Bubbler86 Posted August 16, 2021 Share Posted August 16, 2021 2 minutes ago, pasnownut said: Yeah thats hard to bet against for sure, but even if 1/2 of what the GFS depicts verifies, many lawns across the state will approve, or come out of dormancy....lol (and sorry). I too have been lucky enough to get the rains JUST in the nick of time when my lawn was starting to stress. Been looking better every week for the last few (so much that I may put that fertilizer on this weekend). Been waiting for the dry period to look like its officially behind us. Me thinks that's the case. I agree that the chances of this turning into an extreme drought (for those under drought designations) is pretty slim. Cashtown's figures for Adams county are pretty bad though. He has a negative 4" departure over the last 30 days. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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