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Ross Meets Roger Nygard: The Truth About Marriage

Oh No Ross and Carrie

06:08 min | 8 months ago

Ross Meets Roger Nygard: The Truth About Marriage

"Hello and welcome to Ono Rawson carry the show where we don't just report on for in science, spirituality and claims of the paranormal, but take pride ourselves Yup when they make the claims. We show up, so you don't have to I'm Ross. Blocher Book People Today. We don't have carry with us can't steal it from last week and then put her part. In I guess so. Yeah, we could just keep borrowing that audio. The other person you hearing. Hearing right now. Is None other than Roger Nygaard? If people are panicking right now, where's Gary Yeah Panic I'm sorry, but you know she's done a few episodes without me I've done some so before, too. So vacations are due for everybody. There's precedent for this. Actually. This is relevant to our conversation. Today. Carry is celebrating her anniversary with drew her intended, and we're GONNA. Be Talking about a related topics. We say we royally. We are here with. With Roger Nygaard today who you may remember if you've listened to the entire show, you were the guest for our eighth episode. Eighth Episode Ever Wow if anybody's listening and his listen to every show since then you deserve a medal. Yeah, because a lot of shows, people have, and they deserve medals. Yeah, or at least a merit badge, a ribbon. Yeah, that was back in two thousand eleven when we started and we were talking to you then about. About the nature of existence, a documentary that you had created at that time you were exploring the depths of why we're here. All these deep questions was eighty, four, eighty three. There were a lot of questions. Yeah, I had a somewhere above eighty ninety questions that I asked everybody all my interview subjects, and squeezed it all into one documentary called the nature of existence. My core question, though above all those sub questions was. Why do we exist? What is our purpose here? Why are we supposed to do big topic in I? Set out to solve it and you did age-old existentialist question philosophers have been wrestling with it for centuries and I went out and solved. You didn't give away the answer on that episode, so you still have to watch that documentary. If you want to know the answer, but it's very socratic in that you, the the what I try to do is lead the viewer in a direction, so you can make your own decision or come to a realization on your own without me. Preaching to you, here's the answer well. That's smart. Because I think you were right to resist. Giving it on a silver platter because it doesn't work that way. However, when I made my next documentary, we may talk about today. The truth about marriage at the end I just stood up and said okay. Here's the answer. In case you missed it. Stop everything here. It is, and you did okay, so it's an eighty two minute documentary, the truth about marriage and you do you solve it? You talk to lots of experts and a lot of couples. Trying to think of couples as the correct collective term, yeah couples, but there's some complicated dynamic, because not everybody's relationship is the same. That's not a pejorative yet, but at the end of the documentary. Yes, you do solve it exactly what the truth is about marriage. I didn't know the answer when I sent out and I I become obsessed with what I'm doing wrong way. I'm such a failure. Hold on, you're leading me into interesting conversation and I haven't finished. Finished introducing you yet? We should also say by the way on that episode when we talk you us. I realized that was the first time that carried the name swap. She loves this every down then she decides to claim that she is Ross Blocher and I am thus forced by process of elimination to Declare Myself Carrie poppy. That was the first time she did it. So you're part of a tradition and now I think this'll be episode two hundred fifty. Fifty crime any yeah, podcast thing you have to keep putting him out. Sake, which means we've had all kinds of crazy adventures since we talked to you last heavens Tibet's. You've heard about we've kept. You kept you up today? I've listened I have not listened to all two hundred and fifty, but I've done my share. I won't make a medal for you, but I'm impressed. I really enjoyed though I. Mean when you guys dig into something like scientology and you. You have whole run of confrontations. Yes, let's you do the first one you have to listen to the rest. Like. Where's this going? Oh, good? Okay. That's what we're hoping to get. Young her speaking of Scientology. I have a goldenrod sheet here with some questions from Kerry for you. The aforementioned carry poppy, the aforementioned who is with us in spirit, but is physically withdrew celebrating I should also mention that you've directed many other projects. People know you for trekkies. Documentary star trek fans delved into the world of Star Trek. Everyone wants to understand that better to. There's a truck. He's to trekkies, trekkies two. That's where I cut my teeth on documentary, filmmaking and I didn't realize until just a couple of days ago that you also directed six days in Roswell I produced an edited that film and it's about Roswell. As gathered from the title. We went to Roswell new. Mexico in one, thousand, nine hundred. Hundred Ninety Seven, which was the fiftieth anniversary of the alleged crash of an alien spaceship in Roswell. New Mexico nineteen forty seven s when they had their first gigantic celebration where the town went alien, mad, insane alien. You can get everything from alien beef. Jerky to alien pencils alien beer. They've got museums there and we were there to documented, and all the experts came there. All the you apologists. Yeah, you talked to Stanton. Friedman right right. On our show, we met him. We have him on the show. That films coming out again this year. By the way, is it yeah, my films are being released that I've restored six days in Roswell and suckers suckers about car salesmen. Yeah, okay, well I need to watch both of those, and I may have to talk to you more about you're gonNA love Roswell. Absolutely. When my son and I went on a cross country field trip, we stopped in Roswell. Roswell went to the museum. You know amazing. No, yes, we picked up a little hitchhiker that road along with us in the car. This is crazy. It's great. It's wonderful and then every July fourth weekend. That's when the celebration is. And what better place is there to go? See a July fourth celebration in Roswell New Mexico absolutely just to give some more of your bone afi days. You've also directed an episode of the office. Correct the Bernie Mac show. You've edited for Grey's Anatomy the League whose America veep curb your enthusiasm all the above, guilty, pretty particular.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Meteorologist. Brian shields, fry now it is cloudy hazy, muggy, seventy five at Orlando's severe weather station. Safetouch Security triple team traffic. We do want to bring your attention to a police operation that's going on right now. There is an armed shooting rather at a hookah bar and the northbound lanes of Goldenrod road just before lake Underhill road or closed. They got all traffic stop there as cops are looking for the suspect. So probably not an area you wanna head into right now had. Yeah. If you're going to be trying to head northbound your alternate for that you can take to the west four thirty six to the east Chickasaw trail e contrails even dean road as alternates. The defined slowdowns on I four eastbound approaching yours twenty-seven all the way to five thirty two that's gonna take you about twenty four minutes. Also got a few minutes of slowdowns from Osceola Parkway to five thirty six and then twenty four minutes, a spotty delays from the turnpike to just after the four wait now, unfortunately, we've got some low clouds out there so chopper air one has been grounded. But. Eric Brown is checking I four westbound, here's Eric Brown. Twenty five minutes off and on delays from the rest area. To after Maitland boulevard. I'm Eric Brown. And he's still got that crash in east orange Canada has colonial drive eastbound closed Santana road. You take leak pit road as an alternate. Westbound side has a left lane walk. This traffic report brought to you by Dairy Queen fans. The summer blizzard menu is turning up the sweet this season with new flavors and returning favorites. Only req- happy tastes good. With traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning, we're helping you get to work on time. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Have you heard metro now includes Amazon prime and select plans. Yes. Have you heard.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Has not been identified. It's not known if he was homeless all northbound lanes were reopened around six forty five after the corner removed the body from the freeway along eight eighty in Fremont. Matt Bigler KCBS Gerald Oakland girl who was hitting the head by New Year's gunfire continues to improve but KCBS reporter Doug sovereigns has police admit they may never be able to catch the person who fired that shot into the air shot in the head moments after midnight. The six year old girl is now in stable condition and expected to recover fully and she'll probably carry a souvenir for shooting for the rest of her life. Do not have any plans to remove the bullet. It will stay in her head. It's too dangerous. It's very high risk removed that bullet Oakland police officer John Watson says that complicates the effort to catch the shooter. There can be no ballistics testing on the bullet which was one of many celebratory shots detected by the city's shot spotter system in the area that it is going to be difficult because there were multiple activation. We also. No that bullet can travel a great distance. We know that can travel close to a mile some can go further than a mile depending on the type of firearm wet. It's a handgun a rifle. And also the caliber Watson says improving technology could help someday. But for now, probably no one will be held to account for this shooting in Oakland. Doug, sovereign KCBS. Say CBS news time eleven forty three. Needs to watch continues. Police searching for a woman they say assaulted a jogger at Chabad regional park in the East Bay. The jacker told police she first encountered this aspect when she was pepper spray to keep the woman's Dodd from attacking her. She says the docs phone or later tackled. The jogger police say this at Goldenrod trail and punched her a bunch of times and bit her on the forearm. The woman have two dogs one of which was a possible Rottweiler mixed the other a medium to large size yellow or tan Dodd KCBS sovereigns following up on this story. We've posted.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on The Polygon Show

The Polygon Show

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on The Polygon Show

"You fast travel there every time you save and quit the game. Yeah. So I would literally like let's say on the complete other side of the map, and I need to be there. I'm like oh. But I got game off I will fly all the way back to Goldenrod city. This is new information to me, you won't you won't see where you are. And then just shut it off. I really like if I have the option not to I will take that option assuming I can go back to that place fairly easily. But even if. Have to like run there or something like, I don't feel comfortable leaving my character just outside. What is the most inconvenient game that you've ever done that in? I mean, Pok Mon it's definitely annoying to do that in. I'm trying to think if there was some like, I think in kingdom hearts done that. Okay. Can you? There's a little bit different. 'cause they're safe points to go back to traverse town. No, I'm trying to think of where I would go. I've usually go to something like Olympics. Call Siham or what? Okay. Yeah. 'cause that one you can just keep going back there in your fucking gummy ship. Yes, I'm fine. Yeah. Not that. I just don't want to leave him alone in the pirates of the Carribean. Donald a here with him side. And I don't want that. Dobie? Fucking ridiculous. I gave is shoot. Wait. Roles. Incredulous like yours. Every can be said. Impression of. It was bad. But like today, I was playing octave half traveler just to test something, and I have save and that's another kind of game where like they're safe points. And it was the same thing where I was like I don't want to really be outside. And I literally just playing it to test something, and I think I ended up saving it outside. But it really pained me. Like, I literally was like I need to go to the city that is very far away from where I am for the game. I hardly ever play. Just because I don't want my characters to be cold. I don't like that. It's sad to me. How do you know that they're calling? It just seems like they would be just imagined sleeping outside. Even if it would have been clicking nice tropical area. Would you still go to Homebase anyway? Yes. Because I. I don't want anyone. I don't have to. There on the beach. Maybe or or is this to go to an in or to be an town. They really should be in a building. So like if if there is an end that's preferable if it's a house if it's a store as long as they are not just being exposed to the weather to the inclement weather that is likely going to happen while the game is as soon as you shut down the game. It's snowstorm time. Yes, this is. So we're going to have to keep on packing this. I think over many episodes. I have a lot of weird habits as I just got to it. About caves, I think my my hoarding is justified justified in assassin's creed odyssey because there are so many weapons in that game that are like legendary tear rare tear, and if you upgrade them, they get more powerful. But also, they have like cool names, and like the they're special not just like Spartan sword legendary Spartan sword. But like Aries is hammer or something like that made that up, and I feel bad either selling those or breaking those down for parts because there's this part of me. That's like what if this probably the only one it could be the only one. Can't get rid of that. Yeah. Thank rhythm. Legendary is. That's the thing in firearm. Bloom for sure you're supposed to break down things. And I'm usually okay with that. If I have multiples, but I do also feel very upset if I only have one even if it's crap. Even if it's crap yet this next Email is from Alex. Hey, Paula gang. Thanks for making the show every week. I love hearing from.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on The Polygon Show

The Polygon Show

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on The Polygon Show

"You fast travel there every time you save and quit the game. Yeah. So I would literally like let's say on the complete other side of the map, and I need to be there. I'm like oh. But I got game off I will fly all the way back to Goldenrod city. This is new information to me, you won't you won't see where you are. And then just shut it off. I really like if I have the option not to I will take that option assuming I can go back to that place fairly easily. But even if. Have to like run there or something like, I don't feel comfortable leaving my character just outside. What is the most inconvenient game that you've ever done that in? I mean, Pok Mon it's definitely annoying to do that in. I'm trying to think if there was some like, I think in kingdom hearts done that. Okay. Can you? There's a little bit different. 'cause they're safe points to go back to traverse town. No, I'm trying to think of where I would go. I've usually go to something like Olympics. Call Siham or what? Okay. Yeah. 'cause that one you can just keep going back there in your fucking gummy ship. Yes, I'm fine. Yeah. Not that. I just don't want to leave him alone in the pirates of the Carribean. Donald a here with him side. And I don't want that. Dobie? Fucking ridiculous. I gave is shoot. Wait. Roles. Incredulous like yours. Every can be said. Impression of. It was bad. But like today, I was playing octave half traveler just to test something, and I have save and that's another kind of game where like they're safe points. And it was the same thing where I was like I don't want to really be outside. And I literally just playing it to test something, and I think I ended up saving it outside. But it really pained me. Like, I literally was like I need to go to the city that is very far away from where I am for the game. I hardly ever play. Just because I don't want my characters to be cold. I don't like that. It's sad to me. How do you know that they're calling? It just seems like they would be just imagined sleeping outside. Even if it would have been clicking nice tropical area. Would you still go to Homebase anyway? Yes. Because I. I don't want anyone. I don't have to. There on the beach. Maybe or or is this to go to an in or to be an town. They really should be in a building. So like if if there is an end that's preferable if it's a house if it's a store as long as they are not just being exposed to the weather to the inclement weather that is likely going to happen while the game is as soon as you shut down the game. It's snowstorm time. Yes, this is. So we're going to have to keep on packing this. I think over many episodes. I have a lot of weird habits as I just got to it. About caves, I think my my hoarding is justified justified in assassin's creed odyssey because there are so many weapons in that game that are like legendary tear rare tear, and if you upgrade them, they get more powerful. But also, they have like cool names, and like the they're special not just like Spartan sword legendary Spartan sword. But like Aries is hammer or something like that made that up, and I feel bad either selling those or breaking those down for parts because there's this part of me. That's like what if this probably the only one it could be the only one. Can't get rid of that. Yeah. Thank rhythm. Legendary is. That's the thing in firearm. Bloom for sure you're supposed to break down things. And I'm usually okay with that. If I have multiples, but I do also feel very upset if I only have one even if it's crap. Even if it's crap yet this next Email is from Alex. Hey, Paula gang. Thanks for making the show every week. I love hearing from.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on WTVN

"You know, that's something that again, we I with the hot weather, and, thankfully, we didn't have to do a lot of watering this year that would have been even worse than but normally at this time of the year. People are starting to be maybe feel a little beat up about gardening. Right. You know, saying, well, I'm pretty well done with tomatoes, or you know, kind of winding down are winding up because we actually did suffer because of all the moisture a number of disease problems that that have made tomatoes. Look a bit rough Tori leaf spot primarily I mean, my tomatoes, for example, are basically just, you know, red red fruit hanging on a vines with no leaves except Tori has moved from the bottom up. And of course, then that means a lot of folks, just, you know, well, I've had enough there's not, but you know, this is a time of year to again enjoy a lot of things we're talking about. Golden rods, for example. And this is when they're flourishing other, you know, other plants out there doing very well. Not to forget the other members of the asteroid AC family New England Astor's. One of my favorites. Get out there and take a good look at those. But then I also consider this a great time of year to plan for next season. Right. Oh, absolutely. They're looking at what happened. You look at what happened this season. And I'm kind of on a pollinator theme. And I know we've we've been on a pollinator theme through a lot of this season because I've enjoyed very much as an barb insists that we are. Yeah. Yeah. If we weren't Barbie would be it would be exactly the boom through the Queen bee would be all over us. But you know, it has been a very interesting halfway from concerns over over European honeybees to where you know. It's it's very interesting how how the general public now, not just the gardening public. Which is I think very we've transcended from awareness of the importance of pollinators to extend you know, to to people that may only garden a little bit or not a lot but just to be aware. And again, you know, it isn't just about the bees, you know, you go out and take a look at anything blooming right now. It is amazing at the range of of pollinators that you find. So that's also I think something that can help guide you next year guide gardeners next year. Take a look around one place that we really do have a problem in my opinion. Is we slant a lot of the nectar and pollen production towards the spring and early summer. You think? About that. You know, when do we think of flowering? Well, it's you know, very often early in the season. Whereas many of the pollinators right now they're getting prepared for winter. They're they're in need of nectar and pollen. So this isn't a bad time of year to be planning, you know, a season-long pollinator garden give some thought to those things that will bloom early mid season and in late season. And you had a lot of guests on your on the show talking about that. You know, sometimes Ron we tend to forget it. You know when we're planning for next year. I mean, we're at the end of the season. It's like, wow, okay. We're done and and overlook one what's happening right now. So that next year we can repeat that and back to Goldenrod. I hate to get. Sounds like I'm on a single theme. But, but you mentioned you mentioned fireworks. For example, one of my favorites. Golden fleece. I I saw that the Cincinnati botanical garden and zoo, just a beautiful little kind of low growing Goldenrod really stays inbounds. And and these other species or selections also bloom late, and they're also very attractive to pollinators. So you know, you look at common Goldenrod out here naturalized areas. And of course, the downside with when I do have to say this all golden rods. Do something though that you need to be aware of in planning many have a little bit more of this. But they all have the capability producing chemicals that will suppress other plants and we call that Leila pathway, but if you take a look at common Goldenrod, for example, aside from its rise ominous growth, you know, underground stems popping up everywhere popping up new plants everywhere aside from that the plants also can suppress other. Plants. So you need to take that into account when planning your garden if you're going to be using this. And as a matter of fact, is, you know, run that extends the number of other plants out there that you know, we we sort of discover that along the way make sure that you look into whether they play fair with other plants. So these golden rods, for example, do all of that. What's that do all of them do that? Even the newer selections. Yeah. Yeah. The selections do not they do not take away. Now. Now that's a fair question, though, the research actually, some of the early researchers public published back in in the early seventies. And some of the early research actually looked at many different species within the genus not just common Goldenrod. And apparently there is some variability within the genus. But it's just safe to say, well, you need to be aware. There is a possibility. Now, I've seen other asters. I mentioned this already New England Astor's, for example. You know, they common it's common companion plant with common Goldenrod, so Goldenrod. I should have mentioned this as in the asteroid family. So it's an an asteroid, and they're seeing other asters appear to be a bit tolerant, you know, of the illegal Pathak activity. But all I'm trying to say is when you're planning your garden, you know, not just with Goldenrod. But with other, you know, with other plants, you know, that's something to take into account, and you will see this sometimes where. I I've actually thought this myself, I'll I'll see a nice pollinator garden with different plants. And you wonder you're to yourself boy that is really nice how they how that particular group of plants in a single species is all by itself. You know, I wonder how they're weeding that you've noticed that. Yeah. And part of the reason is well the plant may be providing us some help, you know, by suppressing other things around it, including so-called weeds. But, but I'm just suggesting that this is the time of year and start planning next year and reading about what you might want to plant and learning it's different traits. I hate to get too carried away with a little path. He, but it is something that we tend to kind of forget about we always think about with walnut. Trees, for example. That's like the poster child for a little paths jig loans, but other plans also do this golden rods in general you need to be aware of that. Interesting. But we can still plant Goldenrod this time of the year. All of course, if you if you deal more quickly, you can play all these Perennials and flowers, and you know, one plant I had pick of the week two weeks ago. Joe that kind of flies under the radar for a late bloomer? You talk about all the pollinators going to it is seven sunflower. Oh, it's true. Isn't it? It really is. That's another one every everybody and his brother and sister that all over that thing. It's them again. It's amazing. And and and and what I love about what I'm seeing in garden. Centres Ron is this recognition of the power of pollinators, and plants that support pollinators it's really been a game changer hadn't it. I mean, it used to be you're all I mean, I I like moms don't get me wrong. I'm they used to be this time of year by just thinking moms right right now. It's not it's not just mum's. I mean, and this time of the year, and I love what you said. I'm very glad you said that you know, planting is not over some things actually do better planted in the fall. And we tend to forget that. So, you know, those that are thinking I just realized one doing here. You know? I I'm I'm sure some listeners are sitting here thinking man, I thought I was done for the year. But now, they're just get started. Oh. We're just getting started. That's right. Speaking of getting started. I've got we have to get started or the game at three thirty two. Right. So it's time to end you. So you can go on your recliner and get yourself set up for the game. Joe, always a pleasure. Great information. We will talk to you next Saturday. You have a great week. Ron take care. Go bucks. Go box by by by. We'll tell you a quick break..

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"goldenrod" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on WTVN

"You know, that's something that again, we I with the hot weather, and, thankfully, we didn't have to do a lot of watering this year that would have been even worse than but normally at this time of the year. People are starting to be maybe feel a little beat up about gardening. Right. You know, saying, well, I'm pretty well done with tomatoes, or you know, kind of winding down are winding up because we we actually did suffer because of all the moisture a number of disease problems that that have made tomatoes. Look a bit rough. Tori, leaf spot primarily I mean, my tomatoes, for example, are basically just, you know, red red fruit hanging on vines with no leaves leaves are set. Tori is moved from the bottom up. And of course, then that means a lot of folks, just, you know, well, I've had enough there's not, but you know, this is a time of year to again, enjoy a lot of things we're talking about golden rods, for example. And this is when they're flourishing other, you know, other plants out there doing very well. Not to forget the other members of the asteroid ABC family New England Astor's. One of my favorites. Get out there and take a good look at those. But then I also consider this a great time of year to plan for next season. Right. Oh, absolutely. They're looking at what happened. You look at what happened this season. And I'm kind of on wanna pollinator theme. And I know we've we've been on pollinator theme through a lot of the season because I've enjoyed very much. Barb insists that we are. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. If we weren't Barbie would be would be exactly the boom through the Queen bee would be all over us. But you know, it has been a very interesting halfway from concerns over over European honeybees to where you know. It's very interesting how how the general public now not just the gardening public. Which is I think very we've transcended from awareness of the importance of pollinators to extend you know, to to people that may only garden a little bit or not a lot but just to be aware. And again, you know, it isn't just about the bees, you know, you go out and take a look at anything blooming right now. It is amazing the range of a pollinators that you find. So that's also I think something that can help guide you next year guide gardeners next year. Take a look around one place that we really do have a problem in my opinion. Is we slant a lot of the nectar and pollen production towards the spring and early summer. You think? About that. You know, when do we think of flowering? Well, it's you know, very often early in the season. Whereas many of the pollinators right now they're getting prepared for winter. They're they're they're in need of nectar and pollen. So this isn't a bad time of the year to be planning, you know, a season-long pollinator garden give some thought to those things that will bloom early mid season and in late season. And you've had a lot of guests on your on the show talking about that. But you know, sometimes Ron we tend to forget it, you know, when we're planning for next year. I mean, we're at the end of the season. It's like, well, okay. We're done and and overlook one what's happening right now. So that next year we can repeat that and back to Goldenrod. I hate to get like, I'm on a single theme. But, but you mentioned you mentioned fireworks. For example, one of my favorites. Golden fleece. I I saw that at the Cincinnati botanical garden and zoo, just a beautiful little kind of low growing Goldenrod really stays inbounds. And and these other species or selections also bloom late, and they're also very attractive to pollinators. So you know, you look at common Goldenrod out here naturalized areas. And of course, the downside with when I do have to say this. All golden rods. Do something though that you need to be aware of in planning many have a little bit more of this. But they all have the capability of producing chemicals that will suppress other plants, and we call that Leila path. But if you take a look at a common Goldenrod, for example, aside from its rise ominous growth, you know, underground stems popping up everywhere are popping up new plants everywhere aside from that plants also can suppress other plants. So you need to take that into account when planning your garden if you're going to be using this. And as a matter of fact, is you know, around that extends the number of other plants out there that you know, we we we sort of discover that along the way make sure that you look into whether they play fair with other plants. So these golden rods, for example, do all that. What's that do all of them do that even the nurse elections? Yeah. Yeah. Selections. Do not they do not take away. Now. Now that's a fair question, though, the research actually, some of the early researchers public published back in in the early seventies. And some of the early research actually looked at many different species within the genus not just common Goldenrod. And apparently there is some variability within the genus. But it's just safe to say, well, you need to be aware. There is a possibility. Now, I've seen other asters. You know, I mentioned this already New England Astor's, for example. You know, they common it's common companion plant with common Goldenrod, so Goldenrod. I should have mentioned this is in the asteroid racy family. So it's an an Aster, and they're seeing other asters appear to be a bit tolerant, you know, of the illegal Pathak activity. But all I'm trying to say is when you're planning your garden, you know, not just with Goldenrod. But with other, you know, with other plants, you know, that's something to take into account. Just and and you will see this sometimes where. I I've actually thought this myself, I'll I'll see a nice pollinator garden with different plants. And you wonder you're to yourself boy that is really nice how they how that particular group of plants in a single species is all by itself. You know, I wonder how they're weeding that you've noticed that. Yeah. And part of the reason is well the plant may be providing us some help, you know, by suppressing other things around it, including so-called weeds. But, but I'm just suggesting that this is the time of year to start planning next year and reading about what you might want to plant and learning it's different traits. I hate to get to cared away with a little happy. But it is something that we tend to kind of forget about we always think about with walnut. Trees, for example. That's like the poster child for a little path jig loans, but other plans also do this golden rods in general you need to be aware of that. Interesting. But we can still plant Goldenrod this time of the year. All of course, if you if you quickly you can plan all these Perennials and flowers, and you know, one plant I had of the week two weeks ago. Joe that kind of flies under the radar for a late bloomer, and your and you talk about all the pollinators going to it is seven sunflower. Oh, it's true. Isn't it? It really is. That's another one every everybody and his brother and sister that all over that thing. It's again, it's amazing. And and and and what I love about what I'm seeing and garden centers, Ron is this recognition of the power of pollinators and plants that support pollinators it's really been a game changer had. I mean it used to be. Yes, you're all. I mean, I I like moms don't get me wrong. I'm they used to be this time of year by just thinking moms, right, right? It's not it's not just mum's. I mean, and this time of the year, and I love what you said. I'm very glad you said that you know, planting is not over some things actually do better planted in the fall. And we tend to forget that. So, you know, those that are thinking I just realized what I'm doing here. You know, I I'm I'm sure some listeners are sitting here thinking man, I thought I was done for the year. But now, they're just. Wow. We're just getting started. That's right. Speaking of getting started. I've got we have to get started for the game at three thirty. Right. So it's time to end you. So you can go settled on your recliner and get yourself set up for the game. Joe, always a pleasure. Great information. We will talk to you next Saturday. You have a great week. Ron take care. Go box by by by. We'll tell you a quick break..

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"goldenrod" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:19 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on WTVN

"But you knew that already jump on board talking about yard on this first day of fall, unless the astronaut Michael fall the meteorological false started the first of September. So I've already been in the fall season for the last almost three weeks well over three weeks by a day. But now he finally get into the astronomical fall. And rightfully so. Because today as absolutely temperature-wise gorgeous getting up this morning and walking outside and feeling that cool air was outstanding. I don't know about you. But it was welcomed allot matter of fact, I was out of town a lot this week. And I'll talk more about that later in the show, but it was hot. And I am so glad to finally get these cooler temperatures. All right. Let's go sit around on on his kicks off with the Cup of Joe buggy. Joe Boggs, of course that. Has buggy. Joe Bloggs report. Joe Bloggs assistant professor commercial horticulture educated for the Ohio State University extension. Anos? You department Bentham algae co creator of mothra coffee emporium where every Cup of buggy Joe, bald as king Adora yet smooth as Martha's silky wings. Are you enjoying the cooler weather? I am I I love this. I mean, you're exactly right coming off these my goodness. These extremely warm. I don't know what was going on, you know, in terms of all this. I mean, we had over what it was a thirty two days or thirty some, you know, some above ninety degrees. This this season. So easy. It's been it's been a warm season. But but it seemed like the last several days it's been particularly bad. I don't know why I think because I think it shows we've just had enough of it. You know, it doesn't it doesn't. I can handle it doesn't by. I'm alright. I don't mind sweating and all that stuff. I can handle it. But I think he just finally get to a point where hey, it's the middle of September. I've had enough of it. It was not football weather. No, no. So you just gotta get it out here, by the way. Just so we get get you up to date today's national are you ready for this white chocolate day? I don't I met a white chocolate fan. You know, you said that before. I'm a bit. Marginal about it. Because it doesn't it just doesn't seem right. Does it? White chocolate now that that's not right. It's national ice cream cone day. Well, you just alway the ice cream. Of course, remember he's at the controls. Oh, so the special special moments will be great all great. He's not ours. Yeah. So listeners probably wonder why I'm breaking up really just disappear. All of a sudden today is national singles day. Now, you could take that two ways. I thought I meant goes down the basement get all my forty fives. Oh, yeah. There you go or just a single hamburger. We've already had single. Yeah. It could be a single hamburger day to it's national elephant appreciation day. There you go just not too close. And then I like these little guys it's national hobbit day. Now, you know, it does, you know, we always talk about these national days. But at some point you kind of wonder where are these coming? I have no idea who picked out one, by the way. They also call HAMAs half Ling's. Well, Well, I I I have nothing. So there you have it. You can either be a habit or a half Ling? Hassling which goes back to the singles day, wait. Yeah. No, no. No, no. I tell you take us back to our triples right now. You know what I'm talking about? There are triples are triple burgers. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know where my second neuron just fired with that. So that's brought a burner. Chef one time. If somebody was like burger, chef what are you talking to me Burger King burger, chef there you go when they had the works. I get it get a single and loaded up. So it was about six inches high. And had to mash it down in order to. Yeah. You know that really does date both of us. You know, my wife, and I lived above the burger chef that was on Neil avenue there on campus the OSU campus when when I was in grad school, no way. Way. Yeah. It was amazing. I tell people that and oh partner chef. You know, it was there's a certain age group that you know. Jeff, you can tell. Were you Jeff? Burger chef. Jeff, jeff. Burger chef Jeff. I don't recall that I. Sipa coffee mascots Burston burger chef and Jeff now how are you gonna twist that into the buggy Joe Bloggs report? I, you know, I I was I was working at everything that we were saying, they're, you know, everything from the white chocolate, you know, to this. It just is it would be too much about whiplash and listeners would be turning the knobs two zero because nothing's working. I guess we'll just have to just forge ahead. And you know, you're right fall is upon us. It's amazing. What's happened to the season that there are some late season flowers? I mean, you know, one that's one of my favorites. I in fact, I'm doing a report I'll be posting early next week to get out and look at common Goldenrod. Goldenrod Goldenrod its significance. In terms of being a late season source for pollinators is nothing to sneeze at. Oh my God. Oh, man. Yeah. Why would you say that Joe? Well, right. You know, I I didn't. I kinda remember this is another thing that that will date both you, and I you know, when I was. I mean, there was a time when we were both young. I know people may not believe it. But there was a time. You know, I wouldn't hear this. You know, people be sneezing in the fall. And and I I would hear the description. Well, they have they have Goldenrod fever. Yeah. Goldenrod is everywhere in flower. Exactly, exactly. It was so evident and people would be sneezing. And you know, that stands to reason, you know, it seemed to be a cause and effect. But then, but then, of course, along the way and botanist knew this all along. I mean, anyone who, you know, really studies plants knew that. Well, wait, a minute Goldenrod has very big sticky pollen, and there's a reason for that. By the way. It's it's connected to why I like bowling rod common Goldenrod. And that is that it attracts a lot of pollinators and have some nice shots. For example. I just took recently of wasps, you know, that we're just visiting the flowers, and and they're covered. You can see the sticky yellow pollen on the wasp. So that's how you know Goldenrod news pollen around they rely on palm Nader's. Now, there's another plant though, that's just a is a it's a sneaky plant the ragweed act. I need to say both ragweed we used to just say common ragweed. But now we have to include giant ragweed, which as its name implies is is a big big plant. Now one thing that normally happens, but I've kind of seen this year. The two are a bit out of sync. I know if you noticed that, but but golden rods are still, and I'm using that plural for a reason, and you know, where I'm heading with that, but golden rods by and large many are still in full bloom, whereas the ragweed are pretty much, oh, they're already starting to produce seed, but normal years, which you know, what's that that normal years, you often see the to being a bit synchronized where the rag leads in the background. You don't notice it because they're flowers, the male flowers, the ones that produce pollen are so small that you they go unnoticed. However, ragweed ragweed pollen is is windblown pollen. So. Blows around so ragweed are the reason that we're sneezing or some people are sneezing whereas Goldenrod unless you inhale Apponator is not going to produce. I just realized. I don't inhale a pollinator. Right now, sniff, the flowers too closely, you might help pollinator, but, but you know, the blame was understandable. And you know, Ron it still goes on. I I'm I'm I remain amazed. I was giving a talk a couple of weeks ago, a group of gardeners, and we're showing some pictures of pollinators on on on common Goldenrod, and you know, one of the very a very, you know, well-versed Gardner, and in a lot of experience, you know, made the made the statement. Oh my goodness. I I have hay fever. I can't I can't plant Goldenrod. So it it still remains something that even though we talked about quite a lot. I you talked about it. You know every year about this time on the radio. And and we try to help people understand that that that common. Goldenrod is not the source, and the reason we try to make people understand is that there's over a hundred species in this salad day goes species. So the or Saturday go. Genus goldenrod. This holiday go Canada's which gives rise to the other common name of Canada Goldenrod, which is kind of helpful. You know, sometimes when I hear people complaining about misbehaving. I blame it on the Canadians. Right. I says. Goldenrod. I. To take a break. But yeah, I get that in the garden centers because they're like, why are you selling Goldenrod in the garden store? Why would you plant that? And then you say, well, then in new selections that are out there the native ours, like solar, cascade fireworks. Really nice more contained, but you know, nice plants, and then you have to go through the whole explation. Let's take a quick break. We come back. We'll finish up with a buggy. Joe Bloggs report here on NewsRadio six ten WTVN in the world of home renovation. Finding quality products that will last is becoming more and more difficult..

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"goldenrod" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Composting six three six. Eight, six one three three four four long stretch of Goldenrod streaks northward Rebecca which is black. Eyed Susan's butterfly weed and Pence demon Russian sage their purple really. Stands, out among all the. Yellows many plants are self seeding and they've. Dropped Seeds over the last couple of years, so the colony really looks good the bark mulch I mean pretty, much we'd free several plants were bending over there heading for sleep long winters nap a trio crab. Apples and one miscanthus. Main grass said was softening the south side of the building on the west side dark green foster hollies flowering cherry, trees pink crepe myrtles were. Adding the nice in the summer color there are bracing the doorway. As well too. Large pots to each with red periwinkle and red, flowering, tobacco, yes, flooring, tobacco and, a, highlight, in, grave, sign says this is the twelfth, and, park neighborhood facilities city, Saint Louis Alfonso j Savannah's was the mayor, in erected in nineteen seventy wow and a bike. Rack which is there that is not that Oh, for. Sure but allows the riders to. Lock box up on north side there's a lawn area to crab apples and a. Grove, of white pines in the back modern playground way way in. The, back sits and waits like the basketball court adjacent to the parking lot crickets chirping there's? Much more round back if you. Want to take. A look, I said sorry I'm out of time Mike another k. MOS garden hotline, back after, these, messages depend.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Kiss FM Alvin Harrison Sam Smith promises John Are you Skills Cousin Is it Tuesday Promised Goldenrod Stay get Silence So don't Is it Do Promise Thank. You Golden But I'll.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on WRVA

"Are some of the things that give you allergies right, now? And I'm sure you've heard that, Goldenrod gives you allergies right you've heard that, right And what we find, is? That that's not true Goldenrod. Does not give you allergies and I was looking Wildflowers and some of the abandoned areas along the roadway and some of the fields that have not been caught and Goldenrod or solid dog or different. Types of Goldenrod all coming into full bloom right now so people, assume when they see Goldenrod the yellow when, goal, flowers and they. Get a g is runny nose coughing and so forth What's knees ING well it's gotta be the Goldenrod and in fact there. Was a great article many years ago on why a lotta people, move to Phoenix and Tucson and that part of, the world because It was? Sort, of analogy free environment but. What they found, is many people started growing, lawns started growing plants and what comes with the plants all what we, call weeds that it usually responsible so In fact I believe Phoenix now. In some of those areas have a worse allergy problem. Than other parts of the country but as we're going through the gardens and we're all of a. Sudden we get it is and so. Forth we see Goldenrod and it's really gotten a bad rap so Goldenrod has gotten a bad rap and, takes the blame for could be some of the. Grasses I guess grasses you make up most of. The allergies that people experience and some of the grasses like Bermuda grass Johnson grass Timothy orchard grass Those are some, things that really do Lead to allergies that we have and but probably one of the leading weeds. That and is probably about different types it's going to be What we call red wing and we have two different types in our woods, one of them gets like. Seven or eight feet tall and there's another form of it that. Shorter and when you touch or you know kind of flick the flowers all you see is pollen and. It's sort of a yellow pollen take a sheet of paper and you will see pollen that comes from the ragweed. Getting back to Bolden rod Goldenrod is not wind pollinated Goldenrod is one of the best pollinator plants that you can have in a guard there, are more that pollinate that plant during the day in during the evening there waas. Sint Hornets flies bees And they tend to, be pollinated by insects so the pollen is heavy and apologised falls to the. Ground if it falls but with the ragweed that is, sort of like warn and ragweed the pollen blows just like with all pines in, the spring the pollen blows. In a win and it is what really makes up some of. Our allergy so I recommend in our gardens we try to control ragweed some other things that could exist. In that's going to be other things like hey Gwede and Williams quarters there's some other weeds but ragweed is the. Number one probably one in four people are allergic to ragweed so if you're going to work in the garden I do recommend and it is. A white I don't know if it's cotton but. It is a nice face masks and it's usually A box of up to twelve and. They fit Whitewell around your face, so you can use that when you're mowing your lawn Recommend long sleeve shirts recommend glasses or sunglasses I really can't wear sunglasses some reason but I. Recommend if you're allergic to wear glasses and there's a lot of products out there that. Great to help us deal with allergies so I would Contact your doctor or so forth or. One of your One, of these facilities that Just. Go in without an appointment and so there's lots of different allergy type. Medicines and some anon- sedating some might be I, found probably for the last ten years I do become a. Little more allergic to certain weeds, so as time, goes, forward we tend to be a. Little more sensitive to our cities but if you wear this mask it. Really works wow It's quite well. Around your face and it allows, you still the. Workout Guard I remember all those pictures we saw in the, spring particularly the one that went viral of the front end loader cap in the tree and all the pollen coming down all over the, car and you, know and everything. Else and, I, yes but I just assumed with all this rain we've had that it's pretty much washed the pollen out to a large. Degree I, mean we have had so much continual precipitation going on what it seems. Like it's been going on two months now it, is and that is. True what? What but the ragweed is just coming into bloom. Now so we haven't had rain a lot. Lately we might get a little, bit but Rain like every day this week I know. I've been where I was very fortunate I. I was down in duck North, Carolina Great. The weather attire that's great but I'm. Taking here double down air it's been raining like we had rain every day this. Week I know we did now down there even the corn was dying because it was. So much rain down in that area this, is the first week of non rain weather that they've had in a. Long time now you're correct rain washes, off the pollen and it's like snow. Cleans the air and rain helps clean the air but all you need is, you know one or two days of no, rain and this pollen. Is really evident and Potter problem is with all the, rain, the weeds have just quadrupled, in size here solely weeds out there where in. The, past during dry periods that you know The weeds or sometimes dying now the weeds are. In their full glory now ragweed becomes really evident for the latter part of August and. Into September depending on the type ragweed you, have what you're right if we get rain every day you know washes. The pollen the pollen count's going to, be less but with all the rain. Is more weeds and I was looking at some of the grasses like Johnson, grass that's responsible for some of the pollen huge in just coming. Into bloom so it is something to be concerned with You know if you're gonna more Yulong don't..

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"goldenrod" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Ten forty who celestia josephine field was born on sunnyside farm near shenandoah on june twentyfirst eighteen eighty one her mother was also named celestial josephine so the newborn was known throughout her life as jesse at age nineteen jesse field was hired to teach at clarendon goldenrod school she felt that rural children needed more connections with each other than they were getting so she began holding informal after school lessons in what became the boys corn club and girls home club she continued working with students outside of school and to reward those who excelled in nineteen ten she designed a three leaf clover pin with the letter h on the leaves standing for head hands and heart later a fourth leaf was added originally standing for home and later health soon these four h clubs spread to other areas and by nineteen fourteen a national for h organization was born more than twenty five million young people have participated in four h in the century it has been in existence the mother of four h jessie field shambaugh was born near shenandoah on this date in eighteen eighty one and that's i will almanac for june twentyfirst i'm jeff stein on newsradio ten forty w h o strong to severe thunderstorms still possible tonight right through tomorrow morning we're going to see the good chance for flooding as well the low tonight sixty two tomorrow a high of seventy three scattered showers and thunderstorms still possible fewer showers and thunderstorms on friday still mostly cloudy and a high of seventy four that is the newsradio ten forty who threeday weather from channel thirteen i'm chief meteorologist ed wilson radio news time is four zero five.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"A breaking out here and there's the possibility of some severe severe weather a in seminal and central orange county a certainly until about five thirty this afternoon now taking a look at doppler radar some of those strong thunderstorms are over union parkers i mentioned near the university of central florida all of the tippety right now is stationary now here's some of the things you can expect in the next fifteen to twenty minutes nickel sized hail wind gusts of fifty to fifty five miles hour possible with the store so we're once again in the thunder of severe thunderstorm warning this includes goldenrod union park and buffalo lasts till five forty five afternoon five twenty a news ninety six point five wdbo frequent ground to cloud lightning is occurring with this storm say forecasters and they remind us at lightning can strike ten miles away from a thunderstorm so they say seek shelter inside a building or a vehicle we're getting other information right now about a severe thunderstorm warning as well for self central seminole county let's check out kevin refuse right now kevin what do you got yesterday this warning so far as we are seeing is going to be an effect till about five forty five again and the biggest threats as you said the heavy winds and quartersized hail mostly heavily concentrated in the eastern part of the county right now a bit again that is beginning to move into seminole county if you're an ultimate springs castleberry can probably expect to see some of that heavier rainfall sooner than later and then up to longwood and winter springs but in the meantime again union park biff low belle isle right around orlando international airport seeing the heaviest rainfall so far as again we are watching the warnings and winces they are going to be in effect until five forty five as of now we'll keep our eye out see if any of those are extended at all if you're just sitting in our stormcenter coverage.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"News ninety six point five wdbo stormcenter where we are looking at the severe thunderstorm warning this is for basically just to the east of downtown orlando it includes goldenrod union park and fifth low and it is going to be in effect until five forty five this afternoon i'm gonna look at the news ninety six point five wdbo interactive weather radar where we can see some of these storms have been building now for the last fifteen minutes or so and they have just really started to break out so i'm gonna go street the street right now to see where some of these areas are really going to be impacting especially on your drive home right now over the horrible eight right around the just to the south of union park and just around the poor seventeen is where some of the heaviest of the shower activity is and we're looking at it as well around the university boulevard and the four seventeen so those are the areas that are starting to get impact or dramatically right now and it continues to show us to the east where some of those problems are this stretches all the way out to the ucf area but there is still a more a bit of a wedge off just to the west of orlando international airport balliol ride now and edgewood sore if you're on the beach line and anywhere from the orange blossom trail off to orlando international airports you could certainly see some of this a shower activity now one of the things we are seeing is that this is not impacting the pulse event which is expected to start around seven o'clock this evening but some of those shower activities could continue to move off to the north right now we're not seeing that happened at this time now one of the big problems with this could be some lightning that could be.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Where people doing cocaine your party i mean what are bathrooms for least she wasn't doing it in your living room it's called manners so lisa lisa called up 'cause i booty booty egypt you want to go for walking the just the way i went for walks with nanny like how man we will go you don't seem very happy not why would i be happy i'm like okay kyle just relax okay so heavy a houses had to carry that shit over cotton gets into her best like orange velvet jacket goldenrod goldenrod goldenrod ephron it was a safran jacket saffron goldenrod this is like prices right all of a sudden eight hundred lingo so so kyle and lisa meet at like a plot somewhere the sitting on a bench they look like they're out of like one of those old cold war movies like having a rendezvous about exchange really inane spicy grits you know no russia i'll stick have row god that's so timely call could save the cold war but instead she's like to involve with their own issues they're like so what did you find out i don't know she said something about special cases real i don't know it's over but yeah she's like oh you mad that guess i'm mad at you i'm really mad explain it well i okay i remember that time that girl says something about you and i told you girl said something about you and then you're like who cares and you didn't believe me and then everybody else told you suddenly believe them and then we got over it number not over and i'm pissed and she's like i'm sorry.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"I'm ready wallace cable x news the goldenrod show boat was built back in nineteen '09 the elaborately decorated entertainment palace was first moored on the st louis riverfront in 1937 saturday morning what was left of the wooden boat burned killing all all hopes of a return to glory amazing equal spicer over there our way jake medford is vice president of the historic riverboat preservation association he says his group was able to remove most of the interior of the boat before the fire they hope to reinvent some of the rooms of the goldenrod and display them around the st louis area well an announcement many have been waiting for came saturday morning the fox theater says tickets for hamilton will go on sale monday morning at nine they say one transaction will be allowed per person and they'll be a four tickets limit per transaction hamilton will run from april third april twenty second at the fox the weather looks so little if he but as of right now the great go st louis halloween races still on for this morning marketing manager frank copper says the race will go on in rain and wind but will be delayed or cancelled if there is thunderstorms hopper says runners should follow go st louis on facebook and twitter tuesday informed about the race other cable ex forecast for your sunday calling for periods of rain and thunderstorms will.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Is twenty six minutes paul six after a difficult day on the court yesterday at wimbledon hopes british hopes rest on johanna konta goldenrod born it is their own innate guess a lovely sunrise over wimbledon this morning the concourse surround send a court freshly hosed down which him when it feel somehow symbolic the washing away of those bad memories yesterday for andy murray beaten in five clearly painful sets by the american some query that moi's years being troubled of course as being shingles and elbow injury in two bouts of fluid now this a longstanding ding hip problem which certainly raises questions about his participation in the u s open starting at the end of august and maybe other events beyond well thirty year old murray will discuss the issue today with his team but been doing it for a very long very long term drew mercury overseers you go older things a little bit tougher to to manage than they are you're you're younger of managed to do with it for a very long time you know i'm sure moving forward obey will too you know to to to go through an gis new to need to do all of the right things and be even more diligent and tennessee's fitness issues were further highlighted by the withdrawal with an elbow injury of novak djokovic from his quarterfinal against thomas batic who was leading by set to gain thieving roger federer as the only one of the socog oh big through to the semifinals he knows rounded chins straightsets with nine church the other semifinalist after defeating she'll mullahs in five sets and so as they consented to today with your hanna controversies venus williams the main focus correspondent muscle for a looks ahead venus williams was the player hanna konta most trivia it is a child but when they met for the first time at a grand slam in last year's australian open konta took the occasion in stride and won comfortably she maybe a little drained by the intensity and drama alpha quarterfinal victory ever simona halep but she is eleven years williams giunea at thirty seven the american is the oldest semifinalist since martina navratilova nineteen ninetyfour experience could count for a lot but there is no doubt konta as the confidence and the form to reach the.

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"goldenrod" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"goldenrod" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Goldenrod soldier beatles are bright orange insects you can see across eastern canada and the northeast united states as autumn leaves change colors the atal beatles busily gather pollen and nectar from flowers like the goldenrod ants the name but the idyllic autumn seen can hide a disturbing underbelly if you happen to see one of these attractive beatles latching onto a bright blossom what you might be seeing is azzam be these beatles can be affected by a fearsome fungus that turns them into une dead monsters looking to infect healthy beatles and turn them to into their gruesome kind yes it's the walking dead and two malaj icl addition dr dawn stein crosses a professor of entymology at the university of arkansas and he recently discovered the nature of this attack of the psalm be beatles dr stein crowe's welcomed corks in cork's i'm happy to be here tell me about these beatles what are they like uh thoroughly crab attractive are harmless beneficial even beatles air a you mentioned their sort of an orangish golden collar and they're very active in the sunlight flying from flowered flower and a feeding on paul and so the road quite a beautiful insect vote on what's their attraction to flowers they feed on pile and primarily ah they come up and nibble on the pound which has an excellent protein source to develop their eggs a at at one of big attractions but the other is if they use the flower heads as what we call a lack elie k site for males and females of a species to me and made hope paid me a picture of what you saw when these beatles are infected with the fungus.

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