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If you like this podcast, then you will not want to miss the premiere sustainable winegrowing event of the year – the Sustainable Ag Expo. Cliff Ohmart, Principal at Ohmart Consulting Services has helped Vineyard Team bring together the nation's top researchers to present at the Expo for a number of years. In today's podcast, you will get a preview of the topics and speakers for this year's event. Enjoy the perfect blend of in-person and online learning. Speak directly with national experts, earn over 20 hours of continuing education (including 18 hours of DPR), and explore sustainable ag vendors November 14-15, 2023, at the Madonna Inn Expo Center in San Luis Obispo California. By popular request, this year we have doubled the number of online courses so attendees can learn on-demand between October 16 and November 30. Here are some of the sessions Cliff mentions. Make sure to check out the sustainableagexpo.org for the full program: In-Person Integrating Multiple Layers of Spatial Vineyard Information into Variable-rate Management Maps Terry Bates, Cornell University Vineyard Spraying Technologies to Improve Application Efficiency for Every Grower Brent Warneke, Oregon State University Trunk Renewal for Management of Trunk Diseases Kendra Baumgartner, USDA-Agricultural Research Service Soil Health and Regenerative Management to Support the Goals of Winegrape Producers Cristina Lazcano, UC Davis; Noelymar Gonzales Maldonado, UC Davis; Charlotte Decock, Cal Poly The Importance of Areawide Controls for Mealybugs and Leafroll – Is This Cost Effective? Kent Daane, UC Berkeley Online Update on Vineyard Autonomous Equipment Michael Miller, CAWG, Director of Government Relations Nematodes affecting winegrapes: Biology and Management Dr Inga Zasada, USDA ARS Biological Control of the Glassywinged Sharpshooter and Pierce's Disease Dr. David Morgan, CDFA Current Status of the Winegrape Market Jeff Bitter, Allied Grape Growers As a listener to this podcast, take 50 off of your ticket when you use code PODCAST23 at checkout. Get your ticket at Sustainable Ag Expo.org. 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Transcript Craig Macmillan 0:00 And with me today is Cliff Ohmart. He is a consultant with Omart Consulting in a whole variety of areas. One of the things that he's doing right now is he's helping to organize or he's organizing the program for the 2023 Sustainable Ag Expo in San Luis Obispo coming up. He's going to tell us a little bit about some of the folks and some of the topics that will be there and some things that might be of interest to you. So welcome, Cliff. Cliff Ohmart 0:22 Thank you very much, Creg. It's nice to be here with you. And I think this is a great opportunity to have this podcast before the expo so people can get an even better feel than just the website of what's coming. Craig Macmillan 0:34 Absolutely. For those who don't know, what is the Sustainable Ag Expo? Cliff Ohmart 0:38 it is a combined presentation slash trade show that the Vineyard Team has been putting on, I think, for at least 15 years now. Craig Macmillan 0:47 It's been a while. Cliff Ohmart 0:48 I's developed into quite the history, the roughly the format is there's a session in the morning from eight to 10, a half hour break for people to go out to the trade show 10:30 to noon, more presentations. Then there's lunch for people go to the trade show, then one to three, another half hour break, and then 3:30 to five. And there's only one session at the time, so people don't have to worry about missing something. Also, they're free to circulate through the trade show during the presentations if they so choose. This year, the Vineyard Team decided to change the format, which I takes I'm excited to see how this will go. So this year, it will be Tuesday, Wednesday full days as I just described that schedule. But then Monday evening, it'll be a kickoff what we're going to be doing for the feature presenter, which is Dr. Terry Bates from Cornell, he and I will be on stage for a period of time, I think half hour to an hour where we'll be in sort of an interview back and forth situation give a chance to see him ask questions to get ready for the next day. And so I'm excited about that. And then the first session which will be Tuesday morning from eight to 10. First Terry Bates will be doing a formal presentation of his work followed by a panel of Terry Bates, Dr. Andrew McElrone, and Dr. Mason Earles from Mason is from UC Davis. Andrew is works at ARS Agricultural Research Service Station, and Davis and their area of expertise is all around detailed data analysis and Andrew especially on water relations, particularly in vineyards, Mason Earles more along remote sensing, things like that. And the focus of Terry's talk, as well as the night before is on precision viticulture. He, along with a big team of people developed something called the efficient vineyard. And it's very impressive, in part because the software is available for anybody for free. And it's anywhere from it can capture as the website is a really nice website for you can use your phone to capture gopher holes, the location of gopher holes, broken post right up to very advanced remote sensing that you can import into the software. So it's all in one spot. I'm excited about this, because I think you've probably seen the same thing. There's so much technology out there. And it's very exciting. But I think especially for the small to mid size grower, there's a concern about do I have the time to do this? Do I have the ability to do this? What's this all about? Where's the bigger grower can hire somebody to check it out? And I think the session Monday night and Tuesday morning is going to be focused on what's the reality here? What can growers do with it. And then from the researchers perspective, which is Andrew McElrone, and Mason Earles, they want to see people applying their work. And so what is that's really what I'm hoping to get out of that session. Craig Macmillan 3:49 Yeah, I have interviewed Terry Bates. And I've also communicated with him off and on over the years. And his areas of specialization is proximity sensing. So some of the high tech stuff they do has to do with like yield monitors and harvesters and different types of EC sleds and stuff like that. But he also is very much about making a map. And you can do it. One of his messages to me almost every time I talk to him is like people can do this, you can do it. You don't need to go too crazy, the most important thing is do it. And so I'm really excited to see him there and talk about the more advanced technological stuff. But also I imagine he'll be encouraging people to follow this concept. I think it's really, really fascinating and the things that they find out it's fascinating, too. Cliff Ohmart 4:33 I agree. Craig Macmillan 4:34 There's a lot of stuff also that's out there that's available but you don't have to invent you don't have to invest in there's information that's out there. Cliff Ohmart 4:40 Yeah, that's what I think, especially for us on the West Coast. You know, Cornell is a powerhouse, as you know, and I think West Coast people, some people probably know that others don't. And there's more and more things to tap into, on both coasts, as well as the Middle. One fun thing too for me Is the moderator for the after Terry's talk for the session with Terry, Mason, and Andrew is going to be moderated by Donnell Brown, who is executive director of the National grape Research Alliance. And one of the things to think about is I don't have to moderate she's going to do it. Then the other thing is, the National Grape Research Alliance has been instrumental in bringing researchers together from around the US in viticulture and enology and creating a goal oriented team to go pursue money to do various things like develop the efficient vineyard project. So she's going to be the moderator. So she knows these people well, so that'll be fun. My only regret is I know, there won't be enough time to really get into what we do as much. But there'll be afterwards for people to talk to the speakers on the side. Craig Macmillan 5:56 And that is one of the really great things about the expo is the speakers. Well, I guess full disclosure. Years ago, I worked for a Vinyard Team. And the position was technical program manager and and I was responsible for putting together programming for the expo and whatnot. Every buddy that I ever recruited, was super happy to stick around and talk to growers. That was like the high point for them. And this is an opportunity where you get to do that. And they take questions during the session. But sometimes people there's not time or they didn't want to ask and then they have an opportunity to actually interact with the with the scientists themselves. And that's just a fantastic opportunity. Because a lot of conferences and meetings, you can go and you don't really have the opportunity to talk to the the experts afterwards. And it's much more informal. It's very much also grower to grower, I think one of the things that's great about the the expo is there's a lot of conversation after the sessions between people along the lines of Yeah, we tried this, or we're thinking about trying this, or what do you think about it, you know, and that's just super invaluable. I think. Cliff Ohmart 6:59 I don't want to forget, I don't think we will. But another change in format is this year, instead of the third day of presentations, we're going to be recording 10 or so virtual recordings that will be available from October 16 to November 30, to the attendees of the Expo, and we'll touch on a couple of those. I'm sure the Vineyard Team website will have a nice list of presenters of the imprison Expo in virtual as well so people could see. But I think we're going to touch on a couple of those you and I in this podcast. But I wanted to bring that out as well. Craig Macmillan 7:34 Let's go right into that. First of all, because that is a change for Expo. But I think it's also a change kind of in our modern world. So this is the idea of making content available to those who have bought tickets essentially. Right. So it's another day of the expo, but they can view it at any time during that window. Cliff Ohmart 7:51 Yes. Craig Macmillan 7:52 So that gives them some schedule flexibility, which is pretty cool. Who are some of the folks that are going to be in these virtual virtual sessions? Cliff Ohmart 8:00 There's a really interesting, I think half hour to 45 minute talk by a fellow named Michael Miller, who is the California Association of Winegrape Growers, Director of Government Relations, and he is doing a presentation on the laws and regulations related to using robotics, particularly driverless tractors in the vineyard, which probably does not surprise you. The technology is ahead of the laws and regulations. So there are driverless tractors now a little available, and yet the laws and regulations around you know, through OSHA, are you have to have a driver on the tractor at all times. Very interested to hear that presentation about what's coming, who's doing the work to try to change those laws. What might the changes look like. Craig Macmillan 8:45 I'm totally fascinated by this idea. And yeah, absolutely, technology will run ahead of regulation, and then regulation kind of get caught up. And that's where we're at. Right now. We're in the middle of that process. And we went through with drones to kind of work our way through it. I can't wait to see that one. And it's gonna be fascinating. Who else? Cliff Ohmart 9:05 Another advantage of doing these virtual recordings is we can get people from overseas. So those that have attended the expo before, especially the virtual ones during the pandemic, there's this interesting fellow Dr Zi Hao Wang at the University of Sydney and he has been working on using drones in vineyards for bird control. So he's two other and two years in the past on this and it's a continuation of the work he's doing. It's still pretty much theoretical at the moment in that it's not being used commercially out in the vineyard. However, he is an engineer by trade and education. And you can see when you see some printed presentation, he brings that to the end. One of them very interesting things is his his focus is on tethered drones. Not free flying drones. For two reasons. One is they need to be on call all the time during the day daylight hours. So there's a problem with battery life. And with tethered drones, you don't have to have that. The other is that even though drones, the trades make it sound like they're very easy to fly, they get away. And another reason that tethered drones offer the advantage. So it's fascinating. He's got simulations that he shows in his presentation about how the Tethered drones will work. One of the things that he he just reviews what he's done before, and there is a past year's presentation on this, where he shows proof of concept that you can train the birds to be afraid of drones, if just the drone by suffer bird is not going to be afraid of it. But he literally took dead crows. And because crows do exist native crows in Australia and our problems, he hung them from drones to show that you can definitely condition them very quickly. And then he's got great videos of birds flying away during this. Craig Macmillan 11:04 That is really a trip. Cliff Ohmart 11:05 And then another interesting one is going to be on carbon planning for for your farm or your vineyard. There is a company that develops sensors and things like that, but also ecologically based things called Agrology. They do some very detailed work. And so the CEO of Agrology, Adam Koeppel is going to give a presentation, carbon planning, I mean specifically about carbon planning, and measuring soil carbon in real time, which is necessary and the benefits of carbon planning. I thought that that's kind of a unique thing as well. Craig Macmillan 11:40 What is carbon planning? Cliff Ohmart 11:42 This would be you know, you've already heard people marketing, I've got a carbon neutral vineyard, it's how do you measure that? You know, how do you sequester carbon? Can you sequester carbon? What difference does it make, but it would be along the lines of and clearly energy consumption comes in? How do you develop a carbon plan for your farm, so that what's happening in the soil, but also energy use and all of that. Craig Macmillan 12:06 Speaking of so carbon, there is going to be a session I think on day two, around climate smart AG, regenerative ag and soil health. Cliff Ohmart 12:15 Yes, and I am so excited about this session. When I reached out early on, I definitely wanted to session on soils, because there's so much going on around soil, micro biomes carbon sequestration, regenerative farming, and knowing that there's a lot of great concepts out there. But how much do we really know about all these things? Well, actually, the title of the session is, for the whole two hours, soil health and regenerative management to support the goals of Winegrape producers, Charlotte Decock, from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. So she'll be local in terms of the in person, Expo, she's going to be tackling this topic of regenerative agriculture. What is it? And what can be your production goals around it? So she herself is leading a comprehensive effort on looking at the practices which, you know, regenerative AG is nothing new, to be honest. And I think a lot of us realize that but so she's gonna be looking at things that are going to be sound very familiar cover cropping, compost, addition, sheep grazing, and no till, and what are they doing to specific soil characteristics biophysical and chemical, then another very interesting talk is Noelymar Gonzales Maldonado. And she is a PhD student with Christina Lazcanois here at UC Davis and Noely done some interesting survey around the perceptions of grape growers on what they think soil health is. And then she's connected that to the results of our survey to actual problem soils versus healthy soils and based on the growers deficient, and what they have done in those soils to, you know, address this idea of soil health, and it's going to be fascinating. Craig Macmillan 14:02 Oh, yeah, um, yeah, totally. Cliff Ohmart 14:04 Because we're talking about practitioners out there. What do they think regenerative AG is soil health is how do they deal with it and the soils if they have both really good ones, and not so good soils. And then the last person is I mentioned Christina Lazcano, and she's a soil scientist here at Davis, and she's going to be looking at regenerative ag and production goals. And she's leading a comprehensive effort on practices that I've already mentioned the cover crop and compost edition and looking at the effects chemically and physically on the soils. So you can see they're all related. The session is going to be interesting in that they'll all be up front, and they're going to be tag teaming. So it's going to be a really different type of session. Craig Macmillan 14:49 That sounds really, really fascinating. I know Christina and Charlotte, and they are absolutely fantastic. Not only are they great scientists, they're great communicators, that's worth the price of admission to just see that one session. As far as I'm concerned. Cliff Ohmart 15:01 So that's going to be Wednesday morning from eight to 10. So, you know, I think we've got a lot of good stuff all day. But the session opening session Tuesday morning and Wednesday morning are clearly highlights. Craig Macmillan 15:15 Something else we should mention before I forget, are there continuing education hours available? Cliff Ohmart 15:19 There are and we basically our goal was to have 15 to 18 continuing education units for PCAs. And growers. So that means related to pest management stuff, it will be a combination of the in person presentations, as well as those virtual presentations. Some of the virtual ones will be awarded CPA units, CEU units where you will have to take an exam after you have presentation because you can imagine there's no way in two days, we're going to be able to cram in 15 to 18 hours of CPUs a lot of CCA units as well, for the in person expo. Craig Macmillan 16:01 Are any of those laws and regs. DPR laws and regs units? Cliff Ohmart 16:05 There are we have a closing session on Wednesday afternoon, that is going to be done by Juan Muniz from AgSafe on worker safety and pesticides around the farm. So that'll be an hour and a half of laws and regs for that session. Craig Macmillan 16:21 You've been to a bunch of these what's what's your favorite part, we've talked, we've hit on some highlights, but just you personally what's your favorite part of going to Expo? Cliff Ohmart 16:27 My favorite part is to listen to what people are talking about in terms of the different presentations. You know, I'm biased, because I've helped put them all together. That's what I listened for. And then of course, for me, I get to see people because being retired, I don't go to many meetings anymore. And it's great to see both the growers the viticultural consultants, the trade people that I know to talk on the side. So all of that, and then it's fun to peruse the trade show, I don't have a lot of time because I ended up introducing a lot of presenters. So it's it really is a combination of all of that, because I stay at the Madonna Inn it's also fun to stay in one of those funky rooms at the Madonna Inn. That's not to say it's not comfortable. But I think you laugh. I think anybody that stayed there, they've got some really interesting rooms. Craig Macmillan 17:19 For those who don't know, in San Luis Obispo, there's a hotel called the Madonna Inn, and they have themed rooms, and they're all different. And they're all decorated to the theme. So depending on how many times you stay, you'll stay in different rooms, and you'll see different things and the facilities themselves are quite interesting. So yeah, it's a fun, it's a fun place. It's a fun place to do it. And then they have an expo hall, which is where the expo will be, which is again, really a nice building, it's really well appointed, has everything that we need. Oh, what about what about food people need bring sack lunch? Cliff Ohmart 17:53 No, my experience with the expo is there's always food available for lunch. It's gonna vary from Tuesday to Wednesday. But I have never felt like I needed to go out over lunch. Craig Macmillan 18:06 I've always been very happy. Cliff Ohmart 18:08 Yeah. And then there'll be a snack in the afternoon, and then tea and coffee and some pastry in the morning before you get there. So it's worth getting there a little at a time. Because that's there as well. Craig Macmillan 18:20 How did you come up with the program? Were you given direction? Did you say hey, these are great ideas that you have people come to you and say I'd like to do this? How did you put together? Cliff Ohmart 18:29 There is an organizing committee that the venue team through Beth Vukmanic put together and it's you know, it's an existing committee from year to year. And so how we start is we independent of them, I sit down and come up with some ideas and send it to them. And they do the same to me. And we very quickly put a pretty large spreadsheet together with all our ideas and with the ideas come specific people. And then from there, it really tends to come together very quickly. Once we get started reaching out to people, we base it on what's been happening in the past what seems to be current this year, that wasn't last year. So it's a combination of things. Craig Macmillan 19:12 So again, it's grower driven, growers talking about what's of interest to them, and then handing it over and saying, okay, brings the best in the brightest. Obviously, things are always in flux. And at the point of this interview, we're quite a ways out from the expo. But we do have some other rock stars. I wanted to mention, John Roncoroni is going to be there. Apparently, he's a weed scientist. He is fantastic. I think he's retired or close to it, at least the last time I talked to him. And then Kendra Baumgartner and she's been kind of a perennial favorite, her areas, trunk diseases, and that area has progressed dramatically in 20 years what we've learned and it's always a joy to see what new stuff she brings. Akif Eskalen who's doing a lot of work in nursery practices. He's doing some pretty interesting things that could impact the whole industry, which I think is is pretty cool. Emily Symmes is going to talk a little bit about mealy bugs and mating disruption and David Haviland, who's an absolutely fantastic entomologist. I think he's going to talk about ant control. That's right. He's a very good speaker, and really, really good. George Zhuang. He is an extensionist, and has been doing really great work around the central valley, I believe, predominantly, but he speaks all over the state and has worked on all kinds of stuff. I think he's going to talk about root stocks. At this time. Matthew Fidelibus is also gonna be talking about root stocks and varieties in that session. Cliff Ohmart 20:31 What I would point out there is he has developed an online guide to grape varieties root stocks, and that specifically was talking about so I think that's a great opportunity for growers to hear about this. Craig Macmillan 20:43 I'm also happy to see that Mark Fuchs is coming back. He's from Cornell, he has been one of the leaders in research on red blotch. He was our featured speaker at the expo, gosh, I don't know five or six years ago, he's always fascinating and is doing really interesting work. And then one of my favorite entomologist, and people in the whole world, Kent Daane, is gonna be talking about leaf row virus and areawide management for mealy bugs, which is turning out to be really important working together as a group to manage a pest. It's not just within your fence line, it's crossed the area. And that's been a really interesting project that has gotten some traction in Lodi, I'm familiar what they what they've done, there. And so that should be really fascinating as well, who am I leaving out? Cliff Ohmart 21:26 Our fellow named Brent Warneke, who is going to be talking about sensor based sprayers and spraying and vineyards. He's from Oregon State. And he'll be talking about air blast, as well as micro sprayers. He's done a series of interesting work on sprayers that are sensor based. And as he sort of says in his little description, just because you have a sensor based sprayer, doesn't mean you're all ready to go. He's going to talk about how they can be best used and what they actually can do for you. Craig Macmillan 21:58 David Morgan, I'm not familiar with David Morgan, can you tell me who that is? Cliff Ohmart 22:03 You did a great job of covering the entire agenda for the in person. Now we can talk a little to finish up on the virtual part. So I was really interested in trying to get someone to come and talk about the Pierce's Disease Control Program that is based at CDFA. And it's the research arm is funded by growers by an assessment. It's very important, I think, for growers to see how successful their research dollars have been. And to make a long story short, I ended up having David Morgan, who is now working on exactly what he's gonna be talking about. But he is going to focus his presentation on the bio control of Glassman sharpshooter, which I think everybody knows is one of the crucial pairings in the Pierce's disease problem. He's stationed out in Riverside with CDFA and very knowledgeable biocontrol is his expertise, there's going to be a talk about a fellow named Michael Brownbridge who is with Bioworks. I'm not familiar with Michael but he's going to be talking about pesticides as well as bio fertilizers. So that's going to be a part of the program. And another one we just you mentioned Kent, Dana, and you refer to Lodi Yes, I've been so excited to secure Maria's Zumkeller she is with Lang Twins vineyard in Lodi and I saw a talk she gave at Lodi grape day in February, the Lang Twins have recognized for a while now the seriousness of leaf roll virus being vectored by vine mealybug. So the two together it's becoming a huge problem. They have boldly approached the use of intensive monitoring and rogueing vineyards to see if they can manage economically vine mealubug for leaf roll. And so Maria is going to be talking about the latest. They've got several years of data now and it's very amazing and impressive to see what they've done. It's possibly for people that have serious problems with leaf roll. This is one approach they might want to take and it is connected to Kent Daane's work because he's worked in the Central Coast and Lodi with area wide management and fine mealybug and coupled with that leaf roll So those are the things that I'm highlighting up then there's a talk by Luca Brillante, from Fresno and he's going to be doing a presentation on diagnosing red blocks disease, which of course is what Mark Fuchs would talk about diagnosing red blocks with spectrometry. So remote sensing. Craig Macmillan 24:40 And then there's also some thing on powdery mildew controlled organic powdery mildew control. Cliff Ohmart 24:45 Yes, there is interesting talk by Annemiek Schilder who is the county director in Ventura County and she has done a research experiment using compost tea and So that's what her presentation is going to be about. It's basically starts by saying what is compost tea, which is important to understand how to make it. And it's it's pretty simple. And then how to apply it and what results she's gotten out in the vineyard with it. Craig Macmillan 25:16 Yeah, that'll be very interesting. People have been playing around with that for a long, long time. And I think it's, it's interesting to see it come back. And then one that I think that I will try to catch is Jeff Biller talking about the grape market, we can't forget the the other E. Right. We've got the environment, social equity, and economics and so grape markets' important. So all part of the all part of the picture and the those talks whether, it's him or somebody else is always very interesting. And there's usually something along those lines in the Expo. Cliff Ohmart 25:48 And it's going to be very current. We have organized with Jeff, he will record that presentation, literally a few days before the videos will be released. So I think like October 11. So it would be very up to date. In fact, to Jeff's credit, he was not going to do a recording unless he could do it at the last minute because things change. Again, I agree. It's, you know, their times are not easy for a lot of growers. So a grape market is as complicated and Craig Macmillan 26:17 Ever changing. Cliff Ohmart 26:18 Yeah, we all need to keep track of that. Craig Macmillan 26:21 Yeah, absolutely. Well, thanks Cliff has been great. Our guest today was a Cliff Ohmart with Omart consulting, and one of the things he does is he helps put together programming for things like the Sustainable Ag Expo, which is coming up in November of 2023. I personally cannot recommend it enough. Every time I've gone or have helped organize it. I've learned so much. And I've also met so many great people and some of them are speakers and so more growers and some of them were vendors and it's just a it's just a fantastic time to kind of get away and it's also really fun because usually hopefully harvest is over and you have a little little reward there at the end before you take your break and then come back and do budgets. So anyway, thanks, Cliff. Cliff Ohmart 27:02 You're very welcome Crreg. It was really great to do it and I will see you and San Luis Obispo. Craig Macmillan 27:09 You will see me you will see me I'll be there. Nearly Perfect Transcription by https://otter.ai
Happy November, everyone! Your boys are back with an all new episode taking about two rather unusual cases. First up, Seb talks about a local story (just over in Lodi, CA) involving the mystery airships from the late 1800s! And while some aspects of it are particularly fantastical, there's a bit of reality grounding everything. Then Taylor lends his automotive expertise to a Belgian encounter from the 1970s! Plus we continue our march toward our rebranding coming very early next year!
Mike hits the road and heads east to Lodi California, not the *most* well known wine region, but there *is* lots of wine there. A chat with Eliza Hess from Lucas Winery about the 2023 vintage, what Lodi does best, how a farm girl from Illinois ended up out west and (wait for it) the TUBA! A few nice Lucas wines are tasted, too. Help support the show financially - CLICK HERE (many thanks!)For pictures from behind the scenes, and to see what Mike is drinking most nights, follow him on Instagram. Have you shared your thoughts via email? Mike is waiting for your feedback, drop him a line! He'll send you a stack of the *official* Podcast Coasters!Wines discussed this episode:2018 Lucas Chardonnay, Lodi2019 Lucas Pinot Noir, Lodi2018 Lucas Zinfandel, ZinStar Vineyard, LodiSupport the showIMPORTANT!! Please "follow" or "subscribe" to the podcast, so you don't miss an episode. If you listen on Apple Podcasts take a moment to rate (5 stars please!) and write a review. They tell me it helps A LOT!
Before charging into the modern age, we take our usual look back on past episodes for a recap. In this case we look at the middle to late 15th century as the "big five" Naples, Milan, Venice, Florence and the Papal States struggle for dominance in a complicated balance, without forgetting interesting minor players, such as Savoy, Urbino and Trentino.
It all started when a disastrous failed potato crop led Jody Bogle's grandfather, Warren Bogle to try planting wine grapes on the acreage he purchased on Merritt Island. In 1968 he planted 10 acres of Petite Syrah and 10 acres of Chenin Blanc. He got the Chenin Blanc clippings from a guy named Skinny in Lodi! Today, Bogle has grown to become the Bogle Family Wine Collection, a brand that stretches worldwide, which includes several different labels, styles and price points of wine. We talk to Jody about how the unexpected death of her father led her to leave her job as an English teacher to come back home to Sacramento and take on a new role with the family business, how she and her two brothers have grown the business into the massive and respected brand it is today, and how family values, small lot wine making and sustainable growing practices are the fuel that still power Bogle's business today. So grab a glass of one of Bogle's award winning wines and listen to the history of one of Sacramento's great business success stories. Visit the Bogle website Visit the podcast website at dineonesix.com Follow us on Instagram Comments, questions or suggestions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
For some farmers, the thought of having foreign visitors at their farm may be intimidating. For others, it is a welcome opportunity to showcase their farm and share how they operate. Howard Hartmann of Hartmann Farms just outside of Lodi is one of those farmers who has had multiple foreign groups visit his farm over the years. He shares more about his operation and why he values having foreign visitors out on his farm. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are back with our look at Jerry Only's secret history of The Misfits, stopping off in the year 2013, Jerry is 2 years past releasing the long-gestating record "The Devil's Rain." And 10 years removed from where we last left him in 2003 as he promoted Project 1950 - with Marky Ramone and Dez Cadena in the band and Fresh off the M25 tour that came out of the ashes of The Misfits 95. FRUMESS is POWERED by www.riotstickers.com/frumess GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79 RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
Myke Hideous is the founder and frontman of the gothic rock band The Empire Hideous, which was active throughout the 1990s and into the early 2000s. He also performed with The Bronx Casket Co., Spy Society 99, and the Misfits as a fill-in vocalist on their South American and European tours that took place from May to July in 1998. FRUMESS is POWERED by www.riotstickers.com/frumess GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79 RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
Today we jump back ten years (10-2-2013) to PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill's interview with former WWE wrestler Tyler Reks and former WCW wrestler Lodi with live callers and emailers sharing behind-the-scenes stories, insight, and humor from WWE and WCW, plus what's happening in their respective careers both in and out of wrestling, Wrestlecade, and much more! In the VIP Aftershow, McNeill is joined by PWTorch assistant editor James Caldwell to discuss the latest news, events, and football!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3276210/advertisement
Before Danzig's Mother appeared on Danzig 1 and charted as one of the 90s many metal hits, it began life as a punk version in Samhain. John Christ returns as Ace Von Johnson and I continue to explore the history of the band Danzig! This is part 3 of a multipart interview. All things John Christ - http://www.johnchrist.com/ All things Ace Von Johnson - https://linktr.ee/acevonjohnson FRUMESS is POWERED by www.riotstickers.com/frumess GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79 RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
W niedzielę, 24 września, w auli Felician University w Lodi, w New Jersey odbyła się druga edycja Koncertu "Wspólne śpiewanie (nie) zakazanych piosenek."Organizatorem tego wydarzenia była Polska Szkoła im. Św Stanisława Kostki w Wallington, której dyrektorem jest Agnieszka Kasprzak.Dziecięcy chór z Polskich Szkół, liczący około 40 osób, pod dyrekcją Iwony Wesołowskiej, wykonał 19 patriotycznych piosenek. Koncertowi towarzyszył pokaz multimedialny z wypowiedziami powstańców warszawskich i sybiraków, tworzący wraz ze śpiewem piękną lekcję historii. Wszyscy uczestnicy byli przyozdobieni biało-czerwonymi kotylionami, które w ramach współpracy, otrzymali z Polski od Zespołu Szkół Specjalnych w Skoczowie.Uczestnicy koncertu przy wejściu otrzymali śpiewniki, aby czynnie uczestniczyć w śpiewaniu (nie) zakazanych piosenek.
On the latest episode of "A Suite Life," hosts Chief and Malik had the pleasure of sitting down with the talented singer-songwriter, Destiny Rogers. The conversation delved into various intriguing topics, offering listeners a glimpse into the artist's world. Chief and Malik kicked off the discussion by exploring Destiny's latest music releases. As a rising star in the music industry, Destiny has been making waves with her soulful vocals, captivating songwriting, and infectious melodies. Listeners were treated to an insightful conversation about her creative process and the inspiration behind her recent tracks. The interview then shifted gears, as Destiny opened up about her background and musical journey , inspiration and upbringing in church. From her beginnings as a YouTube and Instagram sensation, where she gained recognition for her acoustic pop, R&B and hip-hop fusion to her evolution as an artist, Destiny shared the highs and lows of her path to success. Love and heartbreak took centre stage as Chief and Malik delved into the emotional themes prevalent in Destiny's music. The conversation explored the personal experiences and vulnerabilities that fuel her heartfelt lyrics, providing a deeper understanding of her artistry and the raw emotions woven into her songs. Family was another significant topic discussed during the episode. Destiny's upbringing in Lodi, California, and the support she received from her loved ones played a crucial role in shaping her musical identity. Listeners gained insight into the familial bonds and influences that have influenced her journey. Throughout the episode, Destiny Rogers' authentic and down-to-earth demeanor shone through. Her passion for music, relatability, and genuine enthusiasm for connecting with her fans were evident as she shared her stories and experiences. Tune in to this episode of "A Suite Life" to discover more about Destiny Rogers, her captivating music, and the personal insights she graciously shared with Chief and Malik. It's a conversation that will leave you inspired and eager to dive deeper into the world of this rising star in the music industry. Make sure you subscribe on your favorite DSP and learn more about Destiny Rogers: https://instagram.com/destinyrogers?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== https://music.apple.com/us/album/save-my-love/1703122121?i=1703122550 Follow A Suite Life: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asuitelifepod/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@asuitelifepod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgdnIhfgBv2bBKwwn5qLQBw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ASUITELIFEPOD/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
These Super7 Reaction Misfits Figures are really cool. There are so many that could work for Misfits Lyrics. FRUMESS is POWERED by www.riotstickers.com/frumess GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79 RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
On October 29, 1983, the Misfits played their annual Halloween performance at Greystone Hall in Detroit with the Necros. Danzig had selected Brian Damage (real name Brian Keats), formerly of Genöcide and Verbal Abuse, as the band's new drummer. However, Damage became drunk before the show and could not play properly..." What exactly happened? Why did it go down this way? It's time to shine a light on the shortest-tenured Misfits drummer and the final Misfits Halloween show. FRUMESS is POWERED by www.riotstickers.com/frumess GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79 RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
Welcome to Episode #115 of LIVE and IN COLOR with Wolfie D (@warrenwolfe13) and co-host Jimmy Street (@jamesrockstreet)! Today we welcome Brad "Lodi" Cain to the show! Lodi's had a very cool career! Starting out with CW Anderson on the North Carolina indie's, then a chance meeting with our buddy, George Weingeroff, led to an opportunity at the WCW Power Plant, which then led him to his ultimate success in the wrestling business! You know him as the "sign guy" from Raven's flock, and of course, he has great stories about his time in the flock, and the guys in it! Lodi's really a multi-layered dude, not only is he a wrestler, but he's also an author and even an ordained minister! We had a great time with this one, you will too! Enjoy! Visit our Live and In Color with Wolfie D podcast page! https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wolfied FOLLOW US ON: https://www.facebook.com/livewolfied https://twitter.com/livewolfied https://www.instagram.com/livewolfied/ https://www.youtube.com/@livewolfied VISIT OUR PROWRESTLINGTEES STORE: https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/related/livewolfied.html Check out co-host Jimmy's podcast Give Me Back My Pro Wrestling: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gmbmpw ADVERTISE WITH US! Would you or your business like to become a supporter of the 'Live and In Color with Wolfie D' Podcast? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for ad rates and sponsorship options! VISIT OUR AWESOME SPONSORS! -Benji Buie "Rockstar Realtor": https://exitrealty.com/agent/Benji/Buie/241911/ -MANSCAPED: 20% OFF with code WOLFIE at https://manscaped.com -STEVE BOWTIE BRYANT'S 1993 "Unbeatables" trading card sets (LIMITED QUANTITIES!): Contact email@example.com Very Special Thanks To: Tracy Byrd and A Gathering Of None for the “Current Affair”, "Ask Wolfie D Anything" & "Name Game" theme songs! Support them at these links: https://agatheringofnone.bandcamp.com/ https://agatheringofnone.bigcartel.com/ Also, if you'd like to stream or purchase "Cap4YaDome" the official theme song for LIVE and IN COLOR with Wolfie D, you can here: Apple: https://music.apple.com/us/album/cap4yadome/1054542233?i=1054542237 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/7M8F0CTsGwCtzKBjrImC7a?si=bab79a02c9f74cc3 © jamesrockstreet Productions --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wolfied/support
Dearly Beloved I Thee Red Lodi 2021- Trader Joe's Day of the Dead Halloween Party RedThis wine has been selling at Trader Joe's since at least the 2011 vintage and until the 2020 vintage, the sourcing and the blend stayed the same.The 2021 vintage is from Lodi vineyards and the blend is brand new.it still rocks as a Halloween party wine, but it tastes great year-round.For all the details check out https://cheapwinefinder.com/ and listen to what may be the most popular independent wine podcast in the world!Check us out at www.cheapwinefinder.comor email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniela Persico sui film di LOcarno a MIlano; a Lodi il Festival della Fotografia Etica; Maurizio Porro sul suo libro "Io li conoscevo bene" (La nave di Teseo); Dario Garegnani da Reggio Emilia sui flash mob di "Circus Audienti" di Fabio Cifariello Ciardi; la rubrica di fumetti di Antonio Serra...
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Fond du Lac County; https://bit.ly/3Lms7obThe Cabin is also presented by Jolly Good Soda, available in all your classic favorite flavors that we remember from childhood. The diet line offers 0 calories, 0 carbs, 0 sugars, and no caffeine – perfect for mixers or just enjoying on a warm summer day (or any day, for that matter); always Wisconsin-based, you can follow @jollygoodsoda on social for the latest on new flavors, fun promotions, and more. Learn more here; https://bit.ly/3TSFYY4 Campfire Conversation: Eric and Ana discuss Wisconsin's five designed scenic byways and why each is a beautiful drive, with a little help from our friends. Jon Jarosh from Destination Door County joins for a look at the Door County Coastal Byway, 66 miles of beauty and charming towns on the Door Peninsula along Highways 42 and 57, from Sturgeon Bay north to beautiful coasts, state and county parks, and towns like Egg Harbor, Fish Creek, Ephraim, Sister Bay, Ellison Bay, Gills Rock, Baileys Harbor, and Jacksonport. Mary Motiff from Bayfield County (and the mayor of its county seat, Washburn) joins for the Lake Superior Scenic Byway conversation. The Byway covers 70 miles along Highway 13 in Bayfield County, showing off the beauty of the northern coast of the state from near Ashland through Washburn and Bayfield over to Cornucopia, Port Wing, and Herbster with beaches, forest, orchards, wineries, and even the first National Tribal Park in the nation along the way. Josh Ostermann joins Eric and Ana in The Cabin for a look at the others (yes, pizza gets a mention.) The Nicolet-Wolf River Scenic Byway is the newest, covering 145 miles through the Nicolet National Forest and along the beautiful Wolf River, which has a National Scenic River designation. It winds through Forest, Langlade, Oneida and Vilas Counties along segments of Highways 55, 52, 32, and 70 with connections to a wide variety of multi-use, all-season trails. The Lower Wisconsin River State Scenic Byway covers 100 miles along Highway 60 from Lodi to Bridgeport by Prairie du Chien, giving you a nice cross-section of Wisconsin's incredible Driftless Area and the shifting courses of the Wisconsin River and its valley. Finally, Wisconsin's segment of the Great River Road gets covered as it runs along the Mississippi River from East Dubuque to Prescott. This multi-state byway actually begins in Minnesota and follows the Mississippi River for 10 states until it ends in New Orleans, Louisiana, but Wisconsin's segment is the most scenic (by many measures, not just ours!) It covers 250 miles, much of it along Highway 35, through 33 river towns. These include some of the oldest settlements in the state, the dynamic city of La Crosse as well as Prairie du Chien (the only place where two state designated scenic byways meet) and charming smaller towns like Trempealeau, Stockholm, Pepin, Alma, Fountain City, and Potosi. You can enjoy many scenic overlooks, with some great birding opportunities including bald eagles. All in all, Wisconsin's five designated scenic byways provide over 600 miles of road trip beauty and fun. Be sure to check out our Discover Wisconsin episode on the two coastal byways coming up!Links to more:Door County Coastal Byway: https://doorcountycoastalbyway.org/Lake Superior Scenic Byway: https://www.bayfieldcounty.wi.gov/855/Scenic-Byway and https://www.bayfield.org/Nicolet-Wolf River Scenic Byway: https://nicoletwolfriverbyway.com/Lower Wisconsin River Road Scenic Byway: https://www.facebook.com/Scenic60 or http://statetrunktour.com/routes/60-2/ Wisconsin's Great River Road: https://www.wigrr.com/
We continue our look at Jerry Only's secret history of The Misfits, stopping off in the year 2003 as he promotes Project 1950 - with Marky Ramone and Dez Cadena in the band. Fresh off the M25 tour that came out of the ashes of The Misfits 95. FRUMESS is POWERED by www.riotstickers.com/frumess GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79 RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
We continue our look at Jerry Only's secret history of The Misfits, stopping off in the year 2003 as he promotes Project 1950 - with Marky Ramone and Dez Cadena in the band. Fresh off the M25 tour that came out of the ashes of The Misfits 95. FRUMESS is POWERED by www.riotstickers.com/frumess GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79 RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
Today, we explore one of Danzig's old tour riders to see that it indeed supports the motivations behind my Danzig ranch testimony. A Tour Rider is a document that includes a set of rules that a performer sets as criteria for a performance. This includes all requests or demands either for the artist's comfort or the technical details needed to perform. A TOUR RIDER USUALLY CONSISTS OF TWO PARTS: The hospitality and the technical rider. FRUMESS is POWERED by www.riotstickers.com/frumess GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79 RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
We explore the relationship between Henry Rollins and Glenn Danzig as well as the Misfits! FRUMESS is POWERED by www.riotstickers.com/frumess GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79 RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess