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first off, i'd like to say that the rio grande valley area is getting plenty of rain. pllllenty. good ol ivan. or whats left.
anyway, since we're allowed to post town names, harlingen was doing quite well a week ago. at least as far as cow bearing fields go. havent seen any cubes, but the good copes were aplenty.
i was in brownsville not too long ago and it seems that the salt water content in the soil down there is just too much for good growth.
heres a question i was wondering a couple days ago: here in the valley , we have these thorny green grasses that grow about 2-3 feet high. they sting like hell and dont seem to be a good medium for mushroom growth. it's that or the salt down there. any idea what the name of that plant is? just curious. they tend to annoy me. any comments on salt content in the soil , rain and water inlets would be interesting as well.
let there be rain~ =D
-------------------- the rain from ivan is great...but 8 hours of it? the RGV is flooding, methinks. get your boat and lets go hunting.