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Digging Deeper with Backyard Farmer| Pollinators


>>>WELCOME ONCE AGAIN TO “DIGGING DEEPER” WITH “BACKYARD FARMER.” I’M KIM TODD. TOGETHER WE WILL UNEARTH THE BIGGEST TOPICS IN NEBRASKA’S GARDENING WORLD. TODAY WE’LL BE LOOKING AT SOME OF THE MOST IMPORTANT INSECTS ON THE PLANET. OUR POLLINATORS MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR US TO EAT ALMOST EVERYTHING THAT COMES OUT OF THE GARDEN. * >>IT’S JUST AMAZING TO SEE THE AMOUNT OF INTEREST THAT HAS BEEN GENERATED PRETTY MUCH ACROSS AT LEAST THE UNITED STATES IF NOT THE PLANET IN BUGS. ANYONE SECRETARIES AND PARTICULARLY THE ONES THAT ARE POLLINATORS. I THINK THERE ARE PROBABLY A LOT OF MISCONCEPTIONS. SO LET’S TALK A LITTLE BIT ABOUT WHAT IS A POLLINATOR.>>GREAT. SO A POLLINATOR IS AN ANIMAL THAT CAN MOVE POLLEN FROM THE MALE PART OF THE PLANT TO THE FEMALE PART, AND THAT CAUSES FERTILIZATION TO OCCUR, AND THAT RESULTS IN FRUIT OR SEEDS. AND THAT IS HOW THE PLANT BENEFITS FROM THE POLLINATOR. THE POLLINATOR BENEFITS FROM GETTING NECTAR AND POLLEN REWARDS FROM THE PLANT.>>SO THE REAL MISCONCEPTION IS PROBABLY THAT IT HAS TO BE A BEE.>>YES. THAT’S CORRECT. THERE ARE A LOT OF INSECTS THAT CAN POLLINATE A PLANT. BUT BEES ARE THE MOST EFFECTIVE POLLINATORS BECAUSE THEY’RE SO FURRY, THEY GOT HAIRS THAT CAN GATHER THAT POLLEN AND MORE EFFECTIVELY TRANSFER THEM FROM ONE PLANT TO ANOTHER. BUT YES, WE HAVE OTHER INSECTS THAT HAVE HAIRS, MAYBE NOT AS FUZZY BUT THERE ARE FLIES AND BEATLES, AND BUTTERFLIES THAT CAN POLLINATE.>>ARE THEY AFTER — WHAT ARE THEY AFTER EXACTLY? ARE THEY AFTER THE POLLEN? WE HEAR NECTAR. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE? THEY NEED TO TRANSFER THE POLLEN. THEY WANT THE NECK TORE.>>THEY WANT THOSE. SO NECTAR IS A CARBOHYDRATE SOURCE. IT’S THEIR ENERGY SOURCE. THEY NEED THAT TO DO THE THINKS THEY NEED TO DO. THEY GET PROTEIN FROM POLLEN, AND SO THIS IS WHAT THE POLLINATORS AND A LOT OF THE BEES ARE GATHERING, THEY’RE COLLECTING POLLEN, FEEDING ON IT OR FEEDING THEIR BROOD WITH IT. SO POLLEN IS THEIR PROTEIN OR THEIR MEAT SOURCE, AND THEN NECTAR IS THEIR CARBOHYDRATE COURSE.>>ANYBODY ON A PAY LEO DIET COULD EAT JUST POLLEN?>>I DON’T KNOW ABOUT THAT. IF YOU WERE A BEE, YEAH.>>ALL RIGHT. SO MARY JANE, YOU HAVE THE PLANT PART OF THE POLLINATORS. SO TALK A LITTLE BIT ABOUT WHAT DO THOSE POLLINATORS WANT TO VISIT? AND WHAT DO WE DO TO A TRACT THEM INTO OUR LANDSCAPE?>>WELL, THEY NEED DIFFERENT PLANTS SO WE NEED TO PROVIDE PLANTS THAT ARE BLOOMING IN THE SPRING AND THE SUMMER AND THE FALL. IT’S REAL IMPORTANT TO HAVE DIVERSITY. HAVING AND YOU’LL FLOWERS, LIKE SUNFLOWERS AND ZINNIAS ARE IMPORTANT. ESPECIALLY IF YOU’RE STARTING A NEW HABITAT. MAYBE YOUR PAY REASON ILE AS AREN’T BLOOMING YET. THEY LIKE THE FOLIAGE BUT KNOW IMPORTANTLY IS THE FOLIAGE BECAUSE THAT’S WHAT THE CATERPILLARS ARE GOING TO FEED ON. SO THEY’RE REAL IMPORTANT. SO PARSLEY AND DILL SHOULD BE ADDED. AND THEN YOU NEED PERENNIALS. THERE IS A LOT OF DIFFERENT THINGS TO PICK FROM, TREES, SHRUBS, ALL ARE IMPORTANT FOR POLLINATORS. AND TO HAVE THAT DIVERSITY AND THAT BLOOMING THROUGH THE GROWING SEASON IS REAL IMPORTANT.>>ALL RIGHT. YOU MENTIONED ONE OF THE REAL ISSUES WITH POLLINATORS, AND THAT WOULD BE IF YOU WANT THE BEE, YOU GOT TO DEAL WITH THE CATERPILLAR, RIGHT? OR THE LARVA OR THE BUTTERFLY OR SOMETHING IS GOING TO BE DAMAGING THE PRODUCE. SO HOW DO WE DEAL WITH ONE EFFECTIVELY TO GET THE OTHER? THE DAMAGE THRESHOLD, DO WE JUST — YOU CA
N’T REALLY PICK AN INSECTICIDE IF YOU’RE GOING TO GO THAT DIRECTION, TO PLUCK OFF ONE THING. IS THAT CORRECT? WHAT WOULD YOU DO?>>WELL, I WOULD TRY AND ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO YOU KNOW LOWER EXPECTATIONS A LITTLE BIT. AND IT’S HARD, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU PUT ALL THAT WORK INTO THAT LANDSCAPE. OR YOU KNOW IF YOU ARE GOING TO HAVE THE BUTTERFLIES YOU NEED THE CATERPILLARS. SO PLANT EXTRA DILL. PLANT EXTRA PARSLEY. BECAUSE THERE IS PLENTY TO GO AROUND. ONCE YOU SEED THE INSECTS IN YOUR YARD, YOU KNOW, I GO OUT IN MY LANDSCAPE, I TRY EVERY NIGHT, BUT AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK TO SEE WHAT IS NEW OUT THERE. AND IT’S SO FUN, ESPECIALLY IF YOU HAVE KIDS LIKE JODI AND I DO, JUDY AND I DO, WHERE YOU GO OUT AND LOOK AND SEE WHAT IS OUT THERE. AND IT’S JUST SO FUN. SO AFTER A WHILE, YOU’RE LOOKING FOR THE INSECTS, YOU’RE LETTING SOME OF THOSE PRISTINE GARDENS BREATHE, KIND OF GO TO THE WAYSIDE BECAUSE YOU GOT NEW DREAMS. YOU GOT NEW THINGS YOU’RE SEEING. AND IT’S SO FUN. AND SO IT’S SOMETIMES HARD TO MAKE THAT CHANGE, BUT IT’S WORTH IT, IT’S FOR THE HEALTH OF YOUR LANDSCAPE. IT’S FOR YOUR HEALTH, TOO. SO IT’S IMPORTANT.>>SO JUDY, PEOPLE ARE ASKING QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW TO ATTRACT POLLINATORS AND SPECIFIC POLLINATORS INTO THEIR LANDSCAPE. WE GOT A COUPLE QUESTIONS THIS WEEK. IN FACT, FOR BECOME BECOME ABOUT MASON BEES. WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMON PENTAGONS AND WHAT SHOULD PEOPLE WHO REALLY DON’T WANT TO DO UNLV LABS DO THINGS, WHAT SHOULD THEY DO?>>ACTUALLY THERE ARE — THERE IS ABOUT 20,000 SPECIES OF BEES IN THE WORLD, 4,000 IN NORTH AMERICA, BUT WE IN NEBRASKA PROBABLY HAVE ABOUT FOUR TO 500. WE’RE STILL WORKING ON TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT THOSE SPECIES ARE. BUT THERE IS A LOT OF VARIETY IN THEIR LIFE HISTORY, THEIR FORGING BEHAVIORS, THEIR PREFERENCES. WE ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO PLANT A LOT, BE VERY THOUGHTFUL ABOUT YOUR PLANTING, ABOUT DIVERSIFYING WHEN THE PLANTS ARCH BLOOMING, WHETHER THEY’RE PRODUCING NECTAR OR POLLEN FOR THE BEES, AND CONSIDER THOSE PLANTS LIKE MARY MENTIONED, THERE IS NEED FOR HOST PLANTS, SO CATERPILLARS, FOR THE BUTTERFLIES, BUT THERE IS NEED FOR NESTING MATERIAL. CONSIDER THAT SOME OF THE DAMAGING — DAMAGES THAT YOU SEE THE INSECTS ARE CAUSING ON ROSES OR OTHER PLANTS THEY COULD BE THE BEAUTIFUL LITTLE BEES THAT ARE UTILIZING THOSE PLANT MATERIALS FOR NESTING MATERIALS. SO DAMAGE DOES HAPPEN IN THE GARDEN, BUT IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE SEEN AS DAMAGE. IT CAN BE SEEN AS REALLY COOL STUFF. FOR EXAMPLE, YOU GOT THE MASON BEE HERE, AND THEY WILL NEST IN STEMS. AND THEY’RE CALLED MASON BEES.>>A LITTLE BIT MORE.>>THERE YOU GO.>>PERFECT.>>HERE. THESE ARE YOUR MASON BEES. AND THESE YOU’RE YOUR LEAF CUTTER BEES AND THESE ARE REALLY COOL EXAMPLES OF STEM NESTING BEES. YOU CAN BASICALLY DRILL A HOLE IN A WOOD BLOCK, AND ATTRACT YOUR POLLINATORS TO YOUR GARDEN. THESE HOLES CAN VARY IN DIAMETER. SOMETIMES THEY’RE FROM 3/8THS TO AN INCH TO — YOU KNOW, THEY CAN BE EVEN AS WIDE AS HALF OF AN INCH. BUT THIS VARYING HOLE SIZE WILL ATTRACT THESE BEES AT DIFFERENT SIZES. AND THEN YOU CAN WITH YOUR KIDS AND YOUR FAMILY ACTUALLY SEE WHAT TYPES OF BEES ARE NESTING IN THE — IN YOUR LITTLE DOMICILE BECAUSE MASON BEES WILL USE MUD, RESIN BEES WILL USE RESIN. THIS IS AN OLD NEST FROM LAST REAR. HERE IS RESIN BREW CHAMBERS. THEY’LL LINE THE CHAMBER WITH THE MATERIAL. THEY’LL PROVISION IT WITH POLLEN, LAY AN EGG AND THAT LARVA WILL GROW IN THAT CHAMBER. AND THEY’LL BE ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, USUALLY BETWEEN FIVE AND EIGHT LITTLE BROOD SEGMENTS. YOU CAN SEE ONE STARTING THIS YEAR, AND THIS IS A LEAF BEE, AND THEY CUT LITTLE PIECES OF LEAF AND USE THAT TO LINE THEIR BREACH CHAMBER. THERE IS A LOT OF COOL STUFF YOU CAN SEE FROM THE GARDEN, AND IF YOU’RE NOT TOO WORRIED ABOUT HOLES IN YOUR LEAF YOU CAN ENJOY WATCHING THE INSECT AND HOW THEY UTILIZE YOUR GARDEN AND DIFFERENT PARTS OF THOSE PLANTS.>>YOU MENTIONED THE LEAF CUTTER BEE. THAT ONE LOVES ROSES IN PARTICULAR, MARY JANE, WHICH ROSE IS A GOOD IDEA IN A GARDEN FOR ANY REASON FOR ANYBODY WHO HAS ROSE GLOVES? IN CASE YOU PRUNE? IS THAT ONE OF THE ONES YOU WOULD SUGGEST TO PEOPLE? YOU KNOW, I DO HAVE ROSES IN MY GARDEN. THEY WERE THERE WHEN I BOUGHT MY PROPERTY, AND WHAT I FIRST NOTICED THAT I HAD LEAF CUTTER BEES BECAUSE I WENT AFTER THOSE ROSE LEAVES, AND ANOTHER ONE THEY LIKE IS ASH TREES. BUT IF YOU — I WAS NOTICING THE HOLES SO I WOULD GO OUT AND I WOULD LOOK, AND THEY WERE SO FAST THAT I WOULD — WOULDN’T SEE WHERE THEY WERE GOING, AND THEY WERE JUST GONE. BUT I WOULD SEE THE HOLE SO I KNEW THEY WERE COMING THROUGH. AND SO THAT WAS SO EXCITING TO HAVE — I GOT LEAF CUTTER BEES. SO I THINK AFTER A WHILE, YOU GET OVER THE DAMAGE, BECAUSE THEY DON’T REALLY AFFECT THE FLOWER. SOMETIMES THEY’LL TAKE PEDALS BUT IT’S USUALLY THE LEAVES. THE PLANTS ARE FINE. IT DOESN’T HURT THEM AT ALL.>>THAT IS A FUN ONE BECAUSE IT LOOKS LIKE A PAPER PUNCH, WHICH HAPPENED. SO YOU HAVE ALL SORTS OF VARIOUS OTHER ITEMS HERE THAT HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH POLLINATORS.>>YUP. THIS WAS A NEST THAT HAS THE PEDAL AND IT’S RED. YOU CAN’T TELL BUT THEY ALREADY EMERGED OUT OF THESE HOLES. BUT YOU CAN ALSO SUPPLY YOUR GARDEN WITH A LITTLE NATIVE BEE NEST THAT IS CONSTRUCTED OF BAMBOO STICKS. THIS IS ACTUALLY FRAGMENTS, SO — WE REMOVED IT, NOT A LOT OF EXCESS, SO WE PUT THEM IN THE HOUSING AREA. JUST KEEP IN MIND WE USUALLY USE BAM OBAMBOO STICKS. IF YOU HAVE AN OPEN TUBE LIKE THIS YOU WANT TO HAVE A BACK ROOM TO IT SO THAT THESE BEES THAT ARE NESTING IN THE STEMS AREN’T GETTING — HAVING TO WATCH THEIR BACKS TO WALK AND OTHER PREDATORY INSECTS.>>A GREAT PROJECT FOR KIDS TO DO.>>WONDERFUL.>>ABSOLUTELY. SO THAT REALLY BRINGS UP ANOTHER SORT OF INTERESTING CONCERN PEOPLE HAVE, AND THAT WOULD BE SO MANY PEOPLE ARE FREAKED OUT BY BEES. THEY DON’T WANT — THIS IS TRUE EVEN IN SCHOOLS. I KNOW A LOT OF SCHOOLS ARE WANTING TO DO POLLINATOR GARDENS BUT THE NEXT COMMENT IS BUT WE DON’T WANT BEES. SO THIS COULD POTENTIALLY HELP COUNTERACT THAT? AND YOU ACTUALLY BROUGHT SOME BUMBLIES.>>I DIDDER.>>IF YOU WANT TO BRING THE BOX UP AND OPEN IT, ONE LID, NOT BOTH LIDS. SO WE DON’T HAVE TO MAKE –>>ALL RIGHT.>>THIS IS A GREAT TIME, BY THE WAY, FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE WATCHING US ON FACEBOOK, WE WANT YOUR COMMENT. WE WANT YOUR QUESTIONS. WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE ARE PROVIDING FOR YOU AND DIGGING DEEPER THE KINDS OF INFORMATION THAT YOU WOULD LIKE. SO COMMENT AWAY, AND TELL US WHAT YOU LIKE AND WHAT YOU DON’T. SO THERE THEY GO.>>YUP. THIS IS — THESE ARE BUMBLEBEES. THESE ARE UNDERGROUND NESTING BEES. NORMALLY YOU WOULD FIND THEM IN THE GROUND OR OFTENTIMES THIS WAS ACTUALLY TAKEN FROM A COMPOST PILE. THEY LIKE TO FIND VACANT RODENT NESTS OR LOOSE GRASS PILES TO KIND OF BOROUGH IN THERE. SO OFTENTIMES YOU’RE GARDENING AND YOU HEAR BUZZING AND YOU DISTURB A NEST YOU’LL KNOW FOR SURE.>>IS THAT BEFORE YOU RUN?>>YES. BUMBLEBEES HAVE STINGERS AND THEY DON’T LOSE THEIR STINGERS. MINNESOTA HONEY BEES WILL STING ONE. MOST OF THESE BEES WON’T BE STINGING, AND SO THESE NATIVE BEES WILD BEE NESTS ARE GREAT FOR YOUR GARDEN. THEY’RE NOT AGGRESSIVE. WHEN YOU’RE IN THE GARDEN, AND YOU SEE BEES FORGING, THEY’RE NOT AGGRESSIVE EITHER. THEY’RE NOT DEFENDING A HOME AND SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THEM. WE ENCOURAGE PEOPLE NOT TO SWAT AT THEM BECAUSE THAT WILL MAKE THEM FEEL LIKE YOU’RE THREATENING THEM OR TRYING TO KILL THEM. YOU JUST ENJOY YOUR GARDEN, LET THEM FLY AROUND, THEY MIGHT BUZZ AROUND YOUR HEAD AND THAT’S IT. USUALLY UNLESS YOU ARE THREATENING THEM, SQUASHING THEM, STEPPING ON THEM, OR KICKING UP THEIR MESS, THEY’RE TYPICALLY BUSY AS A BEE JUST DOING THEIR THING.>>SO TO SPEAK.>>EXACTLY.>>MARY JANE, GRAB YOUR FLOWERS OVER HERE, AND TALK A LITTLE BIT ABOUT YOU KNOW THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO THINK THEY HAVE TO BE NATIVE PLANTS FOR THE POLLINATORS TO LOVE THEM, AND THE RESEARCH IS PROVING OTHERWISE. SO AGAIN, IT’S THAT DIVERSITY. TALK ABOUT WHAT YOU GOT.>>I GOT A FEW NATIVES HERE. WE GOT BLOOMING MISCELLANEOUS, SO A COUPLE DIFFERENT TYPES OF PEN STAY MINUTE. I GOT BEE BALM, SO BEES LOVE IT. I HAVE A COUPLE CONE FLOWERS, COME IN DIFFERENT COLORS. AND PURPLE PUPPY MELLOW HERE. AND THEN I REALIZED I HAD A LOT OF PEAK, SO I THOUGHT I BETTER AT LEAST HAVE A YELLOW, SO I GOT A BLANKET FLOWER. AND THEN JUST STARTING TO BLOOM, NOT QUITE THERE YET, IS KULL BEER BERTH’S ROOT, ONE OF MY FAVORITES. IT’S A REAL TALL, ELEGANT PLANT FOR THE LANDSCAPE. DEFINITELY WANT TO CONSIDER. BUT LIKE WE WERE TALKING ABOUT THAT, YOU DON’T HAVE TO HAVE JUST NATIVE PLANTS. SOMETHING LIKE TALL SEEDUM IS POPULAR. WE HAD ALL THE PAINTED LADIES. THEY LOVE THE TALL SEEDUM. THAT IS GREAT TO HAVE IN A POLLINATOR HABITAT.>>AND I KNOW YOU MENTIONED EARLIER TOO THAT VERY EARLY SPRING AND CERTAINLY IN THE SPRING FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT FRUIT NEED THOSE — IF IT’S NOT WIND POLLINATED WHICH MOST TREES ARE NOT WIND POLLINATED, YOU GOT TO HAVE THOSE EARLY POLLINATORS. SO HAVING SOMETHING ELSE FOR THEM TO ENJOY IS A GOOD IDEA. ALL RIGHT. SO WHAT CAN HOMEOWNERS DO TO GET MORE INFORMATION FOR STARTERS, WHETHER IT IS ON THE POLLINATORS THEMSELVES, OR THEIR HABITAT? WHAT CAN THEY DO TO DO THAT?>>YOU WANT TO START?>>YES.>>WE HAVE A POLLINATOR –>>HABITAT.>>THANK YOU. POLLINATOR HABITAT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM, AND ON THERE WE HAVE A REALLY NICE LIST OF PLANTS. AND IT COVERS ALL THE SEASONS, SPRING, SUMMER AND FALL. AND SO TAKE A LOOK AT THAT LIST, AND THEN IF YOU DECIDE YOU WANT TO CERTIFY THE APPLICATION IS RIGHT THERE, AND WE HAVE NEARLY 80 SITES IN NEBRASKA, SO WE’RE EXCITED ABOUT THAT. SO MANY PEOPLE ARE INTERESTED IN STARTING POLLINATOR HABITATS. SO THAT IS DEFINITELY — IT’S LOCATED ON THE UNL ENTOMOLOGIST PAGE. THE LANCASTER COUNTY PAGE HAS A LOT OF INFORMATION ON POLLINATORS. AND.>> : HAS PUT A LOT ON THERE FOR US. A COUPLE OTHER SITES THAT I LIKE TO GO TO, AND ALSO THE POLLINATOR PARTNERSHIP IS ANOTHER REALLY GOOD SITE TO VISIT.>>YOU MENTIONED THE BEE LAB,ENT MOLE I DIDN’T.>>I LIKE THIS. ATTRACTING NATIVE POLLINATORS, THIS IS AN EXCELLENT ONE, AND THEN I LIKE THE BEES IN YOUR BACKYARD BECAUSE IT’S A FUN LITTLE FIELD GUY FOR THAT. THERE ARE A LOT OF SOURCES AVAILABLE AT UNLV LAB. THERE ARE CLASSES THAT YOU CAN TAKE IN TERMS OF LEARNING ABOUT POLLINATOR HABITATS, AND THEN BEE KEEPING. YOU DON’T NEED TO LEARN HOW TO KEEP HONEY BEES, BECAUSE WE REALLY ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO GO OUT THERE AND JUST PLANT NICE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS THAT LAST, YOU KNOW, THROUGHOUT THE SEASON, HAVING PLANTS THAT SUPPLY POLLEN IN THE SPRING IS REALLY CRITICAL FOR THE SPRING BEES, BECAUSE THEY USE THAT POLLEN AGAIN FOR PROTEIN, BUT REALLY IS TO FEED THEIR BROOD AND TO REALLY DEVELOP THEIR COLONY FOR THE SOCIAL COLONIES, FOR THE SOCIAL BEES LIKE HONEY BEES AND BUMBLEBEES. AND THE NECTAR SOURCES ARE CRITICAL THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. THE HEIGHT, THE COLOR, THE SIZE, THE SHAPE, THAT WILL DO A LOT TO ATTRACT AS MANY AS THESE DIFFERENT TYPES OF BEES AS POSSIBLE AND POLLINATORS, BUTTERFLIES.>>AND IF YOU WANT TO SEE EVERYTHING IN ACTION, OF COURSE, COME TO THE BECOM “BACKYARD FARMER” GARDEN, BECAUSE WE HAVE SOMETHING STARTING IN MARCH OR APRIL, GOING WELL INTO THE FALL, AND ENOUGH PATHS, I THINK, THAT PEOPLE PEOPLE WHO MIGHT HAVE A LITTLE BIT OF FEAR OF SOME — CAN STAY SORT OF IN THE MIDDLE OF THAT PATH. AND WATCH AND LOOK AND SEE WHAT FLOWERS ARE GETTING VISITED BY WHAT SORTS OF INSECTS AND BRING CHILDREN AS YOU BOTH SAID, AND HAVE THEM ENJOY THAT SO THEY’RE NOT AFRAID OF THAT. AND WE WILL BE DOING MORE ON POLLINATORS ON “BACKYARD FARMER” DURING THE SUMMER. I KNOW MARY JANE YOU HAVE A — IS IT RELATIVELY NEW, YOUR POLLINATOR HABITAT AT LANCASTER?>>WE HAVE A CHERRY CREEK POLLINATOR HABITUATER PLANT, WHICH WE GOT NATIVE PLANTS, SOLITARY BEE HOUSE. SO IT’S ABOUT 6-YEARS-OLD.>>ALREADY.>>IT’S BEEN SO MUCH FUN. WE’RE OUT THERE AS MUCH AS WE CAN TO ENJOY IT, BECAUSE WE JUST LOVE TO — EVERY WEEK THERE IS SOMETHING NEW. IT’S FUN.>>AND YOU GUYS WILL BE SURE THAT YOU ALWAYS LET US KNOW OF ANYTHING GOING ON, AND WE WILL, OF COURSE, ANNOUNCE IT ON BACKYARD OR HAVE PEOPLE VISIT ANYTHING THAT YOU DO TOO ON CAMPUS.>>ABSOLUTELY.>>YOU KNOW, THAT IS UNFORTUNATELY ALL THE TIME WE HAVE FOR “DIGGING DEEPER” WITH “BACKYARD FARMER” TONIGHT. YOU CAN WATCH A NEW “DIGGING DEEPER” EVERY SUNDAY AT 6:30 P.M. CENTRAL. DO NOT MIX “BACKYARD FARMER” FARMER LIVE. LIVE.

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