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8/27/2015   NC-CM-42 NCCumberlandTrue Things are a little drier. I have to water the fall garden every few days to maintain growth. The yard is green but it is drying as well.  
8/27/2015   NC-WK-6 NCWakeTrue Plants and Wildlife : $0.00
Water Supply and Quality : $0.00
The ground is continuing to dry out. The creek and pond are both back to below normal levels. The grass in the yard is growing slowly if at all. Areas of the yard are turning brown for lack of water. We are also seeing increased numbers of leaves turning brown and dropping off the trees. The deer continue to eat whatever is left of the hostas and other plants they fancy. We have seen more humming birds in the past week than previously sighted. Perhaps they are beginning to gather for the flight south. The butterflies are gathering in a few bushes in large numbers. The milkweed which was supposed to attract Monarch butterflies has yet to do so. Most of the plants have not yet flowered so perhaps there is hope for later in the season.  
7/9/2015  8/27/2015  TX-KF-16 TXKaufmanFalse Agriculture : $0.00
Plants and Wildlife : $0.00
Water Supply and Quality : $0.00
When I mowed (before it rained) there were clouds dust all over the place. Now after it rained the grass is nice, green, and thicker than before. The ground is not so hard and the grass is softer.