Originally Posted by Cappy
I saw on the weather channel large portion of the south central US were in what they called in an "exceptional" drought, worse even than extreme drought. I think they made up the category for that region this year as I'd never heard of it before. That landscape pictured must be something close to "exceptional" drought. Is there usually agriculture out there?
Good luck finding time to finish. Thanks for that top picture
it's bad here, approaching the worst heat in 30 years...
in this part of the country there is a lot of agriculture, this land produces hay...
the ag around here is corn, wheat, hay, at least those are the big hitters. wheat and corn are harvested already.
hay is harvested twice a year, but this year it might just be the earlier harvest as nothing but deep rooted tree's are green at this point.
i'll find the time to finish. it will rain eventually and we'll get some more cloud cover
we do have all of august left however