Due to a poor marshmallow crop this year.
So, just to be clear, it's not my soil :dunno: that's what the SOB next door tells me every year, but his grapes seem to do just fine. :banghead::lol:I don't think they can grow jelly beans in North Carolina. They usually grow them in similar climates as grapes. But the big vineyards HATE them and will try and ruin the crop.
Ridiculous! They don't have to take a total loss; my Grandfather raised marshmallows for 40 years. When he had a year like that, he was always able to recoup his losses. His orchard was fenced; he would simply buy a couple hundred young pigs and turn them into the orchard. They would clean up the marshmallows, gain a lot of weight and he would make a profit! They also cleaned up the weeds and grass between the trees, aerated the soil and left a modicum of fertilizer to enhance next year's crop.Due to a poor marshmallow crop this year.