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"university south florida" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:55 min | 5 months ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Ad Council. All right, the selling is accelerating on Wall Street's as we head into the final stretch here of trading on this Wednesday. NASDAQ is now more than 2%. Your money's just ahead of 3 25 as we check sports at 3 15 Jeff lessons joining us and we're remembering Gale Sayers today, Jason is greater running back is Gale Sayers was very short career. Into the Hall of Fame at age 30 for many people didn't know them until the movie Brian's song came out where he was portrayed by Billy Dee Williams and his friendship portrayed with the late Brian Piccolo. Today, Gale Sayers has passed away at the age of 77, the Bears Hall of Famer again, the youngest ever inducted to the hall. Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor, reportedly injured by his own team doctor who punctured his lung while giving him an injection. Well, that's gotta smart, Oh into line visiting to know Arizona on Sunday. Good news for the lines. Kenny Golladay, perhaps their best player overall back at practice for the first time since September, 9 through a hamstring he could be back in action, see his first action of the season. That would be on Sunday University. South Florida has covert issues. They're putting a hold on football's They wait. Testing results. Mid American conference they could be playing a six game schedule this year. According to reports. Mack president scheduled to meet on Friday for a vote embassies in, according to commissioner Adam Silver, may not be starting until next January as it looks now. Tigers and twins tonight 7 40 with Casey Mai's pitching. Listen to 97 1 the ticket N B A in East Finals Tonight he'd leave the Celtics two games, one Stanley Cup finals, lighting and stars tied at one. Jeff lesson was 4 to 15 and 45 past the hour. W W. J NEWS radio 9 50 It's a new crash downtown traffic and weather in one minute. Tom has been a teacher for over 40.

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"university south florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:56 min | 11 months ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"David Graham for giving us the opportunity to be back on the air here on and newsradio nine th well newsradio WFLA now so pleasure to be here who had a day out to is it warm enough for you out there because it's definitely warm enough for me and yesterday we were at the university of South Florida botanical garden and of course this the summer plant a festival summer plant festival over at the university of South Florida botanic garden and I'm telling you if you have if you didn't get an opportunity to get out there yesterday you really need to get there today now the program doesn't start until ten AM this morning so ten until two PM it's a short four hours the four hour program so if you had a church maybe get church going and the shoot out to unit you know right there Bruce B. downs and Fowler Avenue in Tampa just go north on Bruce B. downs is first rate and you're right I think it's alumni drive there are right across from Panera bread and you're there so get in there and and then have some fun I'm going to be there and as I said directly after the programme there is a B. handling class at noon that I'll be attending there should be a pretty interesting because like I can't wait to get my own beehives over at ABC pest control over there in Largo we've got a nice area set up that we're going to put our bees and it should be out of the way should be a perfect perfect spot except for the longer when they got there as I work that out though but we're gonna have us some some beehives back there yeah we want we want to put more bees out there and bees are good to have but they're gonna have a beginner's bee hive beginner's beekeeping class starts at noon today at the university of South Florida botanical gardens so if you're in the pro if you're in the gardens I just stop by and I'm not doing the program it's another gentleman doing the program but I'll be attending that class I want to learn as much as I can before we get our hives and of course I get started over at our place of but I just can't wait to get some beehives us started on our property and you know start making some do you licious funny as well so again if those of you that have not had an opportunity to get down there to the university of South Florida botanical garden I implore you to go there today probably after church now one of the nice things about university South Florida botanical gardens is the fact that they've got a you know it's a summer festival is a smaller festivals in the normally have this spring festivals always largest but you know they got a lot of nice looking things out there great and you all's great perennials are plants mostly perennials but they do have some manuals they've course about herbs and spices I met Mike is out there with his herbs in us all kinds of different types of herbs as he always has the Datsuns are out there of course Jeff Dodson in fact I'm gonna be interviewing him next week so if you turn turning to you I learn a lot more about different types of citrus and different types of fruit trees as next week's program we're gonna do a we're going to go in depth on different types of fruit bearing trees so I tune in next week for that as well it's gonna be a great show also if you like you kinda you know lot of people put different types and knickknacks out into the garden there's a lot of people they're selling some very interesting things and I think you need to walk around enjoy the day and take a look at some of the items that they have for sale at the university of South Florida botanical garden again I will have my beloved plumeria is out there by canaries that com that's my website for people if if you ever go online I don't know you could be listening to the program out in California you could be out in Wyoming Michigan and I knew we got people from New York we got people all over the country and internationally as well out in Ukraine listening to the program live obviously I heard media's app apps I if you're listening by plumeria is dot com B. Y. P. L. U. M. E. R. I. A. S. dot com is the website for my plan areas that we ship out now we don't ship international I'm sorry but we do ship throughout United States and if you're interested in picking up some put areas for your place they they grow everywhere and I I'm trying to get people that I have sold to throughout the country especially in the northern climates up in New York New England area if you have photographs of your plumeria as on rooftops I want pictures of them growing on your roof tops so I want I don't put them on our website I want to show people yes you can grow these just about anywhere throughout the country yeah you just take a minute first prostate comes by you take command you take leaves off to go to sleep you still have to water maybe once a month but they'll go to sleep in a sunny window inside your apartment or what wherever you are and they'll go to sleep once in the last frost is done you put him back up on your offer poor where wherever you happen to be but in the big cities you know I mean black people departments he's putting up on the roof I don't I were anywhere else you're putting out right where you need to go and they grow just fine absolutely fantastic I've I've seen some absolutely beautiful picture I can't wait to get mine the internet for people to see but if you have photographs of your listening via the I heart media app please or online through our I eat you know nine seventy WFLA listen live link I I want you to send me those photographs to mark MA RK at ABC dash pest control dot com so I can get those I to our internet link and you can.

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"university south florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"So Saturday, ten AM to three and Sunday, ten AM to, to. Absolutely great time out there vendors will be they're selling, lots and lots of butterfly plants herbs a lot of herbs. Probably a Matt. Mike is going to be there. He's got a lot of the herbs. Orchids. Of course, Maria's, that's me, gingers native plants and all types of rare and tropical fruit trees as dots and tropicals, and of course, fun for the whole family, and there's going to be a children's activity area there as well now on Saturday for those of us coming out to do the program. There's going to be a talk Saturday talk at eleven AM or could growing. So if you're an orchid person and you want, maybe want wanna learn how to repot maybe you wanna learn how to, you know take care of your orchid feed it pest control. Orca talks going to be at eleven AM and a butterfly talk and tour butterfly talk, and two or going to be held at noon. Okay, also simultaneously at noon. Oh, no. I'm sorry. That's Saturday on Sunday at Sunday at noon beekeeping, man, I'm going to be there. Beekeeping Sunday at beekeeping one zero one at noon, I can't wait to be there again. The address twelve to ten USF pine drive Fowler avenue, and Bruce Donaldson. Tampa Fowler avenue, Bruce bones in Tampa. Can't miss it out. They're going to have a great time. I'll be out there with the my lovely scenarios, and those great restraint to plants as well. They're going to be out there with the beautiful colors. You know, love the hell Konia love those. All right. Let's go to Robert, rob rob in port Richey. Hey, rob, good morning. Good morning. Hey, I have a question. I have a black our tree. It's maybe maybe a year old and maybe shot up. Maybe about a foot wonderful that maybe Home Depot or. Something like that small tree. Now what my question is, what do I used for fertilizer? What do I use to make that thing, bro it? How long do they pay before they start producing crude? I've heard two three four years. The. Yeah. You, you want to have those and, you know, you wanna have them growing for at least four or five years. But you wanna know something I've got a friend owns the Acropole restaurant over county, the Greek Greek restaurant of dark road. And I went into one day, it's Gary is his name, and he showed me, his, his, he has couple of trees behind his a place there. And they were loaded absolutely loaded with our lives. So. Oh, you know, can you can you grow? Yes. Can they will they will they vary? Yes. Now, his we're only about six foot in height, six foot height, maybe about five foot wide the a couple of back to back, but man, I had hundreds and hundreds and hundreds on, they're like, criminals. You just wanna maintain them. It's all you wanna feed them a good. Eight ten ten fertilizer eight ten. Ten fertilizer. Gotcha. Okay. And you want to feed kinda regularly light applications every couple of months. That's all you gotta do. You know, I don't know of any real pastic in on the plant, you know, right? At least I hope they, you're not gonna get haven't seen anything. So, but yeah, I would I would just keep keep the plant going, and one of these days, they're going to take off for you. Now, rob, where if you really want a lot more good information about the blackouts. You know what you need to do is you need to come down to the USF plant sale, and talk to my, my good friend, Jeff Dodson Dotson trot. He knows all about anything fruiting. Okay. So if you go to the show, just for the information my gosh, right, right? He's the guy to talk to on that. That's interesting. Yeah. When that is next weekend. So next weekend. All you gotta do show up at the US university. South Florida botanical gardens, right there. Bruce b downs and follower avenue right around the corner from you, basically Saturday, ten the three and Sunday tended to. Sounds like something to do. Or you're there you go. Thank you so much. I appreciate all right. You're very welcome. Have a good day. Thank you Bye-bye. Of course, you're listening to Florida gardening. I friends, Marco van here with Florida gardening..

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"university south florida" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"Right. And was this. Traumatic for you. It was it was both the best and the worst day of my life. When that happened. Okay. Because it was like I it was like, suddenly I was live. I've been living in an igloo, my whole life inside of my body, and my mind, and I thought it was a big thinker. But suddenly, it was the Taj Mahal in all the I had so much room and spacious nece inside I didn't know what to do. And yet I still have the same igloo sized habits of communicating and relating to others. So is a kind of awkward. It was awkward, but it was beautiful because the bliss of that of that knowing that feeling the connection to whatever that other side is and having arrived there in such a rigorous scientific way that I that I knew that it wasn't like I had reached certainty after all those years. So you didn't know what to do? But what did you do? I I ended up spending two years trying to turn this map. Which is really? I mean, it's it's it's it's a logical set of symbols. It's non linguistic, right? It's done hamic polarity map conscious. I turn that into actionable tools. See I was like a business guy helping people do solve real problems. And I wasn't just in it for the theoretical stuff. I left the academic world because they were too academic for me and and too conservative in their and their thinking. So I had to turn the tools, but it turned out to be kind of difficult. So. The to the next two years. This discovery was on July twenty fifth two thousand twelve okay? The next two years were spent frustrated Lee trying to do that wrap my head around that until I've been divorced, and I written thousands of pages that were worthless. And I was at my wit's end pulling out my hair, but then I had this breakthrough. And I figured it out about two years into an suddenly had the idea for a course where we could use this cycle that I call the create cycle to help people accelerate the achievement of goals. And was this online course you create. It was a key advanced coaching course in kind of a kind of a pricey. When like I do a lot of leader pricey wasn't well now address about ten thousand ahead, Tom. But it's you know, and where did you find the people to take? The course I A lot lot of. of fans followers 'cause I as successful book out. And so the book that you had out was that the voice coder was that a previous book, it's called igniting inspiration. Okay. That was my first book, and it has the earlier version of what became the voice code. The first version was in nineteen ninety nine and my master's research at the university, south Florida. So it was there all along in different versions. But when when it completed its voice code it had finally been it was clear that it was done for the first time. So what happened is I created? This course, and I knew it was going to. I just had a knowing that it was going to be powerful or couldn't have asked that kind of money for it. Right. You know? And and so I got people signed up, and it's a it's, of course, that builds momentum based on rhythms weekly cycles. Right. So cyclical learning with the coaching component right in a really intense momentum builds so does it start by the people setting their goals? Yes. How? Begins. Yeah. People can pick whatever intention that..

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"university south florida" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"Where all the trays go. We're all the food goes anti. They had hot dogs, and they had MAC and cheese, which was average. And then this to add insult injury as we're leaving after the USF game on Friday the food crew they start setting up for the for the bucks king yesterday. So they're all the placards out with all of the stuff that they're going to serve. Yes. So I mean, the bucks have a bigger budget than universities, south, Florida. Evidently, evidently, yes are as for the eagles giant's game. Giants totally dominated the first-half. I mean, it looked to me like the eagles didn't show up like the eagles wanted. No part of it. I mean, it three hundred forty six yards in the first half three forty six totally dominated saquon. Barkley running the ball with him passing it at will. I mean, he was incredible. And they're even sometimes I was almost wondering about the effort of some of the eagles players. But then the second half they totally stepped up on defense. Michael Bennett had a gigantic game for them when they really need them to. He was excellent and the offensive line and run game actually play. Played pretty darn well for the eagles whence was just kind of salad. The giants just didn't have the ball much in the second half. And they kept having like penalties or sex that we're going to behind the chains. And just really didn't give the ball to saquon Barkley very much at all in the second half. And you would just think what the guys that the eagles had playing in the secondary that Odell Beckham junior would've had a bigger day. That was that was surprising that and the eagles kinda save their season for at least a week. Speaking at a Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They ended their four game losing streak. Jameis Winston threw for three hundred twelve yards in two touchdowns. The final Tampa Bay twenty seven San Francisco nine. So correct. Nick molds has come back to earth a little bit. Now. I mean, Nick Mullins he's getting he's going the wrong way. He was great as first game. Okay. Second game. Now, he was bad. That's the problem on the flipside. Jameis Winston was excellent no turnovers. He knows he's playing for his career. Whether that's in Tampa or not remains to be seen. But he's playing to try to stay starting quarterback in the NFL. And he played like it. Matthew, Brita ran the ball. Well for the Niners. He's been very consistent that that was the probably the lone positive really for you know, for the Niners at this point JP had another sect that's ten never thought. JP would get back to the point where you had ten sacks. Good thing. The giants couldn't use those ten sacks this year from JP and Mike Evans. Had a big day as well for the bucks. He usually does. Philip rivers completed twenty eight twenty nine passes including the first twenty five pass attempts for two hundred fifty.

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"university south florida" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"Where all the trays go. We're all the food goes anti. They had hot dogs, and they had MAC and cheese, which was average. And then this to add insult injury as we're leaving after the USF game on Friday the food crew they start setting up for the for the bucks king yesterday. So they're all the placards out with all of the stuff that they're going to serve. Yes. So I mean, the bucks have a bigger budget than universities, south, Florida. Evidently, evidently, yes are as for the eagles giant's game. Giants totally dominated the first-half. I mean, it looked to me like the eagles didn't show up like the eagles wanted. No part of it. I mean, it three hundred forty six yards in the first half three forty six totally dominated saquon. Barkley running the ball with him passing it at will. I mean, he was incredible. And they're even sometimes I was almost wondering about the effort of some of the eagles players. But then the second half they totally stepped up on defense. Michael Bennett had a gigantic game for them when they really need them to. He was excellent and the offensive line and run game actually play. Played pretty darn well for the eagles whence was just kind of salad. The giants just didn't have the ball much in the second half. And they kept having like penalties or sex that we're going to behind the chains. And just really didn't give the ball to saquon Barkley very much at all in the second half. And you would just think what the guys that the eagles had playing in the secondary that Odell Beckham junior would've had a bigger day. That was that was surprising that and the eagles kinda save their season for at least a week. Speaking at a Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They ended their four game losing streak. Jameis Winston threw for three hundred twelve yards in two touchdowns. The final Tampa Bay twenty seven San Francisco nine. So correct. Nick molds has come back to earth a little bit. Now. I mean, Nick Mullins he's getting he's going the wrong way. He was great as first game. Okay. Second game. Now, he was bad. That's the problem on the flipside. Jameis Winston was excellent no turnovers. He knows he's playing for his career. Whether that's in Tampa or not remains to be seen. But he's playing to try to stay starting quarterback in the NFL. And he played like it. Matthew, Brita ran the ball. Well for the Niners. He's been very consistent that that was the probably the lone positive really for you know, for the Niners at this point JP had another sect that's ten never thought. JP would get back to the point where you had ten sacks. Good thing. The giants couldn't use those ten sacks this year from JP and Mike Evans. Had a big day as well for the bucks. He usually does. Philip rivers completed twenty eight twenty nine passes including the first twenty five pass attempts for two hundred fifty.

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"university south florida" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The sleep picks to know. All right. Tommy where we stand moose your nineteen sixteen in one this year coming off a one and two week last week TASR fifteen twenty one also coming off a one and two week. All right here, we go. We my first pick. We're gonna Saturday high noon, Columbus, Ohio big horseshoe. I'm gonna take the wolverines I'm gonna leave four against Ohio State. I just think they're the better football team. The light. I think is begging you take the buck. Is there a whole dog plus four However, I just don't trust that Buckeye defense. Give me the wolverines me dot bags of that defense. Give me shape. Patterson and Hake didn't run in the football. I'm gonna take the wolverines better team. Finally, wolverines topple Ohio State. Gimme Michigan lay in four. All right task. What's as we have UCF the Golden Knights going to university, south Florida bulls as they call them. Yes. The bulls are a home dog at plus fourteen. Trust me when I tell you it's not enough. I'll take UCF on the road Milton will be playing up a mock. I'll take the Golden Knights. I'm a believer. Now is sitting ten and all that a real deal. I was down a little bit. I'm not doubting him anymore. You could take your plus fourteen. UCF bulls bull dinky? Okay. I like UCF to win by twenty. Okay. There you go ahead, drew. Thanks TASR, moose challenged me. I think is a joke. I took it seriously to pick only teams involving birds as a connection. So we begin with the Boston College eagles who are hosting number twenty Syracuse fresh off that field goal saving shutout or shutout saving field goal that Yankee Stadium. I'm gonna take BC. I think they're their minus seven at home. Actually, I'm going to take Syracuse feel like TASR now seven to happy. See all right. Syracuse plus seven there you go. So you didn't take the eagle? You took the orange games. Involve the eagles. It is rivalry week. I'm going to take eleventh, right, Florida. I'm going to lay the six on the road, Florida state in Tallahassee. Listen several season. It's been a lost year. And I know this is for a bowl game. I get it. You'll get the Florida Gators. I just think for Mullen and Florida this has a big time recruiting impact long term, especially moving forward. Give me the Gators lay. In the six that's picked to for me as we had an eight PM game. We got oh you sitting at number six of the country battling the mountaineers of West Virginia sitting at nine oh, buddy. I'm telling you this right now, it's going to be a beauty West Virginia is a home dog at plus one and a half. Gimme the Sooners column or Jones Kyle Murray is going to run up. A mock it's going to be a close game. Gimme the Sooners. Though, I feel Oklahoma as the visitor wins by three I'll take Oklahoma best regards tests. There you go. All right. Bird related pick number two, the Gamecocks of South Carolina. Double check that is a bird. I'm gonna take Clemson no laying twenty six and a half light the Tigers alarm this one. All right. So there you go pick three for me. We're gonna go to Friday eight thirty kickoff, FOX Pullman, Washington. I'm gonna take the Cougars in Washington state. I'm gonna lay the two and a half to knock off Washington. I mean, a lot of people were expected Arizona to play Washington state tough last week. We saw leeches team run it up there ten and one in state rivalry. I know it's the apple Cup is is unlike me the Cougars lay in the two and a half that's pick number three for me ties. What's his you? We got nighttime. Silly little west coast action. Here we got university of Washington at eighteen the country going against the Cougars. The mighty Cougars Washington state at eight in the country while the Cougars their home, and they are minus two and a half. I gotta tell you mine, minus two and a half my booty. Okay. I like Washington. I like watching a lot beginning of the year. I don't like him enough to deal with the Cougars. The Cougars win the game. I like give me Washington state at home. Okay. I don't are. They gonna cover you're gonna win by seven. I will take Washington state over Washington. Thank you. There you go. All right, Andrew what he says third and final bird related pick moose notch. Do they do lines on FCS playoffs? But here we go the Delaware blue hens gonna win a J M you, and that's for Paul Nanos who loves my Delaware. References some killing two birds with one stone. Yeah. What is that? Why does Nanos taking reference every single day about a lot on Monday? So I took yesterday off and how we're here we are back again over under at four for every show Ella. There's one ding. You mentioned it. It's an all encompassing mentioned it's got to be separate mentoring. You know, I think it doesn't matter. What are your three mix and total like Delaware accused plus seven Clemson, minus twenty six and a half and technically Kentucky, minus seventeen against Louisville last minute change to Delaware over J M U outright. Give me Washington.

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"university south florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Come down to visit. It was like the number two thing they say thought was. Cool about loyalists say was the fact that you can go on your back yard grab yourself. And so sure I really. I did I lose you. Jeff. There. You are. Okay. I'm sorry. Oh, my my car apparently connected default. Oh, that's all right. So so you're you're heading to the plants are now today for those people just tuning in to the program. I gotta let you know that the university south Florida botanical gardens spring. I'm sorry. Fall plant festival is on as of today starting at ten AM this morning. It's a short short day only till two pm this afternoon. Right. So you gotta get in. If you're going to church, you need to hustle out after church to get that tree that you're you're been interested in buying for a while. And that could be you know, I it maybe somebody doesn't want to buy a citrus tree, which is fine because we still have avocados mangoes and Leach. Karen, Bolas and all my gosh. There's so many other choices that you have available to you. But you should always plant a tree in your own yard. So you have something that you enjoy yourself that you can pick right off your own tree. I agree with that Mark. And you know, the Tampa Bay area Pinellas county, you know, the the interbay peninsula in Hillsborough, lots of areas with lakes, they've got little micro-climate. So you can go tropical and the university of Florida has developed some things that don't take as many hours. So you can get into peaches and fares. Nectarines also, see I didn't even mention peaches pears nectarines. I mean, my gosh, as you said university of Florida has quite a few that they've produced now, Jeff I have to ask you, and maybe some of my listeners will concur. Those people. Growing current peaches right now I had a gentleman stopped by yesterday. And this Peachtree was going into bloom. What what's going on? Well, I I think that's a function of the weather that we've had right now. I, and I you know, we had a lot of rain, and we got cut off a few days of rain. So that you know, going from rainy situation to a drought situation. You know, we're going from a hot situation to a cool situation. Those sorts of changes create physiological changes in your your your page, or you know, even in citrus, and you will see offseason blooms now, my guess is that through I mean, there's an off chance that you can set fruit. But my guess it'll get damaged some time during the winter. And you know, you'll probably get another. When the weather turns from cool to warm we start warming up in the spring. You should start seeing more blooms. And then, of course, in Florida, peaches, usually depends on a variety, you're looking at the end of may all the way through June. You know to get your peaches. You know, I had I had some peach trees, I buy property over and watch your, and you know, I always told people to prune your trees and in late late, December early January, and then they usually start flowering in February. But I've been seeing the last several years that we're back to January mid January for flowering that that's that's been terrible for for me because I hadn't even proved my trees back. What are you? Are you still telling people to go ahead and prune your trees at the? Know what I tell people to prune trees, Mark. And it's it's something that I served from you know, these Yupik growers in the state of Florida as soon as they're done with their season. That's when you wanna prune the tree. Oh, really? Yes. And the the true. This is true. Also for things like mangoes, you want as soon as the fruit is off the tree you wanna prune. Then. I mean, I I was I've been watching this. This you pick place over in eastern Hillsborough right off of county county line just south of the interstate there. It's a little bit off Johnny line. And the guy I couldn't believe I mean every year he would have so many peaches he'd literally would break ranches. But when he was done with the season, I just could not believe how much pruning he would do. I mean, it was I mean, it was way incredibly I mean, it was basically the stock and two or three major branches. And then the next year would be the same situation. He got tons of. Peaches. The only thing he didn't do when you get that many features on your trees, you need to kinda, you know, coal a few off break branches and you get bigger sized features. But so you're you're talking. I mean, we're we're talking July August, that's exactly right, July August, that's correct. Wow. And you do the same thing for your mangoes. As soon as the crop is off the tree you wanna prudent at that time. What happens I gives you after you pro that all the branches they come off your off back to the where you prune all the, you know, the budget become new branches. Right. New stems you're gonna get flowers on those. And of course, usually when you pro-, and you get most people branches coming off of you know, below the cut so that all of those like, especially mangoes, but I'm sure the same is true for pages. All those new growth that comes off of right after you produce. Now that gives you time to go all the way through the winter. And then you're going to get flowers, and you're going on those branches and you're gonna get more fruit the next season, and they still should pay attention because I had so many questioned me as far as the recommendations for pruning, getting rid of all those little twigs on the inside of the branches. And I always tell people you want the on bowl-shaped top or or almost like a an upside dot umbrella, basically for peaches, and you wanna make I always tell people if a bird can't fly through it without touching branch, you haven't done enough, pruning that that is exactly correct. Mark in the thing about it is in Florida, especially you want that for beaches, you want that upside down on rela first things like mangoes, you want you want it a bit open in the middle because you want the airflow through that because that will minimize the amount of that keeps the fungus Downer that'll minimize the amount of spraying you have to do to keep the fungus at bay. And if you want to have bigger, peaches, you still have to remove all the every three inches as a minimum standard you have to be at least every three inches. Correct. All right. Well, I'll tell you. I think people should start paying attention. And and they're gonna have to move up that schedule. I don't know if the university of Florida's going to update their their guidelines, but eventually they're going to have to. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, they have a good good brochure about, you know, Hausa pruned them. But yeah, they're guidelines cut in December. I mean, obviously people like doing that because you know, the sap isn't running. So you get less sap leakage. But the problem with that is when you Crone late in the season, but right before spring, basically, you're cutting that would that is gonna flowering reduce your reduce your fruity. I mean, we actually had a guy guy come into my booth one time. So I've got the greatest looking blueberry. I never get fruit on and he's like I go well when he approved and he's like going while always Bruna February, and I'm might going. That's right before your bloom. So you're ruining everything off your tree. So like, I said, I mean, I I on the peaches I've been watching guys were. Oh know commercial guys grow in it appears to me that they're pruning right after they get the fruit off the tree. Okay. So this is four again for people just tuning in for your mangoes. Your peaches are pruned them right after you get done with your with your late summer harvest. That's the time. Go ahead and start pruning, those off your trees and printing your trees back and key and trying to maintain them at a height that you can physically picked the fruit off the trees. Absolutely. You know, you don't want to thirty foot loud. Oh, no, no, no, no not avocados though. Right. Just mangoes impeaches. Well, actually, I've seen I've seen people are reducing the height there. I haven't seen them reduce the highs on the peaches as much as you have a Qatar's but down in south, Florida. I have. Oh, yeah. South Florida is I've I've seen that as well. Avocados are all coming down. Yes, they're all they're all coming down. I mean, again, probably more like as somewhere between fifteen and. Feet the old groves avocados. They'd be fifty and sixty feet. Oh, I know. You wanna do is send send people either have to rent a bucket or send people with a ladder to get them. Right. Right. Of course, I'm talking with Jeff Dodson. He is the owner of the Dodson citrus. And tropical is he's going to be at the university of south Florida botanical garden, a Jeff how do people get a hold of you? If they want to order us some larger trees or if they just wanted to get a hold of you for a nice fruit tree. Yeah. Well,.

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"university south florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You are listening to Florida gardening. Hey, welcome back to Florida. Guardians is our number two. Glad to be with you. Here this morning. I real quick before I go to Jean and then Rick I got to if Karen is still listening thought of a couple more things that she could plant that are drought tolerant out there and Zolfo springs that will do fairly well for her, and, of course, society garlic society. Garlic, I got a bunch of that plant it, and boy, I'll tell you know, care at all I have to that. And it's it's just flourishing like crazy crying Lois. That's right crying and movies do fairly well there they form. Nice. Lots of good caller for you Lynn antenna, a multi grass, Mojo grass does absolutely fantastic. Connect- dry area also named Dina domestic name Dina domestic very very well fade Joola. So she. You can get some fruiting plants out there. And of course, citrus. You know that is citrus country. So I think about some small citrus trees, Karen. And maybe that will help you out as well. All right. Let's go to Jeanne in Sarasota, hey, gene. Good morning. How are you? I'm well. Thank you. Good. I had this very on the back part of my okay that never cease to dry out. It always wet even if I turn. A tree right in at all. And I have. The palm trees on the corners are surrounded by ginger. All righty. I need a plant between. And the palm tree, which is I think one of those. Dot com. Pretty. The. What do you? Call those yellow. Oh, sure. Yeah. It might be. Okay. But if it's always wet that that could be a problem for that. Yeah. So then I tried to. I think that's what they're called. Yeah. The one on the. Disappeared. Right. The other two on other side, they're disappearing too. Sure now now, I is it wet because the the the pool or is it. Why why is it so wet? Because I think. I think I think. That it's just. I see. So so you got you. You've got something that's going to be wet regularly. And you want some recommendations, I some wet soil. Yeah. All right. We'll try Florida Anna's Anna's works really good in wet soil. Okay. NIFC? Yes. Have you ever? Have you ever seen a probably change the name of it? I think it's just teasha analysis. The shrimp plant the shrimp plants, they always did very very well in in wetter soil. So that was another one. Another one that if you can find would be the best one that you're gonna get is t- owl of Auras mantis fragrance is mantis fragrance off. Just go t t an hour of like t- like you drink, tea and olive like you put in the MARTINI. Of. Yes, if you can find that plant, boy, I'll tell you that that's the one that keep that's that's the that's the real good one for you. Okay. Those are those choices will give you something that will do well in that area because they tend to do fairly fairly decently. Even if they have wet soil. Okay. Wonderful. Thank you so much while you're very well. You know, something else would do. Well. But I don't want it to spread too far at night blooming. Jasmine, just different things pop into my mind as I talk they blooming. Jasmine would also work there too. Now, what about what about this gets? Well, the only viscous that. I would recommend would be the what we call the swamp high viscous okay swap high biscuits. Now, there's many callers of high biscuits most viscous way wanna be on the drier side. But the swamp by this absolutely no problem. Okay. All right. All right. You even even another one, here's fire Bush, someone talked about fire Bush told me last week, and that just popped in my mind to fire Bush, I works well on the side of. A little retention area. And it does very well there too. I do have some of those on the back of my house, and they are thriving. Yes. There you go. Okay. Thank you so much. You are. Okay. Thank you. Bye. Bye. They want to know if you have any Goto varieties of mango that you recommend for sure. Well, no, I put it in the ground. Okay. I just don't want it to get real big maybe under twenty feet. Well, you you should can, you know, anybody planting in a new tree at this point. Okay. If you're planting a nutri, I can't do nothing about a forty foot tree at this point. But if you're putting in a new tree you need to start maintaining those trees at twelve feet period. Every year you're going to cut it down after after after harvest fruiting after harvest you cut it down, you cut it back to twelve feet. Okay. Then let it grow then cut it back to twelve feet or eleven and a half feet or something like that. So that you you you get another. That's where you need to maintain them. And that is what they're doing in south Florida now at all the all the different groves that they have avocados and mangos and everything else. That's what they're starting to do. Just like they do citrus trees, I cut it anywhere from ten to twelve feet. Okay. And that's because for for picking and for availability. What good? Is it a mango that is up at the top of a forty five foot tree that falls to the ground. Nothing. Right. Okay. So a twelve footer you get to you can get to a hand held picker. Right. Yeah. So you want to look for a Pickering mangled Pickering? Another good variety is the Chokhin choking on C H A N choking on. And so many Lulu. I like Lulu as well. The chokat. I'm sorry. That's okay. That's that's that's a avocado the but Lulu. And what else there's a oh my gosh. There there there. There's there's dozens of newer varieties now. And there is a show coming up. I know you're you're in Newport Richie. So you're right across from the show coming up in October. I believe it's October next month at the university of south Florida botanical gardens, and you could probably stop by there and pick up some really nice trees. Yeah. There's a there's a. An organization that you mentioned every now and then there's a gentleman who had a tropical plant. Well, there's the fruit counsel. Yeah. I think that's what it is. I think that. Yep. Rare it, and then of course, I always talk about some good friends of mine to Jeff Dodson Dodson tropicals who specializes in allow the mangoes avocado trees as well. Whereas dotcom trophic they're down. They're down in Pinellas park area there by appointment only. But they can get just about anything you want to. Okay. And they're the ones that I usually get from. Okay. Can you get trees from Griff council law? Sure. Yeah. They usually have a booth out there. Right. But I mean other other than at the show are they do they do I think it's at this at the shows at the shows or meetings at me sometimes at the meetings, they have small ones at the shows. They have better ones. But okay, you know, there's are all going to be usually like the three gallon size. I'm going to be honest with the you know, it's all about getting the plans to the show if you want a larger one, and I know this might be a trip to go down to like Dodson nursery. But if you call them up and say, you want them to bring it with them to, you know, buy one time to get your big one and bring it to the show up there at university, south Florida botanical gardens, that's right across from you. You know, and you and they'll bring it and have it right there at the nursery. And and you pick it up or a right there at the show, and you just pick it up at show. When you say, call them, call rare fruit or call dot no I've called Dodson because he I are you looking for a little baby three gallon or are you looking for a tree? Now. I'd like to get something that maybe. You know, maybe four or five feet. Well, that's that's that's like a a three gallon. But you know, I prefer getting a tree for me. It's bigger. I'm looking for a a seven gallantry. Okay. So. If you're a real young guy, you know when I was real young. I say, hey, I can grow that from a seed, no problem. You know, I've got I've got years and years and years to go. Well, I that's not the case anymore for me. So I I would prefer I've been doing this program now for twenty five years. So I would prefer to get a tree that's ready to start producing. And that's what I want to happen. So I will order I will order larger trees and for me, I'm getting fifteen to twenty five gallon trees. That's what I want. So I get even bigger ones. But Dodson tropicals if you go online, just look Dodson, trout, D O D S O N tropicals, and you can talk to Jeff and let and say, hey, you know, I'm interested in picking up, and he is an expert as far as all these trees and varieties. He'll give you some. Variety to choose from. Maybe you want more than one. I don't know. I, but he will tell you what to get. And the next time. He goes to pick up these trees because he goes down to south Florida to handpick all all the trees, and he will buy the tree that you want. I've done that many many many many times with him. Okay. So, and you know, if he can bring it all the way up to you, or maybe you just want to go to his nursery and pick up to that's fine too. He'll he'll he'll get you on that as well. So. You know, the date of the show is at USF. I have to look it up. I think it's going to be. October is going to be mid month usually the second or third week in October. I'll go online look it up. Yes. It'll be online. Okay. All right. Thanks a lot Mark. All right. So try Dodson's. I think though, I think that's where you're going to get your best. Looking tree. I will do that. All right. Good deal. All right. Thanks, very. Yep. Yeah. And as I say, Jeff, he's he's got the best. Now edge. You know, everybody specializes in one thing were another. And you know, mine I I pl- America's back. I'm I'm I'm a specialist and plumas, but other people are specialists in what they do. He's a tropical fruit tree. That's what his specialty is the tropical fruit clubs specialists and tropical fruit, the Bogoni society specialist and begonias, I know a little bit of a lot of things, but I don't know everything call the professor that's why it's always say call call if you want specific knowledge about a specific plant call the people that that's what they deal with every single day, and you're going to be doing so much better..

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"university south florida" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Back To Work

"I'm more than eighty. Percent of people living in urban areas that monitor air pollution are exposed to air quality that fails to meet the World Health Organization recommendations. I heard it another podcast, read the other day the your quality could be worst turns out it's worse incidence outside, right? Is that really true to say that according to the and most of us spend around ninety percent of our time indoors, it can be five times worse indoors than than outside. So this is where the molecule can really help because it destroys indoor pollutants at a molecular level. It completely removes them from the air. It uses something called photo, electrochemical oxidation, which is abbreviated to PICO, and it eliminates allergens it eliminates mold, bacteria viruses and airborne chemical. So when John Syracuse goes and gets his flu shot, he can go home and he won't get a cold. He can sit by the molecule and then he won't get a cold. That's that. I'm, they're not saying that that's me saying that I just wanna be clear, but here's the thing pollutants, the PICO technology destroys pollutants a thousand times smaller than what happened filter can capture. So if it's not being captured, it's not. It's going right back up in the air. You're still. So this is this is the way they work. They're replacing seventy year old, antiquated technology, and this is this is amazing breakthrough science that they have. This is very, very important if you suffer from asthma, or if you suffer from allergies, they've done studies on this. People are able to like breathe. One customer says, choose able to breathe through a nose for the first time in fifteen years because she's like chronically had like allergies and stuff. I can tell you anecdotally, I feel like as a family since we put this thing in overall, we've been getting less sick and when one person comes home from school with a cold or something. Fewer people are getting it in our household. Now that's only doesn't this child the child at all. I've forced my children to stand over and breathe over. It was like an airlock procedure airplay. Exactly. Okay. But the research has been backed by the EPA. Okay, extensively tested by third parties and verified. They did this with a university of Minnesota particle calibration laboratory in university south Florida center for biological defense is legit and and I love ours. It has his cool blue light. And I think apparently maybe the blue light is involved in the purification, but so you know, it's like at night in the first night, I got it. I was sitting looking, I'm like, well, Cowan. If I want this blue light on all night, of course they have a feature for that because there's an app and the app lets you control in in detail exactly what's going on with the molecule, how it's working. It tells you when there's a some part that like the filter needs to be cleaned to replace or whatever, like it's all there and. Here's a special deal. These things are awesome. They're built amazingly, they're beautiful. They look cool. They're very modern looking. I love this thing. So many of the filters that I've dealt with in the past like the crap when I have here at the office. It's like this giant white thing. This hulking thing, the molecule is the smooth cylinder..

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"university south florida" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"You if you are concerned about the reaction from the Ohio State fan base to use specifically to your social media accounts, etc. I'm not worried at all. I don't. I mean, Richard anytime. You know, I can. I can tweet a bowl matchup and somebody's gonna fire back at me about something. So I. I don't read comments that much anymore. You know, I when I worked at the Tampa Tribune it, I would anytime somebody would Email me, I would always make a point that Email them back. I try to. I try to continue doing that. You know, people take the time to send you an Email on you an idiot, and that's when you, whatever. If they take the time to send an Email, I'll send him off, sent him a response. Obviously, on Twitter on Facebook, it just it. It flashed flows through so fast, especially on a story like this. I, I can't remember who mentioned it, but they said, do your your Twitter mentions? It looks like it's looks like coins falling out of a slot machine right now. So I can't really. I can't really look at them all if there's a lot of negative out there. Positive. I can't see it. All I know is the people that I respect the most and his opinions. I you the most of or or other people. In the media that I've known for twenty or thirty years, and then friends and family. And all I know is is the response that I've, I've heard from them and it's all been very positive. And basically I've been overwhelmed. I can't say that enough overwhelmed by other journalists reaching out and saying what a great job. This is, you know, journalism is still alive, tremendous reporting, and I think of all the all the different things that have been from other reporters media. I literally have only seen one negative reaction to me and I don't want to give the person. I don't wanna mention his name 'cause I don't wanna draw attention to him quite frankly, but he questioned on basically, he insinuated I wrote this article because I had been dead against Meyer. 'cause well, I never covered urban Meyer at Florida cover the university, south Florida. So other than that, it's been, you know, ninety nine percent positive from the people that I've are you there. Opinions are. I want to end with this. And had you been on the podcast, just sort of the story has come out? I would have probably done forty minutes with you on this. In April of twenty seventeen..

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"university south florida" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Good to hear from you try got brooke i'm payton back here again in california brooke what's going on we'll ball paid more day doing brooks actually had a job interview right now sure about that because she liver she's at arkansas fan and that is correct all also world sues so she's still down down her traps and i get out anyway while do a map ahead you on hold that mic bokke dude or whatever his name is talking about the ucf program i have to like i told you i went back home for christmas break to go to the to play game i mean it's play bowl auburn ucf obviously didn't turn out how liked it but the worse i mean we can we can look back at that game compare that to how you know alabama played ohio state will they didn't they didn't want to be there just like auburn it want to be in that full game so we didn't show up we had a banged up carry on johnson and and like i understand kids builds a great quarterback but let me read off their their their current members their conference until me hell over alabama would finish every year with this giul university of tosa to lane temple so the mess this university south florida east carolina university this an atty and even the mighty wichita state listen i could probably give you thirty schools that could win that conference schedule so so why is it that they claim an ass faith ship just because they went on to see i mean all went undefeated and in two thousand four you listen listen paid they came up with an idea and the more people like me and kirk herbstreit and others this them the more fuel they got in the end i'll blame myself as much as anyone because i took i took her crack at them on a on a birmingham radio show and that they use that line i don't mind them having fun with a my objection with their fans where they took it beyond beyond common sense and i'm not going to get into it because we've already discussed it but carry their heads like they they lost their minds but that's okay i don't care anymore they're not really in my in my in my precinct so to speak so might bianchi can have fun with them in orlando and i'll talk about alabama and auburn and texas saying in florida schools matter i do have worked questions i just saw the video of obviously athletic director green up off to me rock have you had the chance to talk to him or do you know anything i mean i only know that yeah around allen a couple of times and i think he's an outstanding leader and and i think he'll do a really good job met him i've met his whole family probably i we interview him today was hired i've probably been around him two or three maybe three or four other times and i think auburn is in really good shape with him would you would you would you agree or disagree that like it could be it could be stated i mean you think about in this day and age of you know everybody gets butler over social media and words in this politically it will live livid do you think that we hired ellen greene directly based on the skin colour and if so how great of decision is that to have the first african american athlete from this see would you see that as a recruiting advantage you know maybe the board trustees room they were thinking hey maybe recruit to see this and that would would attract more you know minority i'm pretty sure damon evans georgia was ahead of him in that but but i am i may have forgotten someone but well let me say this i don't think people look at him in that regard although i do think it's significant that he addressed that in his opening statement and i think he was incredibly eloquent about that but but i think the president leash hired him because he he felt he had the credentials in the leadership capabilities that were that were necessary but but i but i'm a believer though you can't yeah you can't you can't run away from that though i mean this is it's a reality of our times i remember when when sly croom was selected fourteen years ago at mississippi state i think you have to.

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"university south florida" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"Didn't look like he did much arizona state but it looks like that obviously the has interesting to play the backup role last year too many wilkins and just attempted a handful of passes so he looks like he he looked to get another option nor shots get actually get get going on in the wiz at south florida yes universe for the bowls university south florida down there in miami in a live there is out of miami so or in tampa so yeah well they'll go and figure that out as they go on as well as i mean just looking around here obviously there's some more transfers we had quarterback former nick nick harvey quarterback from texas and transferred over to south carolina now that he's a again graduated from 'em will be eligible to play as graduate transfer over at over at the university of south carolina so we plan for the gamecocks cooled just interesting transferring letting transfer within the within the conference to kind of not very not very a common be able to do that all right looking at some other stuff as we have guys that are always i mean there's always new new crop of guys and we like to compare them to their to the to the previous people that went ahead of them so here's a minimalist espn key likes come out with list and everything all these big call mike copycats clones or twins or whatever we talked about the baker mayfield cloned in the fact that he there's a couple of trace mcsorley is one of them for sure at penn state obviously one of the guys clean back this season to play and maybe a fight for that prize and trophy.

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"university south florida" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Uh you know from a nudges from kato was but nutrition modest smartest so when down he explained this saying about this technology ad um very intriguing against won't win against everything i knew as an athlete buds was interesting so garin i came back from florida and i said gary what do you think i said it's way above my head the gary said you know there's something here and i truly believe this is where you know eventually someday this is where it's going to go so we did license at the worldwide rights from that are for the technology from university south florida and then that's word the work began because at that point it was just an idea was howdy turn this incredible i did one into a product in than how decommoditizing gary what jeff is you guys license from from university of south florida it it was really the technology that said dominic had come up with uh in the uh combined reigning uh beta hydroxybutyrate and the chain triglycerides mcg and what while we kind of looked at in terms of that researches is what's the what's the actual benefit of of doing that and so be enabled to uh connect the two loss so amid chain triglycerides it responds differently in the body then does and exhaustion as key kijong spill when you combine the two of those in canada a tightening blend in the right ratio new you tend to get a much better and sustained level of key johns the you do was simply on the chain triglycerides long or persons will be beta hydroxybutyrate alone and so when you start looking at what his research was in being able.

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"university south florida" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Is the case were izzo be there was forced to lever for whatever for whatever reason he was gone do you think there is anybody who could fill that fill that spot i mean from is those tree are from algiers ideas they are coaching out ear their a coach out there that could keep them at that level without having to suffer some bumps and bruises because what are you going to suffer bumps and bruises anyway you're not going to you're not going to be able to do the things that tom izzo did because like we said it took him a long time the build it but he he built it minutes there and it's it's a machine now you see kids coming there to be there that being said you need to bring in a name thom cream is the name that's a household name a steve alford out if you can get him the come back to the midwest is a guy that you can bring back here he's a midwest guy after he's been laying on those la beaches hubchev's arab just saying i'm giving you you asked me eight is there a coach out there worthy there's the coach at arizona miller he would be good guy after michigan stay beats arizona and like the elite eight every year sweet sixteen whatever was i don't know if they want miller but see here's the thing you i'm trying to give you coaches that idea that would be able to come here at me come to ease lansing and perform in that's the more the argument that i was bring up that i i don't know if there is any if if that is the case were michigan state in in his had to split split ways i don't know if there is anyone who could come in and kind of fill those shoes there's guys who could try and you knew named a lot of really good ones in slow golfer and i've always really liked him ever since his days at iowa honestly don't think there's anybody there to fill the shoes they they're really stephane no longer dangerous waste evans is not you don't think he's the guy to step in if or do you want to get rid of all of it well alex yet cream gregory stan heath he's at university south florida department gumri nor northern illinois i'm than yasser some guys boy bowl in chaplain were also says it's.

"university south florida" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"They're rare ref ilter plus a catholic membrane in there that the tiny molecules it here too and then they have a light in it which is really cool because you can see us a blue light coming of it that oxidized as them and make them disappear if you've got asthma allergies symptoms of any kind you're going to be able to breathe through your nose for the first time in years i'm telling you funded by the epa initially uh thirdparty tested university south florida's center for biological defense university minnesota's particle calibration laboratory the guys who invented this are geniuses and i love it because it ties to your phone is completely controlled by your smartphone m o l e e k u l e e it's also beautiful really gorgeous designs as have a handle on so it's easy to move around and one of the cool things about the molecule app it's monitoring your molecule it knows when you need new filters and will automatically and you filters when you need them here what look this is my molecule i'm connecting the my device you can connect over the internet so even than the molecules at home you can turn it off you could silence that you can boosted you could see here that my pre filter as seventy eight percent depleted my nanno filter that's the one that gets the tiny bought molecules ninetythree percent they will automatically send me a new filter when it's done now there's a little problem with the phone and the ad astra should tell you ahead of time that the app we'll see five gigahertz wi fi but it but the molecule can't use it so it will pair to the fi and then it won't you we grapple talk you could still control the molecule from the top of it it everything can do so might my suggestion is parrot to eur two point four gigahertz network not your five gigahertz network once i figured that out and i did it worked fine you'll see a lot of reviews of the app in the app store saying that so don't that people were having problems that's what that was you got a pair to two point four.

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"university south florida" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"university south florida" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Running back from the university of florida back brown and they released a rodney adams from universe every we were from universities south florida are six round pick i believe and they also released a senator the sign from houston last week so a couple of lost moves are going to have to make a decision on bridgewater in the next two weeks or yummy well casey a big past his kelsea within a falsestart they're in denver territory at the denver thirty of first in fifteen fourteen o3 to go go fourthquarter keep you updated monday night football chiefly to twenty two thirteen bangs 24 23 in the colts add this one again a meltdown by uh uh bruce set and you know the interception return for a touchdown the different to the game but i can't even watch andy dawn anymore i just cannot watch this guy aid to sleep it it's upsetting to me and between him and and and the detroit lions a cleveland brown i mean the names change but the uniforms the same results over and over whether it's cleveland detroit cincinnati for the most part i mean is absolutely incredible than that deep traitors bringing we'll get into their real quick but that that the dangle c five found a way to get it done so three and four colds two in six don't have to worry about luck coming back to shearer the rest in the shoulder still sore needs a second opinion would ever forget it andrew just take the year off and obviously that pick six affected a lotta totals better said we're thankful that the over with cash including yours truly a couple pick six as one against me on saturday i got a nice one on sunday there you go good stuff there chargers and patriots another fluky game and only twelve points in the fourth quarter are in the second half i should say uh six six the final in in the second half but 21 thirteen pats win it and cover by a point.

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