July is feeling more and more like June.
Like we mentioned before everything’s off kilter about a month. And you know what that means – wacked out bugs and vegetables who don’t have a clue what to make of the unseasonable weather pattern. Also it means we are a month behind in our harvest tally. What we normally harvest in July is similar to previous June totals. July is when the harvest normally starts to peak and yet, this year it’s slower than normal.
So I guess that means August harvest tally will be more like July and so forth. Of course this harvest pattern will mean that come December we’ll be a month behind so this could really affect our harvest tally this year. It may help to have summer crops one month longer, although that means it may hurt the November and December harvest tally.
As a cooler than normal July comes to a close, it’ll be interesting to see how August and everything after develops.