We will keep tracking them as the season continues.
In other soybean news, we definitely are in need of some rain here. I know, it seems a bit contradictory because we’ve been complaining that it was too wet for quite a while. But the beans are getting thirsty and we have not had any of the recent showers. Just a reminder that the weather is such a big part of what we do, but also out of our control. Slight changes make a difference.
As an aside, one of the best things about AGvocating is the really awesome people I’ve “met” in other states and, even, other countries. Not only do I love engaging with those that read and follow the blog, but I also enjoy connecting with other agriculture bloggers.
Last week I received this card from one of my favorite blogger buddies and it totally made my day.
It is definitely nice to connect with people that are the same page and have the same goals to connect the general public with what we do. I won’t out her identity, but I definitely appreciate and love the gesture!
Finally, I want to wish you all a Happy National Zucchini Day! If you’ve ever tried to grow them, you know that once the zucchini starts producing, you quickly get way too many of them! Apparently, on National Zucchini Day, you’re supposed to be a good neighbor and leave some on your neighbor’s porch. Of course, if they also have a zucchini plant, then it might not be nice to leave them even more on the porch! 😉
|Thanks to Fix.com for letting me use their graphic!|