"Since early this spring, New York farmers have experienced a host of weather-related problems that have negatively impacted their crops, most notably excessive rain. In his letter to the USDA, Governor Paterson reported that Albany, Broome, Columbia, Delaware, Dutchess, Greene, Oneida, Orleans, Putnam, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Suffolk, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester counties all experienced poor weather conditions ranging from excessive rain and flash flooding to devastating hail storms and early in the season, freezing temperatures."
Yep my county is up there...and that's how my garden grows.....or not.
I do have quite a few tomatoes growing. We'll see if they make it. The plants are not looking all too healthy. I think most everything else in the garden will be a hit or miss whether we get anything. *sigh* and I had such high hopes when growing those little seedlings. Between the rains and the dang animals raiding what has managed to grow...well it's not the healthiest looking garden this year.
What the bunny that squeezed through the tiniest of holes did to our broccoli.... :(
How's your garden this year?