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Georgia executes Donnie Lance for 1997 double murder
"News a Georgia man convicted of killing his ex wife and her boyfriend more than two decades ago was put to death tonight becoming that states first inmate executed this year sixty six year old Donnie cleave when lance receive the lethal injection of the state prison in Jackson Georgia he was pronounced dead at nine OO five PM he had been sentenced to death for the killings of Sabrina enjoy lance and white birch wood junior the pair were killed back in nineteen ninety seven at woods home about sixty miles northeast of Atlanta lance had consistently said that he did not kill them earlier tonight the US Supreme Court denied defense requests to stop and blocked the execution and gave no explanation of its emailed statement for its
"white birch" Discussed on WRVA
"For symptoms of a new strain of coronavirus that has sickened dozens in China and killed two and residents in the Midwest and upper plains getting hit with the winter mix of snow and ice creating problems at the airports and roads Michelle Franzen ABC everyday living everything you want and deserve find out more white birch communities dot com this is in the garden with Andre Viette Saturday mornings from eight AM to eleven AM eastern time Andre more get taking guarding calls questions Andres in this week taking your calls at five four oh four three three nine seven eight two and a lot of you battling with snow and ice up and down northern Virginia the I ninety five quarters or if you're out about this morning take your time give yourself a little bit extra time to get to where you need to go we are right here the of you've got a guard in question on the Saturday morning gene does jeans at Chester Virginia and listens to in the garden on news radio let forty eight ninety six one W. RVA gene hi you're on the air with Andre good morning eight you taking my call I place you I had last fall had a successful of replanting of my tall fescue in my my turf yes it to it it looks pretty good now but I want to protect it from the we use that we will be trying to work its way in and out I'm really looking for second opinion I've gotten one opinion on the pre emergent it is so when do you put pre emergence down not the the person I talked to seem to be very knowledgeable that they said about February fifteenth but my question is do you rent do you measure soul temperature or you do you just go by the calendar when you're trying to plan for pre emergent well the calendar certainly you start with the calendar and then you go to the weather the problem is you can never protect you know predict what kind of weather for instance up till now the last couple weeks been warm you know not typical January more you say March weather and so that makes a big difference it is the end at the other thing about whether that affects everything you can get a cold period Wade it really is a soil freezes down four inches into it freezes and then you can get a warm period for three weeks of that upsets the you will you know what you're going to do up there to type the weeds you you want to get a pre emergence I would think that device you have is probably pretty good you deal unfortunately can get winter weeds there this chick we'd and I can come up in the winter and the dead nettle and there's a there's a couple areas of wind to weeks but that day at the dandelions and plantains and and ground ivy there not to win the weeds there more the regular season weeds so if you don't have any wind to weeds in there then that you have to worry about trying to control and thinks it is the new fescue a lawn you want to be careful on what chemicals sometimes can do some damage we kill is on a new grass and so it has to be put down at the right rate but I do feel that February late February would because once the weather warms up in March you're going to get the weeds to start to germinate and so yeah I think that that day it is I would agree with the February probably the for you with the best thing VT went to feeding there's you know if you look at lawns that are caught at three to three and a half inches which is recommended foot tall fescue and you feed that solid the weeds that come in a very little and so very important in managing your grass is to make sure you have fertilizer there and not chemical fertilizers so much it you're better off with organic fertilizer or fertilizes that have that will last like two to three months in slow and now you're feeding of the grass and so that you so winter winter application which they call the winter our winter rising go on when you but they're putting something down there's some good fertilizes the Holly tone people have have some good long organic lawn fertilizers you can look at that a group of fertilized it that they offer also and S. S. Bowman dot com one of the recommendations I got was to put pre emergent down wait three months and put it down again is that yeah that's correct a D. pre emergence you know I was fortunate enough to at Cornell to have doctor prism and doctor print and working with a professor at at Ohio state between Cornell and a higher state they were the first to develop pre emergence weed killers Klara chloride PC I can trying to remember you know when and then from there comes that the travel and then the whole long list of pre emergent but the purpose of pre emergent.
"white birch" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Well research well backed it is something we should be using in our garden well Joe question quickly honest question it makes great sense he walks along the beach to CC weed on the beach why can't he use that well simple explanation here just like we can go to different parts of the country and see different kinds of trees for example we're not gonna see many white birch growing in the Austin area river birch maybe but not many white birches as we move further north they're easy to see no Colorado blue spruce here though we get something similar it's because the environment is different the same applies to the sea weed see we we see on the core are on the coast is a variety of sea weed but the coin that is used the most in the commercial products that you would buy for your garden is harvested in the very very cold waters of the north Atlantic it is a particular variety that is protected it sustainably harvested now they're they're really working on it carefully when it's harvested it is harvested from cold salt water and placed in fresh water rivers and creeks to rinse it for a very long time to get as much of the salt off of it as possible this is the product that is used that is in the bottle is see we that you would buy now I assume that a lot of the sea weed that would show up on the coasts of Texas probably has a lot of stuff in it we wouldn't be really happy with we have oil spills and chemical manufacturing and things like that word is harvested in the deep water in the north Atlantic that is less of an issue there isn't this contamination that exists in the water so there's a whole host of reasons why there's a difference in the sea weed it's it's it's really important to understand this now what if I harvest the sea weed from the Texas coast center out my compost pile let's turn over organic matter it would probably break down and add to the compost and you have all this great stuff in it I would be concerned about it coming from salt water in adding too much salt to the compost pile that's a really bad thing that that will too much salt can kill the biology that you're looking to grow in your compost pile but it is still an organic matter so decomposing it adding it back to the soil is not a bad idea if you can account for or reduce the risk of salt from salt water of the ocean we used to have hydrilla be a real problem here in Austin and you know Barton springs the surrounding water ways it's not first kinda strange reasons but we used to harvest it just get it out because it was clogging the lake it was clogging the rivers so we have machines will go through and harvested and that was always a great question can we composta stuff and add it to our garden well I don't know of any good were work that went into the determining if that was worthwhile well it's not a problem now because we've released a fish that was supposed to reduce it and unfortunately it pretty much eliminated it so we made a mistake there but organic matter for the most part can be recycled that's what we're doing we're composting stuff some plan group took new Tran took a minerals took everything that we needed to grow the plant out of the existing soil the plant gave us beauty or it acted as a ground cover to prevent erosion or we harvested food from it whatever the purpose was and at some point we harvested it because it died we cut it back whatever well all of that organic matter has is nutrients in it so we should be composting recycling and and putting it back in the soil there are some questions about where you get it from what it may have been it things like that but that should be a normal process the hydro of the sea weed from the coast things like that that becomes a slightly more complex question we really don't have great answers for yet so really recommend that you not take those steps unless you do it with the understanding that it could be something that's not beneficial to your garde folks this is gardening naturally you can give 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is feel better call us at Sebring clinic five one two eight four seven five six one eight that's five one two eight four seven five six one eight on the web at Sebring clinic dot com you know folks even though the weather's cooler that doesn't mean our plans for quick growing maybe there are not looking green with those roots are going crazy maybe you've got that vegetable garden in there and you want to run get that harbor she want to keep things growing and healthy maybe more importantly you're looking for spring so that that turf will fill back in for you to be rich in green don't worry about it I've got a product for you.
"white birch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Your son? How do you not shout it from the mountain tops? Olympic, sir. That's the sound of the icebreaking in the movie and the boys falling through when I saw this that ice cracked, and I grabbed the woman next to me. She me what talk to me about about that we until the audience. Breakthrough director rod Dawson, and producer devan Franklin say that element of the film was very important to them in order to us, and we played a lot within editing the the sound levels with visuals until we felt that it would take our is by surprise in the same event. John was taken by surprise breath homes. You know, rec- Mets explains how her work on NBC's. This is us prepared her for this emotional role. I think very deeply and so I'm just so grateful that I'm comfortable being uncomfortable being vulnerable. You can see videos of Carroll's interviews right now at x dot com. These. Beans fun time. Like, you said earlier time, I lied. This is the last time. It's an earworm. I'm sorry for going to work singing this at around the water cooler, but we tell you about Easter egg hunts because they have some kids and some grownups city of Hazelwood's Easter egg hunt is at white Birch park. Tomorrow starting at ten for the kids ten and under they'll be fourteen thousand eggs throughout the park sectioned off into five different age group on the east side and Edwardsville thirty thousand thirty thousand eggs, we'll be dropped from a helicopter Saturday at eleven in the morning. Catch him very softly every year. They have the drop in it's free. There are also inflatables for the kids and food trucks. It's held at metro community church. All right now for the grownups at tower grove park. Tomorrow an adult Easter egg hunt going.
"white birch" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"W G Y nation otter Dr Martin Luther King junior on Monday here in Albany celebrated. Civil rights leader honored at the Empire State plaza. There were musical performances, dances and speeches at the plaza convention center forward, your guys running back Rashad Jennings gave the keynote address he remarked on the changes in society since Dr king's death. And I always say this to myself, and I hope that you guys as yourself this question. How can I have more freedom than he ever had do less than he ever did yet complain more than he ever dreamed? Volunteerism was at the heart of Dr king's philosophy was a volunteer. Fair outside the convention hall, kind of lost in governor Cuomo's budget proposal last week in a state of the state address, the pronouncement by the governor that the new seven hundred fifty million dollar Wadsworth center will be built at the Harriman state office campus in Albany. Assembly member. Pat, Fahey tells W G Y news this decision has been the works for two years. She's particularly happy with the decision by the governor. These labs are renowned as you know, last year, we had a Nobel prize winner come out of who credited the labs with with his research their team Frank who won the chemistry Nobel prize. So these these are renowned they used to be considered the best in the country Wadsworth center, which does critical public health research and scientific analysis now spread among five subtleties in the area. Most of the buildings are old and need of upgrades evolving you've been in competition with a you Albany site in east greenbush, this brutally cold weather is led to a number of fires over the past two days. Monday morning. A house in the eighteen hundred block of avenue a in Schenectady caught fire five people inside the apartment got out of the house safely virus Kodak Monday afternoon. Flames heavily damaging home on Sherwood acres road. Also fire in Morocco destroyed a house on seventh street on white Birch estates in Monroe everyone made it out.
"white birch" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Dr Martin Luther King junior on Monday here in Albany, the celebrated civil rights leader honored at the Empire State plaza. There were musical performances, dances and speeches at the Empire State plaza convention center. Former New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings gave the keynote address he remarked on the changes in society since Dr king's death and all always say this to myself, and I hope that you guys ask yourself this question. How can I have more freedom than he ever had less than he ever did complain more than he ever dreamed volunteerism was at the heart of Dr king's philosophy? And there was a volunteering fair outside the convention hall, kind of lost in governor Cuomo's budget proposal last week in a state of the state address was pronounced by the governor that the new seven hundred fifty million dollar Wadsworth center will be built at the heroin state office campus in Albany assembly member, Pat Fahey tells W. News. This decision has been in the works for two years. And she's particularly happy with the decision by the governor. These labs are renowned as you know, last year, we had a Nobel prize winner come out of who credited the labs with with his research team. Frank. Who won the chemistry Nobel prize? So these these are renowned they used to be considered the best in the country Wadsworth center, which does critical public health research and scientific analysis now spread them on five days in the area. Most of the buildings are old and in need of upgrades city of Albany Albany competition with the U Albany site in east greenbush, brutally cold weather's led to a number of fires over the past two days. Monday morning house in the eighteen hundred block of avenue, a in Schenectady caught fire five people inside the apartment got out of the house safely. Firi- Kodak Monday afternoon. Flames heavily damaging a home on Sherwood acres road. Also fire in Monroe destroyed a house on seventh street on white Birch estates Moreau everyone made it out of the house safely coming up the W G Y AccuWeather forecast. Saint Clements regional Catholic school reminds you that Catholic schools week is January twenty seventh through.
"white birch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Back to work Monday, mild with periods of rain, a high of fifty two right now thirty. Three at O'Hare thirty five at the lakefront and thirty two in Saint Charles WBZ news time one twenty. Our top story this hour, the house passes to bills to end the government shutdown but an impasse remains with the Senate and the White House. Why much more undistorted coming up at one thirty one Kane counties new sheriff spent last night in a jail cell something he says he plans to do about once a month. WBZ's EM's Bernie to foia explains. Sheriff Ron Haines says it's jail not the Ritz Carlton, but he wants to make sure conditions are humane. So he wore what inmates where used the same kind of blanket and toiletries and ate the same food meal. So mingled with detainees play chess with one of the guys and was reminded that I need to brush up on my chest. Because he he he crossed me one condition. Sheriff Haynes says could use changing the breakfast. He liked to see the regular choice of a baloney sandwich and juice change to the kosher offering. This is something that everybody would eat hack. My son would make my fifteen year old will come in here and enjoy this breakfast, and it was peanut butter and jelly. Sandwich and some Corp lake cereal with smoking and apple juice burning to foia NewsRadio on one zero five point nine. FM? Police are investigating the death of a man who was found dead last week in a wooded area in a western suburb. According to the Lyle police forty four year old Sean see temple was found by a person riding an ATV about one forty five pm on December twenty six in the woods, south of Warrenville road and white Birch drive and examination by the dupage county coroner's office found at temple had no visible trauma to his body. Police say temple most recently lived in Chicago and Roselle water tower place is changing the.
"white birch" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Structural Bruening? Yeah. So a structural pruning. Wintertime is is another good time because you can actually see it. Right. Yeah. Because oh leaves you're right. So you get all the leaves out of there. And then you can get a good look at the structure that plant and the kind of things that homeowner should look for our first crossing and rubbing branches. So sometimes it gets so thick up in there that the branches started rubbing each other. And that's never good. And he can't see that until it's. Naked. Yes. Until the naked in the winter. So you get that stuff cleared out, and you have to pick and choose a little bit. It takes a little practice to know. Well, which which one would be the better one to take out it's not rubbing each other anymore. You know, I look at which we what direction are is the branch growing, and it's growing to the outside. Instead of the inside of the tree so stuff that's growing back into the tree is that you'd really want to take out and stuff that's going to the outside. You you would leave. Okay. So that helps and one of the rule of thumbs structural, pruning is to prevent all the branches and stems from getting larger that about half the diameter of the trunk. Okay. And ideally, you don't let your tree grow for twenty years, and then decide to do some structural proving because by then those crossing and rubbing branches can grow into each other. Right. You ever seen that where they fuse almost eight years? I have. Yeah. It's weird. It is weird. And they and they don't like that. No. But again, they're counting on you to take care of them. I like the way you think I never thought of the plant is counting on me. Yeah. They can use some help along the way. Yeah. They do. They count on us. So getting in there on a regular basis and sending that stuff out is good. And then Secondly, there's a lot of trees that put up what we call water sprouts. So you'll see you on the inside of the tree kind of growing straight up. Yeah. Gravity's just taking bugger right up to this guy. Those that's wasted growth music. Yeah. It's not doing anything. It's ugly. So it just snarls up inside of a campy. Yeah. And when I see a tree in the winter with the leaves are off deciduous tree, obviously. You should see spaces and gaps through you should see through the tree. It shouldn't look like this big tangled massive branches. Right. It's so much prettier. You're talking about my trees, actually, I should say. It's so much more pretty yes. It's not prettier. Yeah. More pretty that'd be proper grammar. But one works actually, either one. Yeah. When you see a tree that's opened up and the branches are spread out nicely. And then it snows and the snow lays on those branches. Be really really nice to look at. Yeah. So we do want to take good care of those trees as they're gaining in age and size and do the pruning as we go through most of us take care of us as we get older. Yeah. Exactly. Every and three three to five years. Just like maybe everybody doesn't go into her physical every year. They stretch it out as long as they can. Well, if people can take care of their shrubs, and do some major pruning corrective pruning on them every three to five years. That'd be incredible. It would be yes. What about let's talk a little bit about. What's the word? I'm groping for interest visual interested during the winter that that you are the things that you recommend are the things that are are more interesting than others perhaps and people can you can look at winter interest in the landscape in a in a lot of ways. So it can come about through color like the red dogwoods. We were talking yellow Dogwood, and and other plants can come through as texture like a river. Birch and it has that peeling sin Amini colored bark virtue so pretty anytime of year. But particularly in winter, and a lot of people think of the white Birch to me during the wintertime the river Birch stands out even more because you have that color variation in the park too. Birkin in river, cinnamon, cinnamon, kind of color, pretty and it peels off and that looks really neat. You can get interested in the winter through seeds. Black Alder is a plant. That's not used a whole lot in the regular landscape girls kind of fast at likes wet areas. If you have a ditch or Swail, something that would be great, but the little cones seed cones that it gets on. It are very attractive. So that's kind of neat. You can even go into Perennials. And when you think of perennial flowers, you think of something like a like a cone flower or daisy, right? Sure. But some Perennials like Hella Boris and Virginia, they have leaves that are evergreen. So it's a leaf, but his green all winter long, and it's a perennial flower. So people don't think of Perennials is having possibility of winter interest. But there are some that do what are the names of those again Virginia is one, and it has kind of a oval scalloped shaped leaf and it does bloom, but to me, it's the foliage that's really more attractive. It's screen and has little tenser read in it. That's kind of cool. And then the other one is called Hello Boras. And those have kind of a fan shaped like a palm eight five leafed leaf, and again, evergreen gets a really neat little spring blossom, but the blossom doesn't last very long, and it doesn't last very long on the Britannia either. So really this plant. These plants are noted for the foliage. It's just unique. In the wintertime to see a little splash green. Holly. I would think would be that way holidays another high growing in this it does. And in fact, I brought my head with me. Just so you could go. Ooh. Sarah that looks amazing. Plant, and it's called winter berry, and that is actually a native Holly. There you go. I just passed an zero. That's neat. It really isn't in the photograph one of the photos on that plant page shows that in the snow so with the winter berry push kinda interesting is there's girls and boys. So you need a girl and a boy in order to get the fruit display and the fruit display on the girl and it gets loaded with beautiful red berries. These were great and Christmas decorating, some people bring them in the house. You can put them in vases looks fabulous picture one. That's something that I would do. I I really.
"white birch" Discussed on WRVA
"She had a Russell in the garden w RV. Russell you're up next with Andre go right ahead. Good morning. And thank you for your show. Thank you. I have a question. I wonder if I sprayed will stop on my fake Bush's. Would it prevent Winterburn? Yeah. That is that will stop as is a fantastic product because it is an extract of pine, and we use it, of course, on evergreens. I, you know, so you use it on Holly's for the winter is as rhododendrons, and especially on this broad leaf things even on boxwood. But on a coup, maybe some evergreens that are more tender, you might say chameleons, that's excellent sprayed on camellias broadly Amelia's. And so the fig is a different story because you're back the bar on a fig. Now, I will say this that it will stop. Some of the damage most branches in that of trees that Trump that lose their leaves have pores in the bark their call length to sills, and there's a gas exchange of lent to Celts. And so it certainly will help nyc. Now after saying that a lot of the people that wanna bring figs through will. For instance, put four stakes around the fig. And they will depending has is it a fig if you go down into Richmond and Tidewater in the figs are ten feet tall and abuse wide. You can't do a thing. But if the young enough and small you can then fill that area with straw and going up so you spray it with the will stop. Then you drive in four steaks. And then you run burlap around the stakes. You can put not clear plastic burlap, you can use white plastic. They Durfee people use on greenhouses, which the thirteen gallon Christmas bag happening, a garbage bag will will is a white plastic, and then filled with straw, and that you should come through great with that. Because there's good gas exchange that doesn't heat up and the worst thing we can do for protecting any plant is use leaf bags which are black or Brown or dark. Green does. Things the dog the heat or clear, so you're better off now. I would say this. If you weren't gonna do all the protection that I just mentioned it's certainly going to help, and it would take more than one application may be two weeks apart, you might spray, for instance, December fifteenth with one good spraying, and the maybe January tenth the second spray, and I certainly going to help it prevent damage now if they are damaged by both two ways one by the temperature that drops at night to buy a lot of wind across them. And that's where that's where your will stop will help and also son sun heating, the bark. And then the sunsetting NFS drop in temperature is the other way, they get hurt in our area. What about gardenias in the wintertime should bring them inside? Or should. Yeah. You can do you can spray gardenias wilt stop. You. Also, the other thing people will do is put at any anytime you want to get a evergreen broadleaf, evergreen, whatever it is through the winter. And you're worried about it a high amount for the winter. So the ground doesn't freeze is very important because water absorbed from the roots. And once it's frozen the lease lose water, but they can't take up water because the ground is frozen. So we always say if you have a gardenia like that the thing to do with come in with six inches of March. But a winter only and then in the spring, let level out that that certainly helps depending on the size. You know, you go in a lot of time. You can't too big to bring into the house unless you have it in a container or something. Like that. Russell. Thank you. Do. Appreciate your call. It's Brian who joins us right now at eight hundred two seven four four two seven three. He's also in Richmond listening in the garden and. W RV A, Brian go right ahead. You're on the air with Andrei. Andrei got a question for you. I want to plan white paper Birch trees enrichment and doable. And if I do that should be aware of. Yup. I if you're gonna if you're gonna go with a typical white Birch not a the Paperbark Birch. Is you want to use a hybrid that would-be heretic, but they get big fast, and they have heavy root systems. But if you're going to go with the white Birch, then that's a different kind of. And there are different varieties. There's the European white Birch which we on the last trip that I led to Europe we saw a lot of beautiful European white. Birch there is Japanese white. Birch also so you want to go and try to go to a full service garden centre in your area and see what kinds of Birch they have. But if you're going to go with the paper Bach, the peeling Brown bark with some white and gray. Heritage. I believe it's heritage. I'm doing soft top of my head. But you want to get a name variety anyway. And they could help you at the garden center for that. And yes, all the purchase will do in Richmond. Thank you. Okay. Brian. Thank you for your call. We've got roof you to join us in the garden at eight hundred two seven four four two seven three that's eight hundred two seven four four two seven three. Let's say Lori. She's also in Richmond listing on W RV, Laura, you're up next with Andrei go right ahead with your question. Good morning. I have a cherry tree that we grew from speed. And from we bought it in DC and now big tree and this year, it was doing great and now have little hole in it. L looked it up. It said it might be forget, a bacteria or fungus. They causes blackspot. It'll fall out and call who cold. So I didn't know if the tree is gone or favorable. Well, you know trees can survive fungal mbacke till infections, depending on the type of disease and and get hit in the wild. For instance, wild Cherry's that grow in the countryside, you you'll find holes in the leaf and all kinds of problems yet, they live fine in even get hit with tent caterpillars than they survive there. So the real worry you have with this cherry is going to be whether or not the branches are not looking good. You have some die back in would where some branches have died, and you're trimming out, and what you have to look for with cherries is Bora in the bark. So you examine the base. The base up about three feet from the ground anywhere from from you know, six inches to three feet look at the bar. Make sure there's no losing of sap gelatin like sap out of that cherry if that's fine. Then that's good news. And then it doesn't pay you to spray it now the leaves will be dropping off anyway, and they may have already started. But next spring as Elise come out after they come out, you may want to spray them with a fun just side. And the bonafide makes quite a few fundamental would probably be my first choice fungible. And and and this spray to Foley, spray the. Gives me. Okay. And get rid of all the falling. Lease glee, always use that just take a little rake and rake up the leaves and and get rid of them and take them away. And and because that's all that's the good first place to go. Okay. Okay. Thanks for calling in the garden. Lori. Thank you..
"white birch" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"In their Ruth's faster. So you have to look at all of these different things. And then you also have to look do need to protect them from rabbits and deer. So there's a lot that goes into it. If the if something has changed than you want to look, maybe they're not getting enough water. So we'll wrapping help just a little light wrapping may help them. It may not it. They water is the most important thing. And I just can't say that enough for the evergreens has they'll look fine all winter, and they come on of winter dormancy. And all of a sudden they brought up that we saw that a lot last winter last spring. All right, good. Thank you. Dennis dance calling in from prior lake. And then we'll grab some text messages. Go ahead, Dan. Thank you, Dan. Good morning. Thanks, take my call Jerry show. Real good question. I have. White Birch tree the two summers in a row infestations with Asian Beatles. That I've been able to spray it and get the kill for the season. But I'm wondering is there anything you can do to prevent that for me. So I'll hang up and listen. Okay. Now, if you're getting like ladybugs up there, they're probably eating aphids, which is a good thing. So if that's what you're seeing. I don't know that I'd spray for them because they would be eating all the efforts that then could impact impact your your Burt. However, if you mean Japanese beetles, that's a totally different story, and I would suggest that you go to the Arbor to the Arbor fighting extension website and look at how you wanna treat your birches? And and what kind of products, you can use extension dot your man dot EDU and click under Japanese beetles. So you wanna make sure you've identified the insect properly. Whether it's like the orange lady bug. That's a good thing. I wouldn't spray for those or the really pretty shiny green coppery colored a Japanese beetle, which you may not want, and then you may need to treat it because it is hard on the plans to lose their leaves every year and a half to have to re relief out. But. There's not much you can do when it's a big tree either. You have to decide if you're going to treat it or what you're going to do. You don't want to stress it every year. But then you wonder how much how your chemicals that you're gonna put in the ground and with the treating of the trees, so first of all dental, the right insect and Arborist might help in Arborist would help you up or even just going online, and with the with the university website would be able to see right away that oh that's what I'm seeing out there and they're good or they're not so good. Right. Texter says, this I just received in the mail and eastern red bud sapling from the Arbor day foundation. I ordered it last spring. Can I still plant it? Well, I would I would get into the ground as soon as possible it's easier probably going to do better outside than in your house. The eastern red buds. They might not be so hardy here, we do have a Minnesota strain. And that's the one I would have suggested, but the Arbor day people just send out what they have. So put it in a protected area protected from. Critters and make sure you water at once you get a planted then as the ground starts to freeze, maybe build a little cylinder of chicken wire. And just fill it up with a bunch of Maple Leafs are a bunch of Oakley's to give it extra protection all winter long. Good luck. Texter says, please clarify for native bees, should I or should I not cut down, my dead, bleeding-heart, flocks, etc. Stocks or leave them intact for the winter. I would leave them intact, especially if you see that they're hollow I would leave them intact. If you wanna cut them down to like one and a half two feet. That's fine. Then just leave them up let the plants come up next year round them. And and just let them go like that. That's what I would do another Texas. This Theresa I have four large commercially created hanging baskets. I've moved them inside would like to keep them living. But boy, did they take a lot of water should watering them quite regularly. And they look nice your advice. Please. Thank you. Keep watering them if they're still flowering if they're getting enough light make sure that you're giving them maybe half strength fertilizer once a week, but do keep watering them. You will find that in your house with our low humidities in the house and the four stare heat or whatever kind of heat, you're running in your house. They are going to dry out a lot. So you're going to have to really water a lot, and you know, outside in the summertime. The humidity's sixteen seventy percent in your house. It's thirty five forty percent. And and so it's really a lot harder on plants. So do keep watering them and good luck. Because that's that can be quite impressive. If you can keep those growing trees just notice there was a follow up actually a couple of from the same texture. I read the that. Also, should I trim them back to what point also in the past with Jerry names? I know that I put them down on my unheeded fruit room in my basement. Let them go dormant which seems like they dry right up that I just put them back out the next year kind of run together sentences. There's salt. Yeah. So so do do cut them back. You can cut your hanging baskets back a little bit. Because you probably don't have a huge house for them. You pal ever regular size house for them. Go ahead and trim them back. They'll they'll start leafing out. Again, they'll start growing again and be a little thicker if you wanna put your geraniums down like you've always done them. You store them downstairs do just check though in the in the cooler area. Maybe split some with water once or twice once a month. Give him a little spurts of water if they're drying out too much, some people do however just take their joining us out of the containers off most of the dirt roads throw them in a paper bag and put him in a cool location, and they survive all winter just find the bring him out and bring them back to life in the spring. This. Texter says, this chives and creeping Charlie complement each other. Yes, they're beautiful. So we did get a creepy. Thank you for that. We hope for those fifty two weeks a year. What is the best way wants to know to repel moles out of our yard without killing them. The castor oil will be a repellent, and that's what you're gonna find for a lot of the more lax and things like that is castor oil. Again, those malls are they're they're eating the bugs, they're eating the grubs. So they're kind of protecting your yard. You probably only have one they can dig, you know, two hundred and fifty five hundred feet of nights. So they do a lot of digging. However, they can really recap boy can they ever they can. But so so there there because the foods there and once the food is gone. They'll be gone they'll head over to the neighbors who then has food, otherwise, I'm the castor oil is something that work. Good morning. Texter says, how do I winner is my rhododendron rabbits endear, I covered it last year with a large plastic garbage can but didn't do. Well. Yeah. It probably got too hot under there. What you can do bird netting works. Really? Well, chickenwire works. Really? Well, you can. Even use the floating white row cover the remains stuff and just just use that if you're going to cover it with the the plastic container either cut the top off of it or cut a whole bunch of holes in it because it gets really hot in those plastic containers in the wintertime, even just a little sun. You would be amazed at can get, you know, fifty sixty seventy eighty ninety degrees in those things. Same thing for your roses. See wanna make sure that that he can escape because you don't want to cook your plants inside. Now, the text says this Theresa if it gets warm enough to melt snow this week is still too early to dormant seed my lawn. No, go ahead. You can see that very thing. Myself because we should have famous last words, we should have some snow melt. This is Minnesota anything ever. Yeah. It's supposed to get fortyish. You know for a minute or two later on in the weekend. Yeah. Good idea. Yeah. Let's see grooming question. Five different types of treason, shrubs pin oaks, Korean lilacs, white pair, silver maple ash. I have all five that are in need of trimming back low hanging branches. And I'm wondering if any of those should be or safety can be pruned now, or when they should be proved. Well, you know, it's not the best. It's not the best time for any of those. If you want to wait till this the plants have gone completely dormant and the ground is frozen. Then you can go ahead and prune them back. We understand that the lilacs have set their flowers next year. So anything you pruning off you're cutting off flowers for next year. So I would wait until the ground is frozen if you can wait until later in the season January February March, that's even better January February even better again with understand the lilacs. You're cutting off the flowers if there's just one or two branches that you just need to cut off for the season. Go ahead and cut those one or two branches off don't touch the Oakland until the middle of winter. That one would be the one I would worry about the most the other ones, I think you could probably prune fine and safely. But again, we're just at that time where they're trying to go dormant you don't want to confuse them. So don't be cutting because that again causes chemicals that may say the tree should be growing here. And you just don't wanna do that. At this time. Very good. We need to take a quick break. Theresa. So hang on last year Gardner, Theresa Rooney in our smart garden show today, helping you out we'll get back to the phone calls and text messages. It's twelve degrees. We're heading for a high near twenty-six some scattered flurries activity tonight and again on Veterans Day tomorrow against temperature reading twelve..
"white birch" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The ready assed present about holiday and express. TIMMY break. TIMMY, thanks for the time, Yvette ball. I'm told I was my best show ever. Darker RIA, it was understated. I'll say that we, we ran them out onto the field. Probably the best touchback I ever called on a kickoff. And then that was, you know, I was. I was in Connecticut thing in hotels. It's that had some of the worst television reception I've ever seen it. I just thought I just thought I wasn't getting FOX. 'cause I couldn't find your game. I remember that hotel gets out about man names. Yeah, exactly what you're talking about. Not to speak out of school, but you figure company owned by Disney could could come up with their own hotel. I'm surprised they didn't buy that. Do they bought those? They bought the white Birch, which is where we got our drinks afterwards. I can't make that was just to keep an eye on. You into Rico. That's right. You know, I gotta I gotta say was the most deflated healing ball that I've ever had leaving a boot Spencer not been together for twenty in the last twenty one years. And I've been a lot of great environment, you know throughout my career, but this was one of those great moments. I don't know who's gonna call the game for ABC this week with Colorado, whoever it is. You are really lucky because that that is some place and it's gonna rock. Again, they get basically a do over of the run out, which was so emotional and it was it was as loud and as as impactful as anything I've ever experienced. And I believe that's yourself the same way. And then for the game to be taken away and we went off the air. We really thought we'd be back in about, you know, and a half hours in our. We knew there was another big Phil, but we didn't think we were. Got, you know. And then when they finally. Called it off and we headed down. There were some discrepancies as to whether we were going to come back and do the game the next morning or or not. But we have spent five five and a half hours up there and get the call. What would have been. I think at the moment in the history of the Brassica football and and and maybe a generational moment for the future of college football as far as great head coaches because I think Scott's ause and I, it's been the open. I broaden in mixed David in the open by suggesting that. And I remember your having said this, and I was thinking of you when I saw to say when when Savin was hired, I believe that he would win a national championship within two years or maybe I remember vividly. I was on with Rick, Carly on a morning show and he, he said, what do you think? Yeah. And I think saving will win a national championship in four years that he looked at me. Are you? Are you? I mean, it wasn't. He didn't say, but like are you out of your mind, Alabama, national championship. And of course I was wrong. He went, he one one in three. Yeah, I think I think this guy to be the same thing and I think that because of his age and because of the cost, but clean himself as a player whom I covered in nineteen ninety seven and also not just that, but the infrastructure, Nebraska, they are now getting their full share money from the big ten. Their facilities are fantastic. They finally have the combination of aiding and president that they really needed. They had gotten away from who they were for us when he was coaching and organised assistant. And I did the fact we'll championship with Mario was his quarterback and he was the offensive coordinator at worked for chip Kelly, but then for help rich as the OC when he spoke of Nebraska, he was almost angry. I mean he, he never thought he'd go there any never thought that he would beat it. And then when. When the actual job opened up and Mike Riley got the job, they didn't even bother to call it. Okay..
"white birch" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Assed present about holiday and express. TIMMY break. TIMMY, thanks for the time. You bet ball. I'm told I was my best show ever. By diarrhea. It was understated. I'll say that we, we ran them out onto the field. Probably the desk touchback I ever called on a kick off. And then the that was, you know, I was. I was in Connecticut staying in hotels. It's that had some of the worst television reception never seen it. I just thought I just thought I wasn't getting FOX because I couldn't find your game. I remember that hotel that about man name. Yeah. I know what you're talking about. You know, you would not to speak out of school. Figure company owned by Disney could could could come up with their own hotel. I'm surprised they didn't buy that. Do they bought those? They bought the white Birch in which is where we got our drinks afterwards. That was just to keep an eye on the. You into Rico. Right? You know, I gotta I gotta stay was the most deflation healing all that I've ever had leaving a boot Spencer I've been together for twenty in the last twenty one years, and I've been in a lot of great advice, but you know pre my career, but this was one of those great moments. And I don't know who's gonna call the game for ABC this week with Colorado, whoever it is. You are really lucky because that that is some place and it's gonna rock. Again, they get basically a do over of the run out, which was so emotional and it was it was as loud and as as impactful as anything I've ever experienced. And I believe Mr. yourselves the same way and then for the game to be taken away when we went off the air, we really thought we'd be back in about, you know, and a half hour to an hour. We knew there was another big Phil, but we didn't think we got, you know. And then when they finally called. It all and we headed down. There were some discrepancies as to whether we were going gonna come back and do the game the next morning or or not. But we have spent five five and a half hours up there and didn't he get the call? What would is in? I think it's the moment in the history of the Brask football and and and maybe a generational moment for the future of college football as far as great head. Those is because I think Scott Broz and I says, it's been the open. I brought in Nick Sabin in the open by suggesting that. And I remember you're having said this, and I was thinking of you when I talked to say when when Sabin was hired, I believe that he would win a national championship within two years or maybe. I remember vividly. I was on with Rick, Carly. On a morning show, and he said, what do you think? And I said, I think saving will win a national championship in four years. That's he looked at me and say, are you? I mean, it wasn't. He didn't say, but like are you out of your mind, Alabama, national championship? And of course I was wrong. He wanted, he won one and three. Yeah, I think I think this guy brought. And I think that because of his age and because of the proximity between himself as a player whom I covered in nineteen ninety seven and also not just that, but the infrastructure, Nebraska, they are now getting their full share of money from the big ten. Their facilities are fantastic. They finally have the combination of aiding and president that they really needed. They had gotten away from who they were for all when he was coaching organism assistant, and I did the fact we'll championship when Mario was his quarterback and he was the offensive coordinator at worked for chip Kelly. Then for health, rich as the OC when he spoke of Nebraska, he was almost angry..
"white birch" Discussed on Movie Crush
"In the movie she says had killed himself he said because mom was trying to put people in me yeah yeah and he had like voices and she described him as being schizophrenic but that being a little bit of foreshadowing or sure and you don't know what's really going on yet and that line is very easy to let slip by until you know you realize that the deal later so toni collette as a as a profession is a miniature artist she makes these great little miniature set styrofoam as i guess you could call them yeah doll houses with perfectly sculpted little people doing very specific things and a lot of them are based on her life yeah there's like her mother in the hospital bed there's other things that happened throughout the movie that you see her end up making diorama versions of so it ends up being this nice motif motif also the first shot in the movie is a zoom in to one of her doll houses becomes shot yeah so the whole movie has this meta microcosmic vibe to it where you're like who's controlling who what is what you know whereas this taking place kind of almost you know i was in love with the house this movie built it from scratch no shed built it from scratch i was reading interview with with the director they they couldn't find one that is because they needed the dimensions for the cameras to be able to move as where so they actually built a fucking house for this move while it is very open how in just gorgeous said among these what are those white birch trees and then very importantly there's a little tree house yep right outside the house and from the beginning it just has this eerie tone the family it's not like i mean there's love in the family but it's not happy go lucky even from the beginning i'm you can tell their intentions there and those tensions reveal themselves through the movie at one point we learn man that once with toni collette when she says that she slept walked and almost burned her children alive yeah and the sun basically is like he never has forgotten that nor has the father yeah yeah like what she asleep did she not want them to be around but we come back to that one later too because there's again mackin nations within mackin nations in this movie so her daughter is is very i mean she's in a special ed class is that right yeah i i don't think she's meant to have a i'm not sure like she has a condition where the bones in her face don't form properly remember them but i don't believe it's any kind of down syndrome of any kind like that thinks she's just meant to be be a very inward kind of pensive or artistic not child right you know i don't think she meant to be seen as having any kind of developmental disability okay so she's in her class and you know from the very beginning bird flies in the window and she goes off and cuts the bird die she cuts the head off the bird and we realized that she makes these really kind of really interesting found art pieces so she's kind of inherited that artistic spark from from her mother and she has her little workshop that's up in the tree house little area yeah and inner son is sort of a typical disaffected stone her youth who is not doesn't have any time for his parents in the movie really throws you for a loop at the end of the first act when he goes to a party and the mom makes him take.
"white birch" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"All right back to you murderer so for just came out with their annual list of the one hundred highest paid athletes in the world they look at salary and prize money and endorsement so floyd mayweather mayweather comes in a number one making about two hundred eighty five million dollars but what upset me is no women made the top one hundred year up there and they looked at you ready they looked at the hundred athletes from eleven different sports twenty three countries and there is not one woman on the list that's because we don't get paid enough come on i mean it's ridiculous absolutely ridiculous blake shelton took on the top honor at wednesday night's emt awards winning two awards including video of the year carrie underwood made history with her eighteenth winds congratulates she will be at our i heart radio music festival she is confirmed confirm how are the awards last night they were so good performances in blake one when he won is ward he got up there he was so humble and it looks whether it's i don't know if it's real it looks so genuine he's like i have no business being here with all the new talent and all these new young guys that are doing so many great things in this industry said i'm so thankful and so happy and he just thanked everybody hugged everybody think rascal flatts blake was awesome night the performances great backstreet boys there florida georgia line performed the new song the new bryan song great there's so much good music our gift bags 'cause you know when when you you know the celebrities get gift bags when they leave so here's what was in the cmt musical ord gift bags there was a bar of bamboo charcoal detoxifying soap ooh toothpicks made from northern white birch a pair of y'all socks and pucca stick for longlasting smile.
"white birch" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"Back seven thirty five in the morning down here brookside equipment sales on the south sam houston parkway between cullen and what was my other one hold on between colon and scott it's a colin street exit that i take to go over to tom bass part during the wintertime and wear out the rainbow trout combined sees it's kinda quiet this morning heck it's seven thirty in the morning we understand that but there are don't saw doughnuts i don't know where they are but i saw them i'm gonna have to send my my son he's got a nose for older right here at the front door okay michelle's gardiner doughnuts we got texas fans already showing up they think deandre hopkins is here now he's now he's gonna be here at noon maybe this guy here for the cheerleaders i don't know maybe so yeah he kinda smile on his face seven one three two one two five seven ninety let's go talk to david see what's on his mind david what's up buddy i about this no tells intended dampen your hands but mentioned about the down to four down go i think right just guy just clip it off and then it'll eventually go away it's a lot better yeah it's a lot better to leave that hook in there yeah he didn't drop in there the most diligent fish is probably a white birch cropping.
"white birch" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"That's the biggest investment that most people most americans strive for and their families in their lives to own a piece of property and own their own house and not have to pay rent and all that stuff so the american dream one of the things we like to do and that is to list the new listings at core group real is with the marketplace so tight that many listings he need to get on these right away tori is really low right now we have very few homes coming on the market it hasn't picked up a little bit because of the spring people are kind of getting that spring fever and starting to get things moving again so so we're starting to see some action but we're still an all time historic low of inventory so it's important that you are aware of what's out there make sure that you've got a good site that's keeping you up dated on the most current listings and stuff if you are in the market because they go quick they go fast what are you got listed one let's start with meridian it's forty five seventy one west white birch drive this is a six bedroom two and a half bath two story bedroom three thousand two hundred and fifty six square feet this is over in the middle iron subdivision right over there by ten mile and cherry lane so one of the newer subdivisions yep yep it's a newer subdivision so this house was actually built in two thousand ten so it's been really beautifully maintained its got spacious living space for everybody with a custom mantle over the fireplace engineered wood flooring throughout the house and it just yeah it's a great house with lots of space for everybody to kind of find their own looking corner six bedrooms bedrooms right six bedrooms and a large bonus rooms nice so yeah this one in that's forty five seventy one wests white birch drive meridian idaho and you can find these all listed on our featured listings page on the corporate realty website so if you're if you're at your computer and of wondering which one i said just go to our featured listings and you'll see there and.
"white birch" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"No i mean it was something that we did every spring as soon as birches started to to really leaf out and you could see them on the tree my dad would drag out a six foot step ladder my brother and i would hold each side of it and he'd climb up the ladder with a bottle sprayer that he attached to the hose and needs spray it and when he was done spraying the birch theresa we wouldn't wouldn't all turned bubbly with the with the damage that the leaf miner did we the three of us had gone house and take a shower to get it off at us so this is a lot safer and it's a it's a fantastic product because you do it once a year yeah and you're you're talking about birch and that means this is the product that can be used on your paper birch for the leaf miner or for bronze birch born in the southern in the southern areas where the white birch has moved into the bronze birch boers serious problem but it takes care of it takes care of those pests just like it takes care of the adult on hemlock and then paul i know we'll we'll talk about this in the in the summertime for people who want to protect their other trees against emerald ash borer or asian longhorn beetle this product can be used on those pests but the timing is different than what we're talking about now now we're talking about leaf miner now we're talking about a delicate for those other pets we talked for a different timing of the year for the application ken you're just a mile of of of knowledge i know you've been doing this for a long time but you're wonderful join us and to educate might listeners and the property with new data products every year thank you fed the birds during the winter it's a lot of fun but don't waste your money on inexpensive bird food that will not attract those colorful birds and the song birds cheap seed contains filler like red milo cracked corn and white millet grapeseed if you want to attract morning dogs but.
"white birch" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh
"And so that when people say prost down in it means that you can do whatever you need to do to win that game and so that's what i hope we can build matt ruler coach builder freddie komen its duty on espn radio what are you going to miss buffalo at off you allow the the people the players um you know is photo social media nice top players hit me up all the time and yell out of my former players i had to go back to the draft and watch them get drafted i i was able to hire kid the play i last year is a graduate assistant so while you know just sort of a connection um but i you know i i loved those people i love the people the temple of the people in philadelphia yet i also probably missed the chief stakes in the calcio jones in all but i replaced that with a tacos and burritos and men's barbecues on okay very we'd see stakes texas barbecue which is better you know what you have to have a low for all y'all de la guide you know no no no no no that's night that's a man that loves flag i here last night in the i got the plane and we drove on ninety miles now the pepys all you identified perhaps aware laura i know i'm going to find the best of the best when it comes to food when you got the peppers what did you order because now hungry white clam pie in a pepper only no move some man what kind of beverage you consider it's an adult program i think i had a little glass a cabernet and my friend over here at a white birch beer for the first time you never had burst bure before so how do you like that he said it was root beer flavored cream um so that's exactly what about the exact above get a drink soda crawling until you've lived in pennsylvania amish country verge peers away of leisa reviving temple what you did how much that could be the same of bill i ally i hope it can help and hence with co couple jb ships in the championship run but it to me as it all all college football programs are the same you know they're different in the way you.