Naga Munchetty apologized to a guest after taking him to the spot today (May 1st).
The BBC Breakfast Host apologized to Dr. Trevor Dines after leaving the topic during a conversation about gardening.
Naga stated that she thought her request was “mean” after Dr. Dines had admitted he couldn’t answer her question about birdsong.
Why did Dr. Dines at the BBC Breakfast?
Dr. Dines was on the BBC show to explain why gardeners should actually let the grass grow a little before cutting their lawn.
He said this will help bees and other garden animals thrive – and urged viewers to try the process.
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Dr. Dines said, “This is a plant life initiative called No Mow May. We encourage gardeners to put their mowers away for the month of May.
“Put them in bed, leave them in the shed, and just let the flowers grow on your lawn.”
How does mowing not help the garden?
Dr. Dines suggested using a broom and walking stick to line out a square meter to mark a section of lawn.
He then asked the gardeners to count the number of wildflowers in the square in order to derive their “personal nectar rating”. This score indicates how many bees can feed on the flowers in the lawn.
That was mean of me to ask. I apologize.
Dr. Dine continued, “T.The surprising thing about our survey is that we thought completely uncut grass was best for pollen and nectar. But it turns out that doing this mowing once a month gives you very short plants like white clover, which is just fabulous as a nectar producer for insects. “
What did Naga Munchetty Dr. Dines asked?
During the interview, Naga’s co-host Charlie Stayt heard birds in the background and noticed how pleasant the sound was.
“That’s a real tonic, isn’t it?” Said Charlie.
But Naga’s follow-up comment seemed to Dr. To make Dines at a loss.
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She asked, “I know you are obviously really into the lawn, but do you know which birds are actually singing?”
Laughing, Dr. Dines: “I’m afraid I don’t.”
“It’s okay,” Naga continued.
“That is not your area of expertise. That was mean of me to ask. I apologize.”
Unaffected by the light-hearted question, Dr. Dines: “I can tell you every plant on the lawn instead!”
And when the interview was conducted, Naga commented, “May I just say that you brought absolute joy this morning.
“They brought the birds with them, which were perfectly matched with their singing. And I’ve never been so engaged to hear about dandelions. So thank you very much. “
But one disgruntled observer remarked online, “This person needs to be fired.”
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