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May v Corbyn: The Battle for Number 10 | 8:30 (GMT)

The Sky News YouTube Live Feed for those of you who want to watch.

Conservatives leader Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will field questions from voters and then veteran journalist Jeremy Paxman for a special programme.

PSA: BNHA S2 starts tomorrow

REMINDER!!! Use time zone converter if you’re unsure of what time it’ll be available for you.

The episodes will be aired on Saturdays 5:30 PM JST (UTC+9). This is for live, unsubbed version, and if you’re using Funimation and Crunchyroll, they will have a simulcast English sub.

After the episode airs, usually within the next hour the episode will be uploaded to different streaming sites.

Here’s a time table for a few time zones just to give you an idea:

San Francisco - Saturday 1:30 AM UTC-7
New York - Saturday 4:30 AM UTC-4
London - Saturday 8:30 AM UTC
Cairo - Saturday 10:30 AM UTC+2
Delhi - Saturday 2:00 PM UTC+5:30
Tokyo - Saturday 5:30 PM UTC+9
Sydney - Saturday 7:30 PM UTC+11

So if you live in NYC, you’ll get the episode on a Saturday at 4:30 AM.

Vegetable Crop Yields, Plants per Person, and Crop Spacing

Vegetable crop yields and the number of vegetable plants to grow for each person in your household will help you estimate the space needed for a home vegetable garden.

Crop yield estimates and consumption predictions are largely base on experience. Keeping a food log and garden record can help you hone your vegetable garden needs and make for smarter planning.

Vegetable crop yields will vary according to garden conditions and variety planted. Weather and growing conditions can change from year to year, and these changes can affect yield.

Here are crop yield estimates, plants-per-person suggestions, and crop spacing requirements to help you estimate your garden space requirements and growing requirements. Use these estimates with your own experience.

Vegetable Crop Yields, Plants per Person, and Crop Spacing:

Artichoke. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 12 buds per plant after the first year. Space plants 4 to 6 feet apart.

Arugula. Grow 5 plants per person. Space plants 6 inches apart.

Asparagus. Grow 30 to 50 roots for a household of 2 to 4 people. Yield 3 to 4 pounds of spears per 10-foot row. Space plants 12 inches apart.

Bean, Dried. Grow 4 to 8 plants per person. Yield in pounds varies per variety. Space plants 1 to 3 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart.

Bean, Fava. Grow 4 to 8 plants per person. Space plants 4 to 5 inches apart in rows 18 to 30 inches apart.

Bean, Garbanzo, Chickpea. Grow 4 to 8 plants per person. Yield 4 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 3 to 6 inches apart in rows 24 to 30 inches apart.

Bean, Lima. Grow 4 to 8 per person. Yield 4 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space bush lima beans 3 to 6 inches apart in rows 24 to 30 inches apart; increase distance for pole limas.

Beans, Snap. Grow 4 to 8 plants total of each variety or several varieties per person. Yield 3 to 5 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 1 to 3 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart.

Beans, Soy. Grow 4 to 8 plants per person. Yield 4 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 2 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart.

Beets. Grow 5 to 10 mature plants per person. Yield 8 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 3 inches apart for roots–1 inch apart for greens.

Broccoli. Grow 2 to 4 plants per person. Yield 4 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 18 to 24 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart.

Brussels sprouts. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 3 to 5 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 18 to 24 inches apart in rows 36 inches apart.

Cabbage. Grow 4 to 8 plants per person. Yield 10 to 25 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 24 to 30 inches apart.

Carrots. Grow 30 plants per person. Yield 7 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Thin plants to 1½ to 2 inches apart in rows 12 inches apart.

Cauliflower. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 8 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 18 to 24 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart.

Celery. Grow 5 plants per person. Yield 6 to 8 stalks per plant. Space plants 6 inches apart in rows 2 feet apart.

Chayote. Grow 1 vine for 1 to 4 people. Set vining plants 10 feet apart and train to a sturdy trellis or wire support.

Chicory. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Space plants 6 to 12 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart.

Chinese Cabbage. Grow 6 to 8 heads per person. Space plants 4 inches apart in rows 24 to 30 inches apart.

Collards. Grow 2 to 3 plants per person. Yield 4 to 8 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 15 to 18 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart.

Corn. Grow 12 to 20 plants per person. Yield 1 to 2 ears per plants, 10 to 12 ears per 10-foot row. Space plant 4 to 6 inches apart in rows2 to 3 feet apart.

Cucumber. Grow 6 plants per person. Grow 3 to 4 plants per quart for pickling. Yield 8 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 1 to 3 feet apart in rows 3 to 6 feet apart.

Eggplant. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 8 fruits per Italian oval varieties; yield 10 to 15 fruits per Asian varieties. Space plants 24 to 30 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart.

Endive and Escarole. Grow 2 to 3 plants per person. Yield 3 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 6 to 12 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart.

Garlic. Grow 12 to 16 plants per person. Yield 10 to 30 bulbs per 10-foot row. Space cloves 3 to 6 inches apart in rows 15 inches apart.

Horseradish. Grow 1 plant per person. Space plants 30 to 36 inches apart.

Jicama. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 1 to 6 pound tuber per plant. Space plants 8 to 12 inches apart.

Kale. Grow 4 to 5 plants per person. Yield 4 to 8 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 12 inches apart in rows 12 inches apart.

Kohlrabi. Grow 4 to 5 plants per person. Yield 4 to 8 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 4 to 6 inches apart in rows 30 inches apart.

Leeks. Grow 12 to 15 plants per person. Yield 4 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 2 to 4 inches apart in rows 6 to 10 inches apart.

Lettuce. Grow 6 to 10 plants per person; plant succession crops with each harvest. Yield 4 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space looseleaf lettuce 4 inches apart and all other types 12 inches apart in rows 16 to 24 inches apart.

Melon. Grow 2 to plants per person. Yield 2 to 3 melons per vine. Space plants 3 to 4 feet apart in rows 3 feet wide.

Mustard. Grow 6 to 10 plants per person. Yield 3 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plant 6 to 12 inches apart in rows 15 to 30 inches apart.

Okra. Grow 6 plants per person. Yield 5 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 12 to 18 inches apart in rows 2½ to 4 feet apart.

Onion, Bulb. Yield 7 to 10 pounds of bulbs per 10-foot row. Space onion sets or transplants 4 to 5 inches apart in rows 18 inches apart.

Parsnip. Grow 10 plants per person. Yield 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 3 to 4 inches apart in rows 24 inches apart.

Peas. Grow 30 plants per person. Yield 2 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 2 to 4 inches apart in rows2 feet apart for bush peas, 5 feet apart for vining peas.

Pepper. Grow 2 to 3 plants per person. Yield 5 to 18 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 18 to 24 inches apart in rows 28 to 36 inches apart.

Potato. Grow 1 plant to yield 5 to 10 potatoes. Yield 10 to 20 pounds per 10-foot row. Space seed potatoes 10 to 14 inches apart in trenches 24 to 34 inches apart.

Pumpkin. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 10 to 20 pounds per 10-foot row. Space bush pumpkins 24 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart. Set 2 to 3 vining pumpkins on hills spaced 6 to 8 feet apart.

Radicchio. Grow 5 to 6 plants per person. Space plants 6 inches apart in rows 18 inches apart.

Radish. Grow 15 plants per person. Yield 2 to 5 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 1 inch apart in rows 12 to 18 inches apart.

Rhubarb. Grow 2 to 3 plants per person. Yield 1 to 5 pounds per plant. Set plants 3 to 6 feet apart.

Rutabaga. Grow 5 to 10 plants per person. Yield 8 to 30 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 4 to 6 inches apart in rows 15 to 36 inches apart.

Salsify. Grow 10 plants per person. Space plants 3 to 4 inches apart in rows 20 to 30 inches apart.

Scallions. Yield 1½ pounds per 10-foot row. Spaces onion sets or plants 2 inches apart for scallions or green onions.

Shallot. Yield 2 to 12 cloves per plant. Space plants 5 to 8 inches apart in rows 2 to 4 feet apart.

Sorrel. Grow 3 plants per person. Space plants 12 inches apart in rows 18 inches apart.

Spinach. Grow 15 plants per person. Yield 4 to 7 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 3 to 4 inches apart in rows 1 to 2 feet apart.

Squash, Summer. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 10 to 80 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 2 to 4 feet apart in rows 5 feet apart.

Squash, Winter. Grow 1 plant per person. Space plants feet apart.

Sunchokes. Grow 5 to 10 plants per person. Space plants 24 inches apart in rows 36 to 40 inches apart.

Sunflower. Grow 1 plant per person. Yield 1 to 2½ pounds of seed per flower. Space plants 8 to 12 inches apart in rows 30to 36 inches apart.

Sweet Potato. Grow 5 plants per person. Yield 8 to 12 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 12 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart.

Swiss Chard. Grow 2 to 3 plants per person. Yield 8 to 12 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 12 inches apart in rows 18 to 30 inches apart.

Tomatillo. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 1 to 2 pounds per plant. Space plants 10 inches apart in rows 2 feet apart.

Tomato, Cherry. Grow 1 to 4 plants per person. Space plants 3 feet apart in rows 35 to 45 inches apart.

Tomato, Cooking. Grow 3 to 6 plants of each variety; this will yield 8 to 10 quarts. Space plants 42 inches apart in rows 40 to 50 inches apart.

Tomato, Slicing. Grow 1 to 4 plants per person. Space plants 42 inches apart in rows 40 to 50 inches apart.

Turnip. Grow 5 to 10 plants per person. Yield 8 to 12 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 5 to 8 inches apart in rows in rows 15 to 24 inches apart.

Watermelon. Grow 2 plants per person. Yield 8 to 40 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 4 feet apart in rows 4 feet wide and 8 feet apart.

Source: http://www.harvesttotable.com/

anonymous asked:

What are your hcs for the SF bros daily life? :o

-cracks knuckles- Slice of life with my children.


4:30 AM: First, Papyrus has to wake up Sans. Which is a trick and a half. Sans sleeps like a rock yet hates sleeping late. And of course, Papyrus never sleeps and Sans needs to be woken up in time for training. So, the early hour.

6:00 AM: It usually takes a while to wake Sans up, and then breakfast. Papyrus cooks. Sans drools on the table. Sans could cook, but he’s basically semi-unconscious until about midday. And he tends to burn things beyond recognition. Plus Papyrus is a control freak.

6:30 AM: It takes about thirty minutes for Sans to wrestle into his Royal Guard armor. Armor is usually made for monsters with flesh. The only reason Sans wears it is regulation, and it doesn’t fit. Meanwhile Papyrus checks through the first aid kit and their stash of healing items.

7:00 AM: Training with Alphys.

7:15 AM: Papyrus has a mini-panic attack when Sans gets hit.

7:18 AM: Papyrus has a mini-panic attack when Sans gets flipped.

7:20 AM: Training has to stop temporarily while Papyrus obsessively checks Sans for injuries.

7:22 AM: Sans and Papyrus argue. Training resumes.

8:30 AM: Training is over. Papyrus checks Sans for injuries and patches him up if need be. Sans eats his fifth cinnabun of the day. Papyrus thinks about dentist bills.

8:30 - 10:00 AM: Patrolling, and lunch. Sans tries to cook but Papyrus is hovering. Sans threatens Papyrus with a spatula and hot cheese. Grilled cheese sandwiches have never been more dangerous.

10:15 AM: Post-lunch food-coma.

Noon: More patrolling. Sans falls asleep. Papyrus carries him home.

5:25 PM: Sans wakes up. Papyrus wants to look again for any injuries. Sans throws a pillow at him.

7:00 PM: Papyrus cooks dinner.

8:30 PM: Sans and Papyrus watch Napstaton soap operas. Sans throws a pillow at Papyrus because his head is in the way of the screen.

11:30 PM: Bedtime.

11:35 PM: Papyrus contemplates existence while staring at the ceiling and listening to Sans snore through the wall.

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“You guys are so sweet, You’re making me blush! (๑´ლ`๑)フフ♡”

That was episode 30! Another good look at Ishval, but we didn’t learn quite as much as I had hoped. We got some personal accounts from some characters, and I suppose subtle stuff that used to be left to subtext was explained formally. We also got a formal introduction to Kimblee, who I’m sure the show will unleash into the wild fairly soon.

Just as in the last episode, the show is in a phase where it is carefully setting up more plot threads for another climax where it all comes together, I’m sure. Learning more about the backstories of the key players is all good with me.

I rate episode 30 an 8/10, and I’ll see you later with more FMA:B!

I didn’t ask for a single present from my parents

All I wanted was for my dad to put aside a couple of hours and draw with me

He promised

And now he’d rather watch Monday Night football than do the ONLY thing I asked of him for my birthday

I’m so upset right now

Positive post of the day:

I went to bed an hour earlier yesterday, and I wasn’t nearly as tired in class today. Like, I felt like I was dying of sleep deprivation yesterday and today I was pretty awake.

I got my Wild jersey in the mail today! I love it.

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Этот бешеный день начался с того, что я проснулась в 7:50, вместо назначенных 8:30. К 10 родители довезли меня в Культорг, чтобы померит костюмы. Во вторник мы устраиваем день непослушания, что значит, что мы должны прийти в костюмах любимых героев. Я выбрала костюм лисы, потому что выгляжу в нем шикарно.

Потом меня довезли домой, я собрала свои выпускные платья и побежала на свою следующую точку. Предыстория. Моя швея довольно знаменита в нашем городе, и к ней обратились с просьбой сфотографировать выпускные платья, а она уже обратилась с просьбой ко мне побыть моделью. К нам в Пензу приехал фотограф из Москвы, которому и было предназначено провести фотосессию. В назначенное время я была на месте, дожидаясь фотографа и швею. Когда они приехали, нас отвели в студию Лофт. Бооож, какой же симпатичный и сексуальный фотограф, вы бы видели. А ещё с ним очень уютно позировать. В общем, отснимали мои платья, и я побежала домой, чтобы повесить их в шкаф. Потом сходила в душ и побежала на День Рождения к однокласснице. Мы решили устроить что-то типа пикника. Мы ели пиццу, играли, фотографировались, слушали музыку. Всё было так хорошо.

А завтра репетиция вальса на последний звонок с утра. А потом репетитор по истории.

Ещё немного💪🏻

So, talk tomorrow. I am the last talk in the session I am running. Then I am running the second part Thursday morning at 8:30-10:30. Then back home Friday. Then i need to prepare for two small talks I’m giving ar CUWIP (one on best practices for supporting LGBT+ students, one on running a mental health workshop) for June 3.
And now apparently i need to prepare a poster for the active matter summer school for June 11th. Back in Atlanta June 16th or so (have not bought flights yet for the summer school as this conference stole sll my money). Then I run two summer sessions on roller coaster physics the next two weeks. All while working on threeish papers and 4 projects. Then i am gonna pass out for 6 months only waking up for my wedding in Oct. okay? Okay.

I'll be on the radio tonight in Chicago

WHPK FM 88.5

8:30 - 10:00 pm

Talking with an old friend on air and playing a bunch of my music in front of people for the first time! 😬😬😬😬😬😬😬😬😬😬

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Ian Eastwood - Adult Lessons
Dance Mixtape:

1:17 JUST WAIT

3:30 CHIVALRY IS DEAD

8:30 CIGARETTE SONG 

10:30 DOWN ON MY LUCK

13:10 U DON’T HAVE TO CALL 

19:21 ONLY ONE

22:30 SUNDAY CANDY