19 Burst results for "IPM"

"ipm" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

03:34 min | 10 months ago

"ipm" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"Ipm in maintain kind of scheduled well-documented inspections of a facility maintain equipment the traps the monitoring devices. And it's also really hard to evaluate a problem without data so if they have really been tracking their their pest issues at really encouraged these plants to start gaining data. So you actually know. What are the issues. That i'm having and if i'm having a lot of pest issues i certainly do probably need to contract with someone that means. I have a lot of pest pressure and Definitely need to start tracking that progress to determine whether or not i can start preventing these pest infestations and really limit the amount of pressure that is in my building so before someone sits down with a company. It sounds like they should have a list of any issues that they have found or what they're seeing the data that years you're saying they should be collecting What else should they be ready to present so definitely if there is past historical documentation so they have pet citing logs now than it may not be that inves- You know advanced but pests setting pest citing logs in previous records can be extremely helpful because that can really help that pest control provider to pinpoint any of the ongoing issues in initial walk around of the facility with the provider to point out any known issues. If they don't have it all written down would be beneficial. But i would expect that that company is also going to do their initial inspection as well a facility map also can help the pest management professional determine. Oh these are the places for inspection and then they also will want to use that map and keep it in their own logs so they can document where they placed traps and actually circle and write down on the map Some of the areas that they need to focus on and where they placed different traps boards. Whatever treatment strategy they're going with. I would also be prepared if you are. Want to talk to accompany Ask for the contract..

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"ipm" Discussed on Francoinformador

Francoinformador

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"ipm" Discussed on Francoinformador

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"ipm" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"ipm" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"Love and the comments on the chats. Absolutely say well if you if you never join us for. Jews dine outlaw label. Ipm's ryan aces data. Tom get on the ice age. Way we broadcast live. When you eat these you can get on the chat and be part of the shire. We'd love it every single day. Just let let's talk about it. Is there was a perth team in the well open. Iams come on bergen pips thomas. I'm just gonna read the sentence as says on nights and then we're gonna leave it to that. Okay emma roy it sucks. Nothing needs to be more to be said how many how many lindy as there are no consequences for striking if not Obviously we're talking about the that the protected spe. He's she's and as you said as ev nine it's always been a consequences. Lead to whatever. The week saw this week was complete reversal. Where the consequences actually mandatory anything anymore. You're actually cannot script one week earlier you get two people put up. Dangerous tackles with one having a concussion this week or thumbs. Pain have min- four years. Nothing not a fine not Awake sanction nothing. It is a joke. Idiot is a joke. Don't have any haircut. One get a fine or xiangling design code. He go to fallen. But the god didn't did have the bowl all ken's knocked the blog. Air aukin birth arms. She can't do those times. He didn't have the ball gets nothing cell. Would take his head off igniting but it was. It was running through him in misty. It's nothing was true. Shade hunch the fray. I blake in the guts your home. What do you have to do to kaffa tight. Somebody wins grips. I'd i don't wanna talk about because i'm bored of the geelong protected spacey's as we not jones protected we know this. They protected a guarantee cell. Would and who will hold a fine. Not because of what. I did on the field but because they categorized into the what eleni is lenny. Hayes category blow your syndrome. I it's less over the rising style. You take a quick one question from ross butler now. The with these being followed us for a couple of years now absolutely. Yes saas media question. And i think it's got a lot of relevance to it. So it simply these hype as a richmond supporter. What's the best way to spend more september. And he's asking me being melvin supporter. Well normally ought be going up to chateau la pepa. At lea- we normally go h september. Because we don't normally do anything juries of ten. But it's locked down now. So i'm a little bit stumped. I'm actually in the same situation as you. More team will be playing falls in the first time in a long time. Yours based maybe you could just watch the days Hopefully everybody in weena flag and then when we can go out and celebrate on the Maybe one round dan bulla. That's something that you could do. Well maybe you could just think. A few more of the richmond cotton draft specialty gains on. I got three slabs worth from two thousand seventeen nineteen twenty. I'm enjoy that. Could also shots with our maple guy do some some fog bowl with the maypole. You do things you can do..

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"ipm" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"ipm" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

"And the assessment part seems to have drifted away entirely and a lot of the definition juicy of ipm for the urban environment talks about reduced toxicity or non methods for treating insects. Will that was never part of. The deal is our as agriculture. That's been kind of pasted again on us and granted after the food quality protection act of nineteen ninety six. You are not allowed to apply anything that you haven't hasn't been run through the epa testing and proven to have the no observable effects level. So everything is safe that we are allowed to apply these days..

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"ipm" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"ipm" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"I've never. I've never mentioned that too. It is kinda true. That's fucked up. So he was in his twenty s and the marriage was riddled with arguments and violence and ended after. Just six weeks. Got me because now the marriage failed. Christine developed a compulsion for going to the hospital. The hospital's emergency room so she really develop distinguish like. Oh my my. Tv hurts each time. She doesn't have a name where you make illnesses. Yes yes yes. I think i had it all. Yeah i do have it. It's coming up. So each time she will complain of different elements of the doctors could not diagnose one time she complain of bleeding would turn out to be her regular menstrual period vaginas bleeding. I don't know why i know why so. After another time. She thought a snake bit her within two years she went to the hospital over fifty times in two years. I've been i go to the hospital. I'm in the hospital and fucking ten years other than maybe a her my ankle or cyprus run on i wouldn't even no if happens now. It seems that christine needs like her. Need for attention. Which counselors at the great oaks village had noted was transferred to getting attention at hospitals so she liked having the attention at these this care facility right and then she diverted walk. Can't get my attention to my parents. So i'm going to do a by making up all this crap munchausen syndrome. Ipm's added point. She was possibly developed munchausen syndrome. Munchausen which weird name got got another name for they call it something something maniac or some. Some maniac is the people who can't stop stealing right. Yes bit you complain too much just you. Can you imagine having that disorder where you can't stop stealing. Holy shit bro. Funny would that be like the gas station. You try to steal candy bars. There's a celebrity that had that. Was that a parasol fucking. No but could you imagine do just like every time you got a goddamn tom like fucking stop. Stealing is still a time on stupid as we restore fucking we still from a clothing shop at the mall. And i like big just like bag backpack role in the shoulder. Backpacks like fucking you go to college in iran. Wrap my god. I can't remember this clothing store. It doesn't even exist anymore in canada a used to and we were shopping. Fucking t shirts in my bag. Nobody fucking noticed. also. I wish this beer Got pay but it's called zodiac and like check it all the fucking symbols and shit on it because that they put on some of those beers so like shit. I love it. You gotta get used to it. You gotta grow some hair on your balls..

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"ipm" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"ipm" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

"Ideally us only in commercial plantings blah blah blah. Don't use this basically in your greenhouse flowers or on your yard james richard. I would never do that on. Say my potatoes or tomatoes in the backyard like yesterday. Hey man i also sprayed it on my hops break. Cultivar varietal Crop safety you oftentimes. We'll see you know this. This basically isn't safe for all crops. We've we've said what we've labeled it for but if you're gonna use it off label use at your own risk and then it's gonna talk about. Ipm this is kind of a an environmental. i call his greenwashing statement Hey ipm's important and you should do all these things in order to maintain a good balance in your hop yard. But for god's sakes please send spend nine hundred dollars on a pound of the stuff to spray everywhere and life is going to be good right So i call it. The greenwashing statement Not frankly going to get a whole lot out of that section but the tank mix. This is where it's like. I said tell us what we're going to mix it with and this one specifically says mixed with a protectant fungicides such as ebc fell copper etc. Something like that. And all those will fall into similar groups But they want those things those protectant to also be labeled for the same disease that you're trying to control. I mean you don't wanna put a protected and then that works against powdery mildew if you're trying to control downey right right dude altogether and i guess the question i'll ask. I know we've talked about this before. Is if they want you to to do a mix. Why don't they just sell the mix because it's probably not stable long shelf stable in solution because this stuff is very concentrated right and you're diluting it very very minimally Like i. I did the math. And i'll tell you how to do this in a minute for spot spraying because i only have a few hot plants left right. I'm doing some breeding stuff. And.

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"ipm" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"ipm" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Still trying to figure out how to get beyond that how to balance the system enough where they're not having to do a whole lot of certain additional sprays and things like that So i'm glad you brought that up. Because i think the the predatory insects. I mean i've experimented with a little bit And have had that exact experience of like releasing them and watching them like. Oh this is awesome. And then you come back the next day and they've all disappeared And you realize like oh okay. There's there's more to this than I guess i thought there was Where how do you. How do you recommend people learn about alicia malicious hone in on that for second predatory insects in an ipm of where would you recommend rowers Sort of look to to learn about all of these different predatory insects in their life cycles. And that's her thing. Have you found some good resources that you trust. I mean even like the c. h. a. sheriff website until you've got like all sorts of content on there. Yeah i mean. I've definitely over the years you. I have so much content to add but i have. I've leaned quite heavily on. Ipm on developing the content in the c. h. a. dot education website. The memberships people can sign up. There's i've sort of compiled a ton of pieces of information about all the different predator predatory insects. We don't have all of them but there's quite a few in there and so there is people can learn about the insect its role in pest management you know and it's environmental conditions so that's a good resource but ultimately You know this just an ongoing discovery process where you can go on the internet and you can look up a bunch of different collegiate level. You know pages. A lot of different universities have information on beneficial insects. A lot of in secretaries also have information on beneficial insects in. So it's like you can just you just need to traverse the internet..

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"ipm" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"ipm" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And in fact you could just put a single space in there and your access would be allowed. Yeah you didn't actually have to type anything. Ip vm dotcoms sources said engineering teams and company executives had super admin accounts things like debugging and product improvement but did not disclose that they had that access to customers for kata says. All super admin accounts have been disabled. We mentioned that yesterday when we talked about this but this just sounds like bad company security culture. Yeah it's bad. Poor discipline Poor oversight and frankly a management that didn't seem to have security anywhere near the top the top five list or top ten things that they wanted to ensure. And it's in this is. This is what's so frustrating. Security is one of the cornerstones of their products. That they're selling right and it's it's just it's boggles the mind to just leave it off the list and like i honestly would would would love to be a fly on the wall when someone probably brought this up in the meanings. Okay you know. Maybe it's not the most secure thing to do the setup instead of like. I don't know yes toys talking. Ipm dot com and bloomberg in washington. Posted a story on this as well. We're saying yeah this. This was brought up before just kind of brushed off as like. Oh it's not that big a deal because they weren't sharing loggins that's important they weren't they weren't sharing one log in. They were just granting super admin access to something like one hundred employees. Well it's like it's like mitt. It's like making one master key that opens all the doors in the office and then making one hundred of them making hundred copies of the key ever got their own key folks. You like what we talk about. You want to hear us talk about a particular story on the show. One way to let us know is in our sub reddit..

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"ipm" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"ipm" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And in fact you could just put a single space in there and your access would be allowed. Yeah you didn't actually have to type anything. Vm dot sources said engineering teams and company. Executives had super admin accounts things like debugging and product improvement but did not disclose that they had that access to customers for kata says. All super admin accounts have been disabled. We mentioned that yesterday when we talked about this but this just sounds like bad company security culture. Yeah it's bad. Poor discipline Poor oversight and frankly a management. That really didn't seem to have security anywhere near the top. The top five or top ten things that they wanted to ensure. And it's in this is. This is what's so frustrating. Security is one of the cornerstones of their products. That they're selling right and it's it's just it's boggles the mind to just leave it off the list and like i honestly would would would love to be a fly on the wall when someone probably brought this up in the meetings. Okay you know. Maybe it's not the most secure thing to do the setup instead of like. I don't know yes toys talking. Ipm dot com and bloomberg in washington. Posted a story on this as well. We're saying yeah this. This was brought up before just kind of brushed off as like. Oh it's not that big a deal because they weren't sharing loggins that's important they weren't they weren't sharing one log in. They were just granting super admin access to something like one hundred employees. Well it's like it's like mitt. It's like making one master key that opens all the doors in the office and then making one hundred of them making hundred copies of the key ever got their own key folks. You like what we talk about. You want to hear us talk about a particular story on the show. One way to let us know is in our sub reddit..

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"ipm" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"ipm" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"You're getting the service for can. Just turn it back off again. Former employees still bloomberg. The super admin accounts were shared within the company among more than one hundred employees So this is something. It sounds like they just wanted. Make it easy for any employee that needed it for whatever reason to get it now. There are legitimate reasons why engineers or or certain sales associates might need to have access to this account for kata says access was limited to employees. Who needed to fix technical problems. That's a legitimate reason or address user complaints. You're on the phone with support talking to your client like okay. Let me let me help you figure this out. The verekauta policy required employees to get permission before accessing customers feeds well. We all know that if a policy isn't enforced and if a company culture makes it so that policy is winked at it's not going to be followed and then appears to be what happened. A former employee told bloomberg that the system did make you enter a reason for accessing customers camera but the logs were never checked. And in fact you could just put a single space in there and your access would be allowed. Yeah you didn't actually have to type anything. Ipm dot com sources said engineering teams and company executives had superman admin accounts for things like debugging and product improvement but did not disclose that they had that access to customers for catis says. All super admin accounts have been disabled. We mentioned that yesterday when we talked about this. This just sounds like bad company security culture. Yeah it's bad poor discipline poor oversight and frankly a management that really didn't seem to have security anywhere near the top of the top five list or top ten of things that they wanted to ensure and it's in this is this is what's so frustrating. Security is one of the cornerstones of their product. That they're selling right and it's it's just it's boggles the mind to just leave it off the list. It like i honestly would would would love to be a fly on the wall when someone probably brought this up in the meanings. Okay you know. Maybe it's not the most secure thing to the setup up instead of just like i don't know yes he's talking. Ipm dot com and bloomberg in washington. Posted a story on this as well. We're saying yeah this. This was brought up before and just kind of brushed off as like. Oh it's not that big a deal because they were sharing loggins. I think that's important. They weren't they weren't sharing one log in. They were just granting super admin access to something like a hundred employees. Well it's like it's like mint. It's like making one master key that opens all the doors in the office and then making one hundred of them making hundred copies of the key. Everybody's got their key folks. You like what we talk about. You want to hear us. Talk about a particular Story on the show. One way to let us know is in our sub reddit. You amid stories and vote on them at daily tech news. Show dot ready dot com. Subscribe to ready to.

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"ipm" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"ipm" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"I think that might be something on bring out. But i mean you all the all three just aired really strong. What you're doing. Oslo was out. Because i think i am friends. Were odds talk. And i've seen her a senior video like a video ver- she she plants from not yet. Yeah yeah yeah. We've seen the video. I have follow Check out and i would try to like comment on things that turn cosmic. Because i have seen people who like. Oh this character. Isn't that color light. Blue us out but for me. 'cause i've dealt with light wars negatively before i can i can kind of just be legacy doesn't matter to me to me after after a while it doesn't phase you but it depends on like where you are mentally how you people just need a break from saying they just take that step back in their realize what they're on the app for like lot. Not letting you almost like you know. Take older yes. I mean Before she even became a really popular I spoke with her in private nine. Instagram about china I mean she was getting so much of this. Hey and she'd even know why. And i was trying to do like using the experiences that a lot of my black female friends have dealt with. I mean that's probably the best of held by have to in order to help others. Who are gone through this and For a moment. I thought things worked out. But it's just that the more the more the bigger she got the fans but also the more she received as well almost lake. She came back only to experience the same thing again. And now i mean. I i still keep in touch with their ipm and try to bring a smile. So i mean along with a lot of mother. Black costlier fronts. You have been dealing with that. Because i mean it's a lot of black females trying to show after hosoi crafts only to receive all that. That's something that i been..

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"ipm" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"ipm" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"Who else agnew brothers all your outta here to bring it up adly rather than high you gave. The knights about is okay. I with them. How you can take a lot of as which from myself being the light grow would never be. I was two min josie. How old was or now drew. Hill night sam bucs now. Just one knocking. The boots is between out that way. No biggby was. They had a couple of only not compared to see. The boys to men will be parked in the nineties that you will play. Cfe in girl groups regard now governed so tse an escape over eight tlc in escape involved birthday with be about by singers though. I don't know if i would compare them. But if we just is salt and pepper and imbo they do have eighty. A involved has a hit from the eighties. Hold on and all that stuff came from the eighties and forgot. you know. there's came from the eighties. Lots it nothing. But they're not saying it. That's a rapper and a single. I don't know if i were compared him but involved. I will put involved with like I don't know who who were. It would have to be. I have to be something like a. Tlc or something. i will put down. I will put them together. As w e i put them any anyone of those looks like s i could be it could be s. Were involved it could be Tlc will involve our put him there By tlc got a lot of hits our rather see s v. Escape it but yeah. I would rather see that. It's something that sets more good about. Those truth you i'm saying is more involved kinda give you kinda classy classy Middle age ipm. That kind of stuff. I don't know but it's good. You wake this show so. They came out in the nineties. It came out early late nineties and they went their hits went through the two thousand out. I don't know who came they. Were they were dominating during buy-sell of they were like the nicki mine is of ram conde. Niki was waiting. 'cause girls coming out. What group grows was coming out. That was comparing to definitely child. In any make it was. It was then came. Try the pussycat cab back. Insert can't on any hey number blade. Gandhi time eight billion dangelo. Music solid chow. But it's still busy. Social was yeah. That'd be a go on. But i i could watch that. I will watch it neom to. I will watch it. Yeah yeah yeah okay. What what the last one is who would be against if she were still visit. They may have shady of people. I'm like may. I wonder if people have believe eleo will be popular right now. I believe leeann acting. I don't believe our music. I don't i just don't think that she. Her music with lasted withstood. The time i think she would and she even her career. She was transitioning to act she was doing. I think she would be acting more than she would be on. Shears good he told it seemed like music would apply a lot of trauma around are being lower carolians stuff. She probably would pay. I would have been a scandal soon. As he side were out she would have been had to talk about not not just that way she that also how they wanna put her own. I'll i'd bet she to bribery. She would have denied it. He have been like in ohio. I'll the door. I think. I think the how lia did her privacy. I don't think she would even accept it being on the show. You know we now know. Now she is ditching. My dad mom would have been older. Some things may have changed with him. They coulda gave bitch. I'm letting it all hang out also true. Yeah girls wanna guy okay all right so that of versus predictions let you rearrest getting right.

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"ipm" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"ipm" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"App also streamed to samsung. Tv's and refrigerators. So desire google also confirmed the verge that all stadia users will be able to livestream directly to youtube. Starting tuesday night at five. Google notice the feature started rolling out monday research organization. Ipm shared a document with the washington. Post showing alway facial recognition. Software has the capability of sending automated wieger alarms to authorities. When it's camera system identifies a member of the weaker ethnicity. The document was found on his website and removed after the post and asked for comment wa wa and make the say it was quote a test and it has not seen real world application engineers at cloudflare and apple have developed a new internet protocol called oblivious. Dns over https were od. Oh i like to think of it as owed. Oh that makes it harder. For internet providers to know which websites you visit. So instead of a browser simply using dna resolve to convert a web address to machine-readable ip address which is how it works. It's an encrypted process though so oto decouples. dns queries from the user by encrypting dns and passing it through a proxy server. The proxy server knows. Who's requesting it. But not what site and the dns resolve or knows what site their request in but not who was requesting it if you'd like to know a little bit more about dns and how it works. Checkout are no little more podcast episode about dns at no little more dot com. I like to think the is a reference to space. Somehow to imperial college graduates have developed a browser called zane spelled x. y. n. Meant to protect your privacy while still customizing things like search results. The user will train the ai. On its preferences by swiping on things like news headlines at then uses these zane net framework which was developed for uploading anonymous machine learning data to a server before sending a refined model back to your phone. Zane again and say y n is available for us and android. Google announced an app called look to speak to help people with speech and motor impairments communicate better with.

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"ipm" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"ipm" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Out of a car with. Basically. At minimum three kids. At all times out of minority been an emotional wreck. Let's not talk about how dog two cats. So this goes back to appreciation though we appreciate the people that have contributed as we do appreciate the patients that are helping us because it does help. Yeah and I don't have a job right now. So yes but I'm just saying so but that that money does go to the podcast and it will it will continue to allow us to do this like I said even if you have to do in the dumpster, it's it as float. All right. So that's a little short. We're GONNA come back I do have you know one of the things I did miss but I wanNA talk about ipm we we haven't talked much about I do talk about the biocontrol and it's been doing great and everything but there's a lot of different ways to have IPM. Found someone that's fricken genius that IPM and he's going to be a special guest coming up here in a week or so. I wanted to prepare people for that because we're GONNA have a real in depth conversation I'm GONNA try to make two parts to the interview one part you can catch as a listener and then I'm GonNa put the second part on patron if you want to catch a second part you can. You can sign up there and listen to it. Nice. But this guy's legit some pick his brain for the IPM's Hell Yeah. I would tell you who it is but you know every time I do that what happens listen shit happens we'll not only that but then some shit happens and they don't come on every time I say something I don't say nothing they just come on so. All right. That's it. We appreciate it. We will catch you soon. Thank you for all the support. Thank you and I'm just I'm glad that we have the community do here. Yeah. Right. I'm blessed. So, Organ Love Oregon Love Stay Rooted People's Day rooted I'm higher peaks and you just listened to the dirt show if you like this episode, please like share comment and go to organ rooted Dot Com where you can subscribe to us on your favorite platform like itunes Pandora or spotify also check us out on her youtube videos and I g facebook and twitter for all our updates. Thank you for listening..

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"ipm" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"ipm" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

"That is a green approach, but it's not really IPI, but really to get the best overall effectiveness in Pest Control, if you use an IPM approach and look at some of these, you know, look at the multiple options that are out there, you know, again, including like the Invicta Express granules, which again are not technically green but they're definitely part of an IPM approach and they don't have these types of restrictions that you have on another thing. So there's a lot of different tools out there and in generally, you know, frequently using a couple of things off. If you're thinking about the real situation that you're treating is going to give you the best best outcome. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah, make sure you're keeping in mind your home. Collision work were appropriate right, you know trimming cleaning, you know, all those things that go along with the with with a good IPM program. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. So great stuff. Thank you so much. We'll see you. Thank you so much to see for for coming on here today. I think we've given everybody a lot of good information here. We've had a lot of fun. It's a lot people have chimed in here have had a lot of people watching. So this has been I think a real formative episode for everyone and we appreciate everybody watching again, since it really do appreciate your time cuz I know you're busy month and we appreciate the opportunity. Yeah, and we certainly do appreciate the support with the sponsorship for this month's episodes. This has been great glad to finally get you to get off highlight here on the our episode. So, you got anything else in closing here, not particularly Corey had mentioned earlier about honeybees or not indigenous wage. Any part of California, they're not indigenous to any part of the United States. Yeah, and actually we have pollinators being carpenter bees humming birds. He pointed out Birds. We have lots of solitary bees that butterflies and moths. All of those are great job and honey. Honey bees bumblebees..

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"ipm" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"ipm" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

"This podcast is from the Youtube episode of the Pesto see there'd live on June I twenty twenty. In this episode, we have Andrew Sutherland San Francisco Bay area IPM adviser for the UC see in Alameda County discuss with Kellyanne foster dot exterior cockroaches, and a new species of cockroach that Andrew is starting research on. Hey, their.

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Looking Back

Stansberry Investor Hour

11:16 min | 2 years ago

Looking Back

"This is it our last episode of Twenty Nineteen and what a year it's been you know the stock market up like twenty seven percent or so here still twelve trillion of negative yielding bonds in the world. US House representatives is trying to impeach the president. It would only be the third time in our history and I mean it's been a little crazy hundred under twenty thousand Dollar Bananas This guy that we talked about last time Hussein by by it all by it. There's no such thing as riskin can stocks. It's getting a little weird great here and stocks a little weird overall now. It would be sort of typical to to do a look back at two thousand nineteen right the typical thing. I don't want to take the typical look back at the markets. Anybody can look back to what happened in various price movements and markets markets and. Make up a reason. Why tell you what it means? But you know it's all it's all backward-looking we know where we are. I mean I've certainly talked about it to death you know. And it's a kind of a typical mostly useless sort of an exercise. Although there are a few sort of annual looks back that that are kind of valuable to me one by a guy named Dave column who you can find on twitter at Dave Columcille L. L. U. M. and he. He publishes a nice look back. So you know go read his look back and just leave it at that. And then there will be a Zillion more looks forward to twenty twenty and it's all kind of useless exercise because what happened happened. What's going to happen? Nobody knows so. What should we do instead? Well this week I will look back but I'll look back at all the non investment topics. We looked at this year which we got a lot of great feedback on. I have to say people really early enjoyed this stuff because all of that stuff is probably much more timeless it can help you not only become a better investor but also become. I'm a better person. Hopefully a happier person and yes you know. Hopefully a wealthier were to write. We spoke with a lot of guests who dealt with a lot of different sort sort of general life wisdom topics and how fitting the first one of two thousand nineteen was Shane Parrish from the Farnam Street website. Eight who we spoke with during episode eighty four published on January the tenth among other titles. Shane is the wisdom seeker of Farnam. Street read Awebber site. He started anonymously while working for an intelligence agency. We spoke with Shane about a variety of topics. The most important one in my mind being mental mental models the mental. Toolkit we use to understand the world. Shane lists are hundred thirteen mental models on his website. I'd say that makes him an expert on mental models okay and he came out with a book. This year called the great mental models volume one general thinking king concepts. It's the first by a five volume series that they intend to do at Farnam street. I have on my shelf. It's a highly readable resource that deals with nine general thinking sort of mental models. The very first chapter is called. The map is not the territory. That's the first mental model. He discusses losses as the map is not the territory. It's sort of explains itself quite well. Doesn't it the model you have in. Your head is not not reality. And what perfect. What a perfect way? What a perfect I model to start off with in in the book series that he's doing and and I sure wish the folks modeling risk and mortgage securities had taken heed of this back before the financial crisis? Right if they had we might have avoided voided crisis and and other things too. You know like long term capital management. They were modeling. Bond markets in a certain way and they didn't behave that way and they blew the the heck up. Shane says his work is about learning about the world in a multidisciplinary way it's about applied thinking thinking about thinking is is what he told us I highly recommend is book has website his work. It's a great way to learn to think about the world and by all means check out that episode episode the very next episode after that one with Shane. Parrish was episode eighty-five published on January Eighteenth. That's when we interviewed Aaron Edelheit. Aaron is an entrepreneur investor. Who wrote a book called the hard break? The case for a twenty four six lifestyle which advocates taking one day a week off from work email and smartphones to be more productive and healthier more creative and have a more satisfying happy life. I read this book and and I decided that I would not work on Saturdays anymore. When you work at home like I do you get into into this? Rut where you feel guilty if you're not always working every single day of the week because you're working always just a few steps away and it's kind of beckoning to you all the time fine. But that's really unhealthy. So I decided I'd just take one day every week and Saturdays it and I've stuck to it and it's made me not less productive but more war productive. I know that no matter what. I'm always going to honor my need for a hard break for a day of rest once a week. So you know I can really push harder on the other days. I also try not to work past five o'clock but that's harder I get up at five in the morning and tried to work no later than seven so five. IPM's ten hour day. That ought to be enough. If it's not enough maybe I should do something else reliving Aaron talked about his own struggle with being a workaholic which really messed messed up his health. While you're wound up in hospital messed up his relationships he talked about how stressed out he was because his fund was down just five percent in two thousand and three the year the DOT COM bust bottomed out. He also talked about how he started. Buying rental homes after the housing bubble blew up including including one year when he individually bought two thousand times. I mean that's a lot of homes that's like what one five a day or something as ridiculous so yeah work a holic and our conversation just let us into all kinds of areas for example we talked about a phenomenon called the garner effect. Aaron Erin said quote it's from Bloom Garnic. A Soviet psychologist who noticed that waiters could immediately remember unfinished orders but had trouble trouble remembering completed orders. A restaurant and this has been duplicated a number of times and if you think about the modern email and the tasks they're they're always unfinished tasks so this is part of that were of technology of e mail notifications and there's constantly someone to reach out to respond to something to do. And that's why you're always on the phone and that's why it's so exhausting. End Quote when the flip side of that. I have to interject here. A similar effect is discussed in a book. I recommended called how we learn by Benedict Carey and carry notes. That when you're practicing your Violin L.. Enter your peony oil or studying for your test or doing work or whatever you should stop when everything is clicking in your all warmed up not after. You feel like you've done everything you wanted to do. Cut Yourself off to get that side garnic effect of not having finished and it helps you remember and it keeps it alive in your memory. Umbrian much of learning is just remembering so my point is this. I garnered affect our describe is a double edged sword but I think he can manage it to your advantage. Aaron's got a a great story. I strongly encourage you to read all about him in his book. The heartbreak which is one of the few titles. I keep right here on my desk. I've got a bow. Well I don't know eight hundred bucks in the office here now. I think and I've got just like maybe thirty five or so that I keep on the desk at all time at arm's length and the heartbreak is one of them all right so next published episode one Zero Three On may twenty third. It's called how to succeed in the stock market and in life and in this episode I discussed one of the most important of these mental models like recovered in. Shane Parishes episode sewed and and like he covers in his book and it's called Circle of competence. This is what I said. It's called circle of competence. This idea was created by Warren Buffett as a way to help investors stay out of investments. They don't understand now. Imagine a circle with a smaller circle inside of it the bigger outer circle. Well that's what you think. You know the inner circle is what you really no. It's a subset of that bigger thing that you're true circle of competence. That's what you really know. That's what I said on the episode. So circle of competence is a great way to reflect on you what your real strengthened skills and talents are and and what your limits are two right. That's what that circle is. It's a limit around your real talents and strengths. And I've struggled with this my whole life. I used to always always wanted to do more than I could realistically expect to do. And I was always saying. Yeah Yeah let's do it. Let's do more and you know things pile up and they don't work out the way you want. One example of how I've improved on. This is with my my interest in music. I'd love to play everything classical jazz rock blues. Show tune standards. Just everything everything. But I'm really best at classical guitar. That's what I studied in college. I've been doing it for what forty years now over forty years and and and not many people are really very good at it and at this point in my life. I'm playing pretty well and I can play stuff that nobody I know personally. These days could ever hope hoped to play. It's been a long time since hung out with lots of classical guitar player. So I'm sure you know I could quickly change things so that no longer be the best classical guitarist I know but the point is my current circle of musical acquaintances. You know. It's a random enough sample of musical. Humans and none of them are really good classical players so you know that that kind of lets me stand out a little bit and l.. Let's face it you know. Most people play the guitar not like a really good classical player so I feel like it's something I had to keep doing and because Huzzah that I've gotten better at it so I thought you know well right if this thing. Is You know most guitar players. Don't bother with it. That's pretty cool right so I focus on that and wouldn't you know it. It's helped me with those other styles because always cheat a little. I go into the next room. Picking my electric Har- every now and then and play some jazz and stuff stuff. So I can still dabble in those other things primarily because I pay less attention to them and the most attention to the one most suited to to me which also just happens to be the most demanding one technically allowing me to pick up techniques and other disciplines much faster so by giving up those other disciplines as a primary focus.

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"ipm" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"ipm" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Doctors thinking. Yeah. So he she buys up. The him sorta thank are going that found, gee, what happened who've duct to you here where or the others as she cracks across jaw you ask too many questions and like what's wrong with her. She's my girlfriend for heaven's sake. She must be under mental control. Could that meet our old enemy the over mind this here up to his old tricks? Wow. What a leave man. Just like we're in alternate. Universe are old enemies here. Yeah. Got it. He's right. But it's like, no there couldn't be you know, you see people superpowers in this university. Couldn't be any other mental. You know has meaty overrun. Yes. It's obvious right guy. You're on that you're on the stranger's homework. My I guess would have been the stranger but on. Yeah. I guess it gets us. Our characters to the point quicker. To forty page of sixty four pager, exactly. Yeah. Can spend this isn't writing. IPM's has told me what she hits again. He's like, Luke my love, I know practically invulnerable, but that doesn't mean them let somebody with your strength usually for punching bag. No, how about telling me. Oh, she is again. This is the came to get me angry. Thanks. And again nearby trying to reason reserve by calling himself. I know invulnerable on long. Every time she had some items strong become. All right nearby again. Quasar thinking to them down for the count to go. So he's knocked out or any. I never I never tried before. Chuckles? Makes nunchucks cracks the other two in the head and says he. Wow. Bruce Lee of live the see this definitely adding these Davies the my standard repertoire tricks. Awesome talk about bragging off gonna see this. Let's see how well spectrum built this energy bubble out bought my two sticks together and expand them and really poor on the Jews pops uh spectrums bubble. Yes. Big pop. Don't know if he really burst his bubble. Their ride is that what you're saying. It looks like the exact Panch for Popper. Or the the pops the the suckers ring pops are. Yeah. He said it settles settle why so advertising. Yeah, we can't pay your full advertising craze. But if what can we get for five bucks? Well. She subtly hydro logo hind sunshine. So quiz burst. The bubble pot vise way doesn't says don't know if this proves my energies stronger than specs of the mind controls just affecting concentration doesn't matter right now. I want to see about getting these guys for you from the over mind's domination that was pretty cool Grunwald their quasars not stronger, because he's you know, the title just like, hey, could have been could've been mind control. You know? An plus doctor spectrum get more reinforcements he said, so who knows how many miles away exactly. Panel kind of looks like. Rendition of the topic Farland cover kind of like he was doing it on his own quasar flying up chest. I like that. Maybe just similar at. They usually I feel like what he will be implying the like as arms in fronts, so it's kind of rare to see arms back. Yeah. I can't Stein on like holding what's left of his Cape together as we've been level. Away. And then he gets back to the over mind stranger fight, while the stranger never mind will look like fudge than inch since I left them. That's the problem. It's super cosmic guys do so much of their fighting with pyro kinetics that sometimes hard to tell your actually watching a fight. I can only think of one way to get the big owed drop his mind control when the stranger greater risks, no other options. So of course, he goes, hey over mind about if you dropped.

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Dire warnings for Puerto Rico as battered island faces new hurricane season

Indy's Morning News with Tony Katz

01:52 min | 4 years ago

Dire warnings for Puerto Rico as battered island faces new hurricane season

"My daughter thirteen years we'll hannah she i don't know what happened with her so i wanna find out i want to go inside and and both of those parents children were okay but two people were killed one teacher and one student this morning around a dozen people are still hospitalized at least one person in critical condition new this morning the army corps of engineers ending its work to rebuild puerto rico's electrical grid many fear the government can't restore power to the sixteen thousand people who are still without power eight months after hurricane maria fema will stick around to work with people there it just means the work on power lines will be handed over to the us territories bankrupt public utility it is five fifteen some school districts are allowing four year olds to attend kindergarten next school year that's despite a new law that financially penalizes schools for doing so hamilton southeastern schools allowing about fifty students in who turned five after august i and ipm is accepting another fifty call six invest gates i told you about this issue last month when wayne township dad benjamin edwards expressed concerns about a new state law his four year old is not allowed to attend kindergarten during the upcoming school year because she turns five on august second now the law says the state will not provide funding for kindergarten students unless they're five years old by that cutoff date hamilton southeastern schools will take about a three hundred thousand dollar loss for doing this i is set to lose about three hundred and fifty thousand dollars lieutenant aaron allen was honored in washington dc earlier this week for police week and today we have another story about a local hero being honored matthew miller's birthday gift for his father turned into a passing passion project and then a small business known as missile made the navy vet makes wooden flags for those who make the ultimate sacrifice portions.

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