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Old 02-19-2013, 10:00 AM
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This is terrible. And some environmentalists say that drought is in the not so distant future of the US. I can't imagine this happening.
Southern States have been in drought conditions for 2+years now.

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Meanwhile the NK government is spending BILLIONS on decades old rocket technology.

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Southern States have been in drought conditions for 2+years now.
I know, I live in Memphis, TN. Very southern. Tomatoes had to be watered every day & still stopped producing by late July. And I'm just a backyard veg garden enthusiast. The farms in the surrounding areas looked bad. Every year spring comes earlier. They used to say don't plant until may. The last few years I have started my garden early April. This year I am wondering if I should start in March? Plant earlier to beat the killing summer heat. Will we reach 110 degrees this summer?

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