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Discussion Board - Re: Drought

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02-16-2013 18:45:59

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Guys, I feel for the ones of you that still aren't getting any rain. Here in central Ga we got over 8 inches in the last week!I left my truck and lowboy on the backside of a customers field where I was doing some trackhoe work for him before it started raining and now I can't even drive a pickup to it much less get the truck and lowboy back to higher ground.My father has always said that a lot can change with the weather in 7 days and he was right.Ten days ago we were in the same shape a lot of you are in and now all the creeks are running and both major rivers in central Ga are over flood stage.Most everybody here is gearing up for big irrigated corn acerage but until the rain came the wells going dry that runs a lot of the pivots was the main thing on most everybodys mind.Just keep saying an extra prayer and hope the rains come.

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02-17-2013 05:59:10

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 Re: Drought in reply to haley, 02-16-2013 18:45:59  
Good rain in past 45 days here in SC but my 1/3 full pond hasnt changed. 4 years of well below normal rainfall in midlands will require a lot of excess to catch up. Some parts of the state have not seen this and are in much better shape. Our corn and beans had plenty of water in north part of the state last year.

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