Changing Colors.

first_imgOn next “Gardening in Georgia” (May 30 and June 2 on Georgia Public Television), host Walter Reeves will demonstrate how you can change French hydrangea blooms’ color with simple adjustments in the soil chemistry.Reeves will show, too, how to attract hummingbirds to your garden by placing feeders in your landscape. Four guests will also add greatly to this week’s show: Walter Reeves Wayne McLaurin discusses the best sweet potato varieties to plant in Georgia gardens. He’s a horticulturist with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.Jim Midcap, also a CAES horticulturist, describes Mt. Airy fothergilla. This colorful landscape plant was a 1994 Georgia Gold Medal Winner.Nina Eckberg is a Cobb County agent with the UGA Extension Service. She tells about the life cycle of the lady beetle, one of the more famous beneficial insects.And Jerry Robinson gives his keys to success in planting a bed of summer annuals. Robinson is a Master Gardener and a manager at the Georgia Experiment Station Research & Education Garden in Griffin, Ga. UGA CAES File Photo Wednesdays, Saturdays on GPTV”Gardening in Georgia” is produced by the CAES and GPTV specifically for gardeners in Georgia. It airs each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. and again on Saturday at 12:30 p.m.last_img read more

3 ways to create an experience your members will love

first_img continue reading » Rising customer expectations and new technology innovations are disrupting the banking experience as we know it.To stand apart in this increasingly competitive landscape brimming with scrappy, digital-first fintech brands, consider new ways to create an experience your members will love.1. Make Dreams PossibleFinances are intimately connected to your members’ hopes and dreams, but you can’t comprehend to what degree until you better understand what they are truly feeling. This means taking an in-depth look at not just their behaviors, but their beliefs, priorities, and fears, too.Gather data from digital tools and feedback channels. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img

Cricket News MS Dhoni tells Virat Kohli ‘Don’t be late’ for CSK vs RCB encounter in IPL 2019

first_imghighlights New Delhi: Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore is the marquee clash in the Indian Premier League. It is dubbed the ‘Kaveri Derby’ or the ‘Ashes of the South’. The rivalry between these two sides has captivated cricket fans in India. It helps that the franchise has massive fan followings on social media. In IPL 2019, the opening game is a cracker, with Chennai Super Kings taking on Royal Challengers Bangalore at the MA Chidambaram stadium. The fact that the teams are led by MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli respectively gives this encounter top billing. Recently, on the official Twitter handle of the IPL, there was a video made which built-up the frenzy of the Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore clash.In the video, fans of both the franchises are trying their level best to outdo each other in all walks of life. Sparks are flying and the atmosphere is absolutely electric. Towards the end, the crescendo is built with both CSK and RCB fans going after each other on the street. On the rooftop above, both Kohli and Dhoni are enjoying the atmosphere with a cup of tea. Dhoni tells Kohli towards the end, ‘Don’t be late’. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Chennai Super Kings have a 14-7 advantage against Royal Challengers Bangalore.Chennai Super Kings have won six consecutive games against RCB.CSK last played RCB in the 2013 IPL encounter. Chennai Super Kings, who were banned for two years from the Indian Premier League along with Rajasthan Royals in the wake of the spot-fixing scandal, returned in grand style in the 2018 edition of the tournament as they won the final against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Mumbai to clinch the title for the third time.Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore have faced each other 22 times in the Indian Premier League, with MS Dhoni’s side winning 14 encounters while RCB have won just seven times. Dhoni’s side has won six consecutive encounters against Kohli’s side. The last encounter between these two sides that took place at the MA Chidambaram stadium was way back in 2013 and it was a thriller. Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers smashed fifties as Royal Challengers Bangalore reached 165/6. In response, Ravindra Jadeja kept Chennai Super Kings in the hunt with a brilliant knock and in the last over, CSK needed 16 runs and it was going to be bowled by RP Singh.Jadeja smashed a four and a six off the first two balls and CSK needed six off four balls. The equation boiled down to two runs off one ball and Jadeja upper-cut a short ball to third man where he was caught. RCB had thought that they had won the game but RP Singh had overstepped. Jadeja had crossed for the run and in a bizarre way, CSK had won the match by four wickets with one ball to spare. The hope from all the fans is that CSK vs RCB provides more thrills in the coming matches.last_img read more

Haiti tame Lady Jags 3-0 in CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship quarter-finals

first_imgGUYANA’S exceptional run in this year’s CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship came to an end yesterday in the quarter-finals, when they went down 3-0 to Haiti in the Dominican Republic.It was Guyana’s second defeat at the tournament, following their 3-0 loss to Mexico in the competition’s group stage.Haiti encountered the contest of the tournament’s most prolific goal-scoring teaming, finding the net 34 times in four outings. Along with the USA, they are the only team to not concede a goal.Melchie Dumoornay netted a hat-trick (15th, 54th, 60th) for the women from the French-speaking province of the dual-country Island, who would move on to play the winners of the clash between Trinidad & Tobago and Mexico in the semi-finals.For Guyana, they would leave the tournament, which also serves as a qualifier for the 2020 FIFA Women’s U-20 World Cup, with their heads held high, especially after becoming the first Youth team from Guyana to reach the knockout stage of any major tournament on the international scene.last_img read more