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Crayfish Dissection
 
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Crayfish dissection
Views: 10314 Richard Glassford II
Grasshopper Dissection
 
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Instructions for Grasshopper Dissection (Orthoptera) Education
Views: 30621 Richard Glassford II
Insect Pinning
 
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A tutorial on pinning insects for insect collections. Links for pinning materials - http://amzn.to/2wl2gdw - Size 2 pins http://amzn.to/2vVIdkH - Featherweight forceps http://amzn.to/2v2L3FV - Insect net http://amzn.to/2wkkLOZ - Rubbing alcohol ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Country Cue 1 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Views: 8436 Richard Glassford II
Peppers Oven Dried
 
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Using the oven to dry peppers is a great alternative to a high tech food dehydrator. I am sure results will vary but it took a lot longer than we thought it would. Opening the peppers and exposing the internal portions to the heat will speed up the process. After drying we grind and use the powder or flakes on many of our dishes, my favorite...... chili.
Views: 1629 Richard Glassford II
Light Trap How to Collect Insects Fast
 
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A tutorial on catching insects with a light trap. The links below will help you get some materials you need to get your collecting started! http://amzn.to/2wl2gdw - Size 2 pins http://amzn.to/2vVIdkH - Featherweight forceps http://amzn.to/2v2L3FV - Insect net http://amzn.to/2wkkLOZ - Rubbing alcohol http://amzn.to/2w0HVrr - White sheet --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Country Cue 1 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Views: 5178 Richard Glassford II
Ant Problems, Control with Dish Soap
 
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Kitchen soap a good ant killer. Better to use than harsher insecticides.
Views: 1832 Richard Glassford II
Frog Dissection
 
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Learn basic vertebrate anatomy through the frog dissection. For dissection equipment - http://amzn.to/2vfMwaj
Views: 463962 Richard Glassford II
Clam Dissection
 
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Clam dissection and basic structure and function. Learn the inner workings of the filter feeding bivalve.
Views: 4129 Richard Glassford II
How to catch a Dragonfly
 
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Dragonflies are awesome predatory insects. As larvae they feed on other aquatic creatures. They live in ponds, streams and lakes and are one of summer's most notable insects. Adults are fast and very aware of their surroundings. To collect or to take an image of an adult dragonfly one must be stealthy, quick and patient. To preserve your specimen you can use the freezer or if out in the field careful use of rubbing alcohol (with parent supervision). Classification: kingdom Animalia, phylum Arthropoda, class Insecta, order Odonata
Views: 3673 Richard Glassford II
Tiger Muskie- Beast Caught at Pineview Reservoir
 
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Tiger Muskie is an ultimate predator. This hybrid beast is one of the most ferocious freshwater fish.
Tricolored Beech
 
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Great small tree without the mess of seeds, very clean tree
Views: 1275 Richard Glassford II
Mr. Big Pea or Lincon, Tasty
 
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Evaluating Mr. Big Pea and Lincon, taste etc.
Step into Your Goals
 
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Step challenge
Tall Sunflower Support 1
 
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The quest for growing a tall sunflower requires support. This video can give you some possible ideas to help you support your sunflower as it grows. will work on the sound and report but I thought someone might be able to use since it is growing season, will fix later.
Pink Toe Tarantula Eggs
 
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My friend and colleague Toni Carlson has an awesome pet Pinktoe Tarantula. Not too long after getting her pet spider it created a beautiful egg sac. The spider has been tending her egg sac without food and water for around six weeks. The egg extraction team consisted of Toni Carlson, Craig Facer, Debbie Nattrass and Shawn Sagers. It was a pleasure to participate in this spider egg sac exploration. We are hoping to have many little spiders within the next week or so. This has been one of my favorite arthropod encounters. Thanks Toni for filming and editing the video.
Views: 1419 Richard Glassford II
Clam Dissection
 
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Dissect a clam and you also will know what is in your wonderful smoked oysters and steemed muscles. This video can also help you review content needed for exams on Invertebrate mollusk, bivalveia
Views: 7622 Richard Glassford II
Cucumber
 
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I love fresh cucumbers picked and eaten within minutes. A small pot and a window who knew. Give it a try.
Richie's Hillarious Wisdom Teeth Experience
 
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Richie had a lot to say after getting his wisdom teeth removed. Enjoy.
Catching Insects with the Grandkids
 
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Spending time with family is very important to me, and what better way than to go bug collecting.
Plant Dissection- beautiful patterns
 
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In this video we prepare and view slides to discover the organization of plants. We dissect the plant using a scalpel and view the cells, tissues, organs and organ systems. We are using a bean plant and corn plant. We look closely at roots, stems and leaves. To replicate this investigation you will need a few supplies. I show all the equipment you need in the video. A local school should have all the needed items. Dropper: http://amzn.to/2HyyIfc Scalpel: http://amzn.to/2CzkbMJ http://amzn.to/2CyFsWz Thin Sections: http://amzn.to/2EUG3XL
Rare Beard Interview with Richard H. Glassford
 
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Here is an up close encounter with the Enchanted Forest. Mr. Richard H. Glassford will be sharing some insights, tips, and tricks on how to grow a successful beard. I really enjoyed growing my beard for over a year, commonly called a yeard. I had a wonderful support group and products that helped me maximize my genetics and grow my best beard to date. In this video you will receive a quick tutorial on what has taken me years to learn. Many people talk about growing a beard for a year but few follow through and actually do. I will give advice and share experiences I had while growning my beard well over a year. Besides the initial shaping around the neck during the first week or two I did not allow a single hair to be trimed. I think this video will help you decide if growing a yeard or massive long beard is something you are interested in pursuing. I encourage all men to grow a beard and pay special attention to the way you feel as you allow you genetics to freely manafest your whisker potential. Best of luck in finding your way and I hope you experience the uniqueness of being a bearded man. Below are some helpful products that have assisted our male family members to get the best out of their facial hair. We will update the list as we find more products we like. Don't forget to see part two of my experience. Pease like and subscribe if you found some useful information or were just entertained by the fact that my bearded self was interviewed be my shaved self. It was a fun entertaining way to share the story. Best of Luck, sincerely "The Enchanted Forest", more commonly known as Richard Glassford or Mr.G amzn.to/2rorg29 http://amzn.to/2DUjQGD http://amzn.to/2DSGor7 Balm: http://amzn.to/2mXTGKZ Pomade: http://amzn.to/2DUeCKM Mustache Wax: http://amzn.to/2F0HIrx Comb: http://amzn.to/2DoFVft Shampoo: http://amzn.to/2DU1sxs http://amzn.to/2DxYYal http://amzn.to/2G41Om0 Conditioner: http://amzn.to/2DxNbJ2
Views: 1207 Richard Glassford II
Beard Epic Memory, "Not Sure About This"
 
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The epic lasted one more week, my second longest beard....currently I am growing my way to a "yeard"
Kingdoms Quick Review
 
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Review the basic characteristics of our current six Kingdom classification system. This review would be helpful before tests and quizzes The kingdoms discussed in this video are archaebacteria, eubacteria, protista, fungi, plantae, and animalia.
Worm Dissection
 
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Earthworms are fascinating creatures that increase soil fertility and provide food for lots of different organisms. in this video I will teach you basic worm anatomy and physiology. Thanks for watching and if you would like to learn more about the creatures that call this planet home join us by subscribing and clicking like. Thanks
Starfish Dissection
 
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Starfish Dissection, review of anatomy - For dissection equipment - http://amzn.to/2vfMwaj
Views: 5117553 Richard Glassford II
Tide Pools, Ouch it got me.
 
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South of Seaside State beach searching for some critters in California. Found some crustaceans, sea anemones, barnacles, muscles, algae, but no echinoderms.
Pink Toe Tarantula Update
 
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Very cool to study spider behavior. Only three of the 75 eggs survived. All have eaten at least once cricket.
Wasp Eat Insects
 
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Wasp are sometimes misunderstood. They are an important part of Earth's biodiversity. When excessive numbers are located in close proximity to people they can cause problems and to those who are allergic to their venom it can be a serious health risk. Under normal circumstances these insects pollinate various plants and keep plant pests (insects etc.) in check. They are also an important part of the food chain for other organisms. The wasp in our yard have been busy consuming many different species of insects. If you enjoy learning about biodiversity and basic science principles consider subscribing and participating on our channel. Thanks for your support.
Insect Characteristics
 
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Insects are the most dominant group of animals on Earth. They are incredibly diverse creatures. What makes an insect different from all other living things on the planet? I have always enjoyed learning about insects. As a young child I had bottles of insects and various arthropods in my windowsill. I owe my passion and interest of insects to my mother....... she helped me catch and observe them. The characteristics that will help you identify if a critter is an insect are . 1. three main body sections: head, thorax, and abdomen 2. three pair of legs 3. two pairs of wings 4. Compound Eyes 5. one pair of antennae
Tall Sunflower Support 3
 
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The sunflowers have really grown well this year. They are flowering and in need extra support. A little PVC pipe and glue will give my sunflowers strength to continue their life cycle. I will be collecting seeds from my plants and continue our quest for the tallest sunflower ever grown on the face of this beautiful blue planet.... keep on growing.
Pinning Insects
 
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A simple tutorial on pinning insects for bug collections.
Views: 2648 Richard Glassford II
Beard vs. Razor
 
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A lot of work goes into growing a beard for a year. Once I reached my goal and it was to shave I had second thoughts and it took me some time before I could go through with the save. I had a wonderful support group with family and friends encouraging me through the journey. I am so glad I decided to grow the yeard.. After 18 months of growth, it was time for a different look. Thanks to all who supported me. There are some great products out on the market to help clean and soften your beard. My favorite beard cleanser is Dr. Bronner's 18-IN-1 Hemp Peppermint, , Pure-castle soap. This product is awesome, without I had problems with skin irritation and redness under my beard. Some years the irritation was to great and I and had to shave. Since using Pure Castle soap the redness and sores were kept under controlled. Oils http://amzn.to/2DWqhsO http://amzn.to/2rorg29 http://amzn.to/2DUjQGD http://amzn.to/2DSGor7 Balm: http://amzn.to/2mXTGKZ Pomade: http://amzn.to/2DUeCKM Mustache Wax: http://amzn.to/2F0HIrx Comb: http://amzn.to/2DoFVft Shampoo: http://amzn.to/2DU1sxs http://amzn.to/2DxYYal http://amzn.to/2G41Om0 Conditioner: http://amzn.to/2DxNbJ2
Views: 2752 Richard Glassford II
Worm Dissection
 
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Learn earthworm anatomy, structure and function.
Views: 4650 Richard Glassford II
Thrips on daylilies
 
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Thrips consistently damage our flowers. I have had some success controling their numbers by using soapy water. Large number of thrips show themselves during the early evening.
How to Make Your Own Potting Soil
 
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Mixing your own potting soil is fun and rewarding. Most of the brands of potting soil or garden soil you buy have a lot of bark. Some of the pieces are very large and this material is not the best for starting seeds and growing your potted plants. When mixing your own you can add sand, perlite, compost, peat moss etc. The basic mix I demonstrate in this video is great for starting seeds and providing a medium for potted plants. Drainage is key for healthy plant roots. If you have good drainage you can use more growth products. If you like to experiment with fertilizers and organic plant teas a porous mix is what you seek. Best of luck with your gardens.
Rare Beard Interview Part II
 
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Here is an up close encounter with the Enchanted Forest. Mr. Richard H. Glassford will be sharing some insights, tips, and tricks on how to grow a successful yeard. Useful Beard Products: Oils http://amzn.to/2DWqhsO http://amzn.to/2rorg29 http://amzn.to/2DUjQGD http://amzn.to/2DSGor7 Balm: http://amzn.to/2mXTGKZ Pomade: http://amzn.to/2DUeCKM Mustache Wax: http://amzn.to/2F0HIrx Comb: http://amzn.to/2DoFVft Shampoo: http://amzn.to/2DU1sxs http://amzn.to/2DxYYal http://amzn.to/2G41Om0 Conditioner: http://amzn.to/2DxNbJ2
Lions and Pumpkins
 
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Lions eating giant pumpkins for Thanksgiving breakfast......who would of thought, wait to you see the elephants. Just to let you all know I did try and find some penguins :)
The freeze is Coming
 
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Extend our harvest by bringing in fruits that ate almost ripe. Green tomatoes can be ripened indoors and you can cover a few plants to help them make it an extra week or two. Best of luck....keep them growing.
Tall Sunflower Support 2
 
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Our sunflower have really started to grow and additional support is needed. As you sunflowers grow you will need to make adjustments in your support strategly. Good luck growing your tall sunflowers. For gardening tape: http://amzn.to/2gTPzQk
Decomposition of Cow - Circle of Life
 
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High up in the Mountains we found a dead cow that was being recycled back into the soil by a large number of living things. Twenty four hours earlier a bear was feeding on this carcass. We put up a trail came in hopes to get images of the bear feeding on the remains but the bear did not come back that night. The video shows many fly larvae and beetles making a living (niche) on the misfortune of this mammal. The unseen number microbes (bacteria, fungi, etc.) at work here is astronomical.
Giant Pumpkin Lift
 
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Check out the Hub, a sturdy lifting tool for more than just giant pumpkins. We were lucky to have Chad Blaser of Driftwood Carpentery, construct this lifting beast.
Ant Swarm
 
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Some hymenopterans (ants, bees and wasp) form colonies. Ants are great examples of teamwork. Working together they are a mighty force individually they could not survive. When it is time for colonies to reproduce many queens will emerge and set up house away from their old home.
How to Pollinate a Squash- Giant Pumpkin Style
 
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Here is a detailed walk through of how to pollinate your squash plant. In this video I pollinate some of my giant pumpkins and show you my largest pumpkin flower. Grow big!
Light trap A
 
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Garden Tour Update - Pioneer Day
 
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Recently returned from a family vacation and found extreme lush growth of many plants. Specifically pumpkins, tomatoes, sunflowers and corn. Big thanks for Sammie who took care of our garden while we were gone.
Ginormous Pumpkin Regatta,  Utah Giant Pumpkins
 
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Utah Giant Pumpkin Club participates in a Regatta each year after its two weigh offs. Our family has been a member for around 8 years and have had a wonderful time. My friends might look a little goofy and strange but only in a good way. A great bunch that loves to grow giant fruits and enjoys having fun. This video contains a bunch of fun video snippets. I took three hours of video and condensed it down to about 8 minutes. Enjoy watching a very unique activity that thousands have come to watch. This regatta was held at Daybreak’s Oquirrh Lake in the Salt Lake Valley. My Daughters paddled our giant pumpkin named "Crush". They did an awesome job staying afloat. I hope you enjoy watching and will want to come watch or participate next year.
Sunflower Seedlings How to Support
 
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Using cups to start and support your sunflowers
Elephants and Pumpkins
 
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Pumpkins are not only interesting and celebrated by humans but animals also like pumpkins.
Pumpkin Conversation with Richie
 
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Conversation with Pumpkin / Squash enthusiast Richie Grow Them Big Glassford. He gives away some of his secrets.
Views: 1546 Richard Glassford II
Collecting Aphids
 
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Aphids can be a major agricultural pest. These soft bodied insects are in the order homoptera.

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