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Squash Struggles

first_imgPests and diseases make summer squash one of the most challenging vegetables to grow in Georgia home gardens, according to University of Georgia plant pathologist Elizabeth Little, who studies plant diseases and control methods at the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.“Through my plant pathology experience and observations, I’ve noticed what is most difficult to grow in Georgia’s hot, muggy summers. Squash tops the list,” Little said. “That’s why summer squash will grow better where summer conditions are cooler and drier.”Insects like squash vine borers and squash bugs often dine on summer squash.Squash vine borer moths lay eggs at the base of the squash plant and the larvae feed within the stem. Their feeding damages the plant, causing it to wilt and collapse. The only sign of the pest is sawdust-like frass at the base of the stem. There is no guaranteed way to control squash vine borers aside from planting a resistant variety of squash. UGA Cooperative Extension horticulturist Bob Westerfield tells backyard gardeners to plant extra squash plants, “some for you and some for the squash vine borers.”In May, squash bugs lay eggs in the first planting of summer squash and remain in the garden. They can carry a bacterial disease that causes the plants to wilt and die, Little said.“Insects can be seen on plants, but diseases are a little mysterious,” she said. “You can’t just look at the plant and see the microscopic pathogens.”Viruses often knock out summer squash plants during July and August. To fight viruses, Little suggests that home gardeners plant an early crop of squash, then wait until the fall and plant again. Many squash diseases strike plants by July and August. The key is to stay ahead of the diseases, Little said. Choose an open, sunny spot and plant early in the season. Keep plants healthy through good fertility and soil conditions, she said. “If you wait until after you see the disease, it’s too late,” she said. “It’s all about prevention. There is no cure.”Downy mildew, a water mold, can also be a problem in summer squash, according to Little. The mold hurts the leaves of the plant, which affects photosynthesis.Downy mildew doesn’t survive over the winter, but it moves from south Georgia each year and shows up in north Georgia by June or July, she said.“It’s not an early-season disease, so planting early can help,” she said.Powdery mildew loves Georgia’s hot, humid summers and summer squash. Some squash cultivars were bred with resistance to the disease.To help cut down on disease pressure in the home garden, have a “squash-free period” during the height of summer. This helps stop the cycle of pests and disease, Little said.Fruit can start to rot during wet weather. To fight fruit rot, improve air circulation in the garden by making sure plants are not crowded. Keep the fruit dry and off the ground by placing leaves or landscape cloth under the fruit. In general, Little recommends that backyard gardeners search for vegetable varieties that grow best in hot environments. Tomatoes and pumpkins are also on Little’s list of vegetables that are hard to grow in Georgia due to pests and diseases, but she says that watermelons and other melons grow well in Georgia heat.For more information on growing a vegetable garden in Georgia, read through the UGA Extension publications at www.extension.uga.edu/publications.last_img read more


first_imgSUPER HIGH FIVE CARRYOVER OF $15,475 ARCADIA, Calif. (March 24, 2016)–There is a Pick Six carryover of $37,289 into Friday at Santa Anita and it’s expected Friday’s total Pick Six pool could approach $250,000, according to track officials.First post time for an eight-race card Friday is at 1 p.m. The Pick Six will be comprised of the final six races, three through eight. Approximate post time for Friday’s third race is at 2:05 p.m. PDT.In addition to the Pick Six carryover, there is a Super High Five carryover into Friday of $15,475. A one dollar minimum wager, the Super High Five requires players to pick the first five finishers in the final race in exact order.Admission gates open on Friday at 11 a.m. For late changes and complete morning line information, fans are encouraged to visit santaanita.com.last_img read more


first_imgEdward Freeman931233%67%$95,585 D’AMATO HOPES TO CASH IN ON GOLD RUSH DAY            Leading trainer Phil D’Amato has six horses entered on Saturday’s rich California Gold Rush Day card featuring five stakes races for horses bred or sired in California, including Tough It Out in the $200,000 Snow Chief Stakes for three-year-olds at 1 1/8 miles on turf and Sheer Pleasure in the $125,000 Fran’s Valentine Stakes for older fillies and mares at one mile on turf.“Both are doing great,” said D’Amato, atop the trainers’ standings with 11 wins, five more than Jerry Hollendorfer, Mike Puype and John Sadler, each tied with six.“The mile and an eighth distance should be perfect for Tough It Out. He’s won on the grass before and been second once, so I like this spot for him.“Sheer Pleasure came out of her second-place finish to Beholder (in the Grade III Adoration on May 8) in great shape. I think going back against Cal-breds will make the difference in getting her a win.”The Snow Chief field: Ralis, Mario Gutierrez, 5-2; The Big Train, Santiago Gonzalez, 15-1; Glory Bound, Edwin Maldonado, 10-1; Midnight Ming, Rafael Bejarano, 5-1; Tough It Out, Joe Talamo, 2-1; and Gold Rush Dancer, Flavien Prat, 9-5. TEMPERATURE, BLOOD COUNT STEADY FOR NYQUIST, WHO RETURNS JUNE 5            Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist remained on the road to recovery Friday from a fever that will prevent him from running in the Belmont Stakes and yet another meeting with Exaggerator, who handed Nyquist his first defeat in last Saturday’s Preakness after eight straight victories.“I just got a text from Jack Sisterson (at Pimlico),” Doug O’Neill assistant Leandro Mora said Friday morning at Santa Anita. “He said Nyquist’s temperature is fine and normal for the second day in a row, his blood count is coming back to where it was and he’s eating normally, so we’re all very happy.”O’Neill said Thursday Nyquist will return to Santa Anita a week from Sunday, June 5. Edwin Maldonado611412823%56%$494,476 Drayden Van Dyke2833311%32%$159,860 DISTANCE SUITS LILY KAI IN FRAN’S VALENTINEMike Machowsky has two horses entered in Saturday’s $125,000 Fran’s Valentine Stakes for fillies and mares, four and up, at a mile on turf, Madam Mousse and Lily Kai, each making her stakes debut.All but one of Lily Kai’s nine career starts have come on grass. The four-year-old daughter of Unusual Heat won by nearly two lengths going 1 1/16 miles on turf at Golden Gate Fields on May 1.“The race should set up well for her,” Machowsky said. “There’s a lot of speed in there and both fillies are doing really well, but I think it will set up good for Lily Kai.”The field for the Fran’s Valentine: Smoove It, Mario Gutierrez, 3-1; Nite Delite, Stewart Elliott, 12-1; Sheer Pleasure, Martin Garcia, 7-2; Madame Mousse, Santiago Gonzalez, 10-1; Lily Kai, Dryden Van Dyke, 8-1; Bert’s Melody, Brice Blanc, 5-1; Velvet Mesquite, Tyler Baze, 9-2; and Singing Kitty, Rafael Bejarano, 4-1. Ignacio Puglisi1231125%42%$77,158 Tiago Pereira4647109%46%$181,523 Richard Mandella1633319%56%$197,795 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Mark Glatt2444417%50%$143,606 CHEEKABOO TO ‘RUN HER OWN RACE’ IN MELAIROn paper, Enola Gray’s five rivals appear to be running for second in Saturday’s $200,000 Melair Stakes for three-year-old fillies at 1 1/16 miles.That’s the opinion of Peter Eurton, who trains 5-1 morning line chance Cheekaboo.“Whoever beats Enola Gray wins the race,” Eurton said, “and there’s no speed to go with her, but I’m just going to run my own race and see what happens.”The Melair: Enola Gray, Tyler Baze, 2-5; Allsquare, Joe Talamo, 10-1; Cheekaboo, Rafael Bejarano, 5-1; Hacktivism, Mario Gutierrez, 8-1; The Spiral Jetter, Santiago Gonzalez, 12-1; and Shy Carmelita, Martin Garcia, 6-1.HENDRICKS EYES ‘GOOD TRIP’ IN TIZNOW STAKESSongforjohnmichael showed speed in the Santana Mile on April 2 before finishing third in a solid performance.Trainer Dan Hendricks feels the son of Songandaprayer can stalk if need be in Saturday’s $150,000 Tiznow Stakes for older horses at a flat mile.“He usually rates,” Hendricks said. “He had the rail in the Santana Mile and broke so well that it kind of put him in front.“I think if he gets a good trip Saturday, it will result in a good race.”The Tiznow: Howdy, Mario Gutierrez, 6-1; Boozer, Edwin Maldonado, 5-2; Songforjohnmichael, Joe Talamo, 2-1; Avanti Bello, Rafael Bejarano, 8-1; Indygo Holiday, Fernando Perez, 15-1; Soi Phet, Kent Desomreaux, 4-1; and Skookum Spirit, Stewart Elliott, 9-2. Flavien Prat43117526%53%$463,245 Brayan Pena2832611%39%$69,120 Chad Lindsay2131114%24%$62,430 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Santiago Gonzalez59810814%44%$420,220 Richard Baltas2435313%46%$159,043 Patrick Gallagher1340031%31%$112,120 Jerry Hollendorfer3763816%46%$499,280 Rafael Bejarano631311821%51%$679,605 Peter Eurton1330123%31%$170,105 John Sadler2861321%36%$365,665 FINISH LINES: With his half-length victory aboard two-year-old first-time starter Theonewewaitedfor for trainer Mike Harrington in Thursday’s first race, Edwin Maldonado took the lead in the jockeys’ race, 14-13 over runners-up Tyler Baze and Rafael Bejarano. “Everything’s going well,” said Maldonado’s agent, J.R. Pegram, who also represents Kent Desormeaux, winner of the Santa Anita Derby and Preakness Stakes on Exaggerator . . . Taris, prepping for either the Grade I Triple Bend Stakes against males on June 25 or the Grade I Vanity Mile against her own sex June 4, worked five furlongs Friday in 1:01.20. “I’m really, really happy with her work,” trainer Simon Callaghan said. “It was just what I was looking for. She moved great. I’d say right now it’s 50-50 for one of the two races.” Taris was clocked in 48.80 for the half mile . . . Trainer Peter Eurton has Palos Verdes and San Carlos winner Kobe’s Back on course for the Triple Bend . . . San Felipe Stakes winner Danzing Candy had his first work since moving from Cliff Sise Jr. to Bob Baffert, going four furlongs with Mike Smith up in 47.60. Danzing Candy galloped out five furlongs in 1:01 . . . Santa Anita races through Monday, Memorial Day, but will be dark for live racing next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, May 31, June 1 and June 2. Live racing resumes Friday, June 3 at 2 p.m. KENT TO WORK EXAGGERATOR AT BELMONT PARKTEMPERATURE FOR NYQUIST STEADY AS SHE GOESSNOW CHIEF STAKES DISTANCE SUITS TOUGH IT OUTCHEEKABOO TACKLES 2-5 ENOLA GRAY IN MELAIRSONGFORJOHNMICHAEL CAN RATE IN TIZNOW STAKESDISTANCE SUITS LILY KAI IN FRAN’S VALENTINEFOREST CHATTER READY FOR LENNYFROMALIBU Joseph Talamo5010101020%60%$510,403 Philip D’Amato381110429%66%$578,370 FOREST CHATTER ‘SHOULD BE READY’ FOR LENNYFROMALIBUForest Chatter is the 6-5 morning line favorite to resume his winning ways on Santa Anita’s downhill turf course when he runs in Saturday’s $100,000 Lennyfromalibu Stakes for four-year-olds and up.The five-year-old gelded son of Dixie Chatter trained by Richard Mandella has won five of six over the course, losing for the only time on Feb. 27 when third in the Sensational Star under Mike Smith, who has ridden him in 11 of his 12 career starts.“That was a good race,” Smith said of the Sensational Star. “It was his first race back (since running fourth in the Cary Grant on dirt at Del Mar Nov. 22). “It was a good third, he needed that race and he should really be ready for this one. Plus, he likes the hill.“You couldn’t ask for anything else. He’s just got to be good enough and get the trip.”The field: Forest Chatter, Mike Smith, 6-5; Pay the Fine, Mario Gutierrez, 9-2; Ambitious Brew, Flavien Prat, 7-5; Old Man Lake, Tyler Baze, 12-1; and K Thirty Eight, Edwin Maldonado, 6-1. Martin Garcia3964515%38%$370,135 Fernando Perez2832311%29%$137,785 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Tyler Baze6813121419%57%$560,055 Mike Puype2762222%37%$201,140 Hector O. Palma833038%75%$59,490 Martin Pedroza3563517%40%$199,045 Steven Miyadi832038%63%$81,035 -30- KENT DESORMEAUX TO WORK EXAGGERATOR AT BELMONT Santa Anita Derby winner Exaggerator will have his regular rider, Kent Desormeaux, aboard in his only major work at Belmont Park next week for the final jewel in the Triple Crown, the Belmont Stakes on June 11.“Nothing has changed with Exaggerator between yesterday to today,” trainer and part owner Keith Desormeaux said Friday morning at Santa Anita. “He’s still cold and tight, and he only walked today (at Pimlico). He’ll train Saturday and go to Belmont Sunday. Next week I’m trying to decide whether to breeze on Saturday (June 4) or Tuesday (June 7).”Keith had been mulling whether to have Aaron Gryder or younger brother Kent work Exaggerator, but decided on Kent.“As I think about it,” he said, “we might as well get Kent there to work him. It will keep him busy, unless he’s got some plans that I don’t know about.” (Current Through Thursday, May 26)last_img read more

Beckles urges WICB to implement Patterson Report reform

first_imgVice-Chancellor of the University of the West Indies, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, has urged the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to implement the most crucial reform aspect of the Patterson Report.Telling the WICB president Dave Cameron that reform was the “duty of his generation”, Sir Hilary pointed to Carlos Brathwaite’s heroics of four sixes off the first four balls of the final over in the men’s final which fired West Indies to victory over England and stressed that it was now left to the regional governing body to complete the process.”All that is now required is for the WICB, president and directors, to complete the over,” Sir Hilary said in a letter to media.”There are two balls left to face, one is to accept the governance reform that calls for the Council of Stakeholders as set out in the Patterson Report, and the other is to recognise that by accepting the governance interdependence of cricket and society is not to lose autonomy.”The players have done their job on the field. It is now for the president, whose heart resides in cricket as much as any one of us, to do his and lead his board boldly into the rest of the decade with public support and popular legitimacy.”The Patterson Report, commissioned by the WICB and authored by former Jamaica Prime Minister P.J. Patterson, was produced in 2007, but its main recommendations have been ignored by the WICB.Among these proposals are the implementation of a Council of Stakeholders, comprising 23 members and, according to the Report, “representative of a wide cross section of stakeholders and will determine policies and strategies and provide guidance for the development of West Indies cricket”.This council would appoint the president, vice-president and the executive directors.West Indies cricket is being destroyed by “internal conflict and acrimony.”Without this reform, West Indies runs the risk of being razed to the ground by internal conflict and acrimony,” he pointed out.”The golden monument we have all built as a tribute to our cultural tenacity and collective wisdom must come first. This is your task, Mr President. It’s a duty of your generation.”Noticeably, Sir Hilary made no reference to the most recent Caricom-commissioned Governance Report, which last year called for the “immediate dissolution” of the WICB.Speaking last November after the report was made public, Sir Hilary said he believed institutions like UWI and the WICB needed to be “preserved for posterity”, but also adapt to changing times.- CMClast_img read more

Report: Warriors accuse Rockets’ Chris Paul of ‘dirty play’

first_imgThe Warriors are reportedly fuming that Andre Iguodala’s knee injury suffered in Game 4 was the result of a dirty play by Rockets star guard Chris Paul.Yahoo Sports reported many Warriors are accusing Paul of dirty tactics by purposely clipping Iguodala’s knee from behind while the two were chasing a rebound in Houston’s 112-108 victory Monday night.While it’s hard to decipher Paul’s intent on the play, considering the All-Star’s reputation as an irritant and someone prone to stretching the …last_img read more

Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, May 8, 2019

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Not many changes in the near term forecast, but from this weekend forward, our outlook is trending just a little wetter. However, the extended period is up for grabs, with models flip-flopping quite badly. Here is our look this morning. Today will be rain-free over nearly all of Ohio. South and south west flow will allow temps to climb to normal and above normal levels today. This will increase the instability in our atmosphere as we head in to tomorrow. That is where we see the best moisture potential out of this current system. Showers arrive in western Ohio around midday, and then spread east through the balance of the afternoon. Showers and thunderstorms will be in through the overnight tomorrow night into early Friday morning, triggering .25”-.75” rains over a 80% of the state. The heaviest rains will be mostly south of I-70 where we have the best chance of thunderstorms, both strong and garden variety. Friday afternoon we will have plenty of clouds and some limited sun, although we may be able to see those clouds give way to more sun before sunset. Colder air returns behind the Thursday frontal complex. We keep sunshine into Saturday as well, but mostly in the morning and midday. Clouds increase again late Saturday afternoon. We have not been able to shake that concern about thunderstorms Saturday night into Sunday, and in fact the complex looks to be strengthening this morning. We expect rain and thunderstorms overnight Saturday overnight through all of Sunday with rain totals expected from .5”-2.5” and 90% coverage. The heaviest action again will be in southern Indiana. Clouds mix with some sunshine the rest of Sunday afternoon. Next week then is mostly dry. Partly to mostly sunny skies will be in over the region Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. A new wrinkle in the forecast allows for scattered showers next Tuesday. The amount of moisture is not that big of a story…we could see up to .3” and perhaps 40%-50% coverage through Wednesday morning.  The story, though, is the fact that the moisture in the area interrupts a potential stretch of dry days and slows drying substantially. Hopefully this moisture dissipates, but right now is looking strong enough to hang around. Another cluster of rain and thunderstorm action comes in late next week for Thursday overnight through Friday morning. Rain potential come in around .25”-.75” with 80% coverage. Friday afternoon starts to see some clearing. The map at right shows total 10 day rainfall potential, if things come together as outlined above. The bulk of the moisture shown on this map would develop Saturday overnight through Sunday. For the extended 11-16 day window, we start dry for Saturday the 18th. Models then try to bring moderate to heavy rain in for the remaining 5 days of the extended window. We are not making those kinds of changes to our forecast this morning, though, as the dramatic change in model solutions just came on quickly, out of nowhere. Instead, we will continue to look for scattered showers around Monday the 20th into Tuesday the 21st, with potential of .25”-1.5”.  We will monitor the extended period going forward, and when a true pattern shows itself, we will adjust our forecast accordingly. However, we don’t feel it is prudent to make any changes of significance this morning.last_img read more

The Cave — Geocache of the Week

first_img <> Continue to explore some of the most amazing geocaches around the world.Check out all of the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, fill out this form.Share with your Friends:More Faro,PortugalN 37° 05.219 W 008° 25.466 If you make the trek, make sure to sign the logbookClose your eyes. Take in a deep breath. Let it out. Transport yourself to the most exquisite beach you can imagine. It’s sunny, warm, and there’s even a remote cave. Now imagine there’s a geocache there, too. This is no dream. This is “The Cave” in Faro, Portugal, our Geocache of the Week. Portugal is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. This corner of Europe is known for their fabulous beaches, traditional fishing villages, exquisite port wine, rich culture, and their passionate geocaching community.“The Cave” is also known as Algar de Benagil“The Cave” is also known as Algar de Benagil, located along the Algarve, the southernmost region of Portugal in the municipality of Faro. This T5 Traditional can be accessed by boat, canoe, or kayak and takes about 15 minutes from nearby Praia de Benagil (Benagil Beach). Swimming to the cave is not advised since ocean currents can be strong. You may pass several local fishing boats as you make this trek.Can be accessed by boat, canoe, or kayakFrom late morning to mid-afternoon the cave comes alive and is perfect for those posts to make all your friends back home jealous. The sunlight permeates directly from the top opening which creates an interesting contrast between light and shadow. Algar de Benagil is Instagram-famous so to increase your chances of a remote getaway, make the journey at off times and rent your own kayak (and life vest) rather than booking with one of the tour boats.Being the only ones there is still possible if you’re flexible with timesWhile you’re there, consider hiking to the dome on top of the cave. It is possible to make the trek in flip-flops, but if you have a dry bag to add a pair of sneakers, it’s a good idea. It’s advised to stay behind the fence and take in the view from there.View from the top of the domeSince satellite reception is non-existent inside the cave, the cache is not at the given coordinates. The coordinates will get you to the west entrance, but the cache is hidden in the highest rock at the darkest part of The Cave. You’ll just have to go there and find out for yourself. Difficulty:2Terrain:5center_img TraditionalGC1EFM0by global trekkers The Cave — Geocache of the Week The Cave — Geocache of the Week The Cave — Geocache of the Week The Cave — Geocache of the Week The Cave — Geocache of the Week The Cave — Geocache of the Week The Cave — Geocache of the Week SharePrint RelatedIndiana Jones and the Mysterious Waterfall — Geocache of the WeekFebruary 21, 2018In “Community”Pirate’s Booty / Bonaire — Geocache of the WeekJuly 20, 2017In “Community”Cathedral Cavern Cache — Geocache of the WeekOctober 9, 2019In “Community”last_img read more

Madrid thrashes APOEL 6-0 to make Champions League last 16

first_imgRead Next Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Ronaldo has been struggling in the Spanish league with only one goal in 12 rounds, but he already has eight in the Champions League and is the competition’s leading scorer.The Spanish powerhouse is trying to become the first team since Bayern Munich in 1976 to win threeconsecutive European titles. Ajax did it in 1971-73, and Madrid won four in a row from 1956-60.APOEL hasn’t won a group stage match in the Champions League since 2012.“Today we’ve made so many mistakes that we haven’t made before,” APOEL coach Giorgos Donis said. “In the last game we’ll try to avoid those mistakes.” MOST READ QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Grand Slams planning to cut seeds from 32 back to 16 in 2019 Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo, center, celebrates after scoring the fifth goal of his team during the Champions League Group H soccer match between APOEL Nicosia and Real Madrid at GSP stadium, in Nicosia, on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)NICOSIA, Cyprus— With Karim Benzema finding its scoring touch and Cristiano Ronaldo adding to his tally, Real Madrid again made it to the knockout stages of the Champions League.Benzema scored twice in the first half and Ronaldo netted twice in the second as Madrid thrashed Cypriot team APOEL 6-0 to guarantee a spot in the last 16 on Tuesday.ADVERTISEMENT PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games00:40Trending Articles01:42Police: California school shooting took 16 seconds01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss LATEST STORIES Luka Modric and Nacho Fernandez also scored for the defending champions, who have made it past the group stage for 22 straight seasons.The result eliminated Borussia Dortmund, which lost to Tottenham 2-1 in Germany in the other Group H match.Tottenham heads into the final round leading Madrid by three points and has already secured first place. Dortmund and APOEL have no chance of advancing.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutMadrid also finished second in its group last season, to Dortmund, marking the first time the Spanish club has failed to advance in first place since the 2012-13 season.Tottenham hosts APOEL on Dec. 6, while Madrid hosts Dortmund. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Kris Aquino ‘pretty chill about becoming irrelevant’ Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa “We came here to qualify and we did it,” Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said. “It was a good night. We aresatisfied.”Madrid won only one of its last four matches in all competitions, but it found easy pickings in Nicosia to earn its biggest ever away win in the Champions league.Modric opened the scoring with a long-range shot midway through the first half and Benzema and Fernandez added their goals seven minutes apart just before halftime.Benzema hadn’t scored in six matches in all competitions.“Forwards aren’t always about scoring,” Benzema said. “If I can help my teammates with passes and movement, I will do (it). Today I was lucky enough to score two goals and do something good for my side.”ADVERTISEMENT Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

Social CRM: Lessons for Retaining Customers with Inbound Marketing

first_img Public Relations Originally published Apr 5, 2010 1:00:00 PM, updated October 20 2016 Topics: Learn how companies are using inbound marketing techniques to generate higher volume and lower cost leads and customers. Date and time: Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 1:00pm EDT  Reserve Your Spot Now Live Webinar: The State of Inbound Marketing Lead Generation last_img read more