Yellow Ledbetter – Live at Madison Square Garden – Pearl Jam



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Pearl Jam performing “Yellow Ledbetter” live at Madison Square Garden in New York City on July 8, 2003. Get Pearl Jam’s new album, Lightning Bolt, here:

Taken from “Live at the Garden”, which documents the band’s 2003 Riot Act tour and features the first performance with organist Boom Gaspar. You can get “Live at the Garden” at the Pearl Jam Shop here:

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“The Law of Agency,” with University of Virginia School of Law Vice Dean George Geis



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Vice Dean George Geis talks about the law of agency during a mock class for admitted students in 2012.

Pansy and Viola



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November 19, 2017

The growers are getting ready for a busy fall season. So what should you plant? In my opinion… pansies and violas. Matrix pansies have quickly become one of the Southeast’s leading cool season bedding plants. There is a wide range of colors available. Many have the traditional blotch, sometimes known as being faced. This is the dark coloration of the lower flower petals. A really attractive group of Matrix flowers have the clear colors. These flowers don’t have a blotch, and really flash pure color. In my opinion, Matrix pansies are the best for gardeners in Mississippi. These pansies have freely branching growth habits and will about eight inches tall and wide. When massed together, as pansies were meant to be planted, they create an impressive colorful landscape carpet. My other favorite fall bedding plant is the viola, but most gardeners I know call them by their common name… Johnny Jump-up. Violas are good choices for both landscape and containers. The Penny Citrus mix is a prolific flower producer. Flower colors include cream, orange, primrose, yellow and yellow frost. I really like the Penny Azure, which is a gorgeous white and bright blue flower with purple streaks. Sorbet violas look great mass planted like these sunny sorbet yellow or colorful sorbet orange or blinding bright Sorbet white. There are really nice multi-colors like Sorbet Jump Up Mix as well. The viola can easily thrive from Thanksgiving all of the way through Easter. Pansy or viola…..whichever you choose, I know you won’t be disappointed. I’m horticulturist Gary Bachman, and I’ll see you next time on Southern Gardening.

Does Compost Tea Work?



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On this month’s installment of the testing garden assumptions series I am going to evaluate the two main claims made about compost teas.

Today’s first hypothesis is that AACT increases the number of bacteria through the brewing process however is not necessarily an organic fertilizer.

The second hypothesis is that Compost extractions are an organic fertilizer.

0:40 What is Compost Tea?
0:58 What is Actively Aerated Compost Tea?
1:16 What is a Compost Extraction
1:29 Why is Fertilizer Needed in the Garden?
1:39 Why are Bacteria Needed in the Garden?
3:54 Compost Tea Recipes
5:45 Nutrient Results
8:09 Bacteria Culturing Results
9:35 Summary of Results
10:03 Follow up Video on Compost Tea Product Claims

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Compost Tea Lab Results Including AACT, and Compost Extraction

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How To Propagate Houseplants From Cuttings | Indoor Plants



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Hey Everyone. I’m going to show you guys how I water propagate my houseplants. Whenever I decide to propagate houseplants, I always water propagate to first develop roots before planting them in soil. In this video we will cover, how to propagate indoor houseplants in water with some Pothos, Pilea Peperomioides, String of Hearts, and Spiders Plants. Enjoy.
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The Gardener & The Tree – Cave Session



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The Gardener & The Tree performing “Prison Doors”, “Amber” & “Meantime Lover” off their album “69591, LAXÅ” in the breathtaking grotto of Lac Souterrain, the largest known natural underground lake in Europe.

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Director | Jen Ries |
Director of Photography | Jonas Steinbacher
Production Company | MM motion pictures GmbH |
Executive Producer | Manuel Sieber
Line Producer & 1st AD | Sarah Bollmann
1st AC | Fabio Tozzo
Underwater Camera Operator | Markus Inglin
1st AC Underwater Camera | Jeremy Marugan
Gaffer & Grip | Oliver Muff
Editing | Manuel Sieber
Colorgrading | Fabio Tozzo
Mastering & Delivery | Jonas Steinbacher

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Foley | Lucas Kötter
Sounddesign | Lucas Kötter
Sound Editing | Lucas Kötter
Recording | Lucas Kötter und Cedric Vögeli
Audio Assistant | Keanu Rether
Mastering | Michael Brändli und Manuel Felder
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Forest Gardening in an Urban Setting



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Learn how to bring a little of the forest to the city and grow yourself an abundance of food, fuel, fibre, and farm-aceuticals. By creating a forest garden in your own backyard and using the structure and layers of a natural forest, you can combine a vegetable plot with a herb garden, a textile plantation, an orchard, and timber stand, all in one glorious space! Travis Philps of River City Farms outlines what a forest garden is, why it is beneficial, how to make one, and show examples of existing urban forest gardens. Travis is an accredited environmental and ecosystems management technician, a partner of an intentional community outside of Lindsay, Ontario called Greenshire Eco Farms, and owner and operator of River City Farms, which produces vegetables, herbs, and fruit in both urban and rural forest gardens in Peterborough County, Canada. This presentation was recorded on March 20, 2016, at Richters Herbs.

Rooftop Garden Installation by Life Green Systems



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How to Trim Mum Plants for More Roundness : Gardening With Mums



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Series Description: Mums are among the most beautiful types of plants that you can grow in and around your yard for a number of different interesting reasons. Get tips on gardening with mums with help from an experienced decor expert in this free video series.

The Chainsmokers – Inside Out ft. Charlee (Audio)



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Pansy and Viola



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October 28, 2018

The growers are getting ready for a busy fall season. So what should you plant? In my opinion… pansies and violas. Matrix pansies have quickly become one of the Southeast’s leading cool season bedding plants. There is a wide range of colors available. Many have the traditional blotch, sometimes known as being faced. This is the dark coloration of the lower flower petals. A really attractive group of Matrix flowers have the clear colors. These flowers don’t have a blotch, and really flash pure color. In my opinion, Matrix pansies are the best for gardeners in Mississippi. These pansies have freely branching growth habits and will about eight inches tall and wide. When massed together, as pansies were meant to be planted, they create an impressive colorful landscape carpet. My other favorite fall bedding plant is the viola, but most gardeners I know call them by their common name… Johnny Jump-up. Violas are good choices for both landscape and containers. The Penny Citrus mix is a prolific flower producer. Flower colors include cream, orange, primrose, yellow and yellow frost. I really like the Penny Azure, which is a gorgeous white and bright blue flower with purple streaks. Sorbet violas look great mass planted like these sunny Sorbet yellow or colorful Sorbet orange or blinding bright Sorbet white. There are really nice multi-colors like Sorbet Jump Up Mix as well. The viola can easily thrive from Thanksgiving all of the way through Easter. Pansy or viola…..whichever you choose, I know you won’t be disappointed. I’m horticulturist Gary Bachman, and I’ll see you next time on Southern Gardening.

Costa’s Guide to Household Composting



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This short tutorial presented by Planet Ark ambassador Costa Georgiadis will tell you everything you need to know about composts and worm farms for the home.

Australian households can find organics recycling options in their local area by visiting or calling 1300 733 712.

Plants You Can Grow From Cuttings and Leaves That gives excellent Results



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Growing new plants from cuttings is a great way to increase your stock in a relatively short time. Rooted cuttings are often sturdier than seedlings, and come to maturity faster, many of them bearing flowers and fruits much earlier than seedlings.
Plants grown from cuttings are exact clones of the parent plant, so you know exactly what you’re growing, which is not the case with seed-grown plants.

When selecting a stem from the mother-plant, you should look for young, green growth. Young stems will always root better than more mature, woodier stems.
Cut just below a node (the joint where a leaf meets the stem) with a sharp pair of scissors. As an added precaution against contamination
You could also sterilize them with rubbing alcohol.
Plants send out new roots from nodes, so by exposing some of the node’s interior, you increase the chances of your new plant sending out a root from that node.
While the new plant need leaves to provide energy through photosynthesis, too many leaves will compete with the plant’s efforts to send out new roots. Leaving only 2-leaves is a good option.

Following plant cuttings give excellent results.

1. Rose.
Take 10-inch long hardwood cuttings of pencil thickness in fall and plant out in the chosen location. Water the cuttings thoroughly until winter.

2. Hydrangea.
Take 4-inch long tip cuttings carrying 3-4 pairs of leaves. Remove the lowest pair and trim the stem closer to the node. Insert into moist rooting medium and cover with plastic sheet. You can trim the larger-leaves by 3/4th to reduce water-loss through evaporation.

3.Geranium.
6-8 inches long cuttings can be rooted, but it helps if the parent plant is allowed to wilt slightly prior to taking the cuttings. Withdraw water for a week and then take the cuttings 12-hours after watering the plant. The rehydrated stems take root more easily.

4.Snake-plant.
2-3 inch sections of the leaf can be used to make new plants. You can thus make a large number of plants from one parent plant. The only problem with this method of propagation is that the new plants will not carry the original variegation. Sections of rhizomes should be planted to retain the variegation.

5.Rex Begonia.
All you need to grow these big-leaved beauties is a single leaf. Make a few slashes on the prominent veins on the underside of the leaf and lay it on a moist bed of peat-moss and sharp sand in equal proportions. Weight the leaf down with a few pebbles so that the cut edges remain in contact with the bed. Keep in a warm, well-lit place and watch the new plants appearing at these cut edges.

Some of the other popular plants that can be grown from cuttings include: lavender, Comfrey, Philodendrons, Holly, Fuchsia and many others.

Almost all herbs can be grown from cuttings and can be even grown in water.
Check out my other video on herbs that can be grown in water on your kitchen window-sill.

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