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"gordon america" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"gordon america" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'll never use Okay, I'm confused. Was your dad a license? Geico agent? Nah, he was just a real good dad. Geico 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. We are New York talking about what matters to you. Now it's former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on New York's talk Radio 77 w. ABC. Rudy Giuliani back with you on the tunnel to Towers Hotline. 77 w A. B. C and we've got, uh, we've got a bunch of people lined up. To, uh To talk, and I think we'll start with Al Gordon. From Rockaway. He must be a little cooler than us. He's right near the water. Is this Rudy Giuliani, America's mayor. Last time I checked Well, this is Al Gordon, America's poet. Well, it is a great honor to meet you. I'll go. I love poetry. And this is just a few words on all lives matter. All lives really matter. I say it every day. I always practice What I preach in every single way Protesting. Now is what I hear through Cities Street to street. Rioting and no one safe democracies defeat statues of our country's past destroyed, like all on cue, they can't destroy our history. No matter what they do. Police are banned. There's no control. Democrats close their eyes. God help all the innocence before they're left to die. Rioters will sell them learn with their anger and the hate That all lives matter. Black and white. They'll learn when it's too late. It's a great It's a great work beautifully done..

"gordon america" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"gordon america" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

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"gordon america" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm to shrieking in today for Seb Gorka. We get a lot of news going on, including the fact that the Supreme Court just came out with a decision. In which they said New York City can get its hands on the president's tax records, They said. Congress, however, cannot there Some A debate is to timing here. It's unclear whether or not New York City will get those tax records before the election. At some worry that it will be used again is an attempt. Should the president be reelected to go after him? In a new way? Impeachment to point over three point over four point out with this point, right? Because they keep trying everything I want to encourage you all that Are taking this conversation today. It's great to have you here 83333 Gorka, which is 8333346742 I do believe we have some collars waiting. So I would like to get Teo can right now. Who's joining us? Can welcome to Sebastian Gordon America first. Good to hear your story. A very good I was serious. I think we're losing the ideological war. I'm gonna get on that and I'm 71 years old. I'll tell you what, absolutely not war was over general GM You guys won the war militarily, but you lost the ideological war. And the radicals from the sixties went into the educational system, universities, colleges and schools and they keep turning out. These Communists deal on such perfect little warriors forward, which means that they want You know, you make a very, very, very important point. In fact, it's so important. I actually put it in the show today because Dan Gainor is going to join us from the Media Research Center because he would agree with you 1000% as do I. In other words, the culture were effectively can is being lost and Increasingly, you know, I remember when I went to school, and I wasn't not long ago, you could actually have a conversation and intellectual diversity was something that I was taught. Was an important part of your education. I think it has changed so drastically. I mean, there were certainly dribs and drabs and examples of bias that you saw even back in my day. But now Now It's a whole different ball game, isn't it? Yes, I tried to take that and apply pressure to this and I was thinking about intellectual equality, University bands, a free exchange of ideas, then they should have their grayling and funding. Eah. I mean, that's an interesting point. One of the things that I'm so bothered by two is that you know, you think about families. I was talking earlier in the programme about the middle class and this hourglass economy and you know you're you're in the middle and and you're struggling and in your saving And you're just getting by and you want to send your child to school, and you sort of don't qualify right for the loans that people on the bottom might be able to get. But it's a big, big financial commitment on DH, so it's easy for those on top. It's a little easier. Maybe Because of some of the programs and I don't say that we shouldn't have them. But you know, in place for for people that are struggling more, but those people in the middle they get really stuck. So you're paying all this money hundreds of thousands of dollars to send your kid Two university where they're effectively indoctrinated. You think about these professors that are there and they have these pretty vulnerable, wonderful, tremendous young minds right that that are put in their care. And then they teach them effectively brainwashed them to think only one way into not tolerate any other viewpoint can that's what's most troubling to me? We must be accepting. Of other points of view. You need intellectual diversity. You need intellectual debate. Really? I mean to have progress is a society. I wantto make sure that we get a chance to go. One more color here, Ken. Thank you for For joining us today. Let me go to Rick in California. Hey there, Rick. Welcome to the program. Welcome to America first. Hey, Good morning. I want to say you're doing a great job extent in the future. I think Dr Gorka needs permission from a consensus of his to take a vacation from the rest of us will tell him you said so I'll tell him you said so. You know, I saw a picture of him on the beach and he looked pretty happy. He doesn't get that many vacations. So you know, we gotta We gotta let him have one now and then. Well, he's a great guy, and you're doing a great job. I think I got a question for you in a comet. And when you entered the Supreme Court, so the Supreme Court's now made a ruling And in that ruling, can I now demand that my local congressman, give me their tax returns. Can I go and say that? I want to see Creator in organization and go in on a subpoena and say I want Joe Biden Hunter Biden's tax returns. I want my You know, City Council people I want to see their tax returns. I want to see my governor's tax returns and I want I want to see Ted loose tax returns. So is that really now? Is that precedent where we can now get tax returns? Was this ruling that we should get the tax returns of the president because of political agendas? Was this it now people that sort of us in Congress or in the government? That we could now get access to government. You know anyone in government that we get there after church? Well, I think this is specific just.

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"gordon america" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted mind podcast, my guest today is Kyle Anderson author of Patchwork, Junkie and Kyle. Why don't you introduce yourself? -Ture Brown first of all I just want to thank you, this is. It's always great. People do their best to give a platform for conversations like this, so I really appreciate, it's connected to you and your audience just really quickly first and foremost I, my husband, a father and proud of both of those things I'm also a sales executive and a coach and a spear as well as an author and spach were. Yeah, thank you so much for coming on. And we were just talking earlier about being DADS and and fatherhood, and the beauty that comes with that so I'm excited to hear about your story. And why don't we just start at the beginning? How how did this all start? And then we'll get to how you ended up writing the book, but tell me a little bit about the beginning sure. I'm assuming you don't WanNa know that was born in the seventies or any of that stuff, so we'll just start with the addiction. We'll just leap into it if you don't mind. Yeah Yeah, so, what ended up happening I was a young entrepreneur in Missouri Twenty, four twenty five years old, and I had my own carpet store and some strange fate I got addicted to meth amphetamine in a very short period of my life I started using needles. The only way I'm ever going to quit. I mean I just spiraled into a deep depression and was convinced the only way I was ever going to get sober was an overdose and I tried my best had. I ended up teaching myself how to Cook Meth as an act of survival, and ended up becoming one of the biggest meth cooks Kansas City in the early nineties, instead of having an overdose I got arrested was facing. Thirty years of my life ended up in a cell by myself for twenty three hours a day for almost a year. I'm going to read this story tremendously, but ended up getting a nine year sentence from that, and then when I went off to do my nine years when I was about to get ruled out, ended up, getting indicted by the fans and I was facing life, so a lot of this is in the book. Don't want to ruin any of the story. Then ended up doing seven years by the grace of God it. A total of seven years behind bars walked at the age of thirty five scared to death, no college degree, no network I'd never even sent an email and I went from a ten dollar an hour employee at a call center I was the guy that used to call up. Issue to take a brief clip for your to your engine on your verizon, but went from that to a decade later, becoming a vice president cited two billion dollars of trade. And Bat Artemije story is very complex and difficult side lights. That's it in a very small concise nutshell, so really going through all of it right right from the very beginning to finding a place for yourself. That feels right at at the end. And you are able to to find your way well. I think just like everybody. The answer's Yes. Of course it is, it's a it's a glorious story right living. It was not as fun as failing it I promise you, but the baggage not so obvious. Is that ten years that I spent? Climbing. The ladder of Gordon America was ten years, shame ills and fear that I would wish on anybody so my story with the exception of my beautiful wife, and all of the great things that happened in those in years, but romy. My story really starts when I. Sit down the right book, which was a couple of years ago. Because that's when I let go of the. The baggage that's when I started the healing process as when I stopped white, knuckling everything in life

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Patchwork Junkie with Kyle Dean Houston

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:05 min | 2 years ago

Patchwork Junkie with Kyle Dean Houston

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted mind podcast, my guest today is Kyle Anderson author of Patchwork, Junkie and Kyle. Why don't you introduce yourself? -Ture Brown first of all I just want to thank you, this is. It's always great. People do their best to give a platform for conversations like this, so I really appreciate, it's connected to you and your audience just really quickly first and foremost I, my husband, a father and proud of both of those things I'm also a sales executive and a coach and a spear as well as an author and spach were. Yeah, thank you so much for coming on. And we were just talking earlier about being DADS and and fatherhood, and the beauty that comes with that so I'm excited to hear about your story. And why don't we just start at the beginning? How how did this all start? And then we'll get to how you ended up writing the book, but tell me a little bit about the beginning sure. I'm assuming you don't WanNa know that was born in the seventies or any of that stuff, so we'll just start with the addiction. We'll just leap into it if you don't mind. Yeah Yeah, so, what ended up happening I was a young entrepreneur in Missouri Twenty, four twenty five years old, and I had my own carpet store and some strange fate I got addicted to meth amphetamine in a very short period of my life I started using needles. The only way I'm ever going to quit. I mean I just spiraled into a deep depression and was convinced the only way I was ever going to get sober was an overdose and I tried my best had. I ended up teaching myself how to Cook Meth as an act of survival, and ended up becoming one of the biggest meth cooks Kansas City in the early nineties, instead of having an overdose I got arrested was facing. Thirty years of my life ended up in a cell by myself for twenty three hours a day for almost a year. I'm going to read this story tremendously, but ended up getting a nine year sentence from that, and then when I went off to do my nine years when I was about to get ruled out, ended up, getting indicted by the fans and I was facing life, so a lot of this is in the book. Don't want to ruin any of the story. Then ended up doing seven years by the grace of God it. A total of seven years behind bars walked at the age of thirty five scared to death, no college degree, no network I'd never even sent an email and I went from a ten dollar an hour employee at a call center I was the guy that used to call up. Issue to take a brief clip for your to your engine on your verizon, but went from that to a decade later, becoming a vice president cited two billion dollars of trade. And Bat Artemije story is very complex and difficult side lights. That's it in a very small concise nutshell, so really going through all of it right right from the very beginning to finding a place for yourself. That feels right at at the end. And you are able to to find your way well. I think just like everybody. The answer's Yes. Of course it is, it's a it's a glorious story right living. It was not as fun as failing it I promise you, but the baggage not so obvious. Is that ten years that I spent? Climbing. The ladder of Gordon America was ten years, shame ills and fear that I would wish on anybody so my story with the exception of my beautiful wife, and all of the great things that happened in those in years, but romy. My story really starts when I. Sit down the right book, which was a couple of years ago. Because that's when I let go of the. The baggage that's when I started the healing process as when I stopped white, knuckling everything in life

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"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Masco anti Gordon America radio and media network good morning it is six minutes after the I'm a walking one and all to Facebook live and also those turned in on base talk radio Brian main tiger Palafox and John make nasco we are back ready to go hope you had a good week in a ready to have some fun this morning we're going to learn how to make women show more about that later on it is been very hot here in San Diego John regarding not just lemon shallow but creamy lemon show you know what you're right creamy limoncello yeah did you watch the video I did not not yet the it's I still I thought to myself when I was watching the video I don't know if you are so tired and I'm thinking of tiger sign is looking at this video he's going to do it celebrating right thing in the mail it in it was such a simple recipe can't wait to talk to chef Joe about yes you know it's a simple recipe to to do it the process takes awhile right tiger well it's not just something we're going to whip up here do you like your view if you're sitting there on a hot day and you're like I want to go make some limit shell that sounds delicious right now if you can wait a month and a half they would be about a month and a half when you compare that with what Bourbon whiskey that's not a long time at all but it's not something you're going to put together a couple of days now definitely not you could have lemonade first right a man right one thing I find that women should look to keep you going until that time most of the women cello that I drinker by now and then is not creamy it's trader Joe's love the creamy the orange stash yo which we had in Italy which I've not seen since we've been back in the states so are you know looking for trying to hopefully he'll talk about give us some other recipes for Italian cooking because I watch some of its videos he's got a good following he knows what he's doing you know why you guys are like this on for those that are are missing on the radio at like this the fingers like John and Joe were tight that's what I meant to say actually I've never met him.

"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It only matters that you are and that we're here to help if you've got over ten thousand dollars in credit card debt and you can't ever see breaking free thing call action debt and do with now convenient over your head is a vicious cycle one day late the charge you only missed a payment double your rate you just don't think it's fair and neither do we this is not bankruptcy or just a simple rate reduction plan we fight for you using our proven experience in the insider program say credit card companies try to hide if you will at least ten thousand dollars to the credit card companies you owe it to yourself to call action that at eight hundred three eight four seventy ninety nine just because you got in over your head doesn't mean you have to stay there forever call eight hundred three four seventy ninety nine today and we can be on your side tomorrow eight hundred three eight four seventy ninety nine eight hundred three four seventy ninety nine. welcome to the garden America show countries most listened to gardening program this is your chance to join us as we talk about gardening culture landscape. the thing that has to deal with the world of gardening. open right now one eight five five four two four nine eight two five one eight five five four two four ninety eight twenty five for your questions and comments for John and guard in America dot com if you're watching this. you can also post your questions and comments right here on our page during the broadcast now here's Brian may John back in time. Gordon America radio in media network. six minutes after the hour back live Facebook live streaming live on that this talk radio and the right here in San Diego our number one AM twelve forty so many ways to listen to us of course we are.

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"gordon america" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Than three hours away from the kickoff of president. Donald J Trump's official reelection campaign announcement here in Orlando at the Amway stadium the crowds -solutely monumental, some have been waiting out outside the stadium for more than thirty hours. All ready. It is frenetic it is joyful, these people who love the nation and here because they believe in one thing, it's not about a personality about one individual. It's about love of nation. Love of this Republic. It's about why America first this show exists, making America great again. And I can think of no one better to discuss today's events with them. Then my friend, a true warrior, Princess unstoppable force in California. She is Jennifer horn. The host of the de the and Don show and the morning on AM five ninety AM eight seventy gen a you. I am jealous. Contributors. Bastion. Gordon america. First show. She able to go see President Trump with you, don't you think can I tell you something. I'm gonna inside base. What don't if anybody's listening, everybody else, don't pay attention? They will only he's only me and Mike Gallagher. I mean they own me and Mike Gallagher came down here, the local affiliate got another ten tickets how they did that. But when it comes to the actual syndicates that's me, and Mike Gallagher broadcasting, and one of about colleagues as well. So Jen, I'll promise a make it up to you. Okay. As long as, as long as I have a favor in the Bank, I guess I. The next time talk show hosts got an invitation. How about that? That sounds that sounds good to me. I'm just I'm so happy that you're there because it is. It's such a great day. President Trump, I'm waiting with baited breath. I know he is going to reignite, so many people are so excited about another four years of age America first policies. I know he's ready to go. He has to be excited to skew personal question. Sarah. How long have you been the conservative? I registered well, I registered as a Republican at seventeen because you were a baby. Yeah. So I registered in February the day that I could the day that I could literally on my birthday, I went to go register to actually the day before, because they let you in California can register. Well, in California, you can be illegal, and you can be twelve as long as you go. But I went for my birthday, I registered and I voted in my first election for Bob Dole against Bill Clinton. Conservative for life, but I will tell you I volunteered for a lot of campaigns. In fact, I volunteered pretty heavily for the for the George W Bush campaign, and did some activism around that. And well, he jokes something in me. I think after nine eleven the passion is just not the same the president that we have right now, I am so don't steal my whole. Okay, follow her, by the way right now gen, the full on Twitter follow. So you've been a conservative, as long as you can remember registered at seventeen this something special going on in this country. Let's just take the nastiness out of it. That's the campaigning.

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"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:13 min | 3 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Twenty five four John at Darden America dot com. We are right here. That's right. John garden. America dot com. You can also pick up the phone call us at eight five five four two four ninety to five Facebook live, is your best bet questions comments with Thai, cappella FOX, John Bagnasco, Brian main it has gotten America. We're still on the air guys. We're still doing it after all these years tonight, moving more into the digital age with the help of tagging. We do appreciate that again. We've got a new YouTube page garden America radio show. Subscribe, go to YouTube good, who are our website, Gordon America dot com got the trip which will be coming up soon as far as the tannery, and John, those countries again quickly on that trip for those that just join us Slovenia Austria. And the Czech Republic. And that set to go for May June of twenty twenty you're going to want to go. It's, it's a fantastic tailor-made trip regarding international Wildflower festival, at just sound anytime something's wild. It's gotta be interesting international, but your mind goes right to wild. How about flowers gone wild? Have you seen that video flowers, eighteen plus to watch flowers gone wild? So what else is going on? So this time of year, I was just talking with John during the break. It's really rare in southern California, specifically San Diego that we've had so much cloud cover for so long and we were just commenting on how the balloons are later for plants on things are not ripening as quickly as they normally would. And we had Mark Anderson who's in Utah and was saying there's a frost warning tonight. And this ring is late as well. Definitely a I think it exceptional year for a lot of people across the country. It's it's hard to wrap your head around some of these things because. You know, people plan for this stuff. So often we, we've talked about it a number of times. Okay. Back east mother's day everybody plans for mother's day will sometimes. It rare occasion. But they have to wait 'til after that or no. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Or tomatoes. I've told you guys before when I was in Michigan freeze the first week in June. Yeah. Freeze kilter in June and June. Matter of fact, the reason I moved to California was we planted a tree with stereo in our backyard in Michigan. Ten years. No blooms and the tenth year. It finally put out these long buds, and we were so excited to see this wisteria blow. And then it froze. I told Shannon I said, you know, we're leaving. Take this anymore. So they were things that were leading up to this move. They'll gradually. Right. The straw, the proverbial straw. Yeah. There's things that happen when you live in cold climates, you know, if you haven't magnolia, you know, as soon as the magnolia opens, it's gonna freeze again. Yeah. And we don't have to worry about that here. Because even if it does freeze here temperatures not cold enough to hurt those. So it must've been must've been culture shock for you to go from Michigan to hear and realize I can grow just about anything any time of the year for the most part like a kid running around in a candy store. Yeah, there's a lot of things you have to learn you when you move from a cold climate to California, you think you're moving to the track books. So you think all the house plants can now grow outdoors, which isn't true because we're the subtropics not the tropic, right? So you don't plant philodendron ground. But there are hardier varieties of philodendron, but just a lot of things you know, you can't put African violets. Right. Orchids some types of orchids just don't do. Well here, you know, even though there are cold hardy types. So you've got to learn all that. And, and my main source, you know, back then there were no computers when we moved out here bought a copy of the western garden book, and I read it every night before I as I was going to bed then bone up on your zones. That's right. Learn about all the new plants over here in market. Mentioned it early in when he was on the concept, not necessarily of general plants, but seeds are seedlings flowers vegetables. And it was planning early implants, often because you always want something kind of coming up in case you know, you meant you mentioned in June, the tomatoes froze and, you know, but if you have a few other tomatoes, like in, in the inventory, right that have been protected, you can then plant those ones now to take over the area that you, maybe you lost some, you know, whether it's due to bugs zyppah back temperatures and things like that. You know, I mean, but it is amazing. I mean where he's at like you mentioned people have thought five thousand square foot, lots at they're planting out with lettuce and tomatoes. Like that. Back in the mid west. They talk about you want your car to be knee high by the fourth of July. Well, you know, back here, we're picking corn in what May June. Sure. And they're, you know, the, the rule of thumb is to be knee high by that should it take to grow knee, high roughly speaking with corn autumn month. Okay. So you plan it now by July should have some four to six weeks. Six weeks, the same time that you start getting in roses ready for the auction, right? Six weeks when you went into look good as far as the blooms, you're talking about for a rose for a rose. Fair Rocha six weeks. Yeah. Just about six weeks. This has been a great year for roses. Yeah. Because it hasn't been too hot. So the pedals haven't planned. Do you think we're gonna have that would is going to affect the rose auction this year? Maybe look differently. The only thing that's going to affect the rose auction. This year is me moving. Because all the roses for the auction or at my house this year. Which means which means the, you know, I've got a thousand roses that are. You know, I'm trying to save in relocate. Yeah. They're all being relocated. But, you know, I've got to put him on drip, when I go to Michigan. There's nobody to water. So hopefully, the drip systems going to work in the timers. What about your your sentence? They're going. They're going. Everyone's going. Visit family thing that's going to be nobody there. Yeah. Well, let's give out that address. What was going to say, you know, maybe you could come by water you know that you're busy during the week, but you could come over that Saturday in the neighborhood. Yeah. If I was closer, I'm the one, you want to water and take care, if you're a closer if I was closer, you live in, which is that's, that's got to get the fruit inspection. I gotta go. Bring his past quarter patrol, I come from fallbrook every weekend. I always think about that. Don't think I never think about how long you drive every weekend to come to the show used to be two days a week to Saturday Sunday. And then last week when, when we were in the nursery, I was thinking about where is an area in between the three of us that we could do show that because I was John didn't have to drive so far to get to the show. But we like thinking about the inconvenience for me is the time zone changes when I come down. Right. I know people having lunch and you're still on breakfast time. Any I didn't see any questions. Let's see here, I guess everybody's up to date. Yeah. It was what he's doing well in their yards. We gotta do. We gotta podcast after the show today talking about what a June punch list. Yep. That's one of the things that have to happen in June. Right now to things besides besides weddings and vacations to help you garden in to help you be successful for the rest of the year. So we're going to go over that list of things, whether it be fertilizing ways to water mulching, different things like that. So we're gonna get into detail. The nice thing about the podcast is that it allows us to really dive in get into detail on one or two things. Yeah. Right. Exactly. And so, you know, we're going to get into those details and hopefully make you be successful for whatever you got going on in the yard because there's it becomes hard, it becomes shallan djing in July and August for the yard because it's hot. Bugs. There's a lot that happens that makes it very challenging through those months that if you do these things now, you will be successful much easier than, you know, it's funny, I feel the same way after after each summer when it starts to cool down that when everything on my patio has survived, because there's times, when, like, when we go to Europe and I'm not there and nice neighbor, lady will water. But if you watering like I would want, right? You know all that. So I always feel very, very good. After that summer in the heat goes away when things are still alive, and it's funny because you can't just think about, like, we'll she water how I water like, you know, like, meaning like, oh, maybe she won't water these plants. Some people won't go away and the people, they have watering their plants over wall for water their their their yard. Fortunately, with with the pots and good drainage. I just hope that things are alive. When I come back, like you said the why we're alive. I'm happy. Yeah. Exactly. I don't care what they look if, if the soil is dry, which you came home in time. And it's alive. Right. That's success. Or like Tigers said, if it was. Waterlogged. That's fine. I'll just let it dry out dry out petty from San Marcos sent a picture of a Caterpillar that she found on her. Tomato plant, and she wanted to know if it was the same thing green the big green wing. She wanted to know if the control would be the same thing as you would use for tomato horn worms and I told her yes and hoping, she would be satisfied with that potentially came back with what is it? You know, I never took entomology in. Did you know? No. Never took it in college. And I always.

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10:06 min | 3 years ago

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"Five Brandon. We'll put you in line. Get you on the air. Also, John at garden, America dot com, but first tomato. Yeah. I don't. But we got a note on Facebook from Kathy up in kneeland, California. And she said her tomatoes that she ordered from us arrived in good condition. But she was sorry to see that. Juliet, which is fantastic tomato had been substituted in. We did have a shortage Juliet this year because of the problems we had with the greenhouses, right? And I I sent her a prairie fire instead. And and I'm crossing my fingers. I think she's going to be happy that she got it tiger. Maybe you can. Yes. A little bit about what that tomato is. Like, the prayer fire is is looks like a Juliet, it's you know, the along gated shaped tomato about the same size as Julia. But it has the yellow and red striping on it. It's very sweet tomato. Bricks score was ten which is you know, really sweet variety and the description has the same bricks rating sunshine junior, which is you know, another one of our favorites. You know, but, but what makes it a little bit different than Juliet is that it's definitely one of those ones that kind of like sun sugar when you're out in the garden, you just eat it. Yeah. There's no reason to bring it in. There's no need to Juliet's. Good one. But usually people will will will bring those in put him into a salad. They do eat them in the in the yard as well. But I think prairie fires definitely one of those more like pop in your mouth as you're working in the garden and snacking kind of a tomato. I would love sweet tomato to me. Little ones are good and salad just to kind of freshen up your sales will sweet taste. Yeah. Right. Earn Ueli describes it as a kid magnet through them. And he says that they're so good that most of those will never make it in the house. Just feed them in the garden. What's what about it too? Is is because of the striping because the shape is different, you know. And so when you see it on the plant, you don't think tomato, I I mean, obviously, we would see the plant. We would say tomato, but the shape and the structure of the fruit non-conventional, you know, there's not. Yeah. Non-conventional kind of a neat description for it for sure Westminster was was I was gonna say trying right? I was thinking Westminster is not up there is it someplace else. Okay. Diane. Let us know. Yes. Thank you, Diane. It's when you're an old guy. It's just hard to remember those kinds of Rick inquired about compost tea, which we used to discuss all the time on this show. Yeah, you can make it you should be able to buy it giant says they don't sell that anymore. John who step to keep activated in a nursery? Yeah. It is. Yeah. But for your one of the best things you can use for your home. It's excellent. And it's super easy to do. You know without getting too involved with it. You know, you're looking at worm castings compost. Cal some kelp. You know, you seep it into some good. Distilled kind of oxygenated water pump oxygen through there. Yeah. And then you put it in your plan. What you're putting on your beneficial? Bacteria live not just beneficial bacteria, but live beneficial bacteria hard part is is putting the oxygen water, and you can make a compost tea without the oxygen and just use it as a fertilizer, but if you want the benefits of having the aerobic bacteria, the beneficial rogue bacteria that are going to crowd out diseases and some insects. It has to be oxygenated. But I mean for that all you have to do is go to your local fish or pet store, and you buy those hair stones, and I mean, they're like twenty bucks or super easy to do. And you just drop it in the bucket that you're seeping, and you leave two days forty eight hours gonna say leave it for a while and their forty eight hours, you know, and then you have this the benefits of adding lie. Live. Microbes in all of that. Is that it sees the results much quicker because you know, this does happen in the soil kind of somewhat naturally, but it's very slow the oxygen underneath there. Right. That's right. Yeah. And well, I mean in the soil. Yeah. Underneath well there. That's how they live in the soil. Yeah. There is oxygen in there. And that's how you know, you know, all these bacteria, but you're kickstarting it, you know, kind of by doing it outside of it. And then dropping it in there. And it's kind of like, I don't know. It'd be like, you know, getting a shot of something or versus like taking a pill. You know when you take a pill? You have to adjust your way your body almost immediately. It goes right into the stream. And that's I think what compost you will do versus the other things we covered all the questions so far, and I don't wanna get too complicated here. But go ahead. There's two types of bacteria, two classes, basically, you could say there's there's good bacteria and bad bacteria in. And the good bacteria always wear white our aerobic. They live in the presence of oxygen the bad bacteria, which are the disease causing organisms live anaerobic Lee without oxygen. And so that's what you're trying to do is crowd out the disease causing organisms with the inox agenda. Good ones. Help crowd those out, right? Yeah. No oxygen has nothing to do. You just said that they don't think trying to crowd it out. You're you're overpopulating with the kitchen only live where there's oxygen. That's what I'm saying. Right. Where the bad doesn't need oxygen. Yes. And then. Complicate. I know is going to get to. Another good note on this is that the another way to make sure you only have good in your soil because it's like how do you introduce oxygen soil? You don't over water. You know, when you over water when you create that bog like situation when the the oxygen leaves the water like what Johnson, you're you're left without oxygen. And that's when those bad bacteria. That's why roots raw why roots rise bad bacteria's overpopulate. And then now they crowded out your goods good don't have a chance and so in because I'm sure people listening like how to introduce oxygen into my soil. There's no great way to to grab oxygen and just put it into the ground. You have to make sure you don't over water again going back to John says. That's why rainwater is so good, right? Because it has the ox, yes. And I was cleaning out my garage the other day. And I thought I wonder if Brian would want this I have a jar oxygen? Kind of I have a watering can at home. That plugs in. And and it puts oxygen into the water in the water. And can then you unplug you go water, your plants nice. How about that? How about that? Okay. Your patio? It'd be purchasing your house plants you plug it in for a little while. And then you water the same concept of the aquarium's. I have got the stone of putting bubbles into the fish more oxygen. You should use aquarium water to what are your plans? You know, what I do when I do the water changes. I absolutely do as long as you. Don't have too many chemical fish dry out if you take too much, I know actually, you right exactly gifted know how much chemical which you've got going on in the water. Probably don't put but living in it. So it can have anything to writing right now. So I just put the pots outside. Just excess water goes into the pots what chemicals would you put in a fish tank. Well, you would have nitrogen if you need a foster ph if attire lower same like ninety nine hundred. Plant. No, I mean, you don't put chlorine bleaches or anything that you brought up a good point if the Fisher living, and they're doing well and thriving than for the most part the water that I'm dumping out. It's going to be ok, okay. And probably has some beneficial attributes to it. Yeah. Even dead fish in there. Kathy seems to be happy with your description of prairie fire. And she wanted to know how long it takes to ripen in the same. It's. Same ripening as Juliet so right around seventy days. Yeah. Kind of an early guy. I I want to look into a more it's called prairie fire. I'm assuming because of the color the striped orange in the red. But sometimes they throw you for a loop in have that would be to there's there's more four plants in that group. I think Aaron Ueli calls them cream of the crop Gators, and one of those is red torch, which was an all American selection of their fire one and April, cut, zebra. I think is in there, which we still have a few available of if you're familiar with green, zebra, April cut, zebra might be cool one to try, and we have a few of those left, and then there's a pink champagne, I think is the fourth one. And there except for the April zebra, which is around tomato kind of looks like an uppercut, the others are all elongated cherry tomatoes. Yeah. So check out garden America dot com with what we have left. Check out the website continues to evolve and we have one ship date left, which is may thirteenth is the next time. We got to be ready weaker those people. Yeah. The only I think the only plants that we're shipping next week would be cosmic kale. Oh, yeah. I saw that posting in the newsletter. Cosmic kale is in. They were big plants in the greenhouse. Yeah. They were they were looking really nice. It is break time. Forty five minutes after the hour Bank with one more segment if you have any last minute questions we'd love to hear from you right there on Facebook live or call us at eight five five four two four nine eight thousand five John at Gordon, America dot com..

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06:29 min | 3 years ago

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"Doesn't receive too, many emails Jonah, Gordon, America's okay, best of all Facebook live 'cause we mind into that. And again, the phone number eight five five four two four ninety to five chat with Brandon is a good guy. He'll put you on the air. We get rid of not got rid of. But we took care business. You know before just one final word hasn't gotten a couple emails about the trip. We were talking about freeway. That's good. Yeah. It always wanted to do was let you know that we we have this being planned, but it'll be three weeks before we have the information. Okay. And the somebody was asking about the trip to the rose gardens anger housing in that won't be part of the main trip. But if we have enough interest, we will put together a post to a little side post tour. Yeah. Okay. Like, maybe three days will zip up to hang sang house before we come home eight hour bus trip. Zip. That's what's going on. I think we would do the we would go from Prague does anger house. And then I think it might be like three or four hours. Well, that's not so bad not bad at all. Okay. We do have all the business out of the way. So that means our guest is standing by ready to go tiger. Yes. This morning. It is springtime. People are pulling out the lawn care tools outdoors, getting them greased up ready to go the grass is growing the the weeds need to be pulled. And so we thought it'd be a great time to bring on Alan Hain. The lawn care nut one finale has called them a nut type calls himself the nut. Okay. So I think it's okay. But you know, a expert in the lawn care field. Allen good morning. Good morning. Great to be with you guys. Yeah. Thank you for joining us. How's everything going this morning it great checking in from sunny, Florida? It's cloud proof right now. Nice and blue probably gonna hit eighty today. So we're doing well down here now. Perfect. So you're in you're just like us. We're here in San Diego. So you got spring full in effect for you, right? Yeah. I got Saint Augustine grass here, and it's been running real strong for the last several weeks. So things are locating. Alan quick. Quick question. Does the humidity kick in this time? Or is it a little too soon for your Florida humidity little kid soon? Right now, we we are not in the rainy season. Quite yet. We'll hit rainy season end of may early June. That's when the humidity really get sweltering. But this time of year. Now's perfect. Awesome. Sounds good. He's tiller listeners a little bit about who you are. Because you're a well known lawn care expert across the nation, but you are new to our program. So tell us a little bit about your background in in. Why you got into lawns? For sure. Yeah. I'm first of all I'm not I wouldn't call myself an expert on the guy that learned from experiences and just loves to talk. But I started at triggering Kim lawn back in nineteen ninety seven as a job after I got out of the air force and spent fifteen years there that was on the south side of Chicago, cool season grass and held a lot of different jobs there service manager marketing manager and general manager and kind of move my way up through the true green ranks and really enjoyed that. But over time, I started to realize that you know, we had some challenges with communicating with customers the internet was becoming a big thing. And especially as mobile started taking off in two thousand seven and eight and I realized there was a little bit of a hole there, and I wanted to fill it and can't really do that sometimes in large corporations. So I started a little blog, and that blog turned into something pretty big, and then I took it onto YouTube, and, you know, just in the last couple of years, it's really become something on YouTube. There wasn't a lot a lot of people carrying about lawn care on YouTube until about two years ago. So the real growth of the channel has happened. Just in the last couple of years, I don't work for green anymore. Obviously. A lot of other things. But now, I do this fulltime. So that's how it works. I own DIY. I kind of consider it, you know, like, an HGTV kind of DIY show just on YouTube, and it's about one awesome in, you know, you could be an expert because I mean, you know, a lot of experts that have studied things for lots of years. Sometimes don't know even the people a what people that have been doing it for years and years and years, and so, you know, I I always see this win them, you know, especially like call Gulf course manager, you know, they go to school for this these been years. Ed, universities studying, you know, lawn care systems era Gatien's isn't some of that. But then when you actually working on that golf course in learning those little ins and outs. You know? That's the real expert part of it understanding what's going on. Why you might have a problem or what's causing the problem? So yeah, I think it said could be called an expert. No problem at all. They're especially if we get questions this morning from our Facebook viewers or listeners, you're going to have to answer them, no pressure. I think we have one avail followers on Facebook. Because. He says good morning may the tall fescue be with you. Vernacular language, we've developed in our community. And that's the whole thing, you know, might might communities ninety nine percent DIY ours. And that is part of what I try to do is. I I really do. I want them to understand the mass behind what we do in the science. And the why we're doing what we're doing is that hey, just throw this down. It's only tell you why we're doing it. And let me tell you the mass behind it, and what you should expect. And what results you'll know? So we do try to get pretty technical in that. But I try to do it in a way that is approachable for the Iwa. And that's that's kind of the niche carp down. It's been really fun to do that. That's awesome. So it is the end of April right now. Alan, you know, for a lot of people they might be still under snow, but they're getting ready for spring for those of us that are lucky to be in the southern part of the country. We are in full effect with ring what what's something right now that people need to consider whether they're still getting ready for spring or whether this spring is starting about lawns. No matter where you're at. I love it. So actually, I consider actually may fifth which is or this year may fourth which is the Kentucky Derby day. I would consider that to be the lawn care across a good portion of the country cool season warm season grasses should all be kicked in pretty hard court right around that time. So we're getting close to that. But we still have an opportunity for pre emergent, herbicides, crabgrass. That's really the big one especially up through the midwest. And in the north soil temperatures approaching fifty five is when I like to start throwing down some pre emergent, and then in the south, you know, we can do a second application or a split application of pre emergent herbicides when temperatures hit seventy. So that's the thing. I would still start making sure you're focusing on your pre emergency can stop crabgrass and other other challenges during the year. And then the other.

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08:01 min | 3 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Too, many emails, John, Gordon, America's okay? Best of all Facebook live because we might into that. And again, the phone number eight five five four two four ninety to five but chat with brandings a good guy. He'll put you on the air. We got rid of not got rid of. But we took care business. You know before just one final word hasn't gotten a couple emails about the trip. We were talking about. That's good. Yeah. It always wanted to do was let you know that we we have this being planned, but it'll be three weeks before we have the information. Okay. And the somebody was asking about the trip to the rose gardens anger housing in that won't be part of the main trip. But if we have enough interest, we will put together a post to a little side post to her. Yeah. Like, maybe three days will zip up to hang sang or housing before we come home eight hour bus trip. Zip. That's what's going on. I think we would do the we would go from Prague does anger house in then in. I think I might be like three or four hours. That's not so bad. It's not bad at all. Okay. We do have all the business out of the way. So that means our guest is standing by ready to go tiger. Yes. This morning. It is springtime. People are pulling out the lawn care tools outdoors, getting them greased up ready to go the grass is growing the the weeds need to be pulled. And so we thought it'd be a great time to bring on Alan hang the lawn care nut when. Once analogy is called him a nut tiger calls himself the nut. Okay. So I think it's okay. But you know, a expert in the lawn care field. Alan good morning. Good morning. Great to be with you guys. Yeah. Thank you for joining us. How's everything going this morning? It's great checking in from sunny, Florida. It's cloud proof right now. Nice and blue probably gonna hit eighty today. So we're doing well down here now. Perfect. So you're in the you're just like us. We're here in San Diego. So you got spring full in effect for you, right? Yeah. I got Saint Augustine grass here, and it's been a running real strong for the last several weeks. So things are looking Allen quick quick question. Does the humidity kick in this time or is a little too soon for your Florida humidity little too soon right now we we are not in the rainy season. Quite yet. We'll hit rainy season end of may early June. That's when the humidity really gets altering. But this time of year. Now's perfect. Awesome. Sounds good. He's Alan teller listeners a little bit about who you are. Because you're a well known lawn care expert across the nation, but you are new to our program. So tell us a little bit about your background in. Why you got into lawns? For sure. Yeah. I'm first of all I'm not I wouldn't call myself an expert on the guy that learned from experiences and just loves to talk. But I started at triggering Kim lawn back in nineteen Ninety-seven as a job after I got out of the air force and spent fifteen years there that was on the south side of Chicago, cool season grass and held a lot of different jobs there service manager marketing manager and general manager, and it's kind of move my way up through the true green ranks and really enjoyed that. But over time, I started to realize that you know, we had some challenges with communicating with customers, and the internet was becoming a big thing. And especially as mobile started taking off in two thousand seven and eight and I realized there was a little bit of a hole there, and I wanted to fill it in can't really do that sometimes in large corporations. So I started a little blog, and that blog turned into something pretty big, and then I took it onto YouTube, and, you know, just in the last couple of years, it's really become something on YouTube. There wasn't a lot a lot of people carrying about lawn care on YouTube until about two years ago. So the real growth of the channel has happened. Just in the last couple of years, I don't work for Trevino anymore. Obviously a lot of other things. But now, I do this fulltime. So that's how it works at moan DIY. I kind of consider it, you know, like, an HDTV kind of DIY show just on YouTube, and it's about long awesome in, you know, you could be an expert because I mean, you know, a lot of experts that have studied things for lots of years. Sometimes don't know even the people a what people that have been doing it for years and years and years, and so, you know, I I always see this win them, especially like, a call Gulf course manager, you know, they go to school for this. They spend years at universities studying, you know, lawn care systems era Gatien's isn't some of that. But then when you actually working on that golf course in learning those little ins and outs. You know? That's the real expert part of it understanding what's going on. Why you might have a problem or what's causing the problem? So. Yeah. Alan, I think it said he'd be called an expert. No problem at all. They're especially if we get questions this morning from our Facebook viewers or listeners, you're going to have to answer them, no pressure. I think we have one avail followers on Facebook. Because he says good morning me the tall fescue be with you. Vernacular language, we've developed in our community. And that's the whole thing. You know, my my communities ninety nine percent DIY ours. And that is part of what I try to do is. I really do. I want them to understand the math behind what we do in the science. And the why we're doing what we're doing is that hey, just throw this down. It's only tell you why we're doing it. And let me tell you the mass behind it, and what you should expect. And what results you'll know? So we do try to get pretty technical in that. But I try to do it in a way that is approachable for the Iwa. And that's that's kind of a niche of carp down. It's been really fun to do that. That's awesome. So it is the end of April right now. Alan for a lot of people. They might be still under snow, but they're getting ready for spring for those of us that are lucky to be in the southern part of the country. We are in full effect with spring. What what's something right now that people need to consider whether they're still getting ready for spring or whether this ring is starting about lawns. No matter where you're at. I love it. So actually, I consider actually may fifth which is or this year may fourth which is the Kentucky Derby day. I would consider that to be the peak of lawn care across a good portion of the country cool season warm season grasses should all be kicked in pretty hard core right around that time. So we're getting close to that. But we still have an opportunity for pre emergent herbicides to stop crabgrass. That's really the big one especially up through the midwest. And in the North Slope temperatures approaching fifty five is when I like to start throwing down some pre emergent, and then in the south, you know, we can do a second application or. Split application of preeminent, herbicides when temperatures hit seventy. So that's the thing. I would still start making sure you're focusing on as your emergency can stop crabgrass and other other challenges during the year, and then the other thing I tell people is to get out in mo- that really the best way to can to make your lawn. Look better grow more healthy. If you have Risa miss or stolen, his grasses to make them spread out and get stickers to mow, and I told people the mo- twice a week. So get happy right now every Wednesday and then MO every Saturday or Sunday. So those are the two things I would do right out. The gate is getting those two habits. Yeah. And you know, the frequent mowing keeps the weeds controlled because they don't go to flower or anything like that. And you know, I didn't realize so if mowing two times a week. Yeah. You know, I had challenged people to do that. Because I believe the cultural practices the number one way to have a healthy, healthy lawn. When I did work for green one of the biggest reasons why our applications would fail was not due to the application of the weather or the technician, it was due to improper mowing or improper cultural practices mowing is really we're talking about. They're going to get better results. And I was going to say to interrupt you. But it's such a simple thing and people just mow the grass because the grass gets gets tall. They want to keep it a certain level. But what you're saying is by Morgan twice a week. You're prepping yourself for the upcoming season. Correct. Exactly, right. And you're you're encouraging more lateral growth in those types of grasses, and you're also encouraging more root growth, you know. And as well, as I you know, I like to think there's another piece of that. There's the exercise you get a good excuse to get out and get exercise clear your head on a Wednesday night get out in the sun setting in your face, those are beautiful things. And I think that makes a connection with your land. And I know that gets a little bit, you know, stranger, whatever. But I really believe there's something to that that the more you connect with your land more you will want to care for it..

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1170 The Answer

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Patching up Shen strong defense strict instructions more energy development, we assessing the university campus and restoring the first and fifth amendment deterrence abroad, strong support for Israel. But in addition to that keep tweet or modified that traditional message by challenging Republican stablishment all free trade. It's somehow fair, and it's not that the interior of the country is doomed or by switching cause-effect, the people who suffered economically you to call to their deserved it or that we can't close the border and immigration must always be largely illegal credit non diverse and. On a measure this. It's always gonna be as it is. And then finally said. If you're gonna get dates overseas. Let's make sure that you can translate likely tactical victories teacher to damage that warping about message of tweaking whatever you want call it with a central and winning shakes Republicans. Otherwise, had no chance of winning Pennsylvania, Ohio Iowa. Lineup until that that would be practical and the principal positions at Trump took. And then the second thing is people were tired of Marcus of queensbury. John McCain won't be campaigning deference to pretty vicious attacking, Shane, whatever. Trump was. He was sculpted. He would reply in kind and the way they hadn't seen since maybe out water Bush campaign in nineteen eighty. Also Kripa Penick number that you didn't change his appearance dialect of tire depending on appeared on like all progressive candidates when it's Jill Biden Clinton had a log into. Our former I'll work with our vets. I love big beautiful coal different message. And I'm gonna put coal workers. Yeah. You know, you've made this point about his authentic ally. And I love it because it's so right. I think you know, that has been sort of I guess just the accepted wisdom of the political class that if you're Hillary Clinton when you go to the south, you talk to you drop, your, jeez, you say, you know, I'm really happy to be talking with you all them here. And then if you go to university campus you talking to different way, if you go on a an urban radio station, you talk you tell them about how you always carry hot sauce in your purse and Trump did something different. He just was always blue suit white shirt, huge red tie. And it didn't matter if he was at a coal mine at a factory. He was always just him take it or leave it. Yeah. Queens, he Cambridge to California that Queen accent. Genuine queen. And I think people thought were whatever us is. That's what we get. That's what you see. And they thought this guy really will get out of the terrorists climate court. He really will counting the Iran deal. He really will get GDP up three percent. He really does believe you can stop China. And so there wasn't that Lincoln cynicism. And he brought that six to eight million voters out of the woodwork that either stayed home in two thousand twelve and that was just enough in those key states to win them by eighty two hundred and fifty thousand votes brilliant. The strategy was brilliant and people today have learned nothing and forgotten nothing. New still don't see the appeal in the strategy. I think he's gonna repeat itself in two thousand twenty here. So maybe talk to speak to that just a little bit. So we're shaping up here. We're just right at the beginning of the twenty twenty election season. How do you see that shaping up as you make the case for? Trump is does that case hold up in twenty twenty and lead him to reelection. I think it does kept most of his promises of tried to keep his record on the commun- porn politics. Good. He did better at this point. Than either Obama Clinton. Did it were both easily reelected in terms of winning that? Staunching has lost on the house loses. Makes you picked up on like either have been the Senate his popularity from forty three to forty four about where they were they had, you know, pretty easy election, president won't be reelected because of the scandal economic collapse on popular why don't see that happening. And he's got a record now. And he's got a worse. The Democrats gonna nominate somebody less tolerable than Hillary Clinton. Pretty clear I can do that. Yeah. I mean, this Conrad Black makes the argument this starts to look to him like nineteen seventy-two all over again. Which was of course, a huge victory for Nixon. Unfortunately, we've got to leave it there. But thank you very much for taking the time today. The case for Trump is the book Victor Davis Hanson is its author. It is available on Amazon if you have Amazon prime you might be able to still have it today. Strongly suggest you take advantage of that. Because this is the best. Most articulate most thorough going. Going case for Trump has been made Chris Buskirk will be back with more of America. First with special, Gordon. America will never be a socialist country.

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"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:47 min | 3 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Email us at John and Gordon America dot com, or as most people do who watch Facebook right through on Facebook live as we continue. Let a great information from Janine standard tiger. Yes. So before the break, we were talking with Janine standard with proven winners plants, and she was mentioning on some tips on growing some of the plants in containers, and she had mentioned using new potting soil whenever you're planting. And she was just talking about fertilizing them not to buy soil that already has the fertilized rate hike or don't rely on. Right because you still have to fertilize it later on dirt road. I think that's where you had left off. Right janine. Right. The the place is going to help the plant stronger. Not only is it gonna increase the number of looms and the quality of the blooms it's helped the system of the plant, and that's going to help the plant stand up in those hot afternoons tiger. If you're planting something like super bells in extreme heat. You might want to have it where it's also going to get a little afternoon shade. So that's where the part said opportunity comes in. But again that plant up in Minnesota would be fine with full sets out tens of where you're at. But but we just cannot. Preach enough about plants food and the need to really support your plans as much as possible. And I don't want to go off topic too much. But I do want to mention to our listeners that when people go to a garden center, and they find these plants, especially when it comes to these hanging baskets in their field with these beautiful caliber coz, did you mentioned in there in full bloom that you have to understand that the grower grew that usually in some kind of. Hothouse or shade house? I, you know, with ideal environments, and they've fertilized it to look like that. And then you bring it home. You still have to give it that fertilizer that care in order to get it to keep continuing to do that. You know, because they are in containers. And they don't have the ability to reach into natural resources of of these nutrients in soil. So you have to supplement it. And so, you know, like, you mentioned Janine just you can't preach about some good fertilizer to keep these plants going. So let's get back onto some of the the plants that you wanted to talk about today. We had mentioned some of the caliber coz, you'd mentioned the one convo what what other plans? Do you got for us? Well, what are the trends that we don't see going away is the desire for gardeners to have their backyard? Do a little more. They don't want it to just be pretty they wanted to nurture wildlife. So we have constantly been increasing the number of pollinator plants in our line. The now we have the rock Confucius series this year new to that line is rocking few show, which is just amazing bloom. These Salvi is are the first plant the hummingbirds in my backyard to they just it's politic bloomer. They're big plans three feet in height. So it's a plant that you wanna give a lot of room to in a container large container. Just one plan is all you're going to need and there's two of the colors in that line. One is playing the blues and the other is deep purple. But new this year is the is Rockin fuchsia salvia, so hummingbirds absolutely go to that one for millionaire Cuccia is one that's. Been in our line for a while as well. Small tubular red orange blooms super easy to grow. And just the perfect bloom per for hummingbirds, and you see the bees and butterflies swarming on those as well too. So I just installed that coup. Fia janine. Yard in in point Loma this past week. And it's it's it's they're having a party coming up soon, and they were really excited just have this really good Papa color. And as you mentioned, it's amazing to see the hummingbirds go after it. So it's it's a really fun good-looking plant. It is. It's just it's just nature at its finest. If you're if you happen to be sitting there, you just I think even in the fall, I just had of goes still to watch. I think it's mother nature. It's finest. So I would be amiss. If I didn't mention our that line of super tuna plans its ever growing with by colors, and double blooms and just a vast array I'll have to tell you my favorite is super tuna, Honey, and it is a plant. The blooms actually change color depending upon the night temperatures. So in on really hot part of the day. It'll be a kind of a pale Honey color, but if you have cold nights in the spring or else in the fall, you might turn around look at your window box and a flush pink has come into those blooms where almost every bloom in the plant has a different gradation of either a yellow or pink pout, really fun. So I had to pick out one. I would go with that. Now, let me ask you that that's becoming a real popular trend with these kinds of color changing plants. Does it does it matter when the bud was set as far as those colors, or is it just diminishing temperatures like meaning like if it's a fully developed flower already does it still change colors or does it have like one of those things? That's when it was in, bud. It was cold. But now it's opened up. And it's that colored you know, I'm I thought that was kind of. No, I mean, I I've had this experience. I've seen it myself. And you will see it has a cascading habit, and I will put it in a window back. So you will see that the pink more to the bottom of the trailing portion of the plant. And we yeah. Honey, Honey is a great name for it. Because it really is. That unusual bloom color. It's it's a rich yellow very rich with some oranges in it. So we don't promote it as a changing a color changing plant because as temperature dependent. But it is just a personal favorite of mine. So. Yeah. It is if you're looking for something fun for shade. And if you think back on the polka dot plant that you can buy it a garden say only got about two inches tall and good in a house plant container. We have brought in. Now, we have four Hypo Espy's in what we call our hippo line, and that is a foliage only plant four colors, but if you're looking for a plant that's gonna be our sun or shade. That is perfect. And then you can bring it inside pop it in the house, and it will make it through the winter and then trauma back and put it back outside. So it's well, it's definitely a much larger plant than you might be with the polkadot plans. Just one can get up to two feet in height so head if you're looking for color under a tree a lot of people, you know, what can I plan under a tree? Well, somebody like a maple you guys know that tree is gonna take all the. All the energy all the water out of the ground and not leave anything for ground cover, flowering plants. So we we recommend putting big pots of colorful plants under trees like that. So if you took one of our color, blaze coleus, we have quite a few new in the line this year with that that is a plant that will also go full sun to full shade. And you add a hippo to that. It's a really nice birthday color Nobumasa, just depending on that foliage to brighten up shady spot under the trees. So that's a that's a fun thing to do with those plants and new new plants in both of those lines, the hippo Hypo essays, and then the color blaze Kolia, that's a great idea because Ryan only has a patio seed hefty pygmy hippo. Full-sized, but. That's a great idea. Because a lot of people have that problem where they have this really dark shaded soil area because there's a tree out in Atlanta. Could be a pine could be a maple whatever. And it's always dropping things on it, and nothing grows. But if you do containers in sometimes you get real bright color containers that stand out. You can do combinations in there. And like you said a coli is. The impatience a of plants will do aesthetically pleasing. So that's a great idea. It's good for new darkness to the you know, the plan. So we also have begun. Yeah. In our line surefire, but go now that will also go sonner shade. And that's perfect for first time gardeners. They don't have to worry about where they put it. It's going to grow wherever they put that of color or wherever they planned app ago now or that color ablaze coleus in the ground is going to grow wherever they put it. They don't have to study the amount of sunlight to make sure it's getting four to six hours of in that special spot in their backyard. So we like it for that. We wanna make gardening easy and encourage people to to try to grow whatever they'd like to grow. So early success for new Gardner is so important because otherwise people tend to get frustrated they try something, and I just I just can't do this. And here's an example of something that will make you successful for the most part right off the bat. Hey, we're trying for. Yep. We just have a few minutes left. But I wanted to make sure people get the information because, you know, proven winners website number one wanna has all these plants listed with the care instructions, and the little things that you need to know about it. But you guys also have some great plan grams as far as you know, combinations. And you have these plans, so what is the website? And what do you recommend people go from where do you recommend.

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"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:57 min | 3 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I see we've got a question maybe we can answer quick tiger. If you take a look at that, our guest is also ready to go. We've got to get a quarter of the week. My goodness. We forgot about the way all answer the question. It was Michelle and she asked what can I do about the worms the green worms eating my Bogan via and the green worms eating your Bogan via can be solved by natural guard has a product out called Spinoza, and soap, and then also BT bacillus thuringiensis. Close. Both of those products good for any kind of chewing insects, and which involves worms and that would be good on your book. Now, Michelle had also is amazing that you do have worms on your Bogin via right now. Because normally they would be they be at this point in time. It's too cold. But obviously, you're in an area where they've Xavier will to survive the winter and there's still chewing away, but get rid of them now because they're just gonna keep you. Yes. And worst you might just be seeing the damage from last thinking they're there now. To prevent them. Those both of those products. Don't don't hurt John the quote or paragraph for the week? It's a simple quote. Okay. It's from sitting bull one of your favorite people who doesn't love sitting bull. That's right. And. Sprink- springs next week. Right. Yes. So I thought this was a great quote. It says behold, my friends, the spring is come the earth his gladly received the embraces of the sun, and we shall soon see the results of their love when what that sounded like in his native language. Okay. We're all covered. We'd get stuck live questions comments, John and Gordon, America dot com. Eight five five four two four nine eight to five Brandon is our director studio coordinator keeping us on the air. Let's go to work guess tiger. All right. So this morning. We have Paul is Lee with rainforest flora and an expert in epic fights is John had mentioned before to Lancia's air plants weird looking things hanging from trees. I don't know. It goes by all kinds of other names. I'm sure but once we start to describe him. I'm sure everybody will know what we're talking really don't think weird things hanging from trees an official name though. But it's a good way describe, hey, I work in retail in. You'd be amazed. What people come in with descriptions of those weird things that hang on the trees, what do you call them? And you're like, I need more information plans. Sure, Paul agrees with Paul good morning. How are you? It's nice to see we're having some fun. Right. Absolutely. Yeah. Okay. He actually comes from the guy a finished is named allies Pilon who died in sixteen ninety three. And it was the genius was named violent. Itself in seventeen thirty seven and it's hard for people to read Qalandia the middle of the word land, which is easy enough. And then you've got a TI L in the front and it s I am the back. Lancia genus in the premier yet. Which includes the pineapple, and it is often recruit to as their off to purchase AARP plants easy. Wait for a lot of people who say the word, but. Feis they know soil, they they can grow in the air on just by themselves or you can fix them glue them to anything and as long as they wanted to grow. Yeah. And a lot of people get this misconception that they just are left alone. And you just kinda allow them to be, but, but you know, for you Paul with such a background in you, growing them anything. But you know, there's some care involved in different things. Tell us a little bit about rainforests floor, and what you guys do as a company. Well, I was originally exposed these plants back in the nineteen sixties when I was at UCLA, and I just couldn't believe plants like that could be real friend of mine had him hanging in his patio. When they just look like they're from outer space or the bottom of the ocean. And there was no dirt. And I just couldn't figure that out. You know? I liked things. And so that got me interested in the NFC years after I got out of school. And I wanted to try and start a business. I didn't have any money, and I like the plants alive, and I looked around and noticed that no one had ever really tried to sell to the public before nineteen seventy four putting minded hike chief lagging drove down to San Lucas carried over to. We all around Mexico. You could ten peninsula troop police down into the call and into Guatemala City. And then when I came back from that, I took some of the plants we've sent back in. I started fluid little pieces of driftwood that I've found in the Roseville. Swap meet. Cardi forty five years, you know? Wow. That's quite a trip through Mexico to all those countries in places that you mentioned my goodness. Yeah. Yeah. What the culmination of it? I don't usually ever say this, but the first night in Guatemala City. This other guy get grabbed off the streets and. Inputting the jail the prison. We didn't do anything wrong. And I ended up spending two weeks in there. And boy, did I learn a lot about life. That's like that as a TV series locked up abroad. Oh, man. Yeah. Thankfully. So got a question since you have such a deep background in these in. I can't feel things with our industry and in every industry go through these these waves, and you know, the time that you brought these in. I think was the time when houseplants were popular, and you know, you know, that driftwood look in the macaroni was kind of popular so kind of fit I think with what a lot of people were doing and then things changed. And now, I feel they're kind of making his reappearance in the interest of Pinterest in all this DIY crafts in all of these things. Are you seeing a big influx? Or is. It always been like a steady climb. What's what's going on in the in the market for you? Well, it's very interesting. That's a good question. You know, the plants you, you're exactly right. And when I think about the ladder in the pottery. Macram all that stuff. Brings back a lot of memories. But. I know that a lot of the plants are very modern lucky and for people who don't want a lot of clutter are in their in their place their apartment or house. They're very modern looking. They're super easy to take care of which will get you in a little bit. And. Huge variety of shapes colors sizes, if people can use the decorate whatever they want to decorate, you know. So that's really just kind of starting. I think in terms of their popularity. The basic doesn't types come out. You know, come out of nature come out of the other countries and stuff, but so many different kinds that are so interesting and beautiful in their who's right? And the availability of isn't really great because they take years to produce from seeds. So it's it's the process that we go through but over time, more and more will be available. If more and more different shapes colors and sizes, and and I I've seen. For myself. I think some day they'll be the most popular plants on earth. Because so many people are urbanizing they're living in smaller places and more centralized places. All over the world, you can take the Inca statement about hue very easily, and and you can decorate an item or night of conduct rate. You know, can go with the plan to make it make a really interesting piece. All right. Hey,.

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"gordon america" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:14 min | 3 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on WJR 760

"The Ford Motor Company, they you're hearing all different kinds of stories if you get too deep into this like with Bloomberg's and others you'd think that things were falling apart falling apart at Ford. I'm here to tell you they did very very well in North America. They like many other companies have had some struggles in Europe and China because Europe and China are struggling so not so good there. The guy who and remember this is relentless. Positive radio and a relentlessly positive guy is Jim Hackett the CEO of Ford Motor Company. The other end of my line right now. Good morning to you. Jim. Good morning. Paul W we're very positive about the company. You wanna talk to you about that this morning. Yeah. I like to hear about it because there are people like achilles research. That says though, you underperformed in two thousand eighteen you could outperform in twenty nine thousand nine on the back of recovering investor sentiment. Huge surprise potential in two thousand nine hundred and let's face it. Shares for Ford Motor Company still are in in. Their own words remain in the bargain bin. It's true. You know, you, and I talked about sports, for example. You know, this is the company a year ago, and you know, not have the design of its business. The way it is heading into the twenty nineteen we spent twenty eight getting that right? In spite of all that work. We had a decent year. Fact, Gordon America had a really good year. We're going to be paying a nice bonus to our factory workers and has the number seven six zero in it. So that I think that's carbon. I think it is with our frequency. Absolutely good. Good catch. Yes. Yeah. And and and you know, the of the CEO I mean, listen, it's straightforward. You got to balance the interests, like Wall Street along with employees. Customers dealers suppliers and I hear them saying they want us to move faster on the redesigned. But we're we're being very thoughtful about the way we're doing this. So that we don't have anyone of those constituencies. Well, you've learned to thing or two from people who did move too fast. No question. I mean, I live with this other times and I worked with a guy and billboard, which is such an advantage for me because listen to us talk all the time about our job is to serve others, and and service of them Wall Street's one of them. But think about the needs of all these other folks in how we want things to change. And that's the important thing me change almost every aspect of the business for markets the products, and and now this an ear about. You know, I happen to run in last night to rot Albert's, the executive director of the ongoing North American International auto show and Paul Sabatini one of your Lincoln dealers, very very pleased with the product that you have now in the excitement of all the other new products that are coming down the road as well. And we're also we talked a lot with excitement about the June North American International auto show. So we get out of the cold, and the snow and all the rest of it. So there are positive things. There are always going to be questions and all of that. But you grew full-year revenue two percent to the highest level since before the great recession. The cash flow was two point eight billion enabling you to maintain cash and liquidity balances well above your targets. And let's face it. While things might have been a little depressed, especially in other parts of the world that seventy. Six hundred dollar bonus. Check to the UAW Ford workers is big. In fact, how do you do that? If you had a quote unquote down period. How do you still come up with seventy six hundred dollars per employee UAW worker? Earned it. These folks did a great job a year. You know, what we move things around me restarted ranger? I've been in the last few weeks of all the whitewater around other issues that are folks that are back fasting job or very stable. They're all yeah. Westby enter this coming year where we have to work out deals with them. Our plans in North America, really solid. The other thing is that our product development. Our people were so hard and getting products out. Management. You know, I look backwards. Little Costa debated in the product line is but a move from being one of the oldest in average as one of the newest see that's what Wall Street is caught between going to see the object of that caliphate. That's and you'll see good when you consider. Well, first of all the North American International auto show excitement around the GT five hundred the Mustang and the twenty twenty explorer lineup and then as you point out Jim Hackett at Ford Motor Company, the the over the next two years. The Ford showrooms gonna have the freshest full lineup you you mentioned the all new ranger the Bronco escape. All new explorer, all new police interceptor utility all new f one fifty battery electric SUV offroad, small utility. There's a lot coming in the pipeline. Snuck in the battery electric SUV little surprise. I make toes twinkle when I think about it. I've got a great team, but Farley how tight job neither the folks that really rallied around getting this product, right? I mean, they in China right now it's nine, but they're they're looking at in new bottles coming in here alone between and Lincoln. Is that right? Ten new models between Ford and Lincoln in China and China's back on its heels. But this also indicates just how important of Ford is an China is to Ford, and in fact, one of the things I think pulse apetit said last night from that Lincoln has come on strong in China to be the either second or third top luxury vehicle in China already. Yeah. Lincoln itself. Like, you said Paul so crane to bring this up. That's a that's a example of what we can do because we put our nose to the page so to speak about five years ago and said we're going to turn this thing around three successive years where the vehicles been name vehicles the year and in China, it's really hot. And here's thing what we're learning about in doing Lincoln. It's so common sense start with the design problem around, but I really care about work backwards replying that with sports, and you know, optimism is is the kind of thing I grew up with. I think you're one of the best that I get to hear every day. Like, my father getting a piece to get up and sing every morning and wake us all up. So. I feel the same way. Well, God bless you. We have relentless positive radio. No matter the headwinds, Jim Hackett, keep up the good work. And I know you wanna thank all the hardworking men and women of Ford Motor Company. Well, you know, I do that every time tell you there's nothing more important than than in this constituency than the people were Ford Motor Company, they love their company and they brought up there behind this transformation. And I just want to. Thank you for that. Thank you, sir. Nice touching base. It was great seeing you and Kathy. Thanks for stopping by at our charity preview, and we'll talk again soon. That's right. Bring the shorts next next time. We're together. It'll be in the summer. Yep. June of twenty twenty looking forward to it. Thank you, sir. Thank you. Jim Hackett Ford Motor company's CEO on Ford earnings. They lost money around the world but made money in North America. And we're looking forward to positive things still up tremendous opportunity. I think Ford stock is under way underpriced, but you never know with the auto industry, and those stocks in never know. Let's check now WJR now John Bailey. Road. The roads are looking pretty good. So far this morning lighter. Volumes in no weather related issues. Certainly not nothing like the the slushy icy mess. We had yesterday some congestion, including I seventy five southbound headed through the 696 interchange and westbound six thirty six approaching I seventy five northbound to seventy five headed through the ninety six hundred fourteen interchange not too bad of the border crossings this morning. Looks like things have settled on a bit. At the ambassador bridge is still reported thirty minute wait for truck traffic, heading into Windsor on the ambassador bridge and up to a thirty minute. Wait for inbound trucks at the blue water bridge. Windsor tunnel looks pretty good. I'm John Bailey. WJR Trafton is for.

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"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:05 min | 3 years ago

"gordon america" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of the trade a little scotch tape. Here. A paper clip, let's see how audio works. It is thirty five minutes after the hour. Thank you so much. Welcome to Facebook live. Also, biz talk radio you can contact us. John Gordon, America dot com. Questions comments or right there on Facebook live as we continue with our guest this morning, Katie who was right in the middle of talking house absolutely had to go to a break. So let's let's pick up house plants. Yeah. Great. Well, like we were saying that house fans are hot. And there are few reasons I think we all know and love house plants. I saw someone ask on Facebook live, actually, what the name of the plant in front of you tiger is people. Yeah. People just love, you know, it's like this little flash of green and catches people's eye. So one of the one of the big reasons, we were we were getting into another reason. Besides the fact that it's a really quick easy way to change up your space is that these younger this younger generation may be as having waiting to have kids until their thirties. But they do what some responsibility just 'cause they're waiting to have kids. No responsibility. So sometimes maybe a pet might be a little too much responsibility. And a plant gives them that that little bit of responsibility. That also it's okay, it's eight if it dies, they can experiment with it. And it's fine. If it dies we wanna get put that caveat out there. Don't worry if you kill your plant. You can get another one. You know, that sounds kind of controversy. But it's not okay to kill a plane. I'm fine. I am fine with people killing 'cause you're in retail. But you know, what's funny is that my wife teaches high school and she's right now teaching a class it's called a life skills in. So I went in to twenty high school boys for this class and taught them, and I we planted a we planted a specified them, and that's their job for the next month to take care of it came back alive. So we'll see we'll see but they're excited about it. Like you say like, it's it's something that they're kind of not super threatened by. But they are willing to take the risk. Well, yeah. The onus is on them. And they know that it's up to them. Now, they're responsible. All right guys, halfway it's okay. To kill annuals. We start with handle. And how do we know for sure that that we're not really killing him that plan? So simply committing suicide. Right. Dormant multiple seasons. And we've had those phone calls before somebody will say he'd say, it's not growing. It's not doing anything. And then we say, yeah. But your particular plan is dormant this time of the year. But it's been dormant for that endorsement do start with a diesel careful. So Katie what are some of the other things that we can look forward to in two thousand nineteen. Yeah. Well, people always love. We'll just jump to the ones that are always top favorites. People love to know what the design and color trends are and it's going to be my question. Yeah. That's always what you know one year, we left color out. And it was the number one question. I got us as soon as I was finished giving a talk about trends. What? So we, you know, we have fun with it. And last year, we actually pantheon agreed with us on the color this year. They haven't Pantoja coral, which is a great color for the garden. Isn't it? We love coral. The garden media group. We in our research, we saw that the color meant was going to be really hot. And you know, we love it is such a great caller in the garden. It can be a plant color. But obviously mitt also isn't edible. And there's so many really meant is good goes back to that ease of growing and a lot of people can grow. But it also has so many benefit. It is I have chickens, and it's great. It's a digestive for chickens digest people. Yeah. It makes her breasts Mel great too. Chickens there. She can separate best breath in town. I think she meant for people. News way color subscribed. The mint color for me because it's kind of it's a green, but is kind of a light green. Or is it dark green? It's a mint green. That we picked because mitt the plant is a little bit darker than I would say the mid color that is trending. So the mint color that it's more like a mid chocolate chip ice cream, if you can picture that artificial my favorite ice cream. Absolutely. Yeah. Me too. I love mentor chip. So that's that's really the color. We're talking about when you're talking about design when you're picking pillow or trays for the garden, you know, your couch cushion, so that's the color mate. We're talking about God it that's good to know. Because I was starting to think of KADO, and I thought oh, no don't tell me. That's coming back. No. And the other design trend besides the color mint is one that I really personally love what we call it moonstruck. And you know, it's it's yeah. It's the concept of really designing under the moon. And so there's a couple of things here that are the reason that's just coming back one. Is it moon is hot in fashion? When you look around you've got jewelry, the the show. This is us which I'm sure the three of you tune in every Sunday. Never miss it. Never maybe more worth a crescent moon necklace and wedding dresses watches. It's just all over fashion. And of course, there's the I don't know if any of the three of you garden by the phases of the moon. My grandmother used to do that. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. These kinds of age old traditions are coming back. It's funny. You say that because there was a guest on about three weeks ago. And she talked about gardening by the moon as well. So that's interesting. They say that because I've only heard that couple other times before and she was my age. So definitely in the younger group of gardeners. As a young guy. I tried to for probably about four or five years because I was a budding horticulturist and knew everything lever, citing pun intended. And and my grandmother was planning by the moon. And of course, I did everything I could to prove that she was wrong. Tell you by the end of that four years. I really couldn't say she was wrong. So where do people get information of gardening by the moon? Yeah. So it's from the old farmer's almanac. But obviously, it's you know, John says it's been around for ages, and the the what the old farmer's almanac says, and you know, I have been asked if this is accurate. So I'm glad to hear that from Utah. But say you're supposed to plant your annuals that ship and veggies that bear crops above the ground. When the moon is waxing or when it's getting bigger and you're supposed to plant your flowering bulbs, perennial biennial and veggies at their crops below the ground when the moon is waning. I I you cut out of you by. Well, you know. Yeah. I was gonna say it sounds like that it's just made up and just tradition. But yeah, you know, gravity affects way, right? In fact, oceans why candidate affect the way plants grow. Sure, exactly if if you're planting a plant, and it's pushing it down like you're saying, it's not going to grow. I don't know about that. But but I have I'm not an expert on it. But you know, I say if it doesn't hurt go ahead and do it thought about that before the plants are battling against gravity. All all the time. They've got to push their way up, and they don't they're not huge muscular things with their strong. Of course, we've seen plants grow through cement. Exactly. Yeah. There's no stopping some of them. So Katie now, you know, you you work for guarded media group, which is kind of focused on the industry, keeping the general public abreast with what's coming up companies that are coming out and things like that. But this information is for the every day person as well. And it's really easy to get you. They just got to go to your website, right and submit their Email. Yeah. This year. Actually, we had a record number of people. We've had almost ten thousand downloads of our court and a lot of them are consumers because when you download the report we you know, we can see if it's an industry or somebody maybe just giving their regular T mail address. And it's really interesting to see the number of consumers downloading this report, and you can get it at garden media group dotcom back flash trends. So that's where you can get it. And it's fun that this year, we're seeing more and more people interested in, and you know, that's really the point when we look at the overall report the report is really talking about. How how gardening is up? The numbers are showing more people gardening an average of five hundred dollars a year, which I don't know about you guys. But that way less than I spend. The average customer and that's up one hundred dollars from last year. Wow. It good news. It's really good news. And I think that just the download the barber poor even show that the future for gardening really looks joyful. Yeah. Excellent news. That's yeah. And I think that, you know, people go to this report, even if they're the general public not only to see what's coming up in what's being trendy. But you guys also give them sources for like we're talking about the moon. Gardening. You guys you guys give example of sources in the industry for these things or specific companies and different things like that. So not only are you guys are good media group for the industry, but the general public. It's a great place to go for what's coming up in what's hot, and what companies are out there. We're gonna take another commercial break. And then when we come back we'll finish up with Katie depot with garden media group..

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