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Still too cold......South Texas

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Posted by: reptoman at Mon Mar 2 08:49:59 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by reptoman ]  
   

I live in Texas and its 29 today in the morning, but has been shooting up to 72 or so during the day, I noticed the ants have been coming out in limited numbers, it is dead bone dry here in my neck of the woods, we need rain bad, this is one of the longest rainless stints we have had in some time, I went down tot he valley and did some flipping and there hardly no insects under the rocks or stuff I pulled over, just cracked ground and dead dry. I don't know what kind of spring we are going to have, but most of the farmers in the area say its going to be dry through most of the spring, so well see how the Texas HL's do down here...I am looking forward to a little warmer weather.... Mark took a picture of solare in his neck of the woods recently which was a tad early, seems like Arizona is doing well... Cheers all!!!
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