Tom was mentioning about Pruning your fruit trees when you get them home and specific kind of cuts and what to look out for in terms of shape, and you know there's videos on that. So you know it's one thing to talk about it and hear about it. Maybe read it in a book, but it's another thing to be able to go to a great reputable sized site on Gua Chav video and how to do it. And I know Tom, you've been a part of those, so you know, wonderful resource for information. As I mentioned, I also just posted their whole list of blueberries, and they talk about where they grow well, how to grow them. You know what soil mediums to put them in? And things like that all great information on the Web site. So, you know, Tom, I know you're a very busy man this time a year. I want to thank you very much for joining us this morning. Um, you know, And here's to another good season, hopefully for you guys, and I'm hoping that it started off smooth for you. Great Tiger. Thank you so much. And the website is Dave wilson dot com. Make sure to go to the home garden page and posted on the home garden pages. Also a list of retail sources so you can look for things by variety. I can look for Burgundy Plum or Fuyu persimmon or or you know, sunshine, blueberry and a list of everybody that Retails at Variety will come up and or you can go by area. I can look at San Diego County or or Los Angeles County or wherever I want to choose Tioga by trees from and a list of all the growers or retailers in that area will come up. If you click on a retailer's name, A list of all the varieties that they carry for resale will come up so you can find it off of our website. Awesome. We'll have a good weekend and we'll talk to against him. Probably when it's time to start pruning in harvesting their take care. Thank you, Tom. Guys. Always a pleasure and an experience to spend some time with you on the radio. Thank you so much. You better take care. All right, Tom Spellman and again always clotted questions and comments common interest in fruit with everybody. You know, he's probably probably one of the most knowledgeable fruit tree people. Tom and his ex partner, Ed Live, 00. Yeah, Yeah, I mean, They know almost everything there is to known. Tom is a member of the California where fruit growers so he knows besides just fruit trees. Um well, Just don't fruits are those you know all of the Citrus tropical fruit. Bingo, all kinds of things. Which which is kind of neat because we don't you know, as you asked, you know, as far as would this grow in your region. There's a lot that does grow and we don't even know about it. I mean, you know one of the crops you were talking about it and know it's hit and Miss. Um, was the coffee. You know you were talking about possibly growing that on and right as if you didn't have any wind you in your area, you probably would have been able to do a little bit better and grow coffee. And people would never think to grow coffee in San Diego County and you know, but I'll tell you at our nursery people asking on Mingo, Um you know, different other kinds of my persimmons and a wide range of fruit, pineapple. If you get any pineapple, believe it or not, there are pineapples, and they do No. I mean, they're not easy as we talk about coffee, you know that maybe isn't the easiest thing. And would you ever want to grow for production? No, But if you're home gardener and that what you want to grow, you can't know what it be. No, John's got the win thing going. And you were talking about growing coffee commercially. What about just for yourself really easily be able to do it easily, right? She had a patio. It be very active, so I could grow coffee. Absolutely. Because I'm protected. I've got that very small, protected area. Yeah, you would be able to grow coffee pretty well. So you know, I'm Tim Water. Who you Stone Plug connection planted a maker of coffee in Bonsall, and I sent him a text this week. That just said Hey, Hey, Happy New Year, Tim. How's the coffee doing? And he said, the 40% or 60% of the trees that are still alive or doing great that the first year 40% froze. Wow. But the others, he said, are doing fantastic. And just getting ready to flower and set coffee beans. That's exciting. No pot of coffee grown in pots. Yeah, and you know, you asked about pineapple There's on Facebook. One of the groups is, I think San Diego gardening is that the one that Nan Sterman has yes and Somebody on their posted a picture of the pineapple. They just harvested here in San Diego, and Dana says, Let's grow coffee. You can grow, Cho said apples and coffee container one containing what would be enough for us. I don't think you'd be able to do it e mean. Well, here's what we have here. I'm trying to picture I know. I'm not familiar with growing coffee. What it looks like you're gonna get started. But here's the thing about growing coffee is that and I didn't know this until just a couple years ago, But the coffee being before it's harvested has a red pulp covering it. So it looks like a red berry. Okay? And then the being is inside, right? You can eat that Berry, and it has the same effects is drinking coffee. So it's a sweet berry with caffeine. And if what, but it's covering what will be the hard seat of the car that you have roast. The coffee is the seed. The coffee cream. It's crunchy. No inside the sea. It's a cherry. Okay. It's like eating a cherry. Less flesh. OK, so you eat the cherry sweet and you spit out the pit. Well, imagine if that pit was coffee pits of coffee bean. Then you can go grind it up. Right? Well, you have to roast it right. But meantime, you get the same effect from drinking coffee is by eating the beans, not eating the beans, but the fruit. Yeah. Yeah, I think I'm I said Cherry. They're definitely not a sweet as a cherry. But as John said, they actually have a good flavor. Um, soprano, Sell those. You know, a little bit Well, the bean is more valuable than the free exactly. Z'ha'dum. You would want people to collect this. There's pits that they give him back to you. Give them back. We're gonna make coffee exactly. Well, it that Z better than where some coffee where they make the caddy didn't write it out. Poop coffee, I think to start. I'm sure different kinds of Yeah. Everybody likes their own coffee their own way. Exactly. Exactly. Okay, So whatever you got on your mind questions, comments on Facebook live. You want to talk more fruit? You want to go in a different direction? You want to grow coffee when I talk about pineapples, papayas? Somebody there, saying that friend grew a papaya plant until frost event..
"fuyu" Discussed on The Radio Show
"I some coaching has to come into the. This is dan. Quinn took us to a super bowl. Way deeper than we have to says. Chris chandler right. Yeah that was worth fluke year when we went with the dirty birds and jemaah edison and that was a fuyu. We made it back. Where backward chris chandler. Let me where. Dan quinn right and then quit hetty won. The super bowl would still be the head. Coach of the atlanta falcons today. But it's hoped the super bowl the way and then you you lose you go the next three seasons and a three out of four seasons you start the seasons off as owen. Seven one seven six six or five this year. The nasa problem right like you hindering the team at some point last year. Not this year to just have you know the twenty nineteen. We started off own six and then one last like six out of seven games or something like that. That's up your draft pick. We picking like twelve or thirteen because they wanna win at the end of the year when it doesn't matter you know what i'm saying 'cause they fired for dan quinn job like that hurt us. I'm not saying every team to tank but at some point season when you ain't winning no games you gotta fucking no. It's time to let it go. They are just at least tell you. You ain't gonna make the playoffs. We wasn't gonna make the playoffs with fucking tampa bay like come on. I mean that tampa bay but fucking new orleans. I was killed in the last year and even issues like y'all have. Y'all gotta do like y'all got to make some changes bro. It's he the head coaching or offense coordinator or defense corps david or both make all three like at. What point does sean payton. Keep getting the past because she he did in the past well winning they want it. Gets you equity up to a point like you. Just saw the eagle fire. Doug peterson he just wanna superbowl bowl hosted that was bullshit that with the equal. That's as bad on shipping again. It's bad ownership because the owner is fucking. You know beholden to these people like the quarterback and to fucking general manager. When general manager should've went who should fire. He has mismanaged that team tremendously. Make pass on decay. Metcalf done deal done deal for me. That was done deal for me. You know what i'm saying but even still that's a bad one organization. The saints are not a bad owned or organization right. Y'all got a good jim. Y'all got that's why we picked y'all assistant jim to come and fuck with us. I feel like.
"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"29th glad to have you along. Guess who's here? Here. It's our favorite. Retired college Horticultural Professor Debbie Flower. Hello. Good morning. Wait a minute. I put potted up the road there. You're very on there You are my microphone. Thank you very much. You're welcome. How was Thanksgiving? Quiet. Yeah, I have a lot of turkey. I bought a big turkey thinking my son and his wife were coming and we'd all eat it. And then I'd give him some, you know, to take home and But we in the interest of not spreading cove it because he goes to work every day. Um Then he started our bubble. You lives in San Jose. We He didn't come. So I cooked a big dirty. Yeah. Yeah, And I Cut it in half and froze half of it. Do you want our turkey soup recipe? I have one. Yes. And I made a different a turkey and vegetable thing last night, And yet there's gonna be lots of took in our future. Yeah, we went through our £2 of turkey. We actually bought wisely. Yes, yes, that had I put Thought about it enough. I was talking to a friend and she said it was just seeing her has been for Thanksgiving as well. And but she brought a turkey home and her husband said. Why did you buy a turkey? She said. I was Was there and just everybody was put in Turkey's in their card. It was sort of like toilet paper, It becomes addictive. Yeah, there's a run on Turkey's, but there were a lot more Turkey sold this year because more people Did it separately had Thanksgiving dinner separately. So cooked their own turkey. What they ran out of quickly because I follow these trends were small turkeys. Yes, I Yes, I got a bigger one than I wanted because there weren't any small ones. Exactly. Yep. So that's the way it goes. Did you have anything for dinner from the garden? Just lie just become well. There's lettuce in the garden and charred and my one parsnip is still still there, and some carrots are coming up. I think some of the carrots in the well I made stock afterwards in the in the stock were from the garden. Yeah. But none of it for dinner. No. All right. Okay. You did, though. Yeah. Yeah, we'll talk about it. Well, I talked about during the first hour, but I will gladly rehash the event. I will even bring up the picture to remind me on Facebook of exact. Okay, I saw that picture is beautiful. It's colorful, healthy. Fresh. Well, That's the beauty of the garden. It's all healthy. Yeah, I mean, as far as that goes, so that's nice. Um There's a very nice picture Jeannie took of everything there was in that. Simmons Fuyu persimmons which are very good. I had some the me who WASI mandarins. Some of those were in our cranberry sauce. Sorry. Okay. So you did. It was just for my garden from your garden. Yes. Okay. Sweet Bell peppers are still out there. And, of course, the Thanksgiving tomatoes now, even though there Cherry tomato variety, Sweet million and a slightly bigger variety. Gardeners delight They're still fresh tomatoes. And I got to tell you, I'll tell you again. I was just savoring the aroma and the flavor of fresh tomatoes for Thanksgiving because I know it's going to disappear soon, and it's just Roma's huge Yeah, it is and greens. Lots of greens, including cell tous leaves, chard lettuce. There's some spinach in there. And P c P p leaves from the P leaves from the snow peas. Uh huh. And, uh, the sturgeon flowers? Yes. Just for the color and their little spicy. Aren't they? A little bit? Yeah, but mixed with other things like P leaves. They're not bad. Oh, yeah, I know. I don't think it's a bad boy. But yeah, not in the south to see had spice and some crunch and crunch. The Celtics is very good for crunch. All right, so, yeah, No, it was. It was a very good meal. Got a garden question. Give us a call The numbers 916921 15 30 or 808 34 15 30. Tell you what are you thankful for? What? Are you grateful for him? Grateful for my health? Yes, for my my kids. Talk to me. My adult Children. Here you go. My sister's I also talked to me. Well, there you go. Yeah, All right. Yeah, I have friends, even though I can't see them very Frequently, um my garden my time outside our beautiful weather. Um many things our scary, beautiful weather. It's too nice. It's too nice. Yeah, it's gorgeous man. Is it gorgeous? But, yes, we need some rain, and that's You know, I don't want to dwell on that. But that's are going to be our demise. Yeah, Uh, so put lots of organic matter on your soil. The number one the thing. The thing that holds moisture in soil is organic matter, right? So if you build up the organic matter, content by just putting the arborist ships on the surface and let them rot over time and do it again and let them rot over time it the life in the soil will bring that organic matter down into the soil and Then when we do get moisture in the in the rain when we get rain, it will more of it will stay in the soil. Yep. Neighbor Vicky asked me yesterday. Why are you breaking my lawn? And I said, Because I want your leg. You want your leaves? I want your oak leaves. And I had my metal trash can and my string trimmer with may. Okay, So as I'm dumping little piles into the metal trash can I'm putting the string trimmer down there and grinding them up even smaller. And by the time I was done, it was amazing if I had not Chip those leaves or shredded those leaves. It probably would have filled that metal 32 gallon metal trash can twice but as a result of doing it a little bit at a time. That can was only maybe half full at the very end. When what would have been a huge pile of leaves to begin with. Well, yeah, I have with the wind we had on Thanksgiving. I was watching the leaves Come off of my my pinoke and myself, Cova. And fly across the yard. But there's there are huge piles and my husband is Blowing them off the driveway. I want to move them, but you know, that's a that's a marital thing. Um, but he's been hinting that he wants one of those vacuum shredder things. Having plate. Excuse me, having played with an electric one. I just don't like the idea of hauling around 100 ft. 12 gauge electrical Extension cord throughout a yard to blow leaves and then vacuum them, although I must say it does do a very good job shredding them. Inside. I thought for sure that The middle blades that are inside the electric one, which I believe, was it an echo? All right. I forget, anyway, um If I thought for sure that a corns would sort of slow it down a little bit, But it didn't. Oh, yeah, yeah, I have a couple of planters that I haven't watered enough and so they're fairly empty. Every day I go out one day went out. There's a circle a circle in the center, a ditch, you know, low spot, and there's two way corns in it. And I went back by later that day and their three corners, innit squirrels or busily planting my planter rains all have baby baby Pin oaks. Yes, I've seen the ground. Squirrels are ex. Excuse me, Tree squirrels. If they were ground squirrels, they wouldn't be here. But the trees girls were no sniffing around the raised beds and doing something and I can't imagine what they're doing. They're candy corns? Yep. Yeah, and the dogs are now getting tired of running down the stairs, going outside and chasing squirrel. Every time I yell squirrel, it's like Run down the stairs. They look out the window. I don't see anything and they come back up and I have to convince the go downstairs. Go outside there squirrels out there. And I believe in you anymore there. Yeah, well, they keep running to the same spot in the squirrels are always someplace else. Squirrels? Yes, This girl's my cats have had cats to chase girls. But the cats aren't near fast enough. So they chased a squirrel in the scroll. Stop and turn around and look on bringing it exactly. They don't Speaking of squirrels and eight quarts the uh oh, Grove. It Davis Arboretum has many, many different types of oak trees, and they don't all produce the records at the same time. But last week, somebody called in a road in or whatever, and asked about around a corns, and it occurred to me as I was listening to Warren Rubber speak as I was driving in that that's a place to haunt. If you want really pretty acorns for your decorations. They've all different kinds, because they're all different kinds of folks there. And Warren said, as long as they're on the ground, go ahead. Yeah, I took my kids. They're 11 day when they were young. And we had we had a grand time. Yeah. Other places too. And I've been thinking about that question too. And that guy called in and.
"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Jimmy Jack. No Bull. Welcome back. It's the KFBK garden show Pam Bone Master gardeners here We're going to talk frost and freeze and trees and And all sorts of stuff and I'm giving Pam a minute to finish chewing on a dried persimmon, which I didn't write totally on purpose on purpose, and it's the best persimmon. You've dried yet. Excellent there. There's still a little bit of a crunch to it. But there's a chewiness. It's not too dried out. Excellent. And these were the Fuyu, The Fuyu Persimmon, the Dehydration recipe calls for drying it at 140 degrees for two hours and then dropping the temperature to 130 for six hours and ah, Instead of doing six sided five. And that really helped. That was just enough. Perfect. Excellent. I know. I have to admit it's kind of nice coming to be on the show because I'm going home with some goodies to like. What's that? Peach preserves? Yeah, the peach preserves, Pepper and our Pepperell. Yes. So the gifts from the gardeners Pasar Mount here, Vote Really? It's great. It's great. And the birds in the garden calendar from workman publishing. I know I love it. I love lovely parting gifts for all our contestants. I'm a contestant here. No, I I really enjoyed birds in the garden. I feed birds. I have burned a couple of different bird feeders that air squirrel buster types are not allowing. Schools to get in there because we have lots of squirrels, and I keep fresh water for them. What are the best water things I ever found? I could not get him to use a bird bath water thing to save my life. I've had five different incarnations put all over the landscape. They've never used it. I finally got this Mason jar with a little metal tray that screws on to the bottom and they absolutely you said every single day to drink water out of the campaign in it, but It just hangs right near the feeders. And they use it everyday. I found it at a old when Orchard supply Ah, hardware don't no, no, no, not that one. The orchard whatever the other one was all the orchard supply torture the other one, the chain when we had proposed to the one that always smells like dyas and yes, it did always smelled like fertilizers and chemicals. And and they had so Anyhow, the boy, we really go back a long way. We have to talk about that. Because that hasn't been there and heard what 30 years at least, but anyhow, yeah, they just love it. If this mason jars painted green, how big a mason jurors just a regular court Mason jar with a wide mouth mason jars. Somebody could make it themselves. I'm not kidding. You have to keep it topped off all the time. No, what you do is it's turned upside down into a little tray that the water it's like those self waters for cats and dogs, except for on a miniature scale. In a glass Mason jar, and it has a little metal tray and it's just low. I don't know happened worth of water that collects there and the birds love it. Absolutely love it. They come to it constantly. How wide is the trade? Maybe inch and a half across two inches on all sides. Yeah, it's just around its round around trade that you screw on. It's like sticking a ah, a lid on but it hangs down. It's It's really to take a picture that said to you because it's fabulous. You should put it right. If you put it and hung it out here with your beautiful on, you would see the bird's using it. Yeah, That's a point. I could see it. I do have a birdbath over on the other side that they use a lot O You have a bird bath that they actually used as a birdbath and to drink out of it. It's fabulous. It's a fountain. The kind of thing they like the sound of moving water. I think they're attracted to it because of the sound of moving water. I know I got jealous. The last time I was here that I could go outside and see everything. I looked at that. And when I came home and said to my husband, you need to build me. You need to do something. I need a fountain. I love that about sorry, Mike. What's answer Some questions here. 916921 15 30 or 808 34 15 30 Rick in Carmichael. Thanks for hanging in there. What's up? Hello, guys. Morning. Good morning. I have an area along the house, and what I want to do is plant grass for the areas. I'm thinking of turning it over and planets and grass, But it's a low son area, especially this time of year. Almost no son, part of it. I've understood and heard that the fall is a good time to plant grass, but it's not going to get much sun for a while, um, like springtime, and even that time the year just because it's close, it's between the garage and the fence and there's perv. Quit it and some great violence such growing up so just creates a lot of shade. So the question is is a good time. Plants feed. What sort of a seed kind plant that doesn't need a lot of sun, and it's kind of tough. Um, And what should I maybe amended soil with? No. Yes, And it was going to say yes. It's a great time to plant and no, you cannot plant there Any kind of a grass. It will not grow. Well, wait a minute. No with freezing temperatures on the way that one wouldn't get off to a very good No, no, I mean, it's the wrong time of the year for the window of opportunity has passed. It really is. It's too cold on the soil and starting to quote, you know, Fred, you take soil temperatures all the time, and you're probably starting to know. Is that they're going down 56 to 59, right? And But you know what I know from personal experience about dealing with lawns and shade. I have thought one special one particular area of my lawn in the front and I keep swearing. I'm going to take out the whole on. We finally did take out the most shaded area. We've tried every kind of lawn seed known to man and And fescue is the creeping the reds. Everything and nothing will grow there. It's just too shady and what you're describing. I wouldn't try it. I would go with some sort of Ah, ground cut a shade loving ground cover or perennial or something else. This is a traffic lane. Kind of that goes along here, though. So now I'm gonna have thinking that. I mean, I was thinking about putting stone down even you know, Pistone for stepping stones. Oh, yeah, that would be perfect. Stepping stones would look great. Yeah, right. You don't have to mow stepping stones, right? But I don't want to step down this entire area or briquettes or anything like that, You know, but put stepping stones. Right, but put stepping stones where you walk. Put that where you walk so that you have a pathway so that you can put plants on either side and you can go with things like liriope ce that looks sort of grass like Oh, pl liriope. Yeah, he spelled it. Did you hear that? Yeah. And Dad about Scotch Moss. And, well, Scotch. Moss is so hard to managing our heat in Sacramento. I don't know that's that's one thing I tried loving ground covers. Oh, I know I can take traffic, right? No, don't take traffic. You have to use the stepping stones. You you? I don't want you walking all over this stuff as best you can. But there are lots of things that you kind of a utility pathway area. This binary So you're gonna have wheelbarrows going through it in whatever trash cans. Maur goes back and forth that way from front to back. You know, it's a traffic area overall. Yeah, And it's not a not something that I need to have looked pretty or anything like that needed to be not muddy and in the winter, not dusty. In the summer. I think you need to call a concrete truck..
"fuyu" Discussed on KCRW
"Pastry chef at Toto, where you can get her cream puffs in Echo Park. Ryan Ramones is part of Ramon's family farm where Gemma is buying her purse Emmons this week. And Ryan. You and your family grow a huge variety of fruits and vegetables up into Larry County. Tell us how many acres you have and how your family got into growing. Yeah, It's about seven acres. My father You wanted to have his own farm on DH about 22. Almost three years we started. He got the land and he quiz Oh, job. And here we are. So that was just two or three years ago. We probably got the farm before. But my mom wants me, my Billy to finish school. So everything they're doing now It's for for me, my bill and our for our family's pretty cool. So you have a number of fruit trees on the farm, including persimmons. Tell us about what variety you grow. The variety. I grow percentages called for you. It's this small. Almost looking punking, almost tomato looking, but it's orange, and it's It's so good the flavor for percent. It's almost like a punking. If you ever like punk and spies, they can't find a punk in anywhere. Persimmons are good substitute when we come to the market, and we're picking out our Fuyu persimmons. What are we looking for? Oh, you look for the orange. Yeah, If it's more orange or even the darker is it's it's a little more riper. Like something you could you like, Like really hard like an apple. It's It's almost like a Fuji. Apple is Chris is sweet. You can also wave for it to get soft. That's really, really get Teo. Well, no, I think it's as best when it's kind of soft, Just like a A soft, like pair. Yeah, just like that. And when we get home, shall we put them in the refrigerator? Leave Matt on the counter. If you want him to write, and I was just leaving the Karen there for a couple days. Just check on them, and it's a nice decoration too. It's like a mini punking. Yeah. And to keep a longer Yeah, I'll keep it in the fridge. They'll ask about a couple of weeks there before I let you go. I have to ask you about your other crops because you're also quite well known for all the Asian vegetables you bring. Maybe you can pick one vegetable That's on your table today. That's unique to you and.
"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We have some tips for you. So you don't do something stupid, like burn down your house. Thank you. All right. What you do in the garden this past week? Well, my mantra this time of year is make Rome For the fall garden. And the last of the zucchini. We said good bye to yesterday. And we harvested to zucchinis from it. So getting a zucchini on October 31st, I think is a major accomplishment. This particular variety was the dark green, a very common variety. You confined it from C just about anywhere. In fact, to tell you the truth, I think I bought these seeds. Last May at WalMart, but dark green easily available and it lasted the longest. It did get Parte son. It wasn't full, full sun. It did get parts son, especially of warning hours. But you know it did just fine. It's a Bush type plant. Their vigorous they produce early. The fruit are straight smooth. Sort of a modeled dark green with flesh that has a pale green tent. Excellent flavor, and you can, of course harvested at any size. But if you have ever grown zucchini, you know that they taste best when you harvest them when they're about six inches long, maybe eight inches long. Before that area after that, if you let them go because they kind of hide underneath those big leaves. They get up to the size of baseball bats. So what do you do when you have baseball bat zucchini? Well, One thing you can't do is barbecue the strips. Ah, one recipe online says to Quarter zucchini lengthwise, though zucchini boats that you may find hidden And with skin left on, coat them in olive oil, season the taste and then grill them until tender but firm and generally that's about five or six minutes. Turning once in the middle of and it's It's very tasty. Maybe a little pepper, maybe little salt or whatever herbs you want. And you can you can barbecue those boats and they taste just fine so anyway. It was a nice zucchini season can't say the same for tomatoes. Although if you have tomato plants left, I would imagine that if they are producing they are cherry tomatoes or small tomatoes. And if you do have a big size tomatoes still producing Shoot me an email to Fred at farmer fred dot com. It's not that I don't believe you. It's that with the weird weather we had this summer basically record heat. We had 90 degree degree days that broke records in August, September and October, the number of days each month that were over 90 degrees. All set records in our area, and that meant a rather premature demise to many of our Ah! Main season tomato plants. Cherry tomatoes, though, tend to keep on producing the grape sized tomatoes tend to keep on producing. And so I'm hoping that we do have AH. Cherry tomatoes for Thanksgiving. I'm hoping I don't know. All right, so yeah. What else did we do in the garden? We took out the zucchini plant. There was some Known zinnias. They were starting to fall over, but they're still blooming. So we just Ah proved out the ones that were kind of falling over. Put him in a bouquet brought him insides and you still look great. Outside. They're doing fine and the highlight of the week though the highlight of the garden weak Was harvesting the first of the Fuyu persimmons of the season. I love Fuyu persimmons. They're just so tasty. And you can tell when they're ready. I mean, you feel that you should actually harvest them when they are firm. But sometimes if they haven't fully colored up yet, and you harvested and you taste it tastes like chalk. When they're ready. They don't taste like chalk. Kind of sweet And indeed, these were kind of sweet and make him even sweeter. I took four or five of them, sliced him into quarter inch to a half inch slices. Put him on the dehydrator. And Yes, I did bring snacks. I have the container of dried persimmons sitting next to me. I will wait until a commercial before I eat them because I know how many of you are thrilled Anytime I eat on the air, so I won't do it this time. But yeah, it's persimmon season And if you if you have a dehydrator, you should have a dehydrator. And you don't have a persimmon tree, Go to a farmer's market and buy some by a half dozen. Slice him up. Put him on your dehydrator. It's a tasty treat. It's a healthy treat. And it'll dissuade you from eating all those peanut butter cups that were left over from last night when you only had 50% of the normal number of trick or treat er's welcome to the club. We'll take a short break for news. When we come back. We're talking generator safety. And what you khun dude to ensure that you don't burn down your house and ensure that your generator keeps running when you need it. In case the power goes off Bradgate from Gabi's power equipment coming up at nine o'clock as we continue with the KFBK garden show here on news 93.1 kfbk Hiring could be challenging, but zip recruiter makes it fast and easy. We talked to Monica Starks, who needed to hire for her company, G s group. As the owner of a construction company. Finding the right people is very difficult..
"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"KFBK Garden show. Glad to have you along Fred here and joining us on the telephone. He's the manager of Fair Oaks Boulevard Nursery in Carmichael. He's also a Sacramento County master gardener. He works in the orchard out there at the Fair Oaks Horton Center. And that's why we're going to talk with Quentin Young. Find out some fall fruit and nut tree care tasks. Tio take care of because there's plenty to do in the Garden. October is a busy busy month. Q. How are you? I'm good, Fred. How you doing? I'm doing fine. I'm glad you could spend some time with us today. Here and over on get growing on ksd. Good. Ah, We were, um I noticed that over in the orchard area at the Fair Oaks Horticulture Center, your team releases a list of tasks that you do. Not every Wednesday, but on on many Wednesdays and it looks like October is kind of a busy month out there in the orchard. It is, Yeah, I mean, really, every month is busy, but luckily in October, we switch from working every Wednesday to working every other Wednesday, so the workload isn't as bad as it is during the summer, But there's lots to do because we're Not just winding down from summer, but we're also getting ready for winter exactly, And just to clear up any misconceptions, the Pharaoh's horticulture center is closed. To the public because of the covert 19 situation, and that sort of that sort of impedes the team work schedule and work progress because everybody out there the master gardeners who work in the orchard and in the other areas at the Pharos Horticulture Center to keep it going and thriving. You have to maintain your social distance. You have to wear a mask. You have to bring your own equipment and You have Tio Basically do what everything else you do in society. Exactly what you have to follow all the covert protocols, but it is closed to the public. We make sure we maintain our distance. Luckily, it's outside. But we all wear gloves. We wear masks. We make sure to. Ah, clean off any equipment to retouch. Um, So we follow all of those protocols, but it was very difficult earlier. Um, because there was just quite a few master gardeners who weren't even allowed to come to the heart center, So we didn't get behind, but we've gotten caught up. And we're kind of really looking forward to hopefully next year being able to have some public events again. And that's where it stands right now. It's Ah, there won't be an October Open house or a November December workshop. Maybe sometime in 2021. I would imagine. I don't know what we don't know. Nobody knows. Yeah, but that you know our biggest Joy is working with the public learning from the public teaching the public, So it's just been this year has been really tough, but we're still getting everything done that we need, Teo. All right. Let's talk about some of the tasks that go on at your orchard there at the Fair Oaks Horticulture Centre, as well as what people should be doing in their own yards with fruit and nut trees. And I think one of the things that I'm looking forward to is harvesting some persimmons. But I would imagine the persimmons there aren't quite ready yet. Not quite ready. But now is the time to start testing. You know, it's a nursery. We've got lots of new you and the Chia persimmons for sale. So I try to bring them in early because one persimmon season hits that's nobody wants to buy a persimmon tree. So we do have lots of those in the nursery at the horse center. We do start monitoring them. We have sort of a fruit ripening charge. So we'll start checking to see you know, some of them might have been sunburn. We did some branch pruning to keep the tree's smaller Azari usually do. We do that once a year, Usually last year. We actually put nylon socks on a lot of the persimmons because we were experimenting to see if that would keep Squirrels away because what often happens with persimmons is you'll have this really beautiful looking crop. And then one day you go out to harvest and mostly all be gone. Um, So by putting those they're called maggot barriers basically like little nylon forties and that seemed to help but this is the time where we start monitoring Christian and start looking to see when they're going to be ripening. And the same goes for pomegranates, apples and pears to alright, sticking with persimmons for a second, and is it necessary to thin persimmons? We've never really send the fruit, but we do prop up heavy branches. You know those of the branch props are really easy to make. And then, like I said, we do thin some of the you could almost refer to them as a water sprout some of those branches we do try to keep the trees a little bit smaller, but we don't really thin the fruit that much. What if you've got three pieces of fruit that I mean by now they're nearly full sides. It's just a matter of coloration. At this point. What if you have three pieces of fruit that are so close? They're touching each other. Doesn't seem to be a problem because it doesn't seem to be really an insect pests that moves from fruit to fruit like that, like you would have with what they called Le Mok with apples or pears, so you might just want to prop up the branch. That's basically what we do with the heart center. Is there a problem, though, with the fruits touching each other that you might have some uneven ripening. Doesn't seem to be And usually if it's a big fruit like a chia, most of those Khun B counter ripened anyway, so you could maybe take off the middle fruit and set it on your kitchen counter. And see if you can get it to ripen inside. Okay. Excuse me a second. I have to say something to my wife. You say you didn't have to thin the perceptions. After all, they're OK. Oh, man. Now I'm in trouble. But there's still plenty left PR person more. Fuyu Persimmon is only three years old. Ah and It's just gotta it had this year. It has this year just Ah, Ah, wonderful harvest Last year, its first year of production, there were 22 pieces of fruit. There is easily twice that this year, so it's looking good. Good. I'm glad to hear that. You have at least 22 left. I think. OK, now you you mentioned that you have them for sale at Fair Oaks Boulevard Nursery. You might explain the difference for people who don't know the difference going to fool you and Ah Hachiya. To the who you are the flatter persimmons. They often are referred to like You could eat them fresh like the same way that you would an apple a little bit.
"fuyu" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
"From you earner. But We'll years ago as description. I'll steal it No. I. There's a farm called willoughby farms and we did an interview with them and they were talking about how? The first year they started 'cause they do a lot of CBD hemp products. So they they do grow. They'd do both THC and CBD. But they're one of the farms that did grow real good quality CD. or I should whatever ham it's all the same cannabis But what they said is that the first year they started because they started so quick and jumped in. So quick the used salt nutrients. And just random and they said, they got like on their ham they would get like three to four percent Turpin. The next year they switched over to a full living soil inoculation beneficial's fungus. organic nutrients and it it almost tripled the chirping content. Yeah. Happy Plant Produce. So one in the Michael. Matters a lot towards producing better medicine because you're you're the threats to the plant. Are Not just you know what's in the air, but definitely the soil you're pulling from, and if you care for that hill and it's a healthy soil, it's gonNA produce better medicine. No question about that actually. One of the challenges that I find that some of the hydroponic stuff is, how do you you know what supposed to go in there and what? What's your Mickan frank to a lot of the people who are using? Fuyu. Dini it's not recreational. No, it's he really madison serious. Health. Problems We can't use this in any public format. The part of the reason that I got this is my wife is a paediatric therapist. She teaches children with seizures. I, I've gone to funerals, the kids they're all the. Children with these disorders to the we all make the childhood. Seizure can do great damage every every your does brain damage and we your can kill you and need kids are having hundreds of years the day. Right the same it got me into CB was. There was something that could reduce an views it would be safe. And the various stuff and the entire market. There's a lot of unscrupulous people selling stuff to who really this ship.
"fuyu" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Redness in the Boston ideas is similar. Well, it's called out and track knows it's a fun guy Fungus and I would treat it I don't think I would worry about it right now, because those know the pears. They're just coming into being right and you'll probably be picking the ones just as they start before they fall. And before they were. Yeah, Parrish, there's something you don't leave on the tree to ripen. You harvest them off the tree. So that's the big mistake. A lot of people make. If you harvest them while you know, and they turn yellow along the tree. You're going to get a grainy p a pear. But if you harvest them off the tree just before they arrived, then they'll ripen on the tree and the will be better OK? Uh, good. Good point. Thank you. That's what I'm here for. You. Okay? Linda, Thank you so much. You take care, Joanne and Palo Alto High. Hi. How are you? Yes, I'm calling to ask you a problem with the squirrels. They're going after the Fuyu persimmons still green as grass. Oh, yeah. Karen Flores and find the seeds. All this green Hornet, Bart, There's I mean women all over the ground, OK, I have a solution that tree last year. All you have to do Joanne squirrels and rats and mice and all those have receptors in their mouth that repel hot stuff. So spray the fruit with Tabasco sauce. Oh, no. Okay and his four teaspoons per court and you just go around spreading the fruit. They will absolutely leave it alone. More cake for court. Her court, okay? Okay, good. It's a wonderful situation to watch the squirrels go up. Take that one bite. They'll never come back. That's wonderful. And another thought that I do have another thought. I do have squirrels. You know, during the day they are a daytime kind of thing. And so if you can do something, like spray them with a fire hose or something like that, That's another way to keep him out of your yard. Okay. Oh, I'm Dia ballot. Logical. I've been there. Done lion, okay? I got one teeny little novel that has a little tiny old and it shoots like a fire. There you go, and you squirt him and they don't come back. I had there was a place in San Francisco where I was did some consulting work. On DH. This little squirrel came in, and she happened to have one of those little funny hoses with that you were talking about, and I just washed the hell of out of him. And he never came back. Never had a problem again. So there you go, Joanne. Thank you so much, Bob. Yeah, they're all right. Thank you. Meeting is in Burlingame. Hi there, Mimi. Hello. How are you? I have some trouble with my bay Laurel tree, which is the baby of a tree and then believe the edge grow up in turn yellow. I look under that is some books under leave and sticky. And I think I have some insects issue with my tree. Yeah. Now, maybe. Can you describe the leaf just to leave? Just take a leaf offer? Look at a leaf. And there you have little bugs on the bottom of the leaf is that when I understand, and then they go up and turned yellow to okay, well, so the bug is their first and then they start to do the damage. I think you have white fly or something similar that I'd go out and get some spin A sad one of my suppliers is ah Bonne Ide, which produces Captain Jack's Bug brew, and it's available in all nurseries in California. So do that and spread, and that's it is buzz. Spin. A sad is an organic material, and I don't want to go into the story right now. But it's a really very good product. So you might want to take a look. I okay. I did tried Captain Spray. It doesn't work, and then I look, I look. They looked up and he was the third season. I think it's something I look it up. I think it's something called a too sucker. That could be, But I think most likely I have something like that because I saw the picture online, but I don't know how to treat it. They didn't see it. Okay, It's my other solution, Mimi. Send me a picture of it. Can you do that? Go to Bob tandem at ol dot com. Bob t any, um, at a well dot com Send me a picture of that, and I could probably give you a better answer. OK, OK, thank you Have a name weekend, but I Okay, But we're going to take a little break right now and get back paying for all of this stuff that I put out every Sunday morning. Anyway, this is Bob Tandem in the garden. Talk radio 5 60 ended his KSFO. Little that I know. When I joined Kaiser Permanente that it would be on my top 10 list for what has made this year. Agree. I can see my position. I could be referred to the lab. I can then be referred to the pharmacy on the same building. You've got it all..
"fuyu" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast
"Get quick, quick snippet here, and then, of course the episode is going to end with our ultra music, but before that we will be playing some party games and board games, and it's going to be a lot of fun so all that and so much more. Around the corner you know and I? Think I think he should keep listening. I think I think you made a good choice. Click on this podcast. GOOFING grubbing game. is where you want to be. You know what I mean and. And! You're right place, so let's get that. Let's get in it. Of people trying to tell you the world is round. It's very annoying when they turn to all those scientists and they come at new with facts and data. It's no secret that the government lies to you and also people. Therefore there's no way the sowings. Community is telling the truth. It's not just NASA that's line, but every space program here at the flattest Earth. We go that next step. It's not enough to let. People know that the world is flat. We need to expose all of the signs, programs and not just Nassar. Once everyone realizes where right in the world is flat, and all the agencies and governments have lied to us then people will definitely swipe right on our profile. Join our effort or just wipe right. All Right Fuyu lands it is time to get into that social media poll, but before we do want to give a quick shout out to some of the made it into this poll I meant to shut him out earlier in the episode, but I was just so hype on the Intro I started talking about other stuff I just want to give some special attention to Josh from prospect park in PA. Reading here from him later in this poll. He's one of the I saw. His name was one of the commenters We made it through on and. Good. And comments ally and I'm glad that he made the cut of comments that we're going to focus on this episode. And he's just got thorough answers. Always Fun to read, and I just appreciate the patronage, so thank you josh for your support so. With that said, let's get into the topic at hand. The reason, maybe one of the reasons that clicked on this episode favorite cereals, so I asked on facebook. What's your favorite cereal? And why and oil boy the the numbers of the Foo Bula Nation? They did not disappoint kicking it off. We got Calvin from Lancaster Pennsylvania. What is up Calvin? Manguson much for commenting and he says. frosted flakes their. Light. Smelled exactly how Tony was so perhaps the Calvin on. Great spelling. I think a lot of people in spelling. Bee might get that wrong now. Youth think it's important as what you ask us in a sense because of his that that you know there's like nine hundred gs in their or are excuse, only one Jay. That's what people get tripped up. In any case Calvin.
"fuyu" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast
"Get quick, quick snippet here, and then, of course the episode is going to end with our ultra music, but before that we will be playing some party games and board games, and it's going to be a lot of fun so all that and so much more. Around the corner you know and I think I think he should keep listening. I think I think you made a good choice. Click on this podcast. About goofing grubbing gaming is where you want to be. You know what I mean and. And you're right place, so let's get that. Let's get in it. Of people trying to tell you the world is round. It's very annoying when they turn to all those scientists and they come at new with facts and data. It's no secret that the government lies to you and also people. Therefore, there's no way the sowings. Community is telling the truth. It's not just NASA. That's line, but every space program here at the flattest Earth. We go that next step. It's not enough to let people know that the world is flat. We need to expose all of the signs, programs, and not just Nassar. Once everyone realizes where right in the world is flat, and all the agencies and governments have lied to us. Then people will definitely swipe right on our profile. Join our effort or just wipe right. All right, Fuyu lands, it is time to get into that social media poll, but before we do want to give a quick shout out to some of the made it into this poll. I meant to shut him out earlier in the episode, but I was just so hype on the Intro I started talking about other stuff. I just want to give some special attention to Josh from prospect park in PA reading here from him later in this poll. He's one of the I saw. His name was one of the commenters We made it through on, and he's a good dude and comments, ally and I'm glad that he made the cut of comments that we're going to focus on this episode. And he's just got thorough answers always fun to read and I. Just appreciate the patronage, so thank you josh for your support so. With that said, let's get into the topic at hand. The reason maybe one of the reasons that clicked on this episode favorite cereals so I, asked on facebook. What's your favorite cereal? And why and oil boy the the numbers of the Foo Bula Nation? They did not disappoint kicking it off. We got Calvin from Lancaster Pennsylvania. What is up Calvin Manguson much commenting and he says. frosted flakes, their. Light. Smelled exactly how Tony was so perhaps the Calvin on. Great spelling, you know. Eat I think a lot of people in spelling bee might get that wrong now. Youth and it's important as what you ask us in a sense because of his that that you know there's like nine hundred gs in their or are excuse, only one Jay. That's what people get tripped up. In any case, Calvin.
"fuyu" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast
"As in texture. That's the best way to pump up the jams on flavor you know and. Get The you get the pasta. It's twisted. You know now turn up the few silly ready while silly, you know. I. Think that's a good place to start, so travis I'm with you. We with this is few silly household for sure mass, the Fuyu nation. We gotta love who silly. Thank you so much travis for that comment. We got let's see here. We got Michael from. Havertown Pennsylvania has. Absolutely dominating this poll kind of crazy How many people from there we've already? This is the third and looking ahead. We have a fourth, so this is outrageous, but. Havertown dominating with a great answers, anyway Michael From havertown was Michael thanks so much for writing, he says Spencer's Penis and Boo Pasta for the win. And sparked quite the thread on this facebook Paul because people are starting to lose their minds. They had no idea this was even real thing, and it is i. you can Google it. Not at work of course but. Yeah. and. You know. If you're trying if you're trying to make sure a, it's an adult only dish in Kathy. Keep the kids out of there. Then I. Think the Pinas Boo Pasta. A good way to go. You know as far as how to prepare I. Feel like you gotta serve it without of sauce thing that makes the most sense. you know got a white sauce for the Penis Boo Pasta. But I guess once a month. He could use a red sauce. That would make sense to some goal. Thank you so much for your comment. SUPERFUND and no idea that exist those pretty rat. Thank you so much. We have BOB from havertown. He's rounding out our our four person squad here from h town. I love to hear from him again to so this is awesome, Bob firm Hammerton says. Boo Curtin. Neely, that's not how you say. There's no l. let me try again. Boo Cantini Bucatini Beauge Tahini I. Don't know that's wrong, too. Let's do it one more time. This is an improvised show by the way. Let's do one more time. boot-cut Anini. No, there's not that many ends in is. Let's do it one more time. Bucatini Bucatini Very Bucatini Bucatini Bucatini guide it. Bob Firm Hammer town from the top. Let's go. Bucatini is hollow Spaghetti, so the sauce kids inside it. Better..
"fuyu" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast
"Why they would never eat you or anything else. Good to me, and me. I'm scared to them change in the world into being a place where we only grow vegetables, although saying that actually looking at all joking aside. They say that one of the major contributors to the global woman is cows. Yeah. I'm probably me. Yeah. And so, I guess if more of the world worldwide vegetarian, by the way, that was the connection between you and the cows ahead Vancouver, point that I that's all right. Maybe we shouldn't be scared of vegetarian. Maybe we should actually promoting just. The carnivores for many reasons global warming. And then, of course, you know, like I don't wanna be, yeah. Some lines pizza one night, you know what I mean? Like, yeah. Although I'm sure he probably wouldn't care about. Well, that's one of the more phobias is big cuts. Definitely and be kind when you guessed, this one K. You mean if I guess so far, I haven't got any I'm right? I'm not sure if you get it, right. I'm saying to be calling on your guesses. Okay. Faggot phobia. P. H. A. G Fagor, phobia, fear swallowing. How'd you know that man? That released Gaca phobia show got one. So in some cases, it can actually lead to massive weight loss and malnutrition, because of people's inability or perceived inability to swallow to know what the Greek word fag. O P, H, G O means. Eat. I shoulda figured that. Yeah. Anyway, you still get the point. I got one in one attitude. Ain't bad us fifty. That's good odds. All right, Phil phobia. This is so me the fear of not being full after Veton. No, the fear that fella, phobia. Is it with the ph? Yep. People. Not really. Anyway. It is the fear of falling in love. And or having close relationships with people occurred on hydro, onto that, just saying that is me. I'm scared by phone with me. Well, yeah, I was kinda scared because if you love somebody that person whether they know it or not, whether they wanted or not. They have the power to hurt you more than anybody else. You know got you know, but I mean, obviously they also have the power to make you happier than anyone else. But it is scary when you're going into something in your thinking 'cause I don't think that you can live, somebody don't really put your guard down. But is scary to it? Same time. Gosh, musuem. I'm scared to you. Full stop. As you should be. Philadelphia. The city backcomb is actually called the city of brotherly love. And that is, what that means earns three four three word failure, which is the beginning of Philadelphia, it actually means brotherly love, but also friendship affection, why. So what about the cheese Philadelphia cheese? No. I don't know good thought they make yummy cheesecakes. I I know. know. But But it's it's like. like we eat in brotherly love cheese. I'm very good. Well, I wonder if that's better untethered cheese. On fuller, phobia. So we get into the big words on full of. Phobias. O. P. H A, L phobia, I will give you fair God. I will give you two thousand guesses. Okay. You give them to me, but I'll give him back. What is it, it is the fear of belly-buttons? Look, you never know what's inside a bellybutton, if think about it, you can see. I mean if you're an Audi used together, see mug bellybutton. If you're an Audi it's all good. But if you're any in your deep any, as some people are you've don't know what the hell is in there. Do you. Well, major where my cocky is gone. Well. But I'm just saying you don't know what kind of crud, you know, like germs. I mean, a spider could across an air for all, you know, in the middle might while you were sleeping. I remember when we first got together being up, she Stein, did the fight. We used to get Q tips, clean Saadia, buddy. But McCue tips. Well, got to clean it. It kind of happens in the shower though. Doesn't it? You just kind of like shower at night. You don't need to use Q tips to you. Okay. How many people out there use Q tips? Anybody goes back to that whole thing that was on Twitter. Enough Ellen go about do you wash your feet. Okay. Yeah. And then somebody else in there said, well, hang on, if you don't wash your legs, does that mean you don't want your feet. It's disgust. Do you wash your legs? Please say do. Yeah. Does it? Yeah. Right. Okay. So you know one of the goals. Conan's down. I washed down to sort of my, I would say my ankles, I don't wash my feet in the shower. That's gross. Why not because I reached reach not far. I'm six foot five. You try bending over and Cuba, going out to sickness when you dip down to know too fast note, the galoshes in the way of my head when I'm trying to bend down now for stick your foot in the bathtub and wash it off, or somebody enter you don't need to because you. That's the scusi thing. You and a whole new light. When when you look down on the floor in a shower, and you've got good lava going on. And then you shut yourself off. You see all the so people earned suds in the button of the shower that is correct in my feet, getting them all smelling notion of do I have smelly feet. Well, why have smelly feet? Well, I don't know. No. Even go there. Anyway. Anyway, it doesn't matter. Feel. We will wait, wait, wait since you're on the subject of cleanliness and stuff. Why do people sometimes not ever? Use a wash cloth. I can't figure out why somebody 'cause you Hans, but your hands are not exporting you. They're just smearing the stuff. All right. So you don't use a wash cloth. Neither I I don't don't. know. Don't where where do you use it a freaking swimming pool? I mean one to lose loofah because I used one of them little nets thing ease who for this. The move for him. But okay. So the water flannels as you call them for, then what they make them. Oh, people. Oh people for what for washing because. Newsflash. You're forty six and your grandfather. So Hello Flynn. Oh, caress Ma, but. Terrif- Obea, how you spend an because all I'm Hyun a turf. Obea t you are phobia. Don't know this is the fear of cheese. The fleet of cheese while brotherly love cheese. Jeez. You said earlier that you were scared of the fact that the blue cheese is moult. Scares. Think about the fact that it is just like I cannot think when I'm eating mushroom that it's fungus. Because it just doesn't seem but think of the fact that when you're in a big it's grind up several bits of animals. Goodness knows what parts of the animals. That's okay. Is it? No. Because when I'm eating burger, I'm not sitting there thinking about Molly moo cow neither, but. At your character. No. I just made her up, so yes, she's a character. Molly moo cow is our new mascot. I think you should start doing children's stories. Molly fuck knows what the other stories. I take that back. Fear cheese a lot of times, I would see actual texture of the cheese. I don't know why it would be the texture because we'll know some people are very textual into a gag on coconut a food via 'cause I can't stand coconut. Swallow coconut, that's what I mean because of the texture of thing, but no suppose it's not weird because, you know, when you have Luxy real and you get the bits in the milk at the bottom. Yeah. Can't do that because I'm kind of expecting a nice smooth milk on, when you got a little bit to know makes you cough anyway, per phobia, spelt P A, a phobia, the fear of daddy's note who baddies, what a talion daddy's yes. Yes. Now. Yes. Kids, just keep on the Italian route sausages. Oh, fuck me. Absolutely. What you go from Salvin to sausages. I don't know this. Don't the way your folks. What is it? Of. When you said. Maybe congregations. But. Sausage stew? Oh my gosh. So it's people that are frayed of the pope. Is it people that refrain of the pope all pop ac-, okay? Okay. But also closely related to that hockey phobia, and that's the fear of saints and holy things. Nia phobia, how you spell it any o phobia Neo phobia? Do you remember us scared of new things? Excellent, Can you remember when we had scotch in about what neophyte was? Yes. That's how he knew that because I told my eye and still wisdom trip. Afo. Bia. T. R Y, peo- phobia trip, Afolabi, a-, don't know. It is a fear of small groups of holes bumps or even circles barely, but ends. I'm pope's. They don't like no, no, no, no. They don't like sponges 'cause bunch of holes in sponges plants that have seeds retrieves. Yes, was cheese in. The fear of cheese screwed and even your own muscle horrors, and, and stuff monsters. I don't know. It just says, no, none about nostrils is actually quite a common phobia, when I've not ever heard of that. And it's from the Greek word triple, which means hose, see, now that makes sense to me because I would trip you don't need to hold a trip. True. But anyway, you on the most accident prone person I've ever met me and Bryce Rupp stays this morning, ladies and gentlemen, to suddenly hia a scream from them stays, and then Bella shut up. I put myself in. I do that. A lot. Because like big is no descend phobia and ascend Fuyu. The fear of going up time. Yeah. Especially elevators later the list. I don't like lifts alligator's atole them if I have to it's if I have to lead wouldn't like the elevators at my work thing, because every once in a while one of them suddenly go and jar, and you'll your feet will come off the floor. I quite like that feeling but you don't like it. Because when we drove in, and we go over a slight incline through the country lanes. Hia. He goes down the road. I'm going. Think like butterflies spent cool. No. It's not cool. It's not. But roller coasters, not not cool. Cool, I knew Rivarolo coasters lot when we go somewhere I do decide phobia the fear of decisions making decisions. That is exactly right. Enough of the phobias now I asked you to test earlier on so that we could do our fleet archetypes, right? Check the show notes. If you want to do this yourself because we will include it in the show notes for you. The test can be done online. Did you put your Email address in the end, by the way you did? Okay. I don't know whether you have to do that, I didn't try in, but I did immediately unsubscribe. All right. Okay, fine. So but you don't have. To put it in. It'll show it to screen. What do you think my fear archetype is I'm not sure not having control of something. Right. Very good. I apparently the crash donator. So he is says that I I'm a perfectionist to likes things to be done right. Yeah. Degree with that? That's year. Yeah. You'll fear of making a mistake and having trouble, pulling the trigger definitely, you can spend too much time, researching and planning. You typically produce high quality work. Yeah. Yeah. You tend to be well organized, and you give great attention to detail. Yes for me. I think it was pretty close. Yeah. I think that's actually pretty accurate. So what was yours? Guess I don't know what the archetypes are. So I couldn't. Well, I am the outcaste, believe it or not. Okay. I am very afraid of rejection. Concede that I alpha n- pass up meaningful personal relationships, while I think that's a good thing because you've got one with me. Yes, I do. But it took a long time. You have that wasn't all your fault. You sometimes miss opportunities to Fuster valuable connections. You occasionally forfeit, chances to collaborate vote agree that you come across his fearless, and unstoppable. But it's probably just veneer, the fear of rejection lives beneath all that armor your frayed to trust others. You might also have a tendency to reject others before they do the same to you is exactly you couple of other things that says you fear rejection and often push people away in order to avoid being rejected. I, but I can also be a very effective leader. I'm self motivated, and I'm persistent and willing to take risks so good true. Like I like to true, but then when when I'm done doing the whole. Oh public thing. And I go home and I shut my door. I want to be left alone. I'm perfectly happy with that. I don't mind we all complete opposites ready when you think about it in that source sense, on your because I would be.
"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Areas of fog and then sun. Anybody who's lived here any length of time and spend the winters here knows what that means depending upon the persistency of the fog, you may only see the sun for about fifteen minutes somewhere around three o'clock. Other areas may clear out a little bit sooner. This is actually a good thing. And we'll talk on fill per cell gets here. We'll talk to him about the need for chill hours and chill units. So that you have a bountiful fruit crop in two thousand nineteen and foggy days. Do a lot to help preserve and increase chill units and chill hours as opposed to yesterday. The temperature got up to what the mid sixties. That's not a good thing for fruit. Trees in January. Also, I'm wondering if nurseries got their first wave of customers in on a sunny Saturday like yesterday asking for tomato plants, I hope not. But. Customer's. Always right. Wrong. Don't buy your tomato. Plants in January. Thank you. Or February could you wait till March. Yeah. Yeah. I know climate change. No, wait till March, April, even better, the warmer, the soil the better. All right. So the weather looking like a drive, but possibly foggy week ahead. Right. All right. A little tip. I picked up from the master food preservers newsletter from San Joaquin county and their winter newsletter regarding persimmons we've talked about this before about the foo versus the Chia persimmon persimmons are in season right now, if you go to a farmer's market, you'll probably find several vendors that are carrying persimmons, but no you're persimmons because you could be in for a rude awakening. The Fuyu versus the the food is kind of a light orange round piece of fruit. The Chia is a little bit of a darker, orange or red. And it's sorta heart or acorn shaped much bigger than an acorn. But let that be your guide because you can bite into a Fuyu and good bite into a Chia. That's still firm. And I think I mentioned this on Twitter. Speaking of old man, ranting. If you know somebody that's about to take a bite out of a firm had Chia whip out your cell phone, turn the video on and aimed at their face and watch the contortions their face goes through after they take a bite out of a firm had Chia. It is to say a stringent it's sort of like swallowing listerine if you will. And people sometimes don't have the patience waiting for the Chia to soften up to become sweet. And that's what you have to do. If you buy is you have to basically leave him out or put them on a clothesline or something like that until they're like almost drippy soft the software. They are the sweeter. They're going to be but in the master food preservers newsletter put out by the San Joaquin county master food preservers, they say you can put a Chia persimmon in a paper bag or next to pairs or bananas, and they give off ethylene gas and that'll help it ripen quicker. So on something you might wanna think about or probably an apple two for that matter. So if you want to get it to ripen a little bit quicker, those Chia persimmons stick it in something that gives off ethylene gas like a piece of fruit and stick it in a bag. All right. Okay. Why don't we come back? Let's talk to Robert Couric about Beirut trees, and how to choose them as we continue with the KFI garden show on this January twentieth on NewsRadio KF PK ninety three point one FM fifteen thirty AM and the iheartradio.
"fuyu" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"So pufferfish, they did not, you know, they weren't the first to invent to tro toxin, but to toxin is actually named after them while kind of to Toda toxin is actually named after an order of bony fish called Tetra Dont'a formulas, which includes the Puffer fish, but also porcupine fish in the big floppy ocean sunfish, they're like huge kind of flat and really goofy. Lookin' also triggerfish so altogether. It's about almost three hundred and fifty species in the order, but not all of these species have toxin. So it was named in nineteen ten actually has the principal toxin in pufferfish in obviously the principal component of of Fuyu as we as you were saying before since then it's been subsequently described in a really wide array of organisms across the tree of life. Both marine in in terrestrial organisms. Several obviously several genera- which is the genus several general of of pufferfish a habit specifically like liver and go ads the marine goby, which is another bony fish has to toxin in its skin muscles. And then even there several invertebrates marine invertebrates that also have it. So there are several species of marine flat worms. There is a trumpet shellfish, which is a different invertebrate. That has it in digestive gland. Horseshoe crabs apparently have them in their eggs, some starfish species. I should say one of the most interesting is actually the blue ring octopus that actually has it in its salivary glands. And it uses it as I you know, as its co-opted as a venom in in that species. So that's that's really interesting the coolest love blurring activists. They like take all and they're like you wanna fight with me. Oh my God. Love them. That's the first the first time ever invites you to dis. Oh my God. I love them. Very often except on this. I have a quick question chain. So okay. You mentioned that the Oregon of a lot of of where this toxin is stored for a lot of these animals, why the liver the Goan ads, the intestinal whatever system. Why why they're so that is a great question. And quite frankly, I don't think we know of there's so in doing research for this realized that there's there's a ton that we don't know about tro toxin ya in terms of how it contributes to two bio-diversity, and how the vast array of organisms that use it how they actually go about using it. Yeah. That's so cool. It's it's weird. It is very weird. Because I mean, essentially like you're talking about chemical warfare, essentially, right? I mean, you taking the super super toxic substance, and integrating it into your body in in some form or fashion and then using that as as a defense. So not only does it occur in marine organisms, but they're also terrestrial species species that live on land that use it, and this is the fibia NHS. So there are tree frog species in the genus at elopes that use a Tatan. And then it's been most commonly studied in in Newt's, some newts what are called Ruskin news earn in the genus to Rica. So they have really large volumes atro- toxin in their skin. And actually also five different genera- that of Salomon that that have to toxin. This is why. Yeah us why. Shame. I need to know. What's the deal here, bro? Well, so if I can before we get to the why the question is how. Question is that okay? We exit. So just to give you give you sort of the scale of this. We're talking about hundreds of millions of years of diversity of life. Right. So for talking about across the tree of life between you know, worms and other invertebrates and terrestrial organisms, terrestrial, vertebrates, and fish. We're talking about hundreds of millions of years of diversity. And you get these species popping up across the tree of life that all are using this chemical warfare coopting tro toxin to us as a typically as defense. Right. So they're actually two major hypotheses about where to toxin comes from. So one is in in dodge, Innis, origin. Right. So something that is, you know, genetically coded in an animal to produce atro- toxin, and there is some support for this typically comes from from the tree frogs, I mentioned that in that genus at elopes with you take those tree frog species in you bring them into like a controlled environment where you control what you..
"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The embargo if you will until they finally realized there are no more oriental, fruit flies in Sacramento county. They got them all we won't know that till June. But in the meantime, if you have backyard fruit and right now it would be citrus oranges lemons mandarins, eat them yourself. Don't distribute them throughout the area. Because just in case it might spread. The the core dean area itself is about one hundred twenty two miles of Sacramento in yolo county's. And this you may recall happened last August where they found a few oriental fruit flies in one area in south Sacramento. And so basically, they set a perimeter rather large perimeter and put up traps, and I think today, they've only found a few more, and it's all been within the area. And I think the good news is what they have found are male oriental, fruit flies, which is a good thing. So anyway, they're still trapping them. So in the meantime, you grew it now eat it. Don't give it away. Are you can process it and give it away? You could take persimmons and slice them up. Put them in your dehydrated, dry them and give them away for Christmas gifts, and that would be okay. A fruit. Fly wouldn't survive that? However, then you might get a call from a relative like I did who said, hey, I got your gift of dried persimmons. What do I do with them? Pam you eat them. What their food? Yeah. Th there from the persimmon and she says, I've never had a persimmon. Well, then it's about time you're ten years older than me. Okay. I got that out of my system. I feel better than now. So basically, it is a tasty treat I did have to explain that persimmons. Do grow on trees. And it is if you are considering planting fruit trees, what we used to call Beirut fruit trees in January there now all potted up so Beirut's kind of a misnomer. But if you're going out to choose new fruit trees, the deciduous fruit trees, basically are sticks now at nurseries you may want to consider a Fuyu persimmon as opposed to a cheer persimmon. Now, I know the hotel has its fans, but if you take a bite out of Chia that's growing on a tree. Have somebody with a cell phone camera taking pictures of you as you eat a cheer off a tree because you're gonna make some very strange faces. It's a rather astringent piece of fruit the Fuyu persimmons on the other hand can be eaten straight off the tree. Now, the can be eaten after it has undergone a thorough drying process, basically, hanging on a clothesline and wait for it to become all wrinkly. And then it's pretty good. And I think one of our listeners I was talking about this view weeks ago in one of our listeners, actually tried something. I had suggested about drying, achieves peeling them and drying them. And they're okay. They don't taste a stringent, and he tried it and it worked. So if you do efforts, she is you may try peeling them dehydrating them, and then they're good to go. They have that nice sweet persimmon flavor. But if you just want to eat fresh fruit off a tree. Go with the foo it is one of the better selling fruit tree varieties in our area. For a very good reason. It's one of the last producing deciduous fruit trees of the season producing in October, November December I noticed the farmer's markets. Still have them talking to a few vendors. They're saying that they'll probably have some insight until January, and like I say choose the food for you. If you never had a few you if you are like my sister and have never had a persimmon, then go to a farmer's market. Get yourself a Fuyu persimmons and try it. And if you have a dehydrated dry a few and try it I think you're going to really enjoy it. So yes, it is as we like to say Beirut season. But again, the term bare root is a misnomer. It used to be when you went to the nursery this time of year to pick out either fruit trees or rose bushes in January. They would all be plunged in this bed of sod. Sticks inside dust, and what was nifty about that? Was you could pluck it out of the sawdust? Look at the roots doesn't have a healthy root system. Okay. Wrap this up for me. And when they would wrap it up, they would take some of that wet sawdust put it in some newspaper, and then wrapped the root area in that wets saw sawdust newspaper, which meant that as soon as you got it home. You had to do something with it. Either plunge it in a bucket of water, which is always a good idea to let it soak up some water for a few hours before planting or immediately planted now that bare root plants both fruit trees roses are usually sold in. Containers that easily breakdown in the soil, and this is a benefit for everybody concerned for the grower. As far as shipping goes for the retailer as far as holding onto inventory for later in the season, and for you, the gardener because with these in containers like they are now all you need to do when you take it home is maybe soak that pot in a bigger bucket of water. Then cut off the bottom put some slits in the side dig a whole put it in the ground leaving that top lip of that container about an inch or so above the soil level to allow for settling and you may want to remove that top lip in order to allow water to either flow away or flow towards that tree. So it it's much easier to plant in this new day and age of the corrugated containers that they sell fruit trees in this is a benefit for retailers. Because now they don't have to go to the expense of repotting as extensively as the use to before at the end of January and February they'd have to take those all those unsold roses. And fruit trees and pop them up in their own containers with their own soil mix. Now, they're coming in a container. So they can leave him in a container for a few months. And then as soon as they are about to but out they can repot them into bigger pots and keep them around the nursery for June or July or whatever and.