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    WESTCO Zephyrs excited to be back on the diamond – Scottsbluff Star Herald - June 4, 2020 by admin

    The WESTCO Zephyr players were happy to be on the field practicing as a unit for the first time in three months.

    While the players were excited to be on the green grass of Cleveland Field in 90-plus temperatures, WESTCO Zephyr head coach Jeremiah Luber was equally excited to be back on the field after an unusual coronavirus-inflicted break.

    I am excited. It is 95 degrees out here and it is baseball weather, Luber said. All the guys have an extra pep in their step and excited to be here. It is a little different because normally when we are out here for the first practice, you have a couple layers on and it is chilly, and today we have some good baseball weather.

    The make-up of the WESTCO teams are unknown for now, but one thing that Luber is pleased with is the numbers that are trying out for a spot on one of the three teams WESTCO will field this year.

    We had a spike in numbers and excited about that, he said. We are planning on 35 to as many as 38 guys trying out. We are planning on having three teams and we are really excited about that. We have a big group of eighth graders coming up that will be able to field their own team.

    Last year, WESTCO started a third team of eight graders. The same will hold true this year.

    We have five or six guys back from last years team that had unbelievable experience, Luber said. They were the first team in six years to make the state tournament in Kearney and played some high competition. We have a good mix of young guys coming up and I am excited to come out and see these guys that I havent seen in a while. Some of these guys will be juniors and pushing for a spot with the Zephyrs.

    WESTCO will have 17 days to practice before their first games. High school teams can have their first games on June 18 and the Zephyrs will open up on that date with a trip to Wheatland, Wyoming. The Zephyrs first home game is slated for June 19 against Torrington followed by a trip to face Cheyenne Post 6 on June 23.

    The Zephyrs lose three key players from last years 31-21 team in Harold Baez, Paul Panduro, and Jack Jones.

    Key returners include Creighton Dike, Hunter McCollum, Jace Heineman, Porter Robbins, Dario Rodriguez, Tate Carson, Izaiah Torrez, Keegan Nation, and KJ Hartline.

    I can tell you just being out here that these guys are just excited to be out here after being quarantined for a little bit, Luber said. We are all just so thankful for the opportunity we get that half the states in the country dont get. We are going to come out and do the best that it works and follow the protocols and just help the guys improve and have fun playing.

    Luber said that this season will be challenging with all the rules they have to follow, but the WESTCO organization will be following the new rules to set an example with the possibility of opening up other things.

    What will be different for now is only household members can come to the game, he said. I cant look down the road to see if the guidelines might change a little bit on July 1, but where the fan seeding will be, no one will be allowed to be up in the stands so we will have fans down the rightfield line and fans down the leftfield line sectioned off where household members can come and watch. Obviously that that is disappointing, but by the end of the day, going through all these hardships, we are just trying to get out there so the kids can play baseball.

    Our parents are really supportive. I was really concerned when I saw the guidelines and how much more it would take on each household to make sure the kids can get to the game. Everyone is supportive in our program.

    Luber said the two weeks of practice will be beneficial for this team to get everyone on the right page. Come June 18, there will be a lot of baseball played in the next month and a half.

    We will be looking forward to be playing, he said. With us not being able to have contact with the guys [during the pandemic], the guys have been doing workouts at home, but I dont know how much guys have been doing, so we need that practice time to make sure we are ready to go. I was gun-ho to play as soon as possible before the guidelines but then I thought about it that these two weeks will be really good to evaluate, get the guys arms built up, and get guys back in shape.

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    Go Figure, But a ‘Convert Your Lawn to Prairie’ Webinar is the Hottest Ticket in Town – WTTW News - May 24, 2020 by admin

    Do these look like weeds? Native plants can create a beautiful landscape that's more eco-friendly than grass. (Ron Frazier / Flickr)

    You know how when Taylor Swift or the Grateful Dead, U2 or K-Pop sensations BTS sell out Soldier Field, they always seem to add another date? And then that show sells out too, so maybe they add a third? And thats not even enough to meet demand?

    Thats what it feels like to be Sarah Michehl.

    If the name doesnt ring a bell, thats because Michehl isnt a rock star. Shes a community engagement specialist with theLand Conservancy of McHenry County, a nonprofit land trust organization. Its a business-card mouthful that essentially means Michehl teaches people about nature.

    In April, with in-person instruction on hold during Illinois stay-at-home order, Michehl came up with an idea for a free onlinehow-to webinar for people interested in converting their lawn to prairie plantings. She had to cap registration at 100, because of her Zoom license, but didnt think that would be a problem.

    Well, that first session quickly reached capacity, with people signing up from as far away as Kansas and Ohio, so she scheduled a second, which promptly filled up, then a third, and a fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh.

    I just kept adding, said Michehl, who now has webinars booked into July. This is the busiest Ive ever been in my job.

    Michehl said she suspects the unexpected flood of interest has something to do with the coronavirus and people being stuck at home.

    People are getting intimately acquainted with their property, she said. Maybe something good can come out of this pandemic.

    Prairie smoke, a lower-growing native plant. (Krista Lundgren, USFWS / Flickr)

    The lawn-to-prairie movement has been steadily growing in recent years as people have become more knowledgeable about the way local ecosystems work.

    EntomologistDoug Tallamy, one of the leading proponents of native plants, explained the interconnectedness of plants and pollinators in a recentinterview withSmithsonianmagazine: Ninety percent of the insects that eat plants can develop and reproduce only on the plants with which they share an evolutionary history.

    The plight of the monarch butterfly, the caterpillars of which are totally dependent on milkweed for food, brought global attention to the decimation of native habitats and really opened the door for natives resurgence, Michehl said.

    People are ready to hear this message, she said.

    Swapping out turf for natives turns whats essentially a food desert for insects into a buffet that can support a diverse array of bees, butterflies and other tiny but vital creatures. Native plants also have far deeper roots than grass, meaning they absorb more stormwater and are more resistant to drought.

    Because 85% of land east of the Mississippi River is privately owned be it utility rights of way, school properties, farms or residential areas Michehl said educating the public about steps that individuals and private entities can take is crucial to creating eco-friendly habitat.

    We cant leave it up to state DNRs (Departments of Natural Resources) or forest preserves to make the difference, she said, because their footprint is comparatively small.

    Lawns, on the other hand, cover 40 million acres in the U.S., according to anoft-cited research articlepublished inEnvironmental Management.

    Thats where the impact is going to be made, said Michehl.

    Referencing Tallamys latest work, Natures Best Hope, Michehl said, If everybody could cut down their amount of lawn by half and turn it into native plants, we could have a homegrown national park of eco-beneficial land.

    Blazing star, a native plant. (USFWS Midwest Region / Flickr)

    Whats good for the planet isnt necessarily great for relationships between neighbors, though. Prairie lovers often find themselves at odds with adjacent property owners, the most common complaint being that the native plants look like weeds.

    Thats where Michehl and her webinar come in.

    Natives do not have to equal messy, untidy and uncared for, she said, nor should prairies low-maintenance reputation be misconstrued as no maintenance.

    The key, Michehl said, is for prairie fans to be good ambassadors of natives by choosing the appropriate plants and managing them.

    Youve got to be smart, she said. Show how beautiful sustainability can be.

    One option is to choose a quality seed mix of lower-growing plants none of that meadow in a can stuff, she said such as columbine, wild geranium and Jacobs ladder (to name a shade-loving trio). Another is to consider judicious use of sedges and grasses (grasses not grass its a key distinction), which are important to landscape design from both an ecological and aesthetic perspective, Michehl said.

    They shoot up right away, are great for weed suppression, hold soil in place and provide winter interest when all the flowers are gone, she said.

    And dont skimp on research, Michehl added.

    Natives arent interchangeable, and each plants characteristics should be taken into account before purchasing seeds or seedlings, she said. Some plants are extremely aggressive, for example, and should only be considered by people who have acres and acres of land.

    Theres an amazing book, Invasive Plants of the Upper Midwest. Thats my bible, said Michehl. Its an amazing resource for when youre wondering, Why is this thing even here? and how to control it.

    Thats just a hint of the content Michehl has incorporated into her webinar, including lessons learned from mistakes shes made at her own Crystal Lake home.

    Her first attempt at smothering the grass in her back yard a non-herbicidal way of killing grass to prep an area for prairie seeding was a hot mess, Michehl said.

    But even with mistakes, I have a thing of beauty, she said.

    Notably, Michehl has received zero pushback from neighbors.

    In fact, the one time she got tagged in one of those nosy neighborhood Facebook groups, it was by someone who wanted to copy her prairie conversion.

    On second thought, maybe she is a rock star.

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    Sharing thoughts on shopping, clover and chaotic seeding – Miami County Republic - May 24, 2020 by admin

    I am not certain about you and your family, but the nine weeks of quarantine has commenced a hankering within me to go shopping.

    Not to a mall. Not to Walmart. (Price Chopper is my favorite local place to shop because I always seem to find someone I know with whom I may chat in the social distancing style.)

    But what I REALLY crave is a trip to a flower nursery where I can meander amongst a vast array of kaleidoscopic flowers and bushes and trees. I would spend a Stimulus Checks worth of money to plant plants throughout our yard.

    Unfortunately, our check has still not arrived, so my trip to a nursery will be placed on the back burner, and new plants are not on the list of essentials right now.

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    I have planted seeds in all my gardens zinnias, marigolds, sunflowers. Some I have labeled with seed packet markers and others with little sticks poked in the ground.

    Well, some of the papers have blown away. My noble garden creatures, two cats and three dogs who wander the gardens with me as I plant, have rubbed onto or walked over or have laid upon my little stick markers.

    Now I am unsure what is planted where, and what in the world did I actually plant.

    I started with great intentions. I told myself to create a pictorial guide at the beginning of my garden adventures this spring. It was short lived. That is when chaotic seeding began.

    Last night, as I carried around half full packages of seeds, sprinkling here, sprinkling there, my husband said, You are planting things all over the place and you wont remember where anything is.

    Probably and for sure. Chaotic seeding may be the new look of the future.

    I can think of myself like the female version of Johnny Appleseed, only not with apples but with flower seeds. My name could be ummmmm Bethy Flick-a-seed. It has a nice ring to it.

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    My yard is acquiring many areas of little white clovers. I love them like I admire their predecessor, the dandelions. Both plants are living havens of hope for honey bees.

    Having clover in your yard is a wonder with reverence. Really!!! It is! I promise you!!!

    Clover is a member of the pea family like alfalfa, green beans, soybeans, honey locust trees, mimosa trees and over 20,000 other species of plants. All are good for adding nutrients to the soil.

    I had no intention to write about clovers necessity. I accidentally fell into it last night while my husband and I sat on our yard swing gazing out at our imperfect lawnery (a Beth Conner made-up word meaning the yard or lawn area around a home).

    We were looking at our thickets of clover in front of us. I mentioned how the bees would be happy and how my big tortoise would have loved eating them.

    I read an article today by Melissa Sharpova, a landscape and design expert as well as a botanist.

    She says, Clover in your yard will fix the atmospheric nitrogen into a soil fertilizer, with the root nodules and colonies of symbiotic bacteria. Rather fancy terms meaning that clover has the ability to bring up and pull together trace minerals to make your lawn better.

    This sounds good to me. When the clover decomposes, the minerals it creates will provide the lawn and soil with a more disease-free area requiring less fertilizer and weed-killer.

    This is not only great for the grass but also the streams and lakes. With less nutrient soil run-off, the waterways will be much better.

    Have you ever noticed the lakes around golf courses and heavily fertilized fields having the pond scum, or in real terms, filamentous algae? It normally means the pond is out of balance from too many synthetic nutrients placed on the surrounding field or grass.

    About 60 years ago, it became the perspective of the Lawn Masters to declare war and annihilate all broadleaf plants in a yard...good or bad. People were told, and believed, a perfect lawn was of necessity. AH, this is where the integrity of clover comes in.

    Clover is GOOD! It is not the enemy!

    If you have a clover-filled lawn, it will crowd out the broadleaf weeds you dont want. The bees will adore you and produce clover honey a much wanted variety of honey lovers.

    Also remember that clover stays green all summer long.

    Clover also allows for hours of fun searching for a four-leafed one that I am sure your children will delight in finding. It means faith, hope, love and luck.

    Dont tell them, but the chances of finding a four-leafer is 10,000 to 1.

    Five-leafed clovers are out there too, but the chances of discovering it is one million to one.

    Hey give clover a chipper chance.

    Beth Conner is a Miami County resident, teacher and outdoor enthusiast.

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    Mount Prospect’s Burning Bush detention area put to the test early – Chicago Daily Herald - May 24, 2020 by admin

    Mount Prospect has yet to see the completion of the flood relief project at Burning Bush Trails Park. But Public Works Director Sean Dorsey told the village board this week that the detention facility was pressed into premature service during Sunday's heavy rain.

    As a result, many homes in the neighborhood were spared from flooding.

    Dorsey said public works officials initially didn't want to disturb the site, which is mostly complete and is at the proper grade.

    But seeing that the manhole near Park Drive and Tano Lane had reached maximum level readings at about 6:45 p.m., public works decided to open a bulkhead, an inflatable bladder that blocks a pipe. This provided an avenue for the stormwater into the detention pond.

    "None of the grass seeding is in, so we didn't want to fill it with water and have all the dirt wash off. But given the intensity of the storm and the potential for damage, we elected to pull the bulkhead and have the detention pond take on water," Dorsey said.

    By 7:20 p.m., the water level in the manhole dropped, and extensive street flooding was avoided.

    A grateful Trustee William Grossi, who lives near Burning Bush Trails Park, thanked Dorsey, telling him, "I think you saved quite a few homes," particular on the lower section of Park Drive.

    Dorsey said the Des Plaines River at the gauge just north of Euclid Avenue crested at 19.77 feet, short of the record of 20.9 feet at that location in 2013.

    The amount of rainfall for the month was 8.25 inches, a new record for May, set last year at 8.24 inches.

    Dorsey said the village received 220 requests for service between 6 and 8 p.m. Sunday night. Some were related to storm sewers, and others for private property drainage issues and sanitary sewer backups.

    Most of the complaints, 155 total, were about street flooding.

    Almost all the issues, he said, were resolved that night.

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    Pensioner volunteers to tidy overgrown Richmond embankment – Richmondshire Today - May 24, 2020 by admin

    Ernest Brayshaw.

    A Richmond pensioner has been praised for clearly an overgrown embankment in his spare time.

    Ernest Brayshaw, 71, has been spending three hours a day clearing weeds and tidying up the bank in the towns Gallowgate, near the police, fire and ambulance stations.

    He said: I have a part-time job so have a lot of spare time on my hands.

    One day when I was fed up so I decided to do some voluntary work on Barrack Hill.

    I go there for three hours a day cutting all the brambles out and grass seeding, and putting plastic steps into work from because its so steep.

    The public have stopped and talked to me and praised my efforts. The police have said the same and given me chocolates and said how much they appreciate my efforts.

    Mr Brayshaw has so far planted wildflowers and montbretia.

    He added: I have other ideas of plants to add a bit of colour to the embankment.

    Richmond district and county councillor Stuart Parsons praised the efforts of Mr Brayshaw.

    He said: Hes done a brilliant job as it was a very untidy area.

    Yet again theres another example of during these difficult times people still finding a way to contribute to the environment and the town without endangering themselves.

    Cllr Parsons added: The excuse we always got for why it was so untidy was that they wanted it to go back to nature which is often a local authority way of saying we cant be bothered.

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    JEFF BURBRINK: The latest weed is driving homeowners nuts – Goshen News - May 20, 2020 by admin

    Last week, I had a lot of calls and pictures sent to me from people concerned about a strange, pale green grass growing in their lawn. The grass became noticeable when it began to sprout seedheads. The offending grass is named Poa annua, otherwise known as annual bluegrass.

    Poa annua is a strange weed for homeowners to wrap their brains around. It is a winter annual, meaning that it germinates in the late summer or early fall once soil temperatures fall below 70 degrees F. The seedlings grow in the fall, overwinter in a vegetative state, then flower and produce seed in late spring and early summer.

    Annual bluegrass produces a lot of seed. An individual plant is capable of producing more than 360 viable seeds. Mowing will not solve the issue, because flowering and seed production can occur at any mowing height. And once seed is produced, it may lie dormant in the soil for many years before germinating.

    Much of what we know about Poa annua comes from golf courses, where the turf managers have fought it for 50-plus years. It thrives is compacted areas. In my lawn, I see it along our gravel drive, and in trafficked areas where people, pets and the lawn tractor travel. As it got better established, it outcompetes regular bluegrass is semi-shaded or dry areas.

    Poa annua is a very adaptable plant. We now know there are also perennial types of Poa annua that will live through the stress of the summer heat, primarily in northern Illinois and Indiana.

    Of course, the question every homeowner asks is what can I spray on it to kill it now? I wish it were that simple. Once annual bluegrass seeds, the annual version dies back quickly, so spraying does little more than give you some feeling of revenge. A better tactic is to wait until fall and use seed germination preventers.

    Timing is everything with preventers. Apply a preventer too late, and the seed has already sprouted. Herbicides must be applied in early fall (early-September) prior to Poa germination. A second application will be needed in November or March to control spring germinating Poa annua. This technique may take many years to reduce the Poa annua populations and it will not be effective on the perennial type of Poa annua.

    The most effective combination of treatments is to let the lawn go dormant from drought, followed immediately by application of a preemergence herbicide. The drought will kill the existing annual bluegrass and the preemergence herbicide will prevent it from re-germinating, but it will not prevent the desired turf from greening up again. This is most effective in lawns with less than 10% annual bluegrass. This strategy drives lawn enthusiasts crazy, because the lawn is not green and lush during the heat of summer, something they take pride in.

    If you go online, you will find some herbicides labeled for use on growing Poa annua. Those products are available for professionals, not homeowners. If you hire a professional for this job, you must understand timing is absolutely critical, or a great deal of money and time can be wasted.

    We are making critical coverage of the coronavirus available for free. Please consider subscribing so we can continue to bring you the latest news and information on this developing story.

    Jeff Burbrink is a Purdue Extension educator in Elkhart County. He can be reached at 574-533-0554 or at jburbrink@purdue.edu.

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    Lawn Seed Market Development, Trends, Key Driven Factors, Segmentation And Forecast to 2020-2026 – Cole of Duty - May 20, 2020 by admin

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    Staying the course | Letters to the Editor – Frederick News Post - May 20, 2020 by admin

    I urge everyone to stay the course in maintaining distances and being sensible with the upcoming easing of some of the restrictions. Our local non-essential businesses are suffering, and I have mentioned just a few of them here in Jefferson. Please support our neighbors and maybe hum a tune while you are at it.

    On the first day of quarantine, Little Red Barn sold to me: a big scoop of yummy ice cream.

    On the second day of quarantine, Brookside Inn sold to me: 2 takeout meals.

    On the third day of quarantine, Middletown Valley Bank lent to me: a 3-month loan.

    On the fourth day of quarantine, Jefferson Auto Service sold to me: 4 brand new tires.

    On the fifth day of quarantine, Hemps Meats sold to me: 5 juicy steaks.

    On the sixth day of quarantine, Jefferson Archery sold to me: 6 brand new arrows.

    On the seventh day of quarantine, Dunkin Donuts sold to me: 7 jelly doughnuts.

    On the eighth day of quarantine, Jefferson Market sold to me: 8 rolls of TP.

    On the ninth day of quarantine, H.C. Summers sold to me: 9 bags of grass seed.

    On the tenth day of quarantine, Farmers Daughter Bakery sold to me: 10 awesome pastries.

    On the eleventh day of quarantine, Watsons Carry-out sold to me: 11 chicken pieces.

    On the twelfth day of quarantine, Adriennes Flower Delights sold to me: 12 long stem roses ...

    11 chicken pieces, 10 awesome pastries, 9 bags of grass seed, 8 rolls of TP, 7 jelly doughnuts, 6 brand new arrows, 5 juicy steaks, 4 brand new tires, a 3-month loan, 2 takeout meals and a big scoop of yummy ice cream.

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    Rewatch Virginia Basketballs 2014 ACC tournament title on Facebook – Streaking The Lawn - May 20, 2020 by admin

    Clear your schedules, you have plans on Wednesday night. On May 20, Joe Harris, Akil Mitchell, and London Perrantes will take part in a rewatch of the Cavaliers 2014 ACC tournament win over Duke. The game will be broadcast via the ACCs official Facebook page and Twitter account.

    Virginias tournament title came after wins over Florida State, Pittsburgh, and Duke. The Cavaliers were the No. 1 seed in the tournament after finishing first in the regular season with a record of 16-2 in conference play. It was Virginias first ACC tournament title since 1976, and the Wahoos would go on to earn a No. 1 seed and make the Sweet Sixteen.

    Joe Harris was named tournament MVP with teammates Malcolm Brogdon, Anthony Gill, and Akil Mitchell joining him on the All-Tournament teams.

    Against Duke, the Cavaliers shot 45% from the field and got 23 points from Brogdon. Harris chipped in 15 points, with Gill adding 12.

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