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August 21, 2021
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8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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Jay Harper talks about the record monsoon rainfall that has greened up the area and excessive amounts of weeds for those who didn’t use pre-emergent.

Right time to begin tilling your garden.  The rain has softened the soil to make it easier.

Discussion of the proper way to apply pre-emergent for weed control and safety for pets.

Neighbor’s neglect of weeds can become a problem for weeds on your property.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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We all see water at its point of use.  But in reality, water is infinitly recyclable.  We discuss the broadening perspective of water.

How water planning in Arizona dates back to the 1800’s

Thinking ‘outside the box’.  Discussion of the need for water to create electricity in turn makes the power to transport the water.

How Palo Verde Nuclear Power Plants use of reclaimed water has a direct connection to Supercooling your home.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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Jennifer’s ‘Living In Place’ segment on things to consider to avoid elderly parents and friends from falling.  Including a fall prevention device called a Super Pole.

What Stumped Rosie This Week?  Discussion of what to do with unwanted surface rain water and how or if you can drain it

8/21/21 (running time 8-11AM)

Outdoor Living Hour: Notes from the Nursery

Notes From the Nursery with Jay Harper! With the start of Fall rapidly approaching, it’s time to talk about transitioning your gardens once again! Joins us as we chat with Mr. Harper about #FallGardenPrep.

On The House Topic: Record Rainfall Doesn’t Mean Reducing Water Conservation Efforts

Water has been the big topic throughout Arizona and at Rosie on the House over the past few weeks. We have had an abundance of much-needed rain. Our state broke quite a few rainfall records this year; Tucson International Airport set one of several records this season with 5.88 inches of rain through July 25. And the monsoon season is not over. BUT, don’t think we can leave the dust behind. Just because much of Arizona received record rainfall to date, doesn’t mean that we are flush with water. We still need to conserve what we have…

WEEKLY BLOG ARTICLE>>

Homeowner Topic: Open Home! 

Chat with Rosie & Romey! Got a Question? Call in!

Weekly To-Do Topic:

#MonsoonPrep | Special Guest and Rosie-Certified Partner Tyler Johnson of Johnson Roofing joins us! This monsoon season is making up for the NONsoon of last season! We’ll be prepping for that next monsoon storm at Rosie on the House. If you haven’t had your roof inspected yet, you really might want to.. READ MORE>>

 

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