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Unusual Perennials With Far Reaches Farm

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:44 min | 5 d ago

Unusual Perennials With Far Reaches Farm

"I'm kind of overwhelmed at the possibilities that you have in your list But i did see one sort of like theme ish thing that really caught my eye and recently my friend can drew's and i were talking on the show about some favorite of our early native spring. Perennials were both eastern gardeners. And we both love things with surveys. Arching stems like solomon's seal and such and you have a lot of things like that i think and i don't know if that's intentional. Or if you're obsessed with that too but can we talk about some of them like the polygon items and my anthem and you've you larrea. I die spor homes and whatever. I saw a lot of these things. Tell me about plants that look like that. Let's talk about that. Yeah yeah yeah all of those that whole kind of group. I mean they're like the disarms are now you know been separated out from the into a different family than Pulling games or solomon sales but but we kinda regard them as the sort of fulfilling the same function in the garden. They have the same visual Impact and appeal really and And we're just we are just smitten by them and and and for good reason. There's fear other things that Offer that In the shade garden Solomon's seals in particular Have there's there's over. Eighty species of solomon seals and within each species and their diversity is incredible. I mean it goes from the arctic circle down to tropical rainforest in vietnam and they can be. We've actually pitched a tent on flicking them hooker. I at thirteen thousand feet in eastern bhutan and that only gets an inch or two high in that really short alpine turf whereas We've got political. Tim did in our shade garden. And it's not done reaching its full mature size and we've been as tall as fifteen feet so that's pretty awesome. Thank goodness textiles for them and it said you have thirty one. Different polygamy items. And i was like and then you had an article on the website. I'll give a link with the transcript to it about one that i think it's cinemas The species is king knee. Ainum or juan neum or something It's like a twelve footer. With orange flowers that was surprising. Yeah that's really really nice thing. It's one that had been the had been regarded as a flagging kingham. It's it's distinct in that it has leaves. That are different than what we would see on on on the east coast for example Heard the leaves are kind of following this stem and their little alternate sort of things like every other step stepped up. The leaves up the stem but in keenum who aim vietnam again Their what's called a tesla arrangement of lease or their little like spokes on a wheel in quarrels ranked up the stem. And that's that's very distinctive right. Can you ain't them You know crashing. You know if it gets like ten twelve or even like in vietnam and fifteen feet. How do you. How do you keep those upright. And they've got a clever little adaptation not the end of each leaf tip at hooks into a little hook and it will actually hold onto surrounding branchless and of shrubs and so we have going up through having going up to really thin twigged shabby dogwoods and that can kind of self trellis themselves that way.

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Officials in Pasadena, Los Angeles, hold virtual community meeting in light of increase in shootings

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:54 sec | 6 d ago

Officials in Pasadena, Los Angeles, hold virtual community meeting in light of increase in shootings

"Holding a virtual community meeting tonight's in light of an increase in shootings, including one involving a 10 year old boy concerned about the increase in gun violence in the city Mayor Victor Gordo says the meeting had already been scheduled before the boy was shot outside his family's home on Valentine's Day. A crime he called unacceptable expectation is that the police department will bring The perpetrators of these crimes to justice, he says. The message that will be expressed at the meeting is this has to stop. I think that everyone in the community finds any and all shootings unacceptable. But in particular the shooting of an innocent 10 year old boy. Fortunately, Gordo says the boy is recovering. According to Pasadena police officials. There have been nine shootings with 11 victims in the first six weeks of this year, compared to four shootings with three victims in the same time last year. Margaret career Oh KNX 10 70 news radio meeting will

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3 Los Angeles city council members call for creation of Youth Development Department to focus on enrichment, job training

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:05 min | 6 d ago

3 Los Angeles city council members call for creation of Youth Development Department to focus on enrichment, job training

"The creation of a youth development department here in the city of L. A, has been proposed by a number of council members. The goal is to centralize the system so that there is accountability, the ability to track results and show whether or not there are duplications or inefficiencies. As it stands. The city has youth programming spread across 26 departments. We have 800,000 years in the city of Los Angeles between The ages of 10 to 25 when you look back at the last 10 years at 1.2 Million arrests, 10 to 25 year olds make up a third of those arrested L. A City Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez, what we needed to create a centralized department that helps to provide equitable access across the city of a variety of youth programs. That include job training that include some of the intervention strategies that provide an opportunity for us to not leave money on the table that's available from the state or the county government. In a statement, Councilman Kevin De Leon said Los Angeles needs to demonstrate that the city's youth matter, Margaret Career Oh KNX 10 70 news

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Serena Williams loses to Naomi Osaka in Australian Open semifinals

WBBM Morning News

00:24 sec | 6 d ago

Serena Williams loses to Naomi Osaka in Australian Open semifinals

"Serena Williams still on 23 major titles, losing her also open semifinal to Naomi Osaka last night, 6364. It's now been four years since Serena last Wanna slam, keeping her one away from Margaret Court's All time Mark Osaka now faces American Jennifer Brady in the final on Saturday. Novak Djokovic is safely in the men's final after a straight set win over Ruslan

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Serena Williams loses to Naomi Osaka in Australian Open semifinals

Wayne Cabot

00:24 sec | 6 d ago

Serena Williams loses to Naomi Osaka in Australian Open semifinals

"Serena Williams is still stuck on 23 Grand Slam singles titles, one shy of Margaret Court's record after a straight set lost Naomi Osaka, the Australian Open semifinals, possibly Serena's final Aussie Open, She ended a press conference in tears and then posted a thank you to the Australian fans. Osaka is going to take on American Jennifer Brady in the final two time defending champ Novak Djokovic, also back to the men's final.

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Dog attacks 2-year-old and father in popular Miami park

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:28 sec | 6 d ago

Dog attacks 2-year-old and father in popular Miami park

"Recent attack has police warning dog owners in the city of Miami Edward of Zeos says and unleash Belgian Malinois. What bit him and his two year old child this week at the Margaret Pace Park in Edgewater. Little boy suffered head and face injuries, and the father says he was been on the hand trying to protect his little boy. Miami police were at the park, reminding owners to keep their dogs leashed and those who don't comply can be fined.

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Naomi Osaka beats Serena Williams at Australian Open

WBBM Evening News

00:30 sec | Last week

Naomi Osaka beats Serena Williams at Australian Open

"23 Grand Slam singles championships one more, and she ties Margaret Court for the most in tennis history. It's not going to happen at the Australian Open, the first of the two women semifinals matches is over, and William says just lost to Naomi Osaka. Soccer advances in straight sets, 63 and 64 and will face the winner of the upcoming semifinal between American Jennifer Brady Carolina moved. AVA Steelers general

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Los Angeles County Health Services Expands Free Community-Based COVID-19 Testing in New Partnership with Black Churches

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:00 min | Last week

Los Angeles County Health Services Expands Free Community-Based COVID-19 Testing in New Partnership with Black Churches

"Several churches will be operating as testing sites. The idea is to offer testing in a space that people trust Reverend Judy Wortham is with the Tabernacle community Do Elopement Corporation, which is working in partnership with L. A county health services. African Americans have not fared well with Cove in way have gotten sicker. Been admitted more frequently to hospitals. More of us are dying. We should be at the front of the line for comb it 19 tests and while vaccines are being administered L. A county lead on covert testing, Dr Clemens Hyung says We can't drop our guard. Not enough people yet are immune from vaccines or recent infections to rule out another search. This is part of an even larger initiative involving dozens of churches statewide, including eight across L. A county. No appointments or health insurance are required for the free tests that will be made available through June. 30th Margaret CAREER Oh KNX 10 70 news

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Serena Williams' quest to make history now goes through Naomi Osaka

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:12 min | Last week

Serena Williams' quest to make history now goes through Naomi Osaka

"Are set at the Australian Open in Melbourne, the first Grand Slam of the year and the one match certain to get the best TV ratings takes place tonight at seven when number three seed Naomi Osaka meets number 10 Serena Williams four years ago at age 35 Serena want in Melbourne for her 23rd Grand Slam singles title, one shy of the record held by Margaret Court, but she hasn't won one sense beaten in her Last nine Grand Slam tournaments four times in the finals, including a 2018 when Osaka beater to win the US Open the on Lee time the two have met in a grand slam until tonight, Osaka still idolizes Serena said after her quarterfinal win that she's still watches old over matches. Serena's thoughts on Osaka, you know, I think she's a very strong player and You know, I feel like she does everything well, she's a good serve. She has a great return. She you know she's strong on both sides. And so she's a great competitors, and she's cool. She's a cool cat. It'll be interesting man. The winner of tonight's match will be an overwhelming favorite to win the final against either number 20 to see Brady or unseated. Markova meant

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Trump acquitted for second time following historic Senate impeachment trial

KCBS Radio Weekend News

07:09 min | Last week

Trump acquitted for second time following historic Senate impeachment trial

"This morning are similar to what they were almost exactly a day a week and a year ago after being acquitted in the foreign interference impeachment case. Now. Former President Donald Trump has been acquitted again, this time for incitement of insurrection following the events of January 6th. But this time, seven Republican senators broke with their party that was still 10 votes short of conviction. I want to begin this morning with one of the impeachment managers. Colorado Democratic Congressman Jonah Goose. He's in Washington. Good morning, Congressman. Morning market. It is with you. You close your argument yesterday by saying extremist groups, maybe emboldened and the violence on the 6 may just be the beginning. Are you saying Republicans are complicity in that? And if so, how do you work across the aisle with them now? Well, look what I was saying. Margaret is very heartfelt on my behalf and on behalf of all the managers is a real fear that I think many Americans have. After witnessing the terrible violence that happened on January 6th the insurrection. It took place on our nation's account nation's capital that without accountability that many of these groups could very well become more emboldened and on, perhaps engaged in more violence I had hoped And more senators would ultimately honor their oath by convicting the president. But make no mistake. I mean the big difference between this year and the headline he referenced last year's just how historic this vote. Wasit was the most bipartisan impeachment vote in the history of our Republic. 57 senators, including seven Republicans, that you mentioned chose country over party looked at our fax objectively that we presented to them considered the evidence and reached the same conclusion. We did. You said the president incited insurrection, and we shouldn't lose sight of that. I want to salute and commend those seven Republicans. People like Ben Sasse and Mitt Romney. Really profile Encourage, in my view in terms of the vote that they took. Why did you back off the request for witnesses? That's a fair question. I don't know that I would characterize it that way. Look, I know a lot of people ask for them said the senator said yes and then the House managers said they didn't require them that's backing off. Over well, So here's what I would say. I'm happy to answer the question. So lead manager asking touched on this. Yesterday He proceeded with the request for one witness, not multiple witnesses. The request was for video testimony, a deposition testimony, which is how that's been done in prior impeachments, for example, during the Clinton impeachment 1999 of congresswoman Rare Butler, given what we had learned about her statements, and just the night before the full extent of her remarks, rather the conversation she had with minority leader Carthy that she had with President Trump. And clearly, that conversation went directly to the president's state of mind. And in our view, and in the view of clearly 57 senators supported our theory of the case. So we proceeded, lead manager asking Rather proceeded with that request, it became very clear to us. The President's council was only to stipulate to allow that statement to come into evidence and be considered by the Senate. And that was an important stipulation. Ultimately, lead manager Raskin read out that statement, both to the State Senate into the broad American public, But I'll just also say, Margaret, look, I think it's pretty clear and leave. And you're asking touched on this. Whether it was five more witnesses or 5000 witnesses. It is very clear that the senators who voted to acquit on a technicality, which was the jurisdictional argument that we had successfully defended early in the trial, and actually had convinced the majority of the Senate, including Republicans. That the Senate did have presidential jurisdiction and move forward. It would not have made a difference to those senators. And you heard that from Mitch McConnell himself, who conceded that the president was morally responsible for provoking the events of January 6. Well, there do seem to have been some key items that came up at the last minute or were frankly, you know, overlooked until the last minute you mentioned Congresswoman Herrera Butler's comments, but she said she first made those public back in January. I also want to play for you these comments from Republican leader McCarthy that were on CBS coverage during the siege. I'm giving you the opportunity right now that your precious and beloved United States Capitol and our democracy is witnessing this call the spade, a Spain. I was very clear with the president when I called him. Attacks have stopped, but he has to. He's got to go to the American public and tell them to stop it. This is not who we are. This is not who his supporters are. This is more than politics. This'd the foundation of this nation. This is the democracy that we're supposed to be the torch for the rest of the world. This is not a view we should see and nobody should encourage it and nobody should be a part of it. That's the Republican leaders saying on live television. He personally asked the president multiple times to call off his mob. Why leave key moments like that on the table? I disagree The profits of that question, Margaret that, yes, that statement that you just mentioned certainly were aware of, I think And again, I differently man Raskin on the seven entry point. But the full extent of the conversation that leader McCarthy had with the president is what we and the country learned about just in the last 48 hours. The president's response. Leader McCarthy that those rioters was insurrectionists cared more about the election results. Then he did that was new information. And so it was important for the Senate to consider that but again, But when you wanted to have the asked McCarthy, you're yourself these questions. I mean their ideas. I'm sure you've seen reports and comments from Democratic senators like Chris Coons that You know, this just would have taken too long. If the stakes were high As you're saying, why not here? From these witnesses. I I'd say a couple things first. It was very clear and again for the leader manager asking, but my understanding that witnesses that were not friendly to the prosecution we're not going to comply voluntarily. Which meant that we would be litigating subpoenas for months to potentially years And I know you know this, Margaret. You covered this extensively during the first impeachment were still litigating the subpoena Don began. The Judiciary Committee issued two years ago. So look at the end of the day leader McConnell himself yesterday acknowledged The president's disgraceful dereliction of duty. Is it Is it an A number one? You? You look very quickly that you looked right at leader McConnell and part of your remarks. Did you ever think you were going to persuade him to convict? I was hopeful, you know, Look, I care a great deal about this country as the son of immigrants and someone who's been given so many freedoms and opportunities here, United States I was hopeful that every senator would ultimately vote to do the right thing. And I'm glad I'm grateful that seven of them on the Republican sock it that obviously history much of the rest. Congressman. Thank you for your time this morning.

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Riley Arthur shares journalism and publishing tips

Photofocus Podcast

05:23 min | Last week

Riley Arthur shares journalism and publishing tips

"This schmear young. And i'm joined by my co host. Who's dealing with the frigid. Fifty degree weather in florida right now. Skip cohen own. Showing you get not. I mean it's hysterical. Because it's the way we dress down here like today. I've got on shorts flip flops and a flannel shirt that makes no sense and if the fashion police came by most of us would be arrested. So that is. Let's get into today's program because you end. Our guest are both hanging out in a very cold place in the country right now when it's perfectly appropriate to do a hot podcast. How's that that sounds great because it is twelve degrees right now. Right things that. I'll i'll do my best not complain about having to put the top up. Okay hey seriously. Riley joins us today and she is a testimonial to a combination of the grapevine and social media. And here's the fun aspect of how i got to know riley. A good buddy of mine in boston sent me an. I am and a link to her work and said hey you need to go talk to her so a phone call later. That opened the door to this michigan based documentary photographer. She's an art director. She's an accomplished author. She's a big believer especially in themed projects like her diners of new york. Which is a a personal favourite of hers. And i happen to love the just to if you've lived in the new jersey new york area. Then you know that diners are just an incredible Concept she's a national geographic explorer. She's a fulbright fellow and her work has been published in numerous magazines and is in the permanent collections of seven. Different museums nine. Oh there's probably nothing. Riley can't photograph but as a journalist. What i love most about her work is. it's just about the simplicity of life And sometimes obviously more complex than a complex and less simple in any event riley. If i haven't screwed up something in technology here welcome to the mind. Your own business podcast. Thanks for having me well. It's good to have you here and i really am. I'm outnumbered today. Because i'm always complaining about the weather or or making shamir aware that she's in the coldest place in the country right now and now. The two of you can share that misery law like complaint. It's nice to have some company. Let me tell you and and riley. I'm so excited to chat with you because it sounds like you've had a very interesting journey. And we were kind of chatting in the pre interview chat and it was interesting to learn that you are not originally from michigan. But from the lemme say this right. American samoa correct yes. Correct soren and raised. That's somehow you ended up here in michigan. Where we're just happy to be in the double digits today and so kind of. Let's kick things off by having you kind of tell us about your background. how you ended up doing what you're doing today and just how you got here well since you mentioned where i was Warren raised american saw. I think that would be a great place to start off so you guys might know. American simul from a number of things like you know american football players to you know a variety of other cultural touch points. But you know the first person to make american samoa on the mainstream was the anthropologist margaret mead and some of her photographs and writings about american samoa. so you know and Independent som- so you know. When i was young american sama as i told you earlier is the third wettest is place in the world gets a tremendous amount of rain and one of the things that happens is that mold grows on just about anything including photographs and vhs tapes. You know back when there while people are using those so we had a you know a a system where we would take photographs When our film was ready would send it off to get you know in the mail to get back in the day and we get our photographs back. My mom would fill a photo album and then she sent it off to our grandparents the store because if we kept them on island they would mold in a number of years. We'd have no relics of our family. History so i became kind of fascinated by sort of documenting a place in time and the fact that where we were from. We couldn't really keep our photographs if we wanted them to actually survive more than say three years so that sort of drive to document is really becoming a leading charge in fascination with documenting things and being sort of for that picks niche interests. That might be sort of going away. So that's sort of a long answer to your question How i got started in my career was. I had my senior thesis in my undergraduate degree. I interned at the oregon shakespeare festival as a theatre photographer

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Biden announces sanctions on Myanmar coup leaders

The Daily Beans

00:29 sec | Last week

Biden announces sanctions on Myanmar coup leaders

"Today president joe biden announced that the united states will sanction myanmar's military leaders after last week's coup in the country in brief remarks biden said he had approved a new executive order allowing the us to immediately sanctioned the military leaders who directed coup their business interests as well as close family members. He said they would identify targets of those sanctions this week. So you know we. We knew that they had opposed it today. He officially announce sanctions which is good. He's he's again doing what he is supposed to be doing.

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Interview With Author, Lynne Bertrand

What Book Hooked You?

04:49 min | Last week

Interview With Author, Lynne Bertrand

"So then. What book hooked you. It's a great question. I was Sense the info on this question you know just that we could interpreted however we wanted to and i thought to myself. I'm not sure it was a hook. It was more of a net because a lot of reading in my childhood that was just part of the culture. I grew up in Partly just The nature of life before a lot of screens And then partly because i grew up in the family of a A fairly religious family so we were people of the book like anybody. Who's you know. grows up in that. You know that the buckets. In our case the bible but in other cases i think of the korean or you know the torah people reading and memorizing parts of books and becoming sort of accustomed to the idea that the book in some way is your life and your belief system and your and your way of understanding the world so there was that and then aside from any religious interpretations of the book the narrative structure of all those books in the old and new testaments or the first and second testament is really interesting stuff but then beyond that i I wanted to choose. A book called my family and other animals by gerald durrell. Who actually d'oro if you're british and incorrect. Which is the story of. It's one of many books that the zoologist durrell wrote As part of his Recollections about his life in zoology and this one is his early years on the island of corfu When he was there with his family and his brother. Lawrence still is a Novelist he wrote the alexandria quartet which will probably show up later in this interview. Because you'll ask me what series. I've never finished but gerald was Delicious writer funny kind of a smart aleck and really Captured not only his life in the field and mountains of coffee. Which is a greek island. collecting like rose beatles magpies and puppies and wall lizards and stuff but also the stories of his family. Being completely intolerable and arrogant. And you know with all their crazy foibles. Carry charming book. And i realized that if he could write like that then this could be really fun to read all my life and where in your life did you read this book. I well when i was about eight years old eight nine ten years old I used to go to new hampshire to stay with my grandparents and we were permitted because again it was a time when life look different. We were permitted to just take ourselves downtown and go anywhere we wanted and you know just as kids and we used to do things that we remembered from our summers like by a hamster you think their parents would never let us to and my grandparents just gave us a long leash least at all so i went to the bookstore all the time. There is a prep school town. I was not that kid. We were not that kind of wealthy but we had full access to the prep school bookstore. And i bought this book just thinking the cover was interesting. And i'm actually holding it in my hand. It is completely destroyed taped together with masking tape. It's Aqua the way everything was in nineteen seventy three or whatever that was and it was covered with all these crazy looking animals from that time. Sort of a collage and it has the typefaces that you would recognize from that era. So i And i read it in secret thinking that because it had some swears in it probably getting in trouble and was that sort of common use you were having to sneak books From your parents were your parents very today. Kind of investigate what. You're reading a frequently to make sure it was clean. Yeah no it's a great question. My parents are very liberal in their In their interpretation of what would be considered you know dogma but the The churches that i grew up in were more conservative so i was pretty careful. I mean that was the same era. As are you there. God it's me margaret. And you know i mean. There were things coming out that we're pretty controversial. Nothing like what. I've written and nothing like anybody else's writing now but But at that time it was you had to be kind of careful

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"On skype from his own. Snowbank a few hours drive away from mind to think spring and it's fantastic native. Perennials hike ken. Hi margaret as this no bank. Oh my god. I know nine hippopotamus in the driveway and it turned out to be my car. Yeah that'll happen. That will happen. So we in our previous desert island plants additions. Last couple of months we've done trees and shrubs and we just i guess because we were so desperate as i said sort of winter desperate starved for. We got to talk about this the other day and you know i realized when i sort of sort of making my list in preparation. These are some of the plants that i've had here the longest the native perennials. They were some of the first things. I either bought or that. I found when i got here. I call these. Plants would lenders. Because the ones that i think about most are the plants of the woodland in early spring plants and some of them. We call them roles because they bloom and they either fade away or just bloom and set seed sometimes even before the leaves on the trees come out but you know we started talking about this. We were going to do our favorite shade plants. Then we're gonna do our favorite Woodland plants and then we thought well Early with implants and then he thought native with implants. And then i looked up. My county is native plants. Because you know how we start with two thousand plants and to get it down to slice and dice. Yeah yeah yeah but but sort of the early spring natives as point out there. Sort of the opportunists. That take advantage of the light. That's coming through the canopy of the shrubs or trees in nature before leaves get on the trees above and do their thing. They photos in this. Is you know they jump up. They incised a flower. They said they try to do it early. Because otherwise there's not enough light resources often. We'll some of these plants. That are my favorites..

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Cancel Culture: Slaying the Fox Monster

On The Media

07:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Cancel Culture: Slaying the Fox Monster

"We're going to cancel anybody. We disagree with cancel. Culture now has permeated every single part of our society. Sadly i predict it's only gonna get worse. Silence more dangerous voices. You know sean hannity. Maybe you're onto something in advance of an impeachment trial of ex-president on the grounds of inciting insurrection. There is growing sentiment for the cable. Channel that most amplified donald trump's ravings to be held accountable as well in the past week. The new york times washington post mother jones variety and cnn. All entertained musings about fox. One way or another being shunned from polite society. Washington post media columnist. Margaret sullivan declared quote corporations. That advertise on fox. News should walk away and citizens who care about the truth should demand that they do. Such is the post insurrection. Comeuppance zeitgeist after the january sixth riots mainstream social media rid itself of donald trump and thousands of other conspiracy theorists twitter. Dropped more than seventy thousand accounts devoted cunanan single day likewise partner. The extremist heavy twitter clone lost. it's internet host. Republican members of congress suddenly lost sources of campaign funds and donald trump himself lost crucial business relationships. Cancel culture sean. Well yeah more or less and so in this hour. We address two questions first. What if fox news were to be neutralized or at least radically ostracized and secondly in a democratic society in which free speech is foundational. Is that an outcome. We really want. Both questions are premised on the belief that whatever fox has been since one thousand nine hundred ninety six launch a megaphone for wedge issues fearmongering lies conspiracy theories culture. Wars has poisoned with sleep. Mutated it's no longer just an argument with the left. It's explicitly a safe space for insurrectionists and all those who imagine themselves under the heel of tyranny tens of millions of americans have no chance there are about to be crushed by the ascendant left. These people needed defender. You need a defender. Why is no one defending them. That was tucker carlson. One day after the storming of the capital which according to angelo kerosone president and ceo of the left leading advocacy group media matters for america exemplifies the channels dark and treacherous turn. They know that a part of their audience especially tucker's with this idea genocide that white culture is in some way being replaced in decayed and they are trying to appeal to that and they're warning them. They're coming for them. It's a political plain and simple. It's now standard operating procedure in the democratic party. Are you or have you ever been a supporter of donald trump on put a scarlet letter tv on supporters. This is a slippery slope. Are people going to say. We're not going to sell you a car. A republicans. we're not gonna. We're not going to issue you a mortgage conservatives. I mean how far does this go. And you listen as the geniuses explain how the single biggest threat to country isn't chinese. Hegemony or even the coming hyperinflation. Pretty much uncertainty now. Which was one hundred percent caused by elite mismanagement of our economy. But no let's not talk about that. The real threat is a forbidden idea. It's something called that's carlson. Dismissing worries about cunanan a cult dedicated to dismantling government filled with pedophile cannibals. Which is something of a departure from historical conservative values of states rights fiscal responsibility a strong military and self reliance because you know cannibals. The last year in particular is when it certainly seemed as though the cauldron of him and lies. That fox news had been boiling boiled. Over and i think it affected. Everybody's lives i with kobe and all the misinformation and how they influenced the public health response and then in the aftermath of the election. An how they kind of built the framework that really helped undermine the results in the minds a so many of our fellow citizens and after the rage it had helped fuel finally materialized into violence. Did fox hole back humbled in jason over. Its own dark power. No just last week. Here was fox news founder. rupert murdoch. Australia denouncing not insurrection but cancel culture is rigidly enforced. Conformity didn't better. I circled central me. A straightjacket on sensitive -tuni- people have fought too hard in too many places for freedom of speech. To be suppressed for this awful woke orthodoxy murdoch's denunciation of political correctness was widely interpreted as a vow not to cave either to the bleeding hearts or to the even fringe ear conservative channels like newsmax and one american news where many maga- fateful fled on election night. When fox was the first call arizona for joe biden in the aftermath the perennial ratings leader skidded at least temporarily to third place in cable news and for now. Murdoch is steering into the skid. Npr's david folkenflik reports by taking even more news fox news one of their top news. Anchors martha mccallum. She was shifted from seven pm prime evening slot to three pm in the afternoon. And that is a major opinion our and let's be clear conservative opinion. Our among those auditioning is maria bartiromo an anchor. Who has made a lot of unfounded. Unhinged claims here's one from let's just for the sake of argument except that fox news channel has not only crossed a line but defiantly stayed there and thus the chorus of calls for boycotts by its advertisers and of its advertisers in order to starve the beast in the interest of full disclosure in other spaces. I myself have called for that very thing. This happens to be the work. Kerosone media matters has been undertaking. Four years with mixed success. One of the big efforts was a campaign to get either glenn beck to be less destructive or ultimately fired and that's exactly what happens on the other hand or recently advertisers have sled tucker and laura ingram they have lost about half of their paid commercials they used to have more than thirty commercials show now the average between fourteen and sixteen and even though they've lost money obviously they're still on the network and they

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New COVID Mass Vaccination Site To Open At Cal State Los Angeles

KNX In Depth with Charles Feldman and Mike Simpson

01:05 min | 3 weeks ago

New COVID Mass Vaccination Site To Open At Cal State Los Angeles

"Vaccination center will open a Cal State L, a later this month under a federal state partnership. This is part of a larger effort to establish 100 vaccination sites nationwide in the 1st 100 days of President Joe Biden's administration. Another mass vaccination site will be set up in Oakland Governor Gavin Newsom says equity is the call of the moment. The reason this site was chosen. Was the framework of making sure that communities that are often left behind are not left behind their prioritized. The governor says. This is a partnership between FEMA and his office of Emergency Services be working with the county and local officials hiring local individuals from the community, creating opportunities, creating jobs. Or community members to distribute what we hope is a minimum of 6000 doses a day chair of the L. A County Board of Supervisors, Hilda Solis, in a statement said. This is a welcome signal that we are ramping up at the federal, state and local level with the practical boots on the ground solutions we need to put an end to this deadly pandemic. Margaret CAREER Oh

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New COVID Mass Vaccination Site To Open At Cal State Los Angeles

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

New COVID Mass Vaccination Site To Open At Cal State Los Angeles

"In 19 Vaccination center will open up Cal State L A later this month under a federal state partnership. Let's go Live to Cane Extend seventies Margaret career. Oh, this is all part of a larger effort to establish 100 vaccination sites nationwide in the 1st 100 days of the Biden Harris administration. Another mass vaccination site will be set up with the Oakland Alameda Coliseum. Governor Gavin Newsom says equity is the call of the moments. The reason this site was chosen was the framework. Of making sure that communities that are often left behind are not left behind their prioritized in terms of the administration of these vaccines, the governor says This is a partnership between FEMA and his office of Emergency services working with the county and local officials. Hiring local Individuals, individuals from the community, creating opportunities, praying jobs for community members to distribute. What we hope is a minimum of 6000 doses. A day chair of the L. A County Board of Supervisors, Hilda Solis issued a statement calling the Count ST L a sight Ah welcome signal that we are ramping up at the federal, state and local level with the practical boots on the ground solutions that we need. Put an end to this deadly pandemic Reporting

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No In-Person Learning Monday For Chicago Public Schools

Bob Sirott

02:54 min | 3 weeks ago

No In-Person Learning Monday For Chicago Public Schools

"Is no in person learning today for Chicago Public school students over the weekend Mayor Late put ordered all Chicago public school teachers. Do not have permission to stay home do the medical concerns to come back to the classroom today? Still no deal between the schools and the Chicago Teachers Union. And as of last night, CTU. Let's see. Said all students should continue remote learning CPS CEO Dr Janice Jackson was on face the nation yesterday. Here's a little bit of what she said when asked about re opening in Chicago goal right now is T get a resolution. CTU has made it clear that they want a deal. We share those same sentiments. But we're still far apart on a couple of key issues such as vaccination on D, How we account for accommodations for individuals who maybe are just, you know, petrified to come back into schools because of Kobe. We believe that we have to Reopen schools. We've been closed for almost a year now and as a school system, we're starting to see some of the effects of schools being closed. Many of our students aren't logging on. We're seeing African American and latte next students in particular being especially hard hit, and our goal is to really give every parent and option. Those families who want to remain remote will have that option through the remainder of the school year. But we have thousands of families who want an in person option because there is essential workers themselves. So on that CDC plan. I know this report this week got a lot of attention, really urging schools to reopen on DSI ng that transmission can be stopped if master warning their social distancing, But the same report said there should still be restrictions in the community, and it's cited indoor dining. Chicago has already opened its bars and restaurants. How do you feel about that? Yeah, I think we've learned a lot about re opening from the past spring. Definitely prioritizing the reopening of schools has to be at the top of the list. And our mayor has done that. We have re opened bars and restaurants at limited capacity here in the city. But one thing that was really important in that report is that it showed that community spread does not necessarily impact. I'm sprint within a particular school and that implementing mitigating mitigation strategies with Fidelity. Actually is more successful, You know, lead to more success with re opening, and so we're focused on that We have a solid plan in place that goes above and beyond the guidance that we've heard from city as well, a CDC officials and we believe that we can safely reopen and we've been open for three weeks or we have been over for three weeks with a great degree of success, so the time is now for students to return to the classroom. Go public schools CEO Dr Janice Jackson on CBS yesterday. Interviewed by Margaret Brennan on

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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont urges Biden to "give us some transparency" on vaccine rollout

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont urges Biden to "give us some transparency" on vaccine rollout

"Joins us from Stanford. Good morning to you. Good morning, Margaret Governor. We've talked about your state being a now performer in terms of actually getting vaccine supply out to constituents. And I wonder what your advice to the Biden administration would be. Should they continue prioritizing states based on population or reward good behavior by giving more vaccine to states that can actually put it in arms. Well, I could tell you they gave us the previous administration gave us 50,000 additional doses because we were doing a good job of getting people vaccinated on a timely basis. But I think what's most important right now for the Biden administration is give us some transparency. Let us know what you can expect next week. What we can expect next month, So we know how much to expand our infrastructure. But we're ready to get people vaccinated. You just get us the vaccines. Well, we know the White House said this week that they will boost supply about 16% Give you three weeks. Notice of what you're about to get in, said just the one week that you were getting into the prior administration. But then I saw that, too. Health systems in your state have been canceling appointments for shots and arms for the coming week. So I'm wondering, Is there still a problem with federal supply? I don't think so. They've done a relatively good job of getting us the vaccines when we need it. Our hospital systems and friendly qualified health centers. They do things by appointment that clears up a lot of the confusion you see in some other states. I do know that one or two of these systems maybe over promised and had more people They had vaccines were watching that very carefully. Do it by appointment, Clear up the confusion, Get people vaccinated.

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:59 min | 2 months ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"And but i didn't know in advance would have big flowers. Lots of flowers What i mean. Yeah so because genetics in a ceiling population. There's the great variation in genetic in the gene pool. Which is how plants survive in. Adapt and thrive and go on for zillions of years is by having a whether you're gonna flowers on that i did it. I didn't i. There was no way to see the flowers. I bought it very young and once it started flowering it was fabulous so i have a couple of acer japonica tonight a fully echinacea fully because it has leaves like an echo which are very divided one of my favorite plants and i've grown from seed and one of them is about thirty five years old and really has the best full color anything. But i can't actually say that it's an echinacea volume because it's from seed. Even though he really resembles the the selection completely it looks just like it. What you just said in in. Latin gibberish is that it's the acer japonica or japanese maple actinide volume which means looks like echinacea or a monkshood which is a herbaceous perennial like has that for mouthful. I love it. Yeah yeah yeah. I have a lot of japanese maples which grow in pots and take very very large pots and take into the garage. The unheeded garage to store them for the winter. And that's a whole nother story which at another time But but i used to grow and this was a great. I've had two losses in recent years of favourite trees longtime friends that were with me acer pseudo. Sabaot dina which is a korean. Maple sorta looks like jeff able but hardier and the same nurseryman again said to me margaret if you want a japanese maple quote unquote japanese maple to go on the ground here in our cold zone five b and do well year after year. It's kind of either the blood good. You know the typical reddish one c or and this is back a lot of years or pseudo sudas about the korean won. And don't you know. It was just fabulous for years and years and years decades and then one day it just literally never leafed out. It wasn't even sick the year before. And i i assume it some with some fungal disease or something underground going on that It's a come to a disease that was hidden So very very sad. I didn't want to replace it. Because if there was a disease in the soil etcetera so but that's a fantastic incredible full-color like nothing. You've ever seen and hardy as a bone so pseudo simple dina Yeah so a couple couple more. Did you ever grow a paperback. Maple paperbark maple. I haven't but. I liked them. And i see them around here yes. Easter grisham has exfoliating exfoliating bark. Which is sort of amber. And there's a lot of it in in the fall of sunlight goes just illuminates them. It looks like all these shaggy. Bits are glowing. That's beautiful and very popular. So growing smallish maple beautiful grown ford spark..

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

07:05 min | 3 months ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"I invited today's guests who curated the seed linked lettuce collection and is also part of the linked team wisconsin based bjorn. Bergman is like each of us an avid gardener and he's also a longtime participant various seed savers exchange programs and. He confessed to being positively mad for growing and eating salad. So hello bjorn. Thanks for making time today. Yeah thank you so much for having me on market. It's a pleasure to be here today. Yes so like. I said brave new world and also it's a bit of a mouthful not your basic seed shopping experience or experience at all so i wanna sort of Start you know. We're going to talk mostly about the curated seed collections which are fun and great for giving us a gift as well during this upcoming holiday season. But i want it. I like backtracking. Get the elevator pitch on seed linked the bigger project at this dimension of And what problem. It's trying to address as a whole and so. Can you do that for us. Can you help us with that. Yeah for sure. I'd love to And i guess to connect with all the listeners here right. I want to have everyone kind of envisioned When they go and purchase seats every spring Kind of spreading out other seed catalogs on their counter and perusing through all the pages which i know is one of the most delightful thing sides during the time to do So you're looking to see cadillacs and you're trying to decide what to grow and you might be Allured by the beautiful pictures of the description. You might have a friend that told you that this variety is great and it's delicious and performs well But when when. I kind of think of that idea. Compared with today's tech world where we're so connected in it's kind of an outdated model with so many other things we can go on and look at reviews of things before we buy them whether it be a car child seat You know bicycle or even visiting a restaurant. And with the there's really not the equivalent of that and so see bling dot com. We're really aiming to kind of connect the dots between all the different seed industry stakeholders so gardeners and farmers and seed see breeders and chefs and bring them together on our platform to help Kinda create a more collaborative and resilient seat system that helps people so at the highest level And we're not quite there yet We're we're a start up business but Gardeners and farmers can go onto our sites and search for varieties Maybe say they wanna find a tomato that performs well by then by by growing and they can search for tomatoes and find reviews for tomatoes from other people that That that have grown tomatoes by them. And so it's like you said it's a big citizen science project and you just welcome everyone to the table to participate so when new way in this again newish overall bigger project of seed linked dot com one new way. People can participate right now is that they can order some of these curated seed collections. Like the one you have put together of some favorite lettuces and And so that's a little different from like even if i went and bought a lettuce assortment at a regular seed catalog. It's a little bit different. So let's say what is this seed collection aspect of seed linked. Yeah definitely it. It was We created it kind of in response to this past spring. A covid nineteen ten you know. Oh boy yeah. I know that. In your world margaret. There's there's just so many people that were excited about gardening for the first time wanting to buy seed seed companies where seeing sales that were two or three hundred percent higher than they're usually than there used to and We saw this happening at sea. And we're like. How can we plug into this excitement about gardening and Capture all these new gardeners and help them along the way be successful with growing things for the first time and seed. Collections was born out of that that interest and What the idea is is that we partnered with some really awesome food system change makers and they curated a collection of of varieties together. And so what i did is i carry the three of my favorite lettuce varieties. I love growing in my backyard garden and folks can go on and by that collection but beyond just getting the lettuce seeds they get a really guided. Learning experience on the theory as the curator does a check in three times throughout the growing season with participants Maybe yeah yeah. They get to learn how to maybe like plants. The seeds at the beginning of the season. Check in midseason Maybe look at disease or pest problems. And then at the end of the season Looking at harvest and how to use these delicious vegetables in here in your kitchen which is why we garden in the first place or grow vegetables in the first place is to enjoy the bounty in the kitchen right and then The other other piece to this as well is that Folks are part of a collaborative trial with the collection as well and so they're invited to create an account on seedlings and through our website. And we also have a mobile app. People can rate each variety how it performs In their garden or on their farm so they rate different traits like appearance flavour yield disease resistance and all of those Those ratings they provide are part of our citizen science database and other folks search in the future and the other piece is well is on our site. There's a social feed where people can interact with other people that are participating with the curator's ask questions answer questions and just share their expertise so this reminds me a little bit. Isn't there some kind of weather citizen. Science project that where people participate in. There's also some like facebook group. I i'm i'm trying to remember the name. It's a funny name. It's a i. I might not get the acronym totally correct. Let's coco roha out of fort collins. Colorado right right right right right c. o. c. o. r. a. h. s. Right right. And i don't remember in. Yeah the last part is rain. Hail and snow network. I know that because it's about precipitation right. It's like everyone contributes their precipitation observations..

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:10 min | 3 months ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"I'm in a cold winter long winter area and boy the red and the gold twigs are just such a treat My favorites are probably the corn husks. The dogwoods Sunshine with yellow leaves in the spring and the variegated gold. Twig one called silver and gold. yeah. I can't have lots and lots and lots of twig dogwoods. Twig willows. especially in some of the looser wilder places and the ones that are the best wildlife value. Those are native things. All of those are the ones with the plane. Green leaves not the variegated or the gold. Or the 'cause the the insects can't use them is a host plant as effectively. So you know if you're going to have the show. We won like one of the showy ones near the house the variegated one and so forth in the golden flint but in the outer areas i have multiples of the plane green-leafed when which a lot of insect interactions so and vert interaction white fruits. Those have the tweet dogwoods even we. We've been talking about things that got their names changed and that salix used to be. I think rose marina kolia. It'll be for all margaret knows. You're right because that one. I thought why change that name was perfect name but you know we tried to leave it to three and now you made me. Think of the arctic willow salix preparation names. Oh my gosh. Is that a great. With bluish foliage cut that back every spring and it just makes lovely mound similar in a way to The rosemary willow only leaves much smaller diminutive. Yes and it's so useful shrub and also deciduous. Wow you gotta favorite lilac. I don't know how much time we have a couple more minutes but yeah lilacs. They're not they're one season plants. When you know two week plants right. I mean don't put him by your front walk. i i love and i don't know how to pronounce it. It was named for a battle field. world war battlefield in france. Oxygen court beauty. gamco. Oh you rt beauty. I love that one It's it's it's it is a beauty. Dark purple Is a favorite. What about you. A president lincoln at even though it's it's it's i think it's the bluest of blue a lilacs. Okay and unfortunately it's lanky like its namesake So it's kinda tall. I haven't planted by a second floor. Second storey window because it's very tall and skinny. And if you wanna pick the flowers you have to lean to indoor get a ladder. Because they're at the top but of course they're all great cut and i wish they'd lasted longer. Like twelve months would be nice. The smell is great. it's i think it's a little early and these are ceriga vulgarities right. This is the those two are. Yeah i also have the highest the flora's which are really really nice and more mounted kind of shrubs so yeah some of the white ones and so forth so a so in the.

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Is a Lillo Pathak I. Think I think exudes a chemical in the surrounding soil area that prevents other plants from getting. ACCLIMATED, getting getting started and it's it's it's a tricky one. So really to get it out. As soon as you see, it is important I think before it does. You know not only that, but it's very tolerant of shade and Sun, and so you're going to see it all over the place. You know you think Oh, well shady over there and I. It won't. It won't. Invade. No it does it takes it takes the shade on the thing about it is that, of course, it's. Germinating enjoying foliage at this time of year and then in the spring when there aren't a lot of leaves on the trees above. The they will continue to grow and then quickly go to flower so. So yeah. It's a pretty, pretty, pretty smart weed. It is very, but it's not smart. We'd which is a common name of something else altogether. I. I know. All right yes. SMART. Although many weeks are smart. There is smart. We is that police don't think. Yeah. Many polygamous as well gone. So, let's let's so we've just talked a little bit about you know knowing not only knowing its proper Latin named, iding it using some of the tools will give some links to or having the right book for your region feel guide for region. Getting with by its proper name doing a little homework is it an annual? Is a winter annual? Is it a biennial? Can get you some of the strategy brewing on deal with it. So let's talk about control measures once we know that. So you you were saying, let's by. Margaret should get out there and grab out those chick weed seedlings and she should be pulling carefully pulling. Some of perennials annuals like we've just talked about the Glaucoma and the the garlic mustard. So, what are some of the other tactics Of Weed, removal that you teach. Yeah Well, generally when we talk about we control now keep a center tens knocked rely on a lot of chemical measures, and so in class, we recommend the people really tried to exclude weeds from getting into their yard to begin with, and one of the ways that they can do. That is when they go to the garden centres, nurseries they can they can. Look at the pots and containers that the plants are in and if any of them have weeds and then they shouldn't choose those plants and they should be working with nurseries that are fairly diligent about keeping weeds out of their out of their containers. So we try to exclude we'd but as you know, we'd end are blowing in just coming in general from surrounding properties. Another method that we recommend to keep your tools as clean as possible I know it sounds you know mundane but you know I like you know I'm out there I'm weeding I'm using my gardening tools and then I think, Oh, I just put them down, pick up where I left off tomorrow but the more you keep them clean the better you are going to be able to keep. Weeds from coming into your from from spreading weeds around per se does that make sense? So from seed that's on it or little bits of planter. I can even soil. Digging up some Mug work for example, and get out and collecting Mug Wart. Then you know the shovel us may have little pieces, of Mug, war roots on it, and you're just moving the spe to another part of your garden, and you're going to make a new bed and suddenly you know a year or two later you see Mug work cropping up in your new bed when you think where did that come from?.

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:12 min | 4 months ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Last time to talk about Gr ground covers and he's laughing already I haven't even finished speaking hello there when you telling him I promise. Margaret I can. So we should say before we get started, we're going to have a giveaway of the shade, the new Shade Garden Book which is one of your most popular topics and includes a lot of, of course, ground covers because shade is often made by plants that needs someone at their feet well I. Don't want to well I can plug the book but I it has an entire chapter ground covers and it has a whole page unsaid. What's the name of that said I looked in the book and there is and that's pretty exciting. Yeah. So. So last time we were speaking on the show. I. I guess I. Should Suppose I should ask you have. Did you have any frost in September? Well it's funny because you know it's like shorts one day long pants the next day coach the next day shorts the next day. Yeah other to there were three nights of Light Very Light Frost and the plants looked okay. But the car was covered with what looked like ice so you know continues to be strange doesn't it very strange and so so dry? I. Know You're not as dry as I am a couple of hours apart but you are yeah. But you've technically had more precipitation than I have a couple of hours few hours away but still northeast is dry. So I put all the hoses away I, took all the hoses out. I see the revolving door theory of gardening. uh-huh. Yeah. All right So last time we spoke I confessed to being on a war against ground cover. You know that I used to love for its variegated sort of silvery and green leaves. kind of almost looks like an IV ish Gr-. vining but low prostrate thing lamb the astrum galley. Dolan Yellow Archangel which you know thirty or more years ago when I planted it, it was like a coveted thing. And now it's on the invasive list in the North West and it's invading into woodland's as the climate warms. In..

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Thanks for being back. No. It's great to be here Margaret. Thank you. Yes. Before we start I, have to say we'll have a book giveaway with the transcript of the show on the way to garden dot com and also that I was A. When I saw that, you have another book coming in the New Year on oaks. You never stop. Yeah well. I've actually stopped now it's been a while since I wrote anything. It takes a long time for these books to get out. I gave it to timber Well, Gee I don't know seven eight months ago and it's not gonNA come out until next March so. Well I'm very excited Alvin NATO nature of. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. So to get to this subject of ecological cleanup, just to set the stage for everyone maybe some people haven't seen your book or either of your books you and your wife, Cindy? Have a large home landscape I believe in have been managing it. With a very environmental gentle hand I. Wonder if you could describe it a bit for us I and tell us a little bit about your approach there at home. Where we live on a farm that had been in operation for almost three hundred years and then broken up as they are these days into ten acre parcels. So we have one of those ten acre parcels. But before we moved in the last bit affirming was too low it for hey. which really in those days was was mowing a bunch of route stocks of invasive plants like Multiflora, rose and Autumn Olive. Then, you call that hey..

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:40 min | 7 months ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Don't want to waste any time with an introduction of your faceless facelift? Rejuvenation. And Cool. Cool. So Sorry. Yeah. But I should say before we start I think this is GonNa be one where we're going to give away another copy of you're making more plants book which we did a month or two ago, and it was so super popular. So with the transcript, the show will have all the info on that. But seriously I I called you the other day and I'm like Oh, it's a mess everything. So overgrown and I'm telling you about my call is that's taken the. Anna's hip in the Salvia swamped by the whatever and you're laughing at me and so. What's the time for can? Besides facelifts. But just just because you aren't having guests visit doesn't mean you let the whole thing go to pot. Or you're thoughts go to pot. He's GonNa Discipline Me I publicly out loud on the radio. You said, you're pinching things so they get kind of thicker but. You May. It may be time to cut stuff back I. Guess I'm I'm using a modest sounding verb but yeah, you're right some cutbacks will you I have these big balls you've been here and you know people who visited if seen them through like big low terra cotta bowls on the patio and other places they're kind of you know and I group smaller pots around them but they're they're sort of the big statement centerpiece things for my annuals usually and and you know. Not. Everything grows at the same rate and put it all in when it's small, you know little things from the garden center but then something's grow more lushly than others and so like the Coleus, for instance. 'cause you know. Yeah. When you're cutting those Coleus bag you you mentioned that you could route them in water. You can also in some situations, just stick them back in the same container if you've got space and then that'll get even more lush and full without hanging over and losing its Bottomley's and stuff. Because, when you when you pinch or break off that parent plant branch and you'll get more leaves on that one, and then you have these pieces that you can either sticking or route in water or I like to use per light. Okay. So containers with like a pot of per light. SMALLPO- of per light and. Moist in the per light Tampa down really hard that really seems to help, and then I drill a hole in the per like with a pencil and sticking my cutting and firm the per light back around the cut and again, and you want to remove a couple of bottom leaves of the cutting the cuttings about. Four to six nodes long. So it's depending on the type of plant. Three to five inches long and some some plant. Coleus. Might route and two to four weeks. Then you have a new plant with roots and you carefully pry it out of the per light or in the case of water, you want to move it when the roots are less than an inch and a half long and sometimes roots made him water have a little trouble adjusting to a lower oxygen or higher oxygen medium. But anyway, you can stick them back in the same container that you took them from or just what you need Margaret. Another container of Coleus definitely need that. That's absolutely what I need. 'cause I'm doing such a good job managing the ones that I have this year..

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:05 min | 8 months ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"I'm starting them indoors right now under my grow lights that I can put them in the garden in about four weeks, because if I direct so those in the garden there, it's going to be hard to keep those little seeds and seedlings happy in the intense heat incentive summer class the slugs. Even though it's been dry, they have been. Just brutal. Describe this year I mean it'll be hot and sunny out there. handpicking slugs explain it, but they're multiplying like crazy. I'm picking teeny tiny ones. Giant fat ones about point where all of a handful of slimy slugs. I don't even care anymore I'll just. I'll just keep on picking them. So I do like to start something's indoors undergraduates, because it's a little easier than trying to nurture them along in the garden when the soils hot and dry right, so that's one of your tactical approaches is to start it in a more controlled environment, and have these like homemade plugs to plug in when you see that square foot come available when you pull some of that lettuce right? Yeah, and it's one of the easiest things you can do if you have girl lights. Because even like mentioned lettuce. Let us won't germinate when it's hotter than I don't know the Fahrenheit but twenty seven Celsius so probably eighty Fahrenheit I guess so. If you want the lettuce fall and winter start them in doors and mid to late August. Plug them in your garden when there are a couple of weeks old and you'll just bypassed the frustration of trying to keep the seeds and seedlings happy in again that hot dry soil right now. The list you just gave which I know it wasn't like the comprehensive list at you're reading from a script or something, or from one of your books by the way but it includes almost everything except for like tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and potatoes. Right I mean it's. It's pretty comprehensive that you can push a lot of things. You can do it again with a lot of things and. Although Margaret, you're making me feel a little guilty because I actually have a few tomato suckers I've rooted. And I'm just going to try to put those in and see what happens, and I might have accidentally gone to a garden center today and I might have accidentally bought another pepper plant, so we'll see what happens. Nor I wouldn't plant those and early July, but I'm going to give them a I'm gonNA. Put them in pots I'm GONNA put them in my poly tunnel and maybe I'll still get harvest from this year I. You know I. Don't think it's a bad thing to experiment and try new things. Sometimes it works..

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A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"She creates the award winning radio program the weekend gardener, which is heard throughout Eastern, Canada, and she gardens with a vengeance in Scotia so if Nikki can do it, people so can we welcome back to the program Nikki? Thanks Margaret always great to chat with you. Are you having any rain. Are you having heat? What's going on up there? Just so we have a temperature. It's. It's been weird. We had early early heat, which is kind of unusual for Nova Scotia and then more to cool, but we had about six weeks where I had maybe not even a quarter inch of rain, and I had to deep water a lot, but last night the heavens opened. We got probably an inch of rain massive thunderstorms, so I feel like we're getting back to balanced. It's getting nice and hot again, so it's a perfect time to get out in the garden. Good good, good, good good while I'm waiting for that heavens to open thunder. Thing over here myself so. Fingers crossed. Yeah, so I bet you're madly. Taking advantage of every square inch of your garden that becomes available is things are harvested I? Picture you up there. You know if she sees the square foot or Two Square feet or a linear foot come available. She tucks something in madly, so so are you into multiple successions already up there? Oh yeah I mean some beds I'm probably in our third succession crop and I. think that's a pretty accurate description of me right now. I was I some of the less earlier today going I. Think you're about to about bolt so I'm going to harvest you today or tomorrow, and then in Ghost and carrots, and some beets and of course I'm also thinking ahead for later in the season two, so yeah, there's no empty space in my garden right now it's. Looking very lush, even if everything isn't quite in full production yet, at least it looks very green. When you get your first tomato. You know well I'm a cheater because I have a polyvinyl now it's year to for my tunnel, so I will probably get my first tomato in about two weeks, but usually it's the last week in July first week in August, when the sun gold start to roll in so I'm hoping mid mid to late..

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A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

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A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

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A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

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A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"That's all can it's fall. Just what I was thinking I now. I know we should tell people it was we got. We've seen each other recently. In the sort of September made September period we've gotten to actually see each other in person we even did urgent garden in Questions Acapella out loud a lot alive yeah in front of audience so that was fine at State University of New York at Albany any at the New York State Writers Institute Book Fair and Buck Festival and yeah that was fun. Oh Marvelous. I was malls I. I don't even remember what anyone yeah asked us. You know what I mean. It goes in one ear and out the other. I'm like as nervous so people ask US stuff yeah. After a member yeah they did so bef- speaking of questions before we sort of talk about so what I promise the introduction about putting things and what we're doing our garden and so forth there was a fun question that I didn't know the answer you too but I could visualize what the person Leslie who wrote to me from I believe upstate New York said I tried googling this question Russian but I couldn't find an answer so I thought you were Ken might know what's the purpose of the upside down pots. F- like terra cotta lower pots on tops of stakes in the Garden Leslie wants to know and and in Great Britain I guess Yes. I said I wrote back to show me a picture of what you mean. Do you mean 'cause I could visualize it also and I thought I've seen that no. What was that so? What do you think I think it's so you don't put your yeah yeah so because is it is when you lean over you know you have these damn steaks all over the place in the garden and it is a little precarious you don't you don't look at them. You don't see that I can't believe I've never had that happened up and actually yeah I know I know I know. I think our stakes are too tall. Yeah so people may have seen this and it is also sort of fun almost ornamental looking and it made me when it first. She said I thought of our Europe old friend. Marcia Donahue and her garden in Burr is at Berkeley Berkeley California L. A. -fornia where she has all kinds of like she has a bottle tree or she did many years ago. When you took me there has had a bottle tree I think she has different things like hanging in woody woody plants and you know an artist's garden whimsical things but it's not that I don't think is it no and many many years ago when I had a greenhouse on the roof and Soho in New York City I would put wine quirks on poke him on the top of steak excel or make a little hole in them so if that happened then you only bruise you're right you'd run into a bigger thing and you also might see it a little bit more something. I saw want somebody had ping pong balls that they spray painted with fluorescent paint. Oh that's a good idea wasn't pretty but yes you can. You can get those styrofoam balls at the craft store. There's a whole another a hole in the market right another big business model that we should explore. We can make it rich. Get rich slow another one so leslie. We think it's for safety. The APP is also kind of whimsical and Quirky and fun but we think it's for safety. That's what we think so remember when we used to be able to get them pots. Do you remember little thumb pot they. They were so cute so cute. Yeah remember the last time I saw thump. Aso little miniature terra cotta pots like the size for your doll right right depending on the doll. You know what I mean like. They're a little smaller than shot glasses. I absolutely cute cute so sue back to the main lots of questions coming in about the mad stash as I said in the introduction so both you know the food mad stash. I don't know if you have you been doing any sort of putting up for you. Don't grow a lot of edibles. I don't think but you don't grow a lot of edibles. I do have some herbs and the casually dry summer jobs does that count. Yes absolutely and I was. GonNa say that that's one of the things is yes. You know why spend three dollars a bunch for herbs in the market in the winter when you can have some of your homegrown either as you say dried do this in the winter energised out on the counter or what are you doing. I hang them in where the coats are supposed to be and sometimes I'll take a metal coat hangers and tie them onto onto metal coathangers and then hang those on another hangar or something you know get whatever I can write rosemary things like that right. and I freeze a lot of things so I freeze I take the parsley leaflets. I spin them in the salad dryer. You know the the whole sprig of Parsley the stems stalks with multiple leaflets on spin spin them to wash them in salad dryer dry them off take off the leaflets stuff them into the bottoms of court freezer bags and roll that up real tight when it's about the diameter of a between a quarter and half dollar so like a role a log in the bottom roll it up and put rubber bands you know seal the bag and put runs around it and then anytime. I want some Parsley I cut off like medallion. You know a coin off the end of it so to speak and put it back in the bag. I freeze chopped op chives and little jars little freezer. Little half pint ball jars in the freezer. You know so I'll have chopped chives. Advice wanted for garnish on something. Make a Lotta pesto cubes of virtually any or you can make into that right. Even if you don't have perfect herb you can make it into a Pesto Cube but do label some people because all those green eyes cubes look the same. I can't believe you said that. Do you have a dehydrate her. I do and I've never used it ridable. I know it's like it's like pet rocks. Now I got I got all jazzed up. I want to make dried apple slices in in my older age. I've gotten into dried fruit somewhat in and dried food very expensive. Um You know and I thought oh I'll be you know so smart. I'll start making it because I have apples and and so I got the thing and guess what another get rich slow scheme or save money slow scheme is that if if you buy the dehydrate or and don't use it that's not a money saving device sounds like a garage sills but at any rate so I do a lot of freezing verbs herbs both some some of them with a little water to make a paste and freeze it as cubes and knock him out into bags or with oil or you can make a full on Pesto the traditional Pesto with all the ingredients and freeze resolve to but I do love that I just did trays of roast tomatoes to cut up hunks of tomatoes onion garlic and olive voile and roasts that in his until it's Kinda caramelized a little bit and put those in a freezer bags or containers and you can use that for making super sauce later and then of of course I made my tomato sauce for the freezer got a whole bunch of that put away and I'm whole tomatoes I freeze and tomato soup I made. Have you ever made tomato soup. I'm looking for the perfect recipe. I don't know if I have it yet but I did the one with the bread in it you know you roast the tomatoes again with like garlic onion you know and it's kind of thicken. Yummies you then toward the end as you blended up immersion blender you put in the you know bread and it it. It seems good but there's something missing and what I think is that most Kareem. I think that's one thing and I think the other thing is. I really think a lot of tomato tomato soups that we are used tasting have a lot more salt and also has some sugar in them sugar. Of course you know what I mean and I haven't done that so i. It doesn't take a lot of sugar. It just takes the ethnic Yup. Just changes the acid to brightness yeah. It's interesting so I it was an afterthought. I thought you know what Margaret don't. I don't guess you can do that. You can adjust when you unfreeze it too right. You know what I mean so I just thought Sorta let me think about it and you know drink. I use a little bit and then adjust so well our our dear from Louis Bauer grew all the vegetables I family in Pennsylvania for the family of fourteen and they had a pantry in their basement filled with jars as you can imagine giant Gallon Jar. Ah Yes of everything you can imagine pickles and Tomatoes Lau talk about sugar. His mother had so much sugar the tomato juice ooh do a dad dandelions wine. Wow but corn went in the freezer. Oh yeah yeah yeah that makes sense. It would be better in the freezer then pickled yeah really well pickled. Maybe but you know it just cook car canned. Corn Nasty used to have that yeah so what about putting up the garden so to speak I mean we're in the north both of us in the country. It's still quite hot and no urgency at all all but I looked on the long range forecast and I saw that in the first week of October in my area we're expected to have temperatures in the thirties. He's not necessarily a frost or freeze but temperatures in the thirty so have used or felt the trigger at all and started putting anything away I. I can't believe we're talking about this again. Every year. I know I promised myself September fifteenth everything will be inside yeah. Give or take the timber fifteen km September fifteenth when not everything is in yet. I I brought in the begun we've gone to. I know you've gotten colder but we went down onto forty one and then it was eighty seven. Yes so it's not really here. It is maybe now but it isn't here. He wasn't there yet. Yes yes yes. I yeah and that's what in again looking at like the ten day forecast and so forth for the overnights. I covered them on that night. When it was going into the low forties I I made with Carson crops and stuff I made like tents and and where I have the two groupings of houseplants righted Jason to the house in a very sheltered spot under an overhanging roof and so forth so you know it's kind of a micro-climate anyway anyway so but this coming in a matter of days they're coming in for goods so oh yeah Sunday and there I have a flight of stairs to that yeah hope one bit yeah so we had a question from Mike who read something that I'd written about I guess he'd found it through Google search or whatever on the blog years.

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"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

13:10 min | 1 year ago

"margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Soil, and growing healthy plants highly. Margaret, I knew who to call for this one. This this, this oil, scientists with all the PHD's or whatever. Just one of those but a couple of master's degrees to yet. So we had better come clean first before we get started on the details right off the bat. When's the last time you bought begged fertilizer? Do you think? Geez. It's the toughest question you're gonna ask me. Exactly. Not in memory, exactly. And for me, I have to say, maybe every five or seven years, I look at what is laughingly called the lawn. And I think, oh, maybe I should get some of that process sewage sludge organic fertilizer, whatever stuff. And, you know, I feel sorry for the lawn and literally it's like every five or seven years, and then I don't do it again for at least that long. So you do that, that have to mow the lawn more. I'm so I'm asked as I said in the introduction. I'm asked about this a lot, you know, the what fertilizer do I need on my fill in the blank are US that a lot too by people? Yeah. Yeah. People and marketing goes along to having big thing, though it for leisure. They need right? So what's lease basic fertilizer philosophy. And this is you do cover this in the book, the ever curious Gardner but tell us like what sort of the basic idea. How do you think about fertilization? So my basic philosophy with fertilization is very simple. And first of all these organic, and, and there's a reason it's Ganic 'cause, I think, and I could come up with I can tell you the reasons, but organic, for fertilization is better than non-organic fertilization. Right. And then it becomes a question of what exactly is organic, for those -ation? And you leave us hanging waiting for the prompt. Organic firms -ation means really the organic in organic gardening comes from organic materials, which are, bulky materials like straw, wood chips compost, anything that, that was or is living. Right. So, so, so the whole the whole thing is that this is really the best way to, to nourish fans and there are certain situations where were you might have to non-organically very specific situations, generally organic, for relations best because this is of how plants involve to, to defeat this, and also simpler also like my go-to fertilizer, and it can't really be termed as a fertilizer, because you have to certain level of nutrients, and something were to be called fertilizer, and my go-to fertilizer have to spend a fertilizer is compost. Right. And compost is not technically a for or. Legally fertilizer, because it's not high enough indutries. It's not concentrated enough nutrients. But this is exactly what I'm looking for something that's not concentrate and nutrients something that has all this bulk material associated, but that really benefits the soil in so many other ways, you know, it it's as an alga to people, people used to think, you know, like in the sixties, probably people can up with this idea. You just take a pill. You won't have to just take a pill and provide all you nutrition. And then they began to realize the, the benefits of fiber in their diet. Right. So, so organic materials are to a plant diet, what fiber is to a human diet. It doesn't provide a concentration a high concentration of nutrients, but it provides many other benefits and also at the same time, adequate nutrients, right? And so in a way, when you said a minute ago something about like that. It's your following the way that plants have sort of evolved being. Head I think of the forest right? And, and I think of trees, dropping their leaves beneath them and even herbaceous plants, you know, withering in the at frost, or whatever, and all that Boko organic fibrous material falling and eventually degrading into the soil in a forest, it would be the Duff layer. I think of that is like high fiber, bulky organic fertilization, even though it's not technically fertilization, is that what you're saying is the inspiration. Exactly that there is one different. So in Sigua food San vegetables, especially with vegetables with which really take a lot of nutrients take up a lot of nutrients in the soil. You can't just keep moving vegetables and not add more than just their leads as they fall to the soil, right where you've been digging them back in. So you have to add something extra. So that's why I actually make compost, and I or you know, people could buy compost. Also a lot of good places to bike on nowadays. And, and I just add extra compost soil. Basically, the only thing I've very intensively grown vegetables. And that's Solway that feed them. So when people are worried, you know, again, people say someone the other day Roach, me there magnolia, they wanted to know what to feed their magnolia. And at this time of year, you know spring turns to summer and, you know, everyone wants to know how often to feed their tomatoes and so forth. But, but you and I aren't doing that we're not we're not. We're instead, you know, use that kind of expression, you know, feed the soil. Like we're we've been for a million years doing this protocol, that's about soil fertility until and building up the organic matter in the soil. But do we ever worry do you see things and think, oh, gosh? I better do something because that plants not well, you take a soil test and to mean there ever moments. When you, you wanna do an analysis about every ten years, they could finally word. I think maybe the looting myself, and I'm doing something wrong, then do soil test, and, and always comes up fine. On. One thing. Interesting about the soil up to it turns out, you know, when you fertilize organically, the main nutrient of concern, because when you fertilize you not only you feeding them, and P and K nineteen faster some potassium that, you know, everybody you see, on the fertilizer labels of package for Liser, but you're also feeding them just incidentally, host slew of micronutrients, and other macro. Nutrients, so, but the only a nutrient that really would be of concern with organic further Dacian would be nice nitrogen. So, and there is no good soil tests action. So actually, I look at how the plants growing, and that's how I tell if they have an mention that the interesting thing with nitrogen is, and also any of these you mentioned like, you know, people wondering should I feed my tomatoes now. And you know in for leisure back talk about will feed now. And then feed like in a few weeks again, then feeding piano, again, you know, keeps Idress in it, which, you know, people like to fiddle around, but you know, you could put your time to better use. Have you fertilize organically, basically nutrients re released from the from? Your Ganic matter, slowly and in sync, well, slowly in response to both moisture and warmth, and guess what plants also grow in response to moisture and more. So therefore, the plants the nutrients are being released someone in sync with plant growth. So this is why one reason I think that organic for visitation spare than for lies with chemicals. Right. Because first of all, it's releasing for plant growth, and then all you gotta do for those once a season you don't have to do it on and on once a year I am my vegetable corden, which are which feed as I said, the heaviest feeders once a year I put down compost, and that's it. I don't think about for Liz -ation again and things that don't take as much nutrients, like, for instance, my fruit trees, or, or my own a mentos. I just use any any organic mulch. I can find could be wood chips could be straw. Could be. Hey, any of those things? They, they're not rich in nutrients, and they don't release nitrogen initials s to compost, but they. But you know, they are releasing it over time. And as you build up and soil organic matter over a long period of time. It's, it's not like you know, you have to fertilize this month for next month's growth. Right. You're, you're adding stuff, the soil, now that's for years and years. It's going to be nourishing plants, right? Because soil really serves a lot of different purposes. I mean, it helps plants it will like they, they route into it. You know. So it also stand up. You know, it does a lot of different different things. I mean, the soil has a medium, and even if your soil has all the elements present if you have the full soil analysis and one of things that I've, I've, I've read many times, about, for instance, was it called blossom Android tomatoes. You know when you get. You know, it's not sometimes that elements are missing. So dosing it with a bag of whatever it may not help. It's, it's that even if the elements are there. They can't be taken up because there are some as a non scientist, say mechanical failure, there's some issue, maybe there's been drought, and then ample water or irregular watering or whatever there's been some stressor, maybe that has limited the ability to take up certain elements, isn't there like isn't there like a complex is more complex than who. I don't have enough of this or enough of that. One of the beauties of organic firms -ation is that you, you, you don't have to be as specific with, with a lot of other aspects of this. Well, because because you're Ganic firms ation with an when I again, firms ation. I don't mean putting down a concentrated organic fertilizer right now. The Bank right material used to soybean meal, which is seven percent nitrogen because I thought I needed that extra nitrogen editions compost, and then I years for years, I made a calculation. But I was afraid to, you know really just walk my talk on that one. But then I figured I should do that. It's been fine. But so, so. Bocquet organic matter has a lot of physical, about of a nutritional and a lot of biological benefits in the also. So, for instance you mentioned last amend bride. So, you know, if you to be last men, right comes because he can't take calcium transporter within a fast enough often went dry out. But if you had a lot of organic, mayors soil helps hold moisture, which Lhasa amendment right where another vamp was people in, you know, if you look at charts find someone humorous, and if you look at charts for P H, what the ph of the solar should be six point eight for this plant six point three for this plant haven't point one for another plant, and people, you know, very exacting with this. And, and if you have a lot of organic matter, buffers, PHD, don't really have to be exact getting the vacuum. I just a lot of organic matter. And sort of everything will be okay. So you said you, quote fertilize organically, he cheer and so how much you're using compost, and I think and how much top dressing because you're not on your vegetable areas. I know you don't disturb the sale in some areas, you haven't disturbed thirty years. I mean you even carefully when you're cleaning up in the full, you don't just yank everything out in up up end, the soil, you careful about how you even clean up. So how much compost, you add? How d. Ahead I made. So I made a calculation of how much you, you can sort of estimate how fast say? For more Ganic matter of a stable organic matter, which compost is how fast it would mineralized nights shin..

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