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"von farms" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"von farms" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"10 03 83 degrees of K R. L Day. I'm Mitch Carr. Thank you very much for joining US, Texas reporting its highest daily increase on Saturday and the number of confirmed Corona virus cases. 8258 hospitalizations continuing to increase as well. Texas began mandating face coverings Friday at noon on the orders of governor Greg Abbott. And Texas health officials say the total number of reported cases now close to 192,000. Health officials reported 33 additional deaths and the Saturday numbers. Total now during the pandemic in Texas of 2608 Texas restaurants Khun B. Open 50% capacity with social distancing also factored in. But many restaurants having trouble because of the pandemic, Harris poll nationally found that 40% of Americans are still not comfortable going out to eat and sitting in a restaurant. And many say they won't feel any better about it until the virus curve has been flattened across the country Survey found that people say it would take at least a month after that happened before they would even think about going out to eat in a restaurant. 20% said it could take up to three months before they'd be willing to return. Now masks have been a controversial and emotional topic. Cull through this governor Abbott with the mandate on Friday. We haven't any K R l the in depth look at the debate. It's on our podcast page at k r od dot com. Or wherever you got your podcasts. Plano, responding to two separate grass fires, both believed we started by fireworks last night plan. Oh fire and rescue. I dealt with a couple of fires one of Jupiter and Spring Creek and the point nature preserve the other Attila von Farms, which is Parker Road at Jupiter. Well, the traffic.

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"von farms" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:18 min | 8 months ago

"von farms" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The Koven Numbers continue to lead the local news Dallas County's reporting a record high of 1103 new cases of covert 19 Saturday along with two new deaths. The number of the new number surpasses the prior day's record high of 1085. It brings the total number of cases recorded since March 2. 24,778 cases in 395 deaths. The two deaths reported Saturday, including man in his seventies who was a resident in bulk springs. He had underlying health conditions, but a woman in her eighties who was a resident of a long term care facility in the city of Dallas. Had no known underlying health conditions. Texas has reported its biggest daily increase the number of confirmed Corona virus cases at 8258. Hospitalizations also continue to climb. Now, Carol, these Jim Barto has the rest of the story. Much of Texas began mandating face coverings Friday on the orders of governor Greg Abbott. The mass quarter carries say, $250 fine. The order is the most dramatic about face that Abbott has made as he retreats from what stood out as one of America's swiftest re openings. Texas health officials say the state's total number of confirmed Corona virus cases Is now at 191,790. State health officials also report 33 additional deaths linked to covert 19 that brings Texas is total to 2608 deaths. Hospitalisation stood at 7890 on Saturday, an increase of 238 from Friday. Jim Barto News Radio, 10 80 King Rld Planet Fire and Rescue had a busy evening responded to two separate grassfire Saturday, both believed to be started by fireworks. Both fires were located near the area of Jupiter and Spring Creek, one of the old point nature preserve, which was extinguished 30 minutes after being reported the other fire. Was on the Von Farms near Parker in Jupiter. There were no injuries reported the Koven 19 pandemic gobbles up yet another event for the first time since World War two The MLB All Star game is officially canceled. The Midsummer Classic was scheduled to be played at Dodger Stadium instead. They'll get a game in 2022. Next year's game is still in Atlanta. Caroli traffic and weather together and Dallas. He's found 30 Ferguson looks like this accident almost out of your way. But still, we got a little block there looks like that's why it's a little slow in the area. And then now on North found Dallas nor tollway at Beltline Road, you get an accident there. That's definitely causing a little bit of a delay on the call from the Carroll The Weather Center will tonight partly cloudy through the overnight low round 78. Good news is is we might get some rain tomorrow. About 20% chance of showers, mainly in late afternoon. Otherwise partly sunny you're high near 96. Heat indexes of 101 Sunday night. Keep that 20% chance of showers in the forecast for the overnight when the little round 76 right now 89 degrees here. The following program has been pre recorded..

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"von farms" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"von farms" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"It needs fun though. In makes it makes it gross. Well, we had that little freaky snowstorm on April. The second course we're always concerned about freezing that time of year. What's word on the peach crop Trump? So far is looking good. We're we're excited hoping and praying that it continues that way we've got probably another sipping twenty one days before we're out of the wood as far as frost. We had last April eight hundred seventeen though we're hoping and praying we don't have one of those in this year. But they chopped looking great looking great. So I've got a few peach trees myself, and I've been wiped out the last couple of years by frost, but the real enemy of a peach crop seems to be those Beatles. Any suggestions on those critters? Peaches because. The insects almost love the fruit more than we do. So. Your local forms, blah or follows like that. And and they can probably help you with Bannon that that writes spray to put on on tree. But they are certainly a problem. Japanese beetles love and spray early and spray often. That's great. Yeah. Sam just gave you one more chore today. Mary go away. Saying we don't want to harp on this. But is always intriguing for those of us who love to eat peaches, and peach cobbler and peach pie and peach with ice cream and peaches would little sugar sprinkled on. And just pray raw it is a topic that we want to make sure that we cover and Don, and I in the initial segment this week on the Carolina outdoors talked about being out of the woods via a any upcoming frost and damage to the peach crop. But it sounds like we still have a couple of weeks that we need to maneuver through talk to us about the preventative measures that that are taking taken win. There is an upcoming frost that may be predicted or forecast. What do you do to help guard and save those peaches against frost damage? Will be honest with you tried several different approach is here on our arm in. And on this thing to have been one hundred percent. So. We we we can't find much to help help protect them because they're so tall and having air. You can't cover them like you can cover strawberries, oh, and we tried a burning hay bale to kind of create a smoke over the orchard. And that wasn't as successful as we wanted. It to be the that all you can do is hope and pray that we don't have a heart brawl bet. The cows were asking what you're doing with their food over there. Burn burn that good food. Well, listen enough about talking about the bad news. Let's talk about the good news because April brings may brings June. And that is when the flourish of good produce the best produce in my humble opinion occurs. Talk to us about the Bush in van farms, and all of the things that are upcoming produce wise, and I'm hinting at strawberries and peaches and fresh corn up coming. All those sorts of things that we have to look forward to. Yeah. We we're already picking spare all. And we're just beginning to pick strawberries, so we're excited about those those to call the got lots of spring greens or spring vegetables about about to be ready to be harvested such as lettuce. Spinach broccoli cabbage cauliflower that sort of thing crops looking good. They are blaming right now. Of course, we talked about peaches peaches or pass bloom, but that doesn't mean they're not susceptible to false. But they're beginning to put little about peace is peaches on the trees their their past bloom. And then the blackberries have not blamed yet their native to North America. And so they are one of the last crops on the last fruits to blame on the form. So we're just a couple of weeks week or two away from the bite Bury's. Got lots of lot Watson still were hopefully, we know that we can come right there to the farm there. Bush von farms their in in in York, South Carolina, Filbert if you will and we can buy right there at the cashier desk, but tell us about pick your own because that's been a big celebration down at Bush van farm for people who really want to get out there and see where their food comes from. They pick it themselves. What can we come out there and pick? So we have pick your own strawberries and start to save. No, we're probably about two weeks away. They're about from pick your own strawberries, and then we have bigger and believe very usually around early June. As well as picture in blackberries, those two seasons overlap, and as long as we have good peach crop, we will offer pick your own peaches. And then we finish up the year with picture and pumpkins in the fall. So now the insider tip on that is you don't charge for what gets eaten right? There you go. That's quite wise of you're not telling us about another opportunity called community supported agriculture. Community sport culture program is just a great way to eat fresh, fruits and vegetables and get them delivered to location nearest you. Basically. We have eighteen different drop off locations north and South Carolina. We've added several over the past. Website locations. The deadline is coming really is April fifteenth so just about a little over a week away from that. So. Encourage you to sign up for that someone in summer two or both really popular CSI the robot the fresh fruits and vegetables in those boxes. Well, we've all been pounded with the fact that all this stuff is good for us, especially green leafy vegetables, which brings me to kale. What am I supposed to do to eat kale? Oh. I school. It will make kale salad with it. They make cable chips with it. You can you can cook it you can eat it. Roll just lots of lots of ways, you can you can eat kale in so healthy for you got so many natural vitamins in it won't put on noth- bacon in it. It's pretty good, right? Not one way to eight it. Sam hauls, our guests under an head farmer in charge of the Bush van farms down in York, South Carolina, and Sam I thought you were about to go a little bit of Bubba from Forrest Gump right there with the kale you got kale salad. Kale, kale this detail that kale? They're plenty of things to do with kale. I guess, but I think you you'll help us out to Don can go to the website Bush van farms to check out some recipes. I am sure we've got Sam on to talk about this. And I'm going to get you to expand a little bit on the S A because that deadline is coming up April fifteenth in what it really does is brings the farm to town so to speak. So you have plenty of drop-off opportunity said if somebody lives in well, let's say the south park area of Charlotte Jesse Brown's acts as a drop off point..

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"von farms" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"von farms" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"To the Carolina outdoors Bill bar T. How about that one day lay fools joke that we had for weather? Yeah. No inappro- in the Carolinas. You have to remind everybody who's listening to the Carolina outdoors about what you're talking about. Because after some seventy degree days. We completely forget about what you're speaking of. Well, it's a twenty four hour news cycle and news only last twenty four hours. Right it pretty much snowed on April. Second much everyone surprise. Yes. It did. Figure big fluffy flakes pretty pretty didn't stick even better. Seventy degrees. Even better bring her Bill is it. He heard it here on the Carolina outdoors because Dan Yeager. This is one of the things I have to talk about on this week one of this week segments of the Carolina outdoors is we're going to have Sam haul produce farmer from Bush van farms down in Filbert, South Carolina. And I wanna ask him about not just the produce. But you, and I both know every year, you always see the peach farmers of the Carolinas, especially who fight this late frost that comes about whether it be in March or whenever it is. It's im- sandwiched between some seventy degree days. And here comes this frost that may destroy the peach crop. So I'm gonna find out from him. And maybe from you what your thoughts. Are. It sounds like you're saying we're out of the woods wonder what he was too late because the peach trees already bloomed up said, we're a okay. No too late to be out of the woods. I don't know. What that thirty one degree day did the other day on them. But we'll find out from Sam. Yes, right. He'll have he'll have the full report. Course, they have so many defense mechanisms that they throw out there when it happens. But I I don't think I don't think they've had any problems thus far throughout twenty nineteen. So global warming would straighten that problem out it said, we could have peaches year round, exactly. Well, that's one of the topics that we're going to have here on the Carolina doors. I try we're going to have the Bush von farms people come on to talk about what the produce season may look like not only in spring but heading into summer because they plant those seeds way in advance, and we had a whole lot of water out there. So we'll find out if that means delays to some of our fresh produce that we like to like to get we'll find out what a CSI is as well. Jesse Brown's is continuing as a drop off with something called a C S A. So we'll talk to Sam hall about all of those things. Not only that we're going to find out what the heck kale's. Good for. Hey, we'll do that as well. Also, we're going to have the owner of the frying pan tower. Is that another cooking segment is that where you cook? Your kale the frying pan tower well guard station, it is a coastguard station owned by a man from men hill who lives in men hill software salesman. Richard Neal is gonna join us, and we're going to talk a little bit about the history and transition. Of this old coastguard tower in and out there on the shows, which is a protected area off of our North Carolina coast. Just I guess the southern part of the graveyard of the Atlantic is what it is. So we're going to go into some awesome detail about this wonderful place. It was a coastguard tower transitioned into a bed and breakfast. And then lastly in now is a place of research, but they have some exciting events coming up this summer too. So great place to to stay cool when it's really hot and the Carolinas and a great place to to stay comfortable when it's really cold in the Carolina, a frying pan is a place to stay it is when it's the frying pan tower anyway off thirty five miles off the coast of North Carolina. Lastly, we're going to talk a little bit of art. We're going to get some culture here on the Carolina doors and bring on. I don't know if wildlife artist is what we should call him and sculptor, but we have Mr Brian Hester. Who's got a he's a. Painter and sculptor of everything fly fishing. We're going to have him. Join us from Boone North Carolina. But he's going to come on and talk about a gallery show at the mountain blue gallery. April thirteenth in banner, elk North Carolina. So we're going to have a little bit of culture on this edition of the Carolina outdoors with Don Yeager, Bill Bharti also available via podcasts wherever podcast or heard. Listen subscribe. And if you'd like what you hear reviews rate us, and it'll help other people find the Carolina outdoors in the outdoor gas from Jesse Brown's so Don with no further ado, we've kind of skipped over this. But we have a bunch of Carolina Turkey hunters who are listening to the Carolina outdoors. The early morning radio program on WBZ t- any reports or regards from you and one of our Carolina the turkeys I've been getting good reviews in good reports from the guys down in South Carolina. So for the turkeys got a new tenancy down there. The goblin good on the and they hit the ground. They clamming up and everybody's gonna blind blaming Mr. Coyote and not may be true. But you know, don't give up when they stop talking to you. Because sometimes they're just on the way. But a lot of guys have done pretty well. Some of these rainy days have been productive people with open fields to hunting all those turkeys and verbally. We'll head out to those open fields where they can see and hear a lot better than they can if it's raining in the woods. So, you know, stay in there. Then things are getting good and going to better. So they're goblin up a storm. The hands are starting to make nest and when those hands nest and those gablers get pretty lonesome in the middle of more than there. Great opportunities. Ten eleven o'clock timeframe once those hands go to those Nesta lay their eggs and start those families. So don't necessarily have to get up at six AM to go Turkey hunting in its answered. Great tradition. Get up and coffee go out during the dark watch the world come to life. But no, you don't have to be out there. You can hit that mid morning hunt. And sometimes find a lonely gablers looking for love and all the wrong places all the wrong places and North Carolina hunters pay attention April fourteenth. Three may twelfth is the Turkey hunting season in North Carolina, South Carolina, extended a few years back. They started in March March twentieth or so, and it goes through the early may. I think it's may fifth is the is the end of South Carolina Turkey hunting season, check me on that just to make sure I'm not putting out any bad information. Of course, they do count in measure the harvest after each Turkey. Season and onto to your point day has been downward trend in the harvest of the South Carolina Turkey, they measure that it has been into Klein they had they had a great season way back in two thousand and two in regards to the number of Turkey's harvested. Well, we've had a lot of wet springs, and that's really hard on the the brood the the may be Turkey's the hatch rate and so forth. So you know, and quite a few predators as.

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"von farms" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"von farms" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Next year a renovation of his restaurant will also add the room to the space which will house the machine were all left davis coming from the kitchen will be placed from shells to cook vegetables then they'll added of you bacteria to the leftovers and the machine will them ten everything into com pasta that fertile earth willing turn be sold to the vegetable grow is around milan who provide the restaurant with its roar ingredients for a productive symbiosis between countryside and the city of his kitchen maybe sat in the very different landscape of the austrian alps in over lack but chef johnston proba i brought to selena a very similar attitude the same attitude which leads the decisions in the kitchen at bull without result it's a preference for working with what the nature around him yields and making the most of the season's bounty especially when it comes to his favorite ingredient wild herbs particular single mike casinos to nature is the architect of the kitchen so why use all the products here from the island also want to the coast today for have to climb for the wild fennel and for the see funnel learn i have the techniques which i use is not i don't believe in physics and chemics i just believe in cooking herbs i've sing in my kitchen at least in over like we have for one hundred forty different herbs okay sixty in parts of meant twelve kinds of brazil but we have eighteen herbs from just from the medals and they are wild grown the older ladies in the know it from their grandmothers in which life period you have to take which herbs and i bring this into my kitchen and i bring it into infusions or t and it's held seen as for me we have for at least seven farms which just work for the book retard resort the broader alshafie has the scottish highland beef than i have in tyrol von farm which produces for us jerusalem artichokes.

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