I'm just venting here. Our plots started out looking great this year. The beans were tall and thick, the clover was doing just as good. I'm not complaining about getting rain, but too much at one time is down right destructive. We rec'd 12.5" between the 13th of July and August 6th. I know this sounds like a great amount in that time frame, but 4.5" came twice within 10 days of each other, one of the 4.5" amounts came in 3 hours. The corn, our income crop, is doing AWESOME, but the beans are a muddy mess. I guess the only good thing is that I'll definitely be able to tell where to mow them down and plant our winter greens, we just need the standing water to go away.