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"kevin marcy" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

11:43 min | 1 year ago

"kevin marcy" Discussed on On The Ledge

"It's Jane Perron here for on the ledge podcast feeling inexplicably Italian this morning for some reason, perhaps it was that Espresso just had I am your guide through the weird wonderful and bewitching world of house plants. This is episode ninety eight if you've ever wondered why those Echeverri leaves route so readily to create new plans, and yet that fiddly fig-leaf that you've been sticking in water month at a time, just doesn't seem to be growing. This is the episode for you. I'm speaking to Leslie Haluk horticulturist extraordinaire, about the science of plant propagation this week and I want a question about a wilting Calla lily shoutouts this week to Julie Ailsa Kevin MARCY and Eva who've all become legends by pledging five dollars a month, or more to me on patriot and ju-. In who is up to her pledge to become an on the ledge superfan. So coming to her very shortly will be an exclusive postcard. Nobody else has own the people who are on the ledge, Seabra fans. And also, she has gained entrance to the on the ledge advisory group helping me to shape, the future of the show. Find out more about how tonight on patriot in my show notes at Jane Perron dot com. From just a dollar a month. You can help to support the show and adore among these more than welcome. So please do check that out if you have I don't know, a third of the price of a Cup of coffee available once a month to support the show. I would love to have you on my role of patrons. Well, it's been a very rainy week here in the UK. And if you've been following me on Instagram where I'm Jay dot L Perron, you'll see that I had a bit of a monster. Lizzy oser, tie, consolation crisis this week goes eating my lunch and I suddenly noticed. That popping up squashing its way up between the pot and the cashpoint were some incredible roots. And it turned out that one of my tie constellations was desperately in need of reporting, which is why I think the current leaf that's unfurling is looking very miserable. So if you wanna see me. Making a bit of a mess of my tie constellation. Then do look at my Instagram stories this week. It's always at well that ends well, the plot will be fine. But it's just an illustration of the fact that these hungry our kids, do need reporting regularly, so, yeah, check that out if you happen to be on Instagram. And if you're in the UK, check out the garden museum for details of their house plant festival, which is coming up on Sunday. The twenty ninth of September on. I'm going to be there helping people with their house plants in the house plant clinic so that's going to be an really exciting day. It's on from eleven to five at the garden museum, which is in Lambeth in London. I'll put the details in my show notes, I would love to meet you, there, I will be bringing along a supply of stickers for anyone who comes up to me and says, I listen to your show because that's only wonderful thing to hear. So if you can make it to the garden museum, please do come along, and let me know and we'll have a little gathering in a corner. On the ledge listeners on remember the previous weekend of September. The twenty first and twenty second is cactus world live the BCS event at lauding stone castle in Kent, and on mobilising some kind of meet up for on the ledge listeners there. So on to have a planning session for that one, but do block of dating your Dari, if you can make it to see the wonderful, wonderful gardens of Tom Hart dyke, who's legendary plant guy who are very much mys-. I'm looking forward to meeting him. So twenty first and twenty second of September on the twenty ninth this at timber dates for your diary, if you happen to be based in the UK now let's talk plant propagation, and the science that makes it work. Don't worry if you feel intimidated by Mary static material and Vigne tissues roots because we're going to cover all of the basics in this episode which will help you to really refine your propagation techniques. His. Listening to introduce herself. I'm Leslie Howick. And I m a professional, horticulture, STAN lifelong gardener. I'm based in Texas. So I do a lot of indoor and outdoor gardening. And I am a big plant propagation enthusiast. Everything I do has got some propagation infused into it all of my gardening project. So that was the end of this for my upcoming book plant parenting, was that I wanted to share some of those basic propagation one on ones with all of the new interested plant keepers out there and more experienced, gardeners, that really maybe haven't tried certain methods before because propagation really is a massive different techniques that we can use to create MU punts some easy. Some Louis easy depends on your blown the so much to learn. That's what I love about this particular Towpik Leslie, I'm learning all the time. And I've been doing what I what I took my first cutting, but I was probably on the ten. So this something always something needs then on this topic, and I wanted to focus a little bit on with you about the science of propagation, because I think sometimes it can be a bit mystifying when you stop doing this stuff. And you realize that, that little tiny piece of seed in burrito, the falls off your plant has sprouted roots and his growing in new plant. And yet, when you try the same thing with say monster leaf, nothing happens, or it grows roots, but something might grow brutes, but then it won't grow anymore. So what is it the going on in botany the dictates whether applaud can reproduce from a stem or leaf or how does that work? Well, I'm actually excited you wanted to talk about that today because it lets me plant geek out a little bit. I love to squeeze botany. I always feel like it's really important for people to learn some of the basics of science. Since even as an amateur hobbyist, if you don't understand some of the basic botany behind how a plant can multiply, you're gonna have a lot of hits MRs or maybe some hits. But if you don't understand the Toyota potency, Sar botanical vocabulary word of the day, or to potentia the Latin word of that, basically, it's a cell's potential to differentiate into all of the different structures in organism. So if you think about a seed, or a spore, those are sort of all encompassing structures right? They have all the total potency. They have all the potential within that cedar spore to become all of the different structures that make up that plant, right? When you grow from seed, you're going to get the whole plant roots shoots leaves roots flowers from that one seed, which is pretty amazing. But once that plant has developed, and it has seeds and stems and roots and leaves the Toda potency or the. Attention within each of those different types of cells is very different. So, essentially, what you're learning when you step into the world of plant propagation, and you're trying to figure out how to propagate the different plants that you love as you have to figure out for that particular plant the potential for each different type of physiological structure, would be at the root, or the stem, or the leaf, and it's different for all plant species, you know, based on where they're endemic where they evolved each plant has developed its own set of successful strategies for multiplying. Right. So that's, that's why I start my book plant parenting with a chapter called, how plants multiply, you wanna learn the basics so that, that, that him leave that falls on the ground that, that roots. And like you said, you try with other things, and it doesn't work, you pull a citrus leaf and you try to route it and grow a new citrus plan in a doesn't work. That's why because different structures within each. Different plant have the totent- city or the potential to create new adventitious roots, but maybe not adventitious shoot. Right. So you're Hoya carry I that everybody struggles with it might make routes, but it might not make shoot from the leaf. Whereas if you took a stem, cutting that stem, cutting might be able to develop both adventitious roots and adventitious shoots. So it's the potential of the cells located around that plant that are going to determine if it has enough information to turn into the parts of the plant you need to grow new plant these there. Anyway, from looking at particularly fool stay move what's going to happen with the or is it just a case of, of learning the information about different types of plants, and how they can be propagated? It's both. So most plants are not gonna come with an instruction manual that are going to tell you which parts have the potential to become a stem or or. Or just root tissue. Some plants make it obvious for you. You know. So there's gonna be some experimentation for example, you have a citrus tree, that's growing. It's not necessarily going to be obvious to you. What part of that plant will produce both routes and new shoot? Okay. But say you're growing tomato plant have you ever noticed those Najah lls of roots growing on the base of the stem that are growing into the air? I'm sure that you have those are adventitious roots. So that's a signal to you that, wow, I could just take that stem, cutting right there, and that stem has the potential to Bella p- to develop entirely new root system for me, some plants, produce, offsets little plantlets that come roots. Shoots and all attached to say a flowering stem, or the main, stem or leaf, axel that are very obvious to you can become an entirely new plant other plants. You might be very surprised to. Find out that, for example, begonias a plant that you can take what we call split vein cuttings from just from the leave a damaged area or a cut area along the leafing on the leaf surface can actually produce both routes Annan entirely new, but shoots you can grow a whole new plant just from the surface of the leaf, but there's nothing that's necessarily going to tell you that just from looking at the plant. So it's a mixture of doing some research about the plant that you want to grow and propagate in paying attention to the physiological structures that may or may not be apparent on that plant. So it's, it's a bit of both as you say, the more, you know, the more you understand on date. Saves you wasting time on propagate things the university, inevitably. But in some cases, will result in a viable plans. And what are the was the I'm going Hoeffel? Propagating from seed because we saw a long every spring but I mean obviously there's pros and cons with growing from seeing what are some of the pros and cons that people need to think about when they're trying to side with a seed is a good way to go for house plans. I always like to think about it in terms of what your goal is. If you're goal is efficiency, then it's very possible that going from cuttings is going to be a much faster..

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"kevin marcy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"kevin marcy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Crazy. And he looked at me across the table in front of twenty five people and said who are you? What are you talking about? There's only one van us label. I don't wanna hear that. I can't sell my label JC Penney and venues at the same time. You can't make that decision. All you're doing is watering down the label. Silence. This Phillips which trying to be able to find a way to sell Macy's. And so. Our own outlet stores at the same time. After all we had just done a survey. And the survey said that no matter what happens to your brand. You must remain and prestigious department stores if you want to be successful in those other channels of distribution, the comparative is what will make it exciting for the consumer. So when you go into a polo stored see polo, pony that golf shirt, and you see it there, and it's eighty five dollars when you to go to Ralph Laurens outlet store and find that there for forty five dollars, you instantly want to buy it because you know, somewhere else that's eighty five dollars. And trust me if it isn't the same. It isn't different enough to be fifty percent of the price. Anyway, I went through this whole thing. And he killed me. You wanna talk about howling at the moon. How frustrating was it that he put us? We will put in a position that we had to try and sell those people and on the less survive. Five. As of sidebar on never forget during this week. Larry Phillips was put on a panel in New York City with the presidents and CEO's of Federated Department Stores that own Macy's may company arms, those Dillard's, and whatever and at this press conference. What it was each of the CEO's the various different companies stood up and talked about the future. Now, I at the time is responsible for selling the venues and brand was my brand office responsible. Larry Phillips got up at that conference with all the newspapers women's wear daily men's wear daily news record all the industry newspapers, New York Times, fashion, it is and he stood up, and we got the podium, and he turned and looked at the CEO's all these fashionable department stores that we were selling and he literally pointed at them. And he said these guys they're dinosaurs that dying they're going to be extinct. The future of the world is outlet stores. That's going to take over manufacturers outlet stores. You want my brand you don't have to buy it at Macy's. You're gonna be able to buy in my own outlets. Does. Well, that was the shock heard around the world. And I'm here trying to figure out how to survive in that guy stands up does that he brilliant guy. But that wasn't helpful. We took a bloodbath. It was really tough. And we ended up spending a lot more of time and the discount department stores, but Macy's always stayed. The course with us for that. I'm attorney grateful. We did a show a while back. I talked about a guy named Kevin MARCY who stood with us. He passed away much years ago, and I did a tribute to him. And I still do. Thank you Macy's for protecting us and staying with us 'cause the brand continues to sell and sell and even though I haven't been there for quite some time. I still have my heart in the brand. But you wanna talk about howling at the moon. This is the story of frustration. Giving me an impossible task of selling this brand and every channel of distribution, and I came up with this idea of segmenting, the labels. So that we can do this. I got killed took a step back. I lost my most favored nation status. And I was howling at the moon trying to do the impossible. Now, why am I telling you the story because I wanna fast forward to two thousand eighteen..

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"kevin marcy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"kevin marcy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And he looked at me across the table in front of twenty five people and said who are you? What are you talking about? There's only one is label. I don't wanna hear that. I can't sell my label JC Penney and venues and at the same time. You can't make that decision. All you're doing is watering down the label. Silence. This Phillips which trying to be able to find a way to sell Macy's. And so. Our own outlet stores at the same time. After all we had just done a survey. And the survey said that no matter what happens to your brand. You must remain and prestigious department stores if you want to be successful in those other channels of distribution, the comparative is what will make it exciting for the consumer. So when you go into a polo stored. See the polo pony that golf shirt, and you see it there, and it's eighty five dollars when you to go to Ralph Lawrence outlet store and find that there for forty five dollars, you instantly want to buy it because you know, somewhere else that's eighty five dollars. And trust me if it isn't the same. It isn't different enough to be fifty percent of the price. Anyway, I went through this whole thing. And he killed me. You wanna talk about howling at the moon. How frustrating was it that he put us? We will put in a position that we had to try and sells people and then the less survive. As of sidebar never forget during this week. Larry Phillips was put on a panel in New York City with the presidents and CEO's of Federated Department Stores that own Macy's may company departments those Dillard's, and whatever and at this press conference, which what it was each of the CEO's various different companies stood up and talk about the future. Now, I at the time was responsible for selling the venues brand was my brand responsible. Larry Phillips got up at that conference with all the newspapers women's wear daily men's wear daily news at all the industry newspaper, New York Times, fashion, it is and he stood up and he got the podium. Have you turned and looked at the CEO's of all these fashionable department stores that we were selling, and he literally pointed at them, and he said these guys they're dinosaurs that dying they're going to be extinct. The future of the world is outlet stores. That's going to take over manufacturers outlet stores. You want my brand you don't have to buy it at Macy's. You're going to be able to buy in my own outlets, those well that was like the shock heard around the world. And I'm here trying to figure out how to survive in that guy stands up does that he brilliant guy. But that wasn't helpful. And then we took a bloodbath. It was really tough. And we ended up spending a lot more of time and the discount department stores, but Macy's always stayed. The course with us for that maternity grateful. We did a show while back. I talked about a guy named Kevin MARCY who stood with us. He passed away of much years ago. And I did a tribute to him. And I still do. Thank you Macy's for protecting us and staying with us because the brand continues to sell and sell and even though I haven't been there for quite some time. I still have my heart in the brand. But you wanna talk about howling at the moon. This is a story of frustration. Giving me an impossible task of selling this brand and every channel of distribution, and I came up with this idea of segmenting labels. So that we can do this. I got killed took a step back. I lost my most favored nation status. And I was howling at the moon trying to do the impossible. The why am I telling you the story because I wanna fast forward to two thousand eighteen..

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"kevin marcy" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"kevin marcy" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Down and a square ball now for tomas martinez and square for galaxy sander square towards the left side for rodriguez now all the way to the left touchline for lundquist one quest ford for gil try to one to it with one questions behind him taken away by colorado badge has and he finds nicholson in the center of the pitch and now back to balji down the right touchline across the halfway law body with room balji towards the box body with a step over right side of the box towards the byline wafting cross platelet ground garcia lexa go edgar custodio came and couldn't control though and then kevin garcia is able to chase it down out of the box that was a lucky balance for kevin garcia's he let that one go and casteel was coming in there could have easily taken possession there of that ball you shocked that took went to ground tomas martinez lifting it for garcia knocked away like colorado donohoe if i'm joe willis i in kevin marcy is era at the half about that because he needs to clear that no matter what we've seen it a couple times in the season for the houston dynamo once by kevin garcia himself where he ball was not cleared well on one of those lofting crosses where it seems like no one's on the far post and and it falls to someone on the opposition and they score a goal so the kevin garcia has to be all over that bowl and make sure it's at least out of the box forty four th minute nil nil dynamos senate ford for yoko heavy challenged knocked away colorado gets possession played along the back line now for ford shubert barnes limping onto the field shubert over to the right side now for bloomberg swear ball for wilson near the circle leeza for shubert wide left at smith smith across the halfway line using his body on tomas martinez now passes it back to shubert the right side for four four trying to run by louis skill as a step now swear ball over to the right side for bloomberg bloomberg jonah chip it over the top blocked by lundquist enrolls to rodriguez rodriguez able to shield away off a bloomberg rodriguez ahead for keough toe down the touchline the alto kutcher towards the box the alto leftfoot crossbar post nobody's home present a play for a.

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"kevin marcy" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kevin marcy" Discussed on WTMA

"Five eighty nine and a half king street pose a significant threat to live in safety the owner of the building tom reid said he is hired a structural engineer to do his own assessment calling the report and extremist south carolina electric and gas might not return to its failed effort to complete two nuclear reactors in fairfield county even of the governor can find another power gravity willing to partner on the scuttled project the top executive of sepa jeez paran cavalese said yesterday he wasn't sure he would want to take the project back up after it fell behind schedule in it cost billions of dollars more than it was budgeted kevin marcy of scana cooperation also said several heard rolls and months of negotiations stood in the way of restarting construction on either of the unfinished reactors which were abandoned late last month after nearly a decade of work why school football is back in the low country they're hendricks are tomo football classic kicked off at five last night johnson hey good the annual event known as the unofficial start to the high school football season as a few changes this year for one almost all of the games are playing to quarter games instead of a single quarter games that gives the teams are little more time to work on game play i'm fridge story twelve if tma total news depend on it good morning hey it's chris you're on the chris plante show starting at ten right after charlie james and right before clark howard charleston's ralph fifty you.

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