Maria Shilaos and Taun Beddes finish their final hour at BioGrass with an extended conversation about best practices to get lush green grass for your lawn. They talk about the pros and cons of seeding and sod as well as the best way to take care of seed and sod yards. They answer gardening questions such as "Why are my evergreen trees dying," "Why do I have no flowers on my peach trees?," and "What's a good place to grow berries?"
Maria Shilaos and Taun Beddes talk about grass at their remote show at BioGrass. They also talk about how different lawn plants react to herbicides. They even talk about the different types of sods that you can use in Utah. They answer gardening questions such as "How do I get rid of mildew on my trees," "When do I fertilize my berries," and "How do I make my gardening soil better?"
Maria Shilaos is covering for Tim Hughes today. Today, she and Taun Beddes are at BioGrass. They talk about lawn care and when is the best time to lay down grass seed for your yard. They discuss the meaning of "organics" and answer gardening questions such as "What diseases can affect walnut trees," "Which grapes are best for Utah," and "What do I have to do to take care of new fruit trees?"
Tim and Taun talk with Utah State Professor Dave Francis about his Garden Hack event where he'll be teach kids and young adults what types of gardening hacks they can do. They answer gardening questions from callers such as, "How can I cut the roots on my tree," "What is this pink stuff on my blue spruce," and "What fruit trees do the best with high altitudes?"
During this hour Tim and Taun talk about the benefits of freeze drying when you grow food in your garden. They also speak with USU Professor Dave Francis about the benefit of growing vegetables with kids. They answer gardening questions from callers such as, "Can I prune my red bark bush," "How do I move a lilac bush," and "How do I take care of an apple tree?"
Tim Hughes and Taun Beddes are doing a remote show today. They're on location at Harvest Right. Today they talk about orchards and orchardists. They answer gardening questions from callers such as, "How Do I get rid of Dollar Spot from my lawn," "How do I get rid of weeds in a newly seeded lawn," and "What fungus is this on my fruit trees?" They also talk about the deals on freeze dryers at Harvest Right.
Tim Hughes and Taun Beddes talk during this third and final hour about go on a caller's questions marathon, as they learn about the hazards of accidentally overserving alcohol to your pets when trying to attract slugs. Oops. Tim and Taun answer questions from callers such as, "What are the best varieties of tomatoes," "When do I prune pear trees," and "What type of iron chelate should I use?"
Tim Hughes and Taun Beddes talk about different varieties of strawberries that you can plant in Utah. Tim and Taun answer questions from callers such as, "How do I get rid of slugs," "Should I rotate my garden plants," and "How do I use chicken poop as fertilizer?" Whatever your yard concerns, the Greenhouse show has you covered.
Tim Hughes and Taun Beddes are in studio today and March means Utah gardening is picking up fast. They talk about fruit trees and getting them ready for spring. Taun also explains how to take care of strawberries..Tim and Taun answer questions from callers such as, "Is March too early to prune fruit trees," "What types of flowers can I plant in the shade," and "Is it too early to lay down grass seed in March?"
During the third and final hour of today's Greenhouse show Tim and Taun talk about A new gardening tutorial video by Jerry and JayDee called "How to prune Roses.". They also answer questions from callers such as "How to get rid of gophers," "When are orchards in season," and "What can I plant next to raspberries?"
During the second hour, Tim and Taun talk about the best types of peach trees to grow in Utah. The answer gardening questions from callers such as, "How do I get rid of rodents in my garden boxes," "How do I get rid of Russian Olive trees," and "How do I grow broccoli?" Also they talk to Jake Checketts about his heart problems and becoming a Smile Maker for KSL's Primary Children's Radiothon.
Tim Hughes and Taun Beddes are in the studio today. Skycall's Russel, who's usually on the Outdoor's show joined the guys today. They talked about types of ground covers and pesticides can get rid of insects. Tim and Taun then answered gardening questions such as, "How do I reseed my lawn after bugs," "How do I stop my plum tree from flowering," and "What type of fungus is on my pine tree?"
Maria Shilaos and Taun Beddes talk to listeners and answer text messages about spring lawn preparation. Is it too early to start playing in the yard and garden? When do you start looking at bulbs and seeds? And how do you prevent quack grass - is it better to plant seed or roll out sod to give new grass a chance?
You thought it was spring, but Utah isn't done with winter yet, so Taun Beddes and Maria Shilaos are here to talk about when the garden season begins, what you CAN do now and what you should wait to plant, and address other questions involving yards, gardens, landscaping and trees.
Taun Beddes and Maria Shilaos discuss magnolias and fruit tree issues, plus how to tell between a California and a Utah peach tree -- and where almond trees fall into the flora and fauna.
Tim and Taun take callers from callers for the last hour of the show. They answer gardening questions like "How do I prune a fruit tree," "How do I fertilize a fruit tree," "How do I use iron chelate for fruit trees" and "Can I grow banana plants in Utah?" Time also spoke to Tyson Thacker from Boss Retirement Solutions.
Tim Hughes and Taun Beddes take calls answering questions like "What is a good peach tree for Utah," "What sprays get rid of worms" and "How do I prune apple trees in Utah?" Tim and Taun also talk with the Fowler Family about their son's Fabry condition and KSL's annual radiothon for Primary's Children's Hospital.
Tim Hughes and Taun are in studio today. During this first hour they talk about growing tulips in Utah, how warm winter weather affects gardening, and Patriot Hostas. They also answer questions from callers such as "Can I change mt soil's pH levels," "How do I get rid of weeds in my garden bed," and "What do I do to help weeping white spruce trees?"
Tim and Taun spend most of the hour answering callers gardening questions. These questions include, "How do I prune raspberry bushes," "What weed is this," "Can I mix sand with clay soil," and "How do I make a shade friendly garden?" They spend the last couple minutes of the show talking about how to make and use raised bed gardens.
During the second hour of the Greenhouse Show,Tim and Taun talk about how to get rid of snow mold. They also talk a bit about the BYU basketball game against San Francisco. They answer questions from callers like "How to get rid of black widows," "How to get rid of voles," and "How to use chelated iron on trees?"
Tim and Taun get together for the first hour of the Greenhouse Show and talk about how the changing weather affects plants. Taun talks about how plants survive warm winter weather. They take calls to answer questions such as, "How do I get rid of rabbits in my garden," "How do I re-pot my pogonias," and "How much fruit will my nectarine tree produce?"
Tim Hughes and Taun Beddes sit down and talk about Hydrangea Arborescens, also known as the smooth hydrangea or the Annabelle. They also took a bunch of questions from people who wanted to know how to take care of apricot trees. The duo also answered questions such as, "How to prune stone fruit" and "How to identify vole tracks."
Tim Hughes and Taun Beddes talk with Raven Albertson, a certified health educator from FoodSense, about a delicious lentil recipes. She has recipes for lentil tomato soup, lentil tacos and lentil french onion dip. The guys also take calls to answer the questions, "How do I get rid of aphids," and "How do I stop my tomatoes from wilting?"
Tim Hughes is in the studio today with Taun Beddes. Today they're talking about deer getting sick as they get pushed farther and farther down the mountain and eat plants that are poisonous to deer. They also answer calls about, "What types of plants are deer friendly?" and "How to save my fruit tree?"