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Uploaded on Aug 10, 2010

A typical pattern in the North is first presented with several weeks of lovely colors. Leaves do not burn themselves to a crisp before falling. Acid Rain which strongly resembles the BP effects from the South to Iowa, is killing our corn, crops, weeds, birch trees, choke cherry trees, berries, mushrooms, it's on everything. We've had incredibly warm weather, tons of rain, and whereas it would seem to promote garden growth, it's instead causing everything to die. I believe it is part of the scenario that's happening all over, & none of it's being reported. At first I thought it was an early fall -- but it's not.

If it were a typical disease for one type of plant it would not be all over the rest of them -- weeds in particular.

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