With all the beautiful summer weather sticking around, Christmas is not exactly top of mind for most folks — except for those who make their living growing one of the most beloved holiday traditions: Christmas trees.
For those farmers in New Jersey, the long-lasting drought this summer has killed thousands of trees in the state and the outlook is bleak.
But what does that mean for those who will be in the market for one of the holiday trees, with the big day less than four months away? Will there be a new holiday tune, “No Christmas tree, no Christmas tree?”
Allen Patterson sure doesn’t hope so. He and
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