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Discuss grasses and how to grow and harvest them.
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We are late getting started, and if we couldn't wrap we wouldn't have anything done at all. Hopefully the weather straightens out soon and we can get going full swing. Forecast doesn't look good for all next week. Of course, the weather man is changing his mind daily so maybe it won't be as bad as it appears.
Nice view from the office. Too bad my windows are dirty.
Thought I was going to have to plow this down this year but I guess all it needed was some rain.
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Rain has made for good crops alright. We need the dry weather we were complaining about in May to return.
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