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Muddy Boots

Keith and Elisabeth

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Landscape Designer, Keith Edwards, and 'Garden Girl', Elisabeth Kingman, join forces to bring an engaging, informative, and entertaining take on all things gardens. From growing perfect produce to garden design, Keith and Elisabeth will cover it. Come along and get your hands and boots muddy. For more information follow us on Instagram @muddybootspodcast
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Baptist Management System (BMS) is an improvement system that focuses on creating a holistic management system built on purpose, people, and process. BMS exist within the overall operating system of Baptist Memorial Health Care. BMS promotes and is based on the following 11 Guiding Principles: Respect, Humility, Trust, Empathy, Perfection, Process Focus, Scientific Thinking, Quality at the Source, Flow and Pull, Constancy of Purpose, Systemic Thinking. As we embed the 11 Guiding Principles i ...
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Trivia Over Tea

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Every Wednesday join host Matthew Cook and his trusty scorekeeper Carter Zenke as their friends go head-to-head in an epic (but friendly) trivia battle over a good cup of tea. Navigating questions about history, sports, music, geography, and much more, the contestants compete for the ultimate prize: A teabag.
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Dr. Fife completed a Family Medicine residency at the University of Texas, Southwestern in Dallas followed by a two-year Fellowship in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine at Duke University. Until 2013 she was a Professor of Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston where she initiated the Memorial Hermann Center for Wound Hea…
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A happy, cost effective, sustainable garden - who doesn’t love that? Set yourself up by spending the time and money by setting up your garden with good soil Compost - a great, cost effective way to turn your kitchen waste into a valuable product for your garden. Keith recommends Clyde's Lignite Humate before applying compost and then covering with …
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Keith Ingels is the Raymond Lean Management manager of solutions and support centers for The Raymond Corporation. He has worked with lean management principles for more than 20 years, throughout the Toyota Material Handling network. At Toyota, he studied under internationally known TPS mentors in Japan and Europe, led his team to be one of the firs…
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Currently own a worm farm or thinking you might like to? This week we meet Richard Thomas from Wormlovers Hear about the history of Wormlovers and their journey over the last 10 years and learn from Richard’s knowledge on the benefits of worm farms for the home gardener. Check out the Wormlovers website to see the range of not only worm farms but p…
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Elisabeth Swan has consulted in the business process performance industry for over 30 years. She advises local nonprofits and guides Fortune 100 companies through Lean Transformations and improvement efforts generating millions in savings. She is the co-designer and lead Instructor for the Lean Six Sigma Leadership Course at University of Californi…
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Find out who will be this month’s Q&A winner of The Plant Runner’s prize! We have been inundated with excellent questions, here are some of the topics discussed this month: Passionfruit hoppers can be controlled by weekly spraying of ECO Neem and Eco Oil Frangipane with woolly aphid. Keith suggests controlling with Pyrethrum (add a drop or two of d…
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Doug Lemov is the author of the international bestseller Teach Like a Champion--now in its 3.0 version--and The Coach's Guide to Teaching. He is the co-author, with TLAC colleagues, of Practice Perfect, Reading Reconsidered, Teaching in the Online Classroom, and Reconnect. In addition to his work studying teachers, he would like you to believe that…
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What’s growing in Keith’s garden? Flowers, trees and of course lots of edibles. This week we take a closer look at what’s happening in his beloved garden. The trial garden - what’s living up to expectation and what’s not! Some disappointing new varieties of Rudbeckia. Agastache and salvias are always winners and eryngium (Sea Holly) also performing…
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Dr. Timothy Chen, family medicine expert, is the Medical Director at BlueHealth Baptist in Madison, Mississippi. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Engineering from Mississippi State University and later attended the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in Jackson. For his residency training, he attended the Carolinas …
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Today we go back to one of Keith’s favourite topics! Where everything in a good garden starts - the soil. Finally an easy guide to why we should we be composting, getting started and maintaining a perfect, odour-free compost. We learn about the Carbon:Nitrogen ratio (ideally 1 part carbon to 3 parts nitrogen) the role of microbes in breaking down c…
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Michaela Kerrissey, PhD, MS, is an assistant professor of management on the faculty at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. She identifies how healthcare organizations innovate, improve, and integrate services, specifically how teams solve problems that cross organizational boundaries. Her research has been published in leading academic jou…
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Today we explore the world of native and exotic plants. What is a native plant? What is an exotic plant? How can we integrate these different designs into our garden spaces? Keith outlines some of the benefits of growing natives and exotics in the one garden. These include: Ability to grow different combinations by creating micro climates from exot…
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Dr. Teodor Grantcharov completed his surgical training at the University of Copenhagen, and a doctoral degree in Medical Sciences at the University of Aarhus in Denmark. Dr. Grantcharov is a Professor of Surgery at Stanford University and Associate Chief Quality Officer for Innovation and Safety at Stanford Healthcare. Prior to joining Stanford, Dr…
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Our first Muddy Boots Q&A for the year! Find out who will be this month’s Q&A winner of The Plant Runner’s prize! Types of nutrient rich mulch - what to choose? Mushroom, Lucerne, Pea straw? Keith recommends Who Flung Dung Poppy seeds - an easy one to grow by sowing directly into your garden Wanting to try gardening with a Moon Calendar? Try this s…
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Mark Bowden is an expert in Body Language, Human Behavior, and Communication Voted Global Gurus #1 body language professional in the world, bestselling author, founder of communication training company TRUTHPLANE, and co-host of the YouTube sensation The Behavior Panel, Mark Bowden is a world renowned thought leader in body language and communicati…
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Elisabeth is ready to fill her new raised beds and start her veggie patch. Maybe you are too? This month, Keith gives us some great advice on getting started with growing your own food. Location, location, location - lots of sun is an absolute must! Type of veggie patch - options include a raised bed or building into existing lawn or garden bed. Er…
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Ed Schein is a former Professor Emeritus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management. In 2009 he published Helping, a book on the general theory and practice of giving and receiving help followed in 2013 by Humble Inquiry which explores why helping is so difficult in western culture. It won the 2013 business book o…
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No garden is complete without trees! This month Keith shares his top 10 favourite trees for the Australian garden. Full moon maple - Acer japonicum vitifolium - well suited smaller garden Norway Maple or Designer Maple Acer platinoides globosum - well suited smaller garden Acer platinoides Crimson Sentry -well suited smaller garden Persimon fuyu - …
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Our last Muddy Boots Podcast for the year! Thank you to our loyal listeners this year! Find out who will be this month’s Q&A winner of The Plant Runner’s prize? After a climbing rose in yellow or orange hues? Keith suggestions - Banksia rose, Maigold, Summertime, Golden Showers Removing leaves and pinching tomatoes? Keep a single main trunk, reduce…
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For regular listeners the name Clyde's Compost will be familiar. But did you know Clyde’s Compost has a brand new product? Lignite Humates is what Keith would call a “game changer”. Hear from Vince from Clydes about both the original Clyde’s compost and his brand new product. Why Clyde’s Compost? Originally created for the family’s intense vegetabl…
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Mónica Guzmán is a bridge builder, journalist, and entrepreneur who lives for great conversations sparked by curious questions. She’s senior fellow for public practice at Braver Angels, the nation’s largest cross-partisan grassroots organization working to depolarize America; host of live interview series at Crosscut; and cofounder of the award-win…
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This week Elisabeth asks Keith to share some tips on how to encourage wildlife into her new garden. Grow it and they shall come! Both a perennial or natives style garden can be created to maximise wildlife. Birdbaths, rocks and nesting logs will all assist with creating places for wildlife to enjoy. Plants like Dianella Revoluta with edible berries…
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Dr. Feuquay was named Northern Arizona Healthcare’s chief medical officer in 2019. Dr. Feuquay joined NAH in 2009 as an internal medicine hospitalist at Flagstaff Medical Center before becoming medical director of hospitalist medicine at FMC in 2011. In 2018, he became the NAH physician advisor. In each of his positions, he has served as a leader a…
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This week is all about deadheading - why & how to deadhead to keep your flowers flourishing! Why do we deadhead? Looks tidier, helps keep plants healthy and can prolong the flowering period. How to deadhead? Hand pinch or use secateurs. Cut just above the next set of leaves or nodes. What to deadhead? Keith and Elisabeth share their list with some …
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Tilo Schwarz is a leadership coach, former plant manager and co-founder of the Campus for Leaders at the University of Applied Science Ansbach. He helps managers to successfully lead change and empower their teams for improvement, adaptiveness, and superior results. During his time as a plant manager at a renowned German power-tool manufacturer, he…
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Meet the Jim in Jim’s Mowing. Hear the incredible journey of Jim’s Mowing and how it has grown from a backyard business to over 5000 franchisees. Hear what has contributed to the success. Listen to Keith and Jim’s banter as Keith shares a couple of his favourite products with Jim including Clyde’s Lignite Humates, MycoGold , Munash Rock Dust and Ji…
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From citrus, avocado and eucalyptus trees to garden design and ponds. Hear this week’s questions answered and hear who our lucky Plant Runner prize winner is. How to get rid of Bacterial Brown spot on Eucalyptus Caesia . Treat Citrus Leaf Miner or gall wasps with Eco Oil and ECO Neem weekly Got a pond and need advice? Contact Garden World Top tips …
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Michael Bungay Stanier has a gift for distilling big, complex ideas into practical, accessible knowledge for everyday people that helps them be a force for good. His books have sold over a million copies, with The Coaching Habit topping the Wall Street Journal bestseller list. MBS has been featured on the blogs and social media platforms of thought…
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This week the team talk to artist Anna Tronson about the work of co-host Keith Edwards. As we know Keith is a landscape consultant. Check hime out at https://keithedwards.com.au/ and https://www.instagram.com/ke_landscape_consultant/. From the initial interview, site inspections and research through to creating a detailed plan on paper; we learn in…
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Matt Abrahams is the Larsen Lam Family Lecturer in Organizational Behavior at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, and a much sought-after keynote speaker and communication consultant for Fortune 100 companies. His popular podcast, Think Fast, Talk Smart, is the number one career/business program on Apple Podcasts in India, Israel, Ca…
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Dr. Steven J. Spear (DBA MS MS) Principal, HVE LLC Sr. Lecturer, MIT Sloan School Sr. Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement Creator, See to Solve Gemba and Real Time Alert Systems SSpear@MIT.edu www.SeeToSolve.com Steve@HVELLC.com Knowing how to get smarter about what you do and better at doing it, faster than anyone else, is critical, a bon…
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Love the idea of a wildflower meadow as part of your garden design? Not sure how to get started or how this can be incorporated into a domestic garden? Let Keith & Elisabeth inspire you! Wildflowers need plenty of sun and it’s important to get rid of all grass and weeds before planting. Be patient, this process may take 2 years! Don’t want to wait?…
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Dave Gutscher is a Management Consultant that specializes on improving the management process. Dave has 40 years of work experience in agriculture, fresh food, automotive and finance. He is a certified ‘Problem Solving’ trainer and has over 25 years direct experience with Toyota in both Canada and the United States. He has been applying and teachin…
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This week Keith and Elisabeth follow up on the recent episode that listed Keith’s Top 10 fruit trees! Now we are stepped through a step by step guide to growing beautiful fruit trees Choosing the right location Preparing the hole for planting - with Clyde's Compost, MycoGold, Munash Rock Dust Clyde’s lignite Planting and staking your new tree & fin…
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Jeremy Utley is one of the world's leading experts in innovation. Formerly the Director of Executive Education at Stanford's renowned Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (aka "the d.school"), and now as an Adjunct Professor at Stanford University, his courses have been experienced by nearly a million students of innovation worldwide. He advises corp…
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Check out this week’s Q&A and learn who will win the prize, donated by The Plant Runner Great questions as always and some excellent suggestions from Keith and Elisabeth including: - :Keep an eye out for Gumleaf Skeletoniser (Uraba Lugens) that can destroy eucalypts in Winter & Early spring - Tips for using the moon calendar to guide pruning times …
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Sarah Sydlowski, AuD, PhD, MBA is Audiology Director of the Hearing Implant Program and Associate Chief Improvement Officer at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Sydlowski is Board Certified in Audiology with Specialty Certification in Cochlear Implants. Her clinical and research interests focus on implantable hearing devices, optimizatio…
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Keith’s Top 10 Fruit Trees Already growing your own fruit trees or love the idea but haven’t yet tried? Be inspired by Keith, the “the fruit tree aficionado”! Before selecting your trees, be sure to research what will grow in your area. Consider frosts, soil type, available sunlight and your available space and design preferences. Be sure to know w…
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Mark Graban is an author, speaker, and consultant, whose latest book, The Mistakes That Make Us: Cultivating a Culture of Learning and Innovation, is available now. He is also the author of the award-winning book Lean Hospitals: Improving Quality, Patient Safety, and Employee Engagement and others, including Measures of Success: React Less, Lead Be…
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Meet Marco Baretta from ModBOX, expert in all there is to know about raised garden beds. So why raised beds? Raised beds are attractive, ergonomic and make soil control & maintenance a lot easier. When designing raised beds, Keith & Marco recommend a height of approximately 450mm, no wider than 600mm if against a wall or 1200mm if it is accessible …
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Chris Butterworth is a multi-award-winning author, speaker, and coach. He is a certified Shingo Institute master-level facilitator and a Shingo Institute Faculty Fellow and examiner. He is the winner of Best New Speaker of the Year Award for The Executive Connection (TEC) for his talk on Lean Thinking and the co-author of the widely acclaimed Shing…
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Trivia Over Tea enters its chaos era by welcoming sixteen contestants in our one-hundredth episode. Host: Matthew Cook Scorekeeper: Carter Zenke Contestants: Frey Lemonholm, Madeline Andriesen, Caitlyn Fick, Matthew Brown, Anna Sipowicz, Jasper Davidoff, Noah Benjamin, Margaret Zenke, Julia Mahon Kuzin, Hailey Parker-Combes, Graciela Perez, Tanner …
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Some warm weather already and predicted to be a warm Spring and hot Summer. How should we prepare for the months ahead? Think about putting in an irrigation system - drip line irrigation, micro sprinklers or pop up sprinklers. Build up your soil with organic matter, compost and Biochar and top with 75mm of mulch such as granitic sand. Wetting agent…
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Dan Fleming is the Director of Consulting Services at GBMP and has an impressive 30+ years of experience in operations and engineering, including 25 years of hands-on practice devoted to the principles and tools of the Toyota Production System and Continuous Improvement. Dan has been a Shingo Prize Examiner and Shingo Course Facilitator for 10 year…
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Check out this week’s Q&A and learn who will win the prize, donated by The Plant Runner Great questions as always and some excellent suggestions from Keith and Elisabeth including: - Kickstarting Mock orange hedge with Scotts Osmocote Compost and Neutrog Gyganic - Looking to plant Camellias in full sun? Go for the Sasanqua variety - Spanish Lavende…
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Professor Peter Hines, is the Co-Founder of the Lean Enterprise Research Centre at Cardiff Business School. LERC grew to be the largest academic research in lean globally. He has undertaken extensive research into Lean and written or co-written twelve books including Shingo Prize winning books “Staying Lean”, “Creating a Lean & Green Business Syste…
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