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Jul 16, 2010 9:18 AM CST
If the leaves look lacy and skeletonized, then I suspect Japaneese Beetles. Zinnias are one of their absolute favorites! The JB's have been slowly moving from the East to the West coast for the last 15-20 years.
Maybe they're just arriving in your area?

What a great "haul" (pun intended heehee) on the hay. Yorr horses will love that, this winter! Are you doing any riding this year, even just casually? I don't know about anyone else, but I'd love to see a pic of your horses again. It's been a long time since you posted one!

Those willows sound cool! Are they dwarfs?

Beautiful pots of petunias. I know some folks snub the petunia as being "too common", but what other flower gives you so much bang for your buck? I love, love them either by themselves or in mixed plantings.

I 'm pretty sure your tomatoes will do just fine, as long as the main stem isn't broken!

I don't think there are many places on earth hotter than a barn at milking time. The place is already hotter than Hades, then add in several tons of hot steamy cows and......don't even want to think of how hot it gets, or how it feels to have a wet poopy tail slap you upside the head.
Some memories stay with me forever. Ha!

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