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"taylor lakes" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"taylor lakes" Discussed on KTRH

"Chance. When there's a little bit of green. There's always a little bit of hope. And while we have to do is keep everything is organically driven as possible. I don't want to throw anything else chemical on it. I don't want to over chemical is the soil. I just want to keep the root system there and that Neighborhood as organically enriched as possible. So composed and soul activator may be your only friends at this step going forward. We're about color star for feeding. No, no, no, no, no. See, That's what I'm saying. I don't want to put any chemicals down. Oh, all right. I see. Okay. Nothing but organic. I have rose. So keep anything you use. If you feel a need to do something to it, anything use, please make sure it's organic at this stage of the game. But yeah, that's kind of been one of them. Weird disappointments since February Freeze. We had some plants that showed like they were rock stars. Japanese use. Let's just use those examples. There is in some box woods that looked like they were going to make it through the freeze. But months later, you're starting to see this kind of Damage and it is related to the cotton root rot family We talked about this earlier today did a Facebook post on and about five to FRA Phytophthora If you want to say it a different way and It came out that that damage came roaring through because of the late and freeze damage. And because of the water extremities we've had We had too much, then we had not enough. We're about to have too much again, I think And that leads to problems in the soil When you spike the water that extreme and the latent freeze damage is still there hovering around the plant. Let's go to Gary in Taylor Lake Village Up next, Gary. Good morning, you're on the air. Good morning and thank you for taking my call. Appreciate you listening. What's up? Hello? Okay, so I've got an issue with a new naval orange that are planted back in. I think April, so it's about three ft tolerance so Right now, the some of the leaves are turning yellow and then turning brown and falling off. So I thought I'd give you a little bit better background and what my question is, is maybe what's causing it? That is that during the free planted or not planted since April, it is planted it in April, and I planted it where I removed a Meyer lemon tree that got Frozen back during the freeze. Okay. Um, I thought the sort Okay, go ahead. How did you plan it? Did you follow our tree planting technique or fruit tree planting technique or just dig a hole? I put it where? The where The Meyer lemon was that, uh, figured since it was This oil was supporting yet. That it would support this orange tree. So that's again you would have had to follow. You still need to planet per our technique, Even if you think you're going back in an area because I guarantee you there's still more clay than healthy soil in that area, and your root system probably doesn't Is not enjoying the benefit of the tree planting technique that we talk about, or the fruit tree planting technique probably hit a lot of clay soil down in there eventually, um again not being there. Shut, seeing how you planted the tree. I'm going to guess and not seeing what this damage looks like in picture form. My best guess is it's just a nutrient problem when the yellow leaves at this time, because the stress of the heat and the stress of the root system is not being in the optimum environment it probably needed to be in since April. So the only way we can fix that now, unless we want to replant it completely is to come in there and do a little while I was just talking to her to about Let's poke few holes here and there. Let's cover with by the way, have you fed it? Citrus food at all? Since April. Have are white. Have you fed it? Citrus food at all since April? No, I haven't. But I wanted to give you okay. There's half of the battle right now. Even though you're not producing fruit, you still have to feed a Citrus tree on a consistent basis. So I go back to half of the answer I was given to her to I would go out and get some organic Citrus food like today. Get it down around the base of that plant, And then I'd cover that up with a thin layer of compost and let mother nature go to work for the next week because the rains were going to get I'd still poke a few holes because I want that compost come trickle into those holes. Let's get that root system organically fed. Immediately. Don't use any synthetic fertilizers and next go around. Read anything we've ever written about Citrus trees and any of the books I've ever done and said, You know, they're consistent, feeding absolutely critical. It comes to Citrus fits. So if you plan it and haven't fed it yet, let's go out there. But make sure it's an organic food like micro life. Orange label 6 to 4 Final break I will come back. I got a few things I want to talk about. I want to remind everybody about the really big deal that starts today. Will be Monday through next Saturday as well at the ground up. And anything else that can think of. That's really, really important before we shut down for the day, So I'm not going to get out the phone number because we're Randy's just going to talk. We'll use some lecture points. I mean, you get up on soapbox on a couple of things here before we shut down for the day If you trying to get through right now, then right this phone number down be the first one to call in tomorrow morning, especially at 6 to 7 o'clock. Our talk about quality time on the garden line. I'll give you the number for tomorrow morning 713 to 12 Ktrh. That's 7132125874. I want to introduce you. 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"taylor lakes" Discussed on Now For Tomorrow with Deepak Chopra

Now For Tomorrow with Deepak Chopra

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"taylor lakes" Discussed on Now For Tomorrow with Deepak Chopra

"To watch him train showed him his home germ around in his sports car. He's weaving in and out of traffic in the rain at one hundred and forty miles an hour and he's driving right up behind people and they're getting out of his way you know because he's just crawling right up. There back really was absolutely terrifying and crazy. I mean he was pretty not one afternoon pistorius house he and sokolow had lunch and as it got to talking. The story is told him story. There had been an intruder in his house. Recent night heard a noise and he's got gone. And i wondered downstairs to see who is in my house and turned out. There was no one in the house. That night was some kind of noise you know heating system or is calling and whatever it was you know this was a guy on literally like a hair trigger and a man who did not feel safe in his own house but the other thing i took from it as oscar saw himself as an action figure superhero in every aspect of life. You know he wasn't a guy who's going to call the police be you know i'm gonna take care of this myself then. Sokolow asked a simple follow up question. They said oh. What kind of gun was it. He told me about the gun he asked me. I never fired a gun before i said. No i haven't so we gotta go to the gun range. Let's go to the gun range. You need to learn to shoot a gun. It turned out. Pistorious went to the gun range pretty often. This is another one of his obsessions. He loved fast cars and he loved guns. He told sakharov that he loved his shoot. So much heat sometimes go to the range when he couldn't sleep and when he did sleep. He kept a gun near as bad as they made plans. That day stories decided to bring along his girlfriend samantha. Taylor lake sock love. Smith never fired a gun. Either we walked into the gun. Range was a cd. Darkish lobby one guy at the desk. He assigned us a stall and oscar practice both on hold a gun to fire it and most of all how to be safe within and don't ever pointed at each other they would all take turns. Pistorius sokolow love and samantha of the three stories. Look like an expert marksmen. He was very good. And probably all of oscar shots hit the bull's eye or close to it. But when samantha took her turn samantha. Went up there with a gun. And we were behind her as we should have been and she turned around to ask a question With this loaded gun. I don't think oscar duct but i sort of ducked away and oscar said. Do i tell you. Can't you can't turn around with that thing but it will say you didn't blow up didn't go crazy. But he was very firm and saying you got to turn the other way. The serious didn't blow blah. He didn't go crazy. At least not in this instance. He kept his cool waiting on that late security detail to maybe as sokoll off put it stories is on his best behavior because the reporter from the new york times was around but privately the stories didn't always control his temper around samantha. I heard him one day screaming. On the fed samantha. And i ran into romanov said what the hell is going on. Yeah and oscar didn't realize initials in the room and he carried on screaming and the language that came out of his with vile and they Obviously when he realized was he does quat. And i just sit him. Don't ever ever speech. Found that. Ever that i did off samantha samantha. Happy hasn't spoken to before and she kind of just shouldn't really on us an odyssey. Look this is not feeling good for me. It's it's feeding really really bad luck. We were all feeling at that stage of the relationship that that's abuse even verbal abuse is just not acceptable samantha. Later described the relationship in an affidavit. She said that pistorius had many mood swings that he could turn from friendly too aggressive in an instant. She said he was jealous and possessive. He wanted to have control over her. Here's samantha and tv interview from twenty fourteen. Hey was deafening. Very verbally abusive to me very emotionally abusive. He always wanted to know where. I was who i was worth. If he didn't believe me you would find my family. He word asked me to same foreigners of what i'm wearing and the person i'm sitting next to samantha's to have to scott him with her pajamas ought to prove that she has at home. She wasn't going. Anyway he needed to know that samantha was other with him his at home and the worst thing was he didn't even hardly ever took arts. The stories would often go out on the town attend. Glamorous events and leaves samantha. At home he told trish he wanted to protect samantha from the media tonight didn't want to for her set at that sets that been together for a while. And that just doesn't make sense. Trish told me that samantha had suspicions that destroys was seeing other women especially when he traveled. Then we started thinking. Is the sky. Living a double life stories had a history of fighting with his girlfriend's to even describe some of this behavior in his own autobiography. He writes about one of his first girlfriends whom he as a teenager around two thousand four they dated for a few years and they fought a lot in two thousand nine pistorious. Kind fight with another girlfriend had party. He hosted as one of the guests left the party. Histories reportedly slammed the door so hard. A piece of the door came off an injured. The guest histories was arrested on an assault charge. Though the charge was later dropped. Emba story is denied. The woman's story. I remember reading about all these different incidents and i used to hear from people that were at some of these parties about oscar. Having a very short fuse and feeling like you almost an untouchable that he could get away with pretty much. Everything that's graeme joffe. The sports writer who followed the stories his career joffe remembers the boating accident. The assault charge. They took place just months apart. These stories kept popping up but none of it's stuck. The media never really dug deeper. There's no culture of investigative spoke journalism in south africa and a lot of the sporting journalists became groupies of oscar stories and when they should be reporting on some of the things that were happening behind the scenes there was a lot of stories that hidden and unfortunately that was because a lot of the sports journalists were unable to report. Not everyone got to see this side of historians. But samantha. taylor. Did i asked to interview samantha. But trish thought it would be too painful. She wanted to protect your daughter from reliving. All of this. The relationship had greatly affected samantha. And the whole family. Really at one point tricia wrote a book about her family's time with bestowed areas the title. An accident waiting to happen. He couldn't control his anger. I think if he got angry in a he would scream and perform. I've heard him scream before. And i think tying had gotten netted more scary one night samantha was staying at the stories house when his anger his volatility and his gun obsession all collided samantha. Told her mother this story shortly after it happened. Historian said friends over and he'd been drinking him and his one friend head a lot to drink in any. He poured alcohol on the floor and then soon after that the ended up slipping on that spot when he is dancing and he actually chipped. his tooth. snarky rini fell and obviously hurts himself. Later that night the stories and.

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"taylor lakes" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"taylor lakes" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Hello, sniffing it out. Detective agency. Mystery is solved. My darling Big Brother customer when he was a hang on did he had been going out with this girl called Tracy's, but I don't know her name, and he wrote some beautiful Only for her. Don't miss this beautiful story of love, heartbreak, laughter and tears as we go looking for Tracy The Friday review today from 12 30 on ABC Radio Melbourne. You're listening to Virginia Tree Ali on ABC Radio Melvin. It's on text interesting that you don't read out those texts that are against the vaccination. I reckon this being in media directive to keep it positive, and you wonder why we are skeptical. And this is well. We are in our late seventies and decided to try the Heidelberg repent vaccination hub without appointments last Monday. It was very well organized, and we were both out with appointments for a second shot in less than an hour. That's a fantastic to hear and good to hear that parts of the system are working. Well, John why ma be happy to hear that? His commander of the covered response that the Department of Health John Good Morning I want to give you one party assistants working well. Look, I think I think the number the parts has just been working. Well, my thanks to the everybody used who came in. He's been coming forward to get backstage there the last few days. And obviously, as of Monday, all of us over there. Just 50 conduce just that at any of the six speculation centers we have now set up. Across Melvin and another centers, so anyone over 50 from Monday can go to those centers. That's right. So so wait very clear message out there from Monday. Anybody over 50 regardless off you know what job you do or where you live in the state. You were able to go to any of the six large scale vaccination centers we currently have set up in Ballarat INGE along and four across across Melbourne. We're also opening up a new center at Cramp Honore schools on Tuesday over there getting my vaccination there on Tuesday on we are opening up some other centers over the over the coming weeks, so I'd really encourage now You know anybody who's 50 and over you can now go your vaccine called Monday and I'm clearly if you've got questions, and many of us do, and rightly so. Simply speech your G P two to get advice about what's right for you, but it's really now time for you to start to make those plans and say I'm going to get this done so we can all move on to do to get beyond this pandemic. Not everyone has a Jeep A of course they can sit down and have that check with and it's often hard to get in to see JP these days. Do you really think the information campaign fully informing people about their risks, their responsibilities, their rights and the benefits of vaccination? Do you really think it's being as good as it could be all of the other? There's always room to do to do more to do better. Virginia and we continue to work closely with our colleagues in the Commonwealth to get as much information out there as we can. But I don't know what information actually ease out there with apart from programs like this, that talk about it, and anything else, what information is there? I don't see ads and I get leaflets in my letterbox. What is there? Yeah, Look, I think I think that the study has been some campaign work that again to the federal colleague colleagues put out a few weeks ago. I think there's another another federal campaign starting I believe next week. So I'm expecting to see much more information out there for to give people your good advice but had to get access, whether it be three or g, p or or through the state clinics. But this is why we why we come on the radio and to your earlier text message, I think is that there's a huge amount of information out there through the media. Through the through the Department of Health website for the federal websites around what had in the vaccination. Yeah, You really can't open a newspaper these days or watch the news without backed is being talked about and I think it's really important. I think it's very important that people have as much information as possible and just understand the pros and cons. I could understand that very, very low risk that are there and Absolutely. At the end of the day. We all have to make a personal decision about what we're going to do. But collectively, if as a society and as a community we don't get vaccinated, then we can't ease off restrictions. We can't open borders and we can't move on with our lives. Why are they covered fragment so many friendly so off the disease in our wastewater across Germany suburbs when we don't have actually have community in fiction? Yeah, it's interesting. And this is why we've been doing all this waste water some because we know there are still bitches covert covert circulating around the community. Now we believe that the vast majority this is mobile. The most likely cause of this is going to be people shedding viral fragments. So Former former positive cases who are now shedding on recognizing me. Sorry, jump in there, John. Even from that long ago, the last time we had a positive case was what 60 days is it But we also have to it. You know, we have today 25 people with covert in in the health hotels in the hotel quarantine system and of course, those people. Once they've cleared their infection, they go back into the community, and but they may continue to shed. This final fragment, So we were always going to have some people who have had coded in a contained environment continuing to shed out in the community, and that's why we see this little protections all over the network. But what we've seen in the North and West and why we have been interested in that and you have places like Fidel Heights and Quarter parking and Taylor's Lakes. Is is that we've seen a much stronger response than we typically seen over the last three or four months where we've had such low on the existing committee transmission on that's what we're saying to those areas. Hey, look, really. We really want to see some good testing numbers in those areas over the next few days. We're also following up individually with the more than 240 Old people for Parma, Close contact. From the purse outbreak a week ago. They're still continuing their isolation and those people who are continued her isolation here in the northwest of our city. They'll be getting extra tests organized for today. Today and tomorrow. What have you heard of what you understand about reports today about the apparent waste and loss of some fires of vaccines because of a lack of coordination in the sending and receiving off them, and also because some people are turning up. Telegraphic. Certainly within the within the state clinic system, which is the only one. I've got Good good visibility on Virginia. You know, we've got a very, very low waisted raised less than 0.1% off are about those is going to waste. That's largely because once we've got all six or seven doses out of the vile, there's a little bit left at the end, and we count back because we do not want a drop of this office off this off the fires or AstraZeneca vaccine to go to waste, So we've got very.

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