Tuesday, August 21, 2012

It's Hot, Hot, Hot

For 10 consecutive days in July, the temperature was 95 or above, which broke a record dating to 1871, yes "eighteen" seventy one. And the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association reports our country is in its worst drought since the early 1950s. As a result, the corn crop has suffered the most, not to mention plants across the nation. It's discouraging to see a plant die in your garden but when your livelihood is affected by adverse weather...

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