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The designation allowed the U. It also barred Americans from financial dealings with the organization and made it easier to ban its members from traveling to the United States. While President Trump raised the possibility of designating Antifa as a terrorist organization, such a move would be problematic.

It would trigger serious First Amendment challenges and raise numerous questions about what criteria should be used to designate far-right, far-left, and other extremist groups in the United States. Consequently, it is unlikely that designating Antifa as a terrorist organization would even have much of an impact. Based on a CSIS data set of terrorist incidents in the United States between January and Mayattacks from left-wing perpetrators like Antifa made up a tiny percentage of overall terrorist attacks and casualties.

Right-wing terrorists perpetrated the majority—57 percent—of all attacks and plots during this period, particularly those who were white supremacists, anti-government extremists, and involuntary celibates or incels.

In comparison, left-wing extremists orchestrated 25 percent of the incidents during this period, followed by 15 percent from religious terrorists, 3 percent from ethno-nationalists, and 0. In analyzing fatalities from terrorist attacks, religious terrorism has killed the largest number of individuals—3, people—primarily due to the attacks on September 11,which caused 2, deaths. In comparison, right-wing terrorist attacks caused fatalities, left-wing attacks caused 22 deaths, and ethno-nationalist terrorists caused 5 deaths.

Viewed in this context, the threat from Antifa-associated actors in the United States is relatively small. Seth G. He is the author, most recently, of A Covert Action W. Norton, Critical Questions is produced by the Center for Strategic and International Studies CSISa private, tax-exempt institution focusing on international public policy issues.

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All rights reserved. Skip to main content. Critical Questions. Written By. Media Queries. Contact H. Most Recent From Seth G. Water each week with the water wand to retain moisture. Side dress cool weather vegetables once a month with Plant-Tone and keep soil hilled up after each feeding.

Keep crushed leaves between the rows of turnips because they are a root crop and the leaves will prevent ground freezes and prolong a long harvest. September nights are cooling down a bit and conditions are ideal for setting out a row of onion sets in colors of red, yellow, or white.

The cool nights of September will cause onion sets to quickly sprout. They can be planted in rows or beds. Set onion sets about three or four inches apart in a deep furrow about four or five inches deep.

Cover the sets with a layer of peat moss and a layer of Black Kow composted cow manure and top with an application of Garden-Tone organic vegetable food and hill up soil on each side of the furrow and tamp down lightly. When late October arrives, cover the onion sets with a layer of crushed leaves between the rows and use a sprinkle can of water mixed with Miracle-Gro liquid plant food poured over the onions every two weeks.

Adding grass clippings to the compost will heat up the ingredients, as will Black Kow composted cow manure and Garden-Tone organic plant food. Temperatures in September will be warm enough to heat up compost. Azaleas could use a little tender loving care as the cool temperatures of mid-September arrive. Azaleas may need a try to shape them up. You can also use Miracle-Gro liquid azalea food mixed with proper amount of water in a sprinkle can.

Earth also produces a slow release azalea food that feeds all winter. A layer of crushed leaves will protect azaleas from cold weather extremes. The summer annuals are slowly fading with frost coming late next month. The way is now being paved for the annuals of autumn. The soil that your summer annuals are in can be recycled by pulling all summer annuals from the containers and adding them to the compost pile or bin. Add several cups of Flower-Tone organic flower food to the medium along with some peat moss.

Use a sprinkle can to moisten the recycled medium and fill the containers you are using to plant the annuals of autumn. It is no wonder that the pansies are one of the autumns favorite annuals, with their colorful lavenders, royal purple, cream, yellow, bronze, maroon, pink, tan, and light orange flowers, each one each one of them with a familiar face on them.

Dark green foliage all winter long is another feature of the pansy family. Pansies will endure winters temperatures with a little bit of preventive protection. Pansies can be purchased in six and nine packs and most are in bloom when you buy them so that you can choose the varieties and colors you desire.

To get pansies off to a great start purchase a bag of pansy booster and mix into the potting medium and add some to the pansies every month. When planting pansies two to a pot, in containers and baskets, plant only three or four. This will prevent the pansies from becoming root bound. In winter when a hard freeze is forecast you may want to move pansy containers further inside the porch and cover over night with a sheet or a couple of towels. Placing a couple of handfuls of peat moss on top of the pansies in their containers will also help prevent freezes.

We are on the threshold of autumn and the green and the warmth of the waning summer is fading away. This is the time of seasonal transition.

It is not cool enough for a coat, but not warm enough to break into a sweat. Leaves of dogwoods are turning crimson and displaying their harvest of berries. There is a welcome relief in the advent of autumn with a nip in the air and lower humidity and the added bonus of beautiful sunsets. It is a bittersweet time as we slowly lose the warmth of the lazy, hazy, days of summer. Celebrate the arrival of autumn next week with this apple pie cheesecake. You will need one cup of sugar, two eight ounce boxes of cream cheese, three large eggs, one teaspoon vanilla, one can Comstock apple pie filling, four tart apples, peeled, cored, cubed, and boiled until tender, half teaspoon apple pie spices.

Two graham cracker pie crust. Preheat oven to degrees. In a large bowl, mix sugar with softened cream cheese, add the eggs, vanilla, and two tablespoon lemon juice. Mix with mixer on high speed until it is smooth. Pour into the pie crusts and bake for half hour.

Mix apple pie filling, cooked apples, one cup light brown sugar, apple pie spices, and spread over the top of the cheesecake. Sprinkle top with a little more apple pie spices. After getting of the plane, he was not feeling well so he went directly from the airport to the hospital. After many examinations and tests he woke up and found himself in a private isolated room. The phone by his bedside rang.

We have discovered that you have an extremely contagious virus, so we have placed you in total isolation. We are placing you on a diet of pizzas, pancakes, and pita bread. After all, they are a root crop and require quite a long growing season to produce a harvest. The garden soil of September is still warm so cool the soil after sowing the turnips to promote their growth. Water the turnips everyday with the water wand in shower mode when no rain or showers fall.

The temperatures are comfortable, the humidity is lower, there are fewer weeds and insects, and the soil is more workable. The inventory of cool weather vegetables for autumn garden plots is remarkable. You can plant onion sets, cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, collards, mixed greens, curly mustard, turnips, Siberian curly kale, spinach and lettuce.

Best of all, you can prolong the harvest in cold weather by applying a layer of crushed leaves between the rows for warmth and protection from cold temperatures and frost as well as snow. September brings a nip in the night air and a hint of color in the dogwoods and maples.

There is also a slow down in the harvest of summer vegetables. Days are still getting shorter by a minute each evening. We see a bonus of extra color at sundown with a sunset of the blazing hues of red, yellow, purple, orange and royal blue glowing on the western horizon and signaling that the season of autumn is only weeks away.

A garden is only as healthy as the products you use to feed the vegetables and enhance the soil with organic material.

They are a cut far above chemical fertilizers and are worth the extra cost. You can choose from peat moss in 3. All are good for vegetables, flowers, roses, evergreens, shrubs as well as your health, the environment, and the garden plot. Cooler nights and cooler temperatures make September the ideal time to set out plants of broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, collards and get them off to a great start. Always check to make sure the packs have six and nine healthy plants.

Healthy plants will have blue green stems, not tan or brown dried up stems which are a sure sign they are damped off. Healthy plants will be eight or nine inches tall, not legged out of their containers. Apples are now in abundance and there are so many ways to prepare them into unusual desserts. This apple cobbler is full of simple ingredients and a quickie to prepare.

You will need nine or ten tart apples peeled, cored and cut into one inch chunks and soaked in salt water to prevent browning. Set the apples aside. Spray a 13 x 9 x 2 inch baking pan or dish with Pam baking spray.

Rinse chunks of apple in fresh water and spread in the bottom of baking pan or dish. Mix two cups of sugar, three teaspoons plain flour, two teaspoons apple pie spices, three teaspoons vanilla flavoring. Mix well and pour over the cubed apples. Add one cup milk and one cup water and stir into the cubed apples.

Slice two sticks of light margarine into quarter inch pieces and set aside. Break or cut two frozen pie crusts into pieces and spread over the apple mixture. Spread margarine slices over the pie crust topping. Bake in a preheated degree oven for one hour or until crust is golden brown. Cool and serve topped with Cool Whip or vanilla ice cream. Hopefully, this will be a great season healthwise, weatherwise and otherwise. In almost every North Carolina county there is a county fair going on from late August all the way into early November.

Hopefully the state will be bright and well lighted with midways of all sizes this autumn with plenty of rides, shows, fair foods, exhibits, entertainment and other attractions.

The asparagus and panda ferns have made the journey on the deck through spring, summer and now into the month of September. As we begin to prepare them for a move to the living room to spend late autumn and winter in that environment. We will keep them trimmed and fed with Plant-Tone organic plant food and water them every other day. These ferns have been thriving for many seasons with very little care or attention.

The crops of the summers harvest are winding their way down. This residue will provide vines, stalks, garden leftovers and grass clippings as ingredients for the compost pile or bin. All this paves the way to a harvest of ingredients for the preparation of the compost pile or bin. Mow over the garden residue to break it down to make the composting process easier. Keep saving the grass clippings to add to the compost to heat it up. You can also use Black Kow composted cow manure or Plant-Tone organic plant food to heat up compost and break it down.

Add some water to the composite every week. The sound of acorns falling on the metal roof of a neighbors shed is a reminder that the days of autumn are drawing nearer. The frequency of the falling acorns may be a message of what sort of winter we are in for. We will be observing the squirrels because my Northampton County grandma said that when squirrels are busy storing acorns in September and early October, they are preparing for a rough and cold winter.

She also said oaks that were filled with acorns were a sure sign of a harsh winter. There is a hint of crimson in the leaves of the dogwood trees and the berries on the limbs where the dogwoods bloomed earlier this past spring are now beginning to turn bright red.

There seems to be a heavy yield of them this year. This could also be a sign of upcoming winter with plenty of ice, snow, and cold temperatures. We will just have to wait and see. There will be a new moon on Monday, Sept. Labor Day will be celebrated Monday, Sept, 6. Patriot Day will be Saturday, Sept. Grandparents day will be on Sunday, Sept.

The moon reaches its first quarter on Monday, Sept. Yom Kipper begins at sundown Wednesday, Sept. There will be a full moon on the night of Monday, Sept. This moon will be named Full Harvest Moon. The moon reaches its last quarter Creation (United Under A Black Flag Mix) Tuesday, Sept. The fog of late August mornings and the cool heavy dews have sent subtle warnings and the crickets and katydids also have been singing their songs about the autumn serenade.

The days are becoming a minute shorter each evening and the air on the front porch has a certain nip just before dark. Mid August is certainly the advent of the transition of summer to autumn, slowly but very surely. Only a few days remaining in the August count of fogs and their forecast of what winter snowfalls will be like.

We hope you are recording the fogs of August and observe during winter if there is any accuracy in them. Even the weather forecasters are not always right, so the August fogs could help close the in the gap. Unlike July and a month of hot dog days, late August will bring us beneficial rain and relief from extreme heat.

This will pave the way for sowing seeds of cool weather vegetables such as mustard greens, mixed greens turnips, collards, onion sets, Siberian kale, broccoli, cabbage, and spinach. Cooler temperatures at the end of August will signal late summer vegetables and hasten them to harvest. Cool temperatures and showers will cool the soil to prepare it for the vegetables of early autumn. With only two days remaining in August, September and cooler temperatures will be arriving and pave the way for sowing curly mustard seed or get the hardware to mix several varities of greens and custom mix you a ratio of types of greens that you prefer.

You can choose from a mix of mustard, rape, kale, broad leaf, tendergreen, turnip and others. Sow the seed in a shallow furrow about three or four inches deep, add a layer of peat moss to the furrow, spread the seed and add another layer of peat moss and an application of Plant-Tone organic plant food.

Hill up soil on both sides of the furrow and tamp down with the hoe blade. Add water with the water wand in shower mode when there is no rain Creation (United Under A Black Flag Mix) the forecast. When the greens sprout, side dress with another application of Plant-tone organic vegetable food. We hope your autumn crop of tomato plants are off to a great start and well on their way to a harvest before frost.

Side dress them with Tomato-Tone organic tomato food and pull the soil up on both sides of the plants for extra support and moisture retention.

As the plants grow, remove the cages from spent summer tomatoes and plant them on the late tomatoes. As we get closer to September, the apple harvest will soon be upon us. This is a quickie recipe for preparing apple dumplings that the family will enjoy. You will need about nine tart apples, cut five of them in half and remove the cores from them and set aside in a bowl of salted water to prevent browningcut the other four apples in half inch cubes and set aside in a bowl of salt water.

Open a can of canned biscuits you will need ten biscuits. Roll out each biscuit completely flat. Wrap half of each apple in a flattened biscuit. Place the ten apple wrapped biscuits into a 13 x 9 x 2 inch baking pan or dish sprayed with Pam baking spray.

Sprinkle a half cup light brown sugar over top of the biscuits. Melt a stick of light margarine and drizzle over the top of the dumplings. Pour a cup of evaporated milk over the dumplings. Bake in a degree oven until the dumplings are golden brown. Serve with Cool Whip or vanilla ice cream. Kale is rapidly becoming Americas most popular green and no wonder because it can be served as a vegetable or a salad and eaten raw or cooked.

Kale is sweet, tender, and winter hardy. We have even harvested kale when snow was on the ground. With just a small amount of weather protection, kale will produce a harvest into spring. Sow kale seed in a shallow furrow about three or four inches deep, cover bottom of furrow with a layer of peat moss, sow the kale seed and cover with another layer of peat moss. Apply an application of Plant-Tone organic vegetable food, hill up soil on both sides of the furrow and tamp down with a hoe blade.

Water with the water wand on days when no rain is in the forecast. When kale sprouts, continue to keep soil hilled up on both sides of the row. Side dress with Plant-Tone a month after kale has been sown. These are signs that autumn is on the way. Colorful sunsets are also a signal that we are approaching the season of autumn.

A few maples already have some yellow leaves. September will be here in a few days and the hardwares and garden shops and nurseries have the plants of cabbage, broccoli, collards, and cauliflower in six and nine packs. Set plants of collards, cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower about eighteen to twenty four inches apart. When setting out plants, place a layer of peat moss in the bottom of the furrow to help retain moisture in the soil. Apply an application of Garden-Tone or Plant-Tone organic vegetable or plant food in furrow before hilling up soil on each side of the furrow.

In about two weeks when plants are established and well on their way, apply another application of Plant-Tone and hill it into the soil on both sides of the row. Feed the plants with Plant-Tone and hill it into the soil once each month. As the weather cools later in the month, apply a layer of crushed leaves between the rows for protection later on when cooler temperatures arrive.

One good thing about cole family vegetables in autumn and winter is you do not have to worry with white cabbage butterflies, worms, and other pests.

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Thunder, lightning, heavy showers all during the summer show the sources from which God sends us his blessings to flow down on our thirsty gardens. The electricity and majesty in a summer sudden thunderstorm are a blessing to a sweaty body, and a thirsty lawn, and a thirsty garden, and cornfields with their folded stalks and leaves with petticoats flipped and just waiting for the heavens to open. All of them breathe a sigh of thanksgiving after a refreshing thundershower.

These two ferns are several years old and they thrive all summer on the deck. In late autumn, winter and into mid-April, they spend their winter in the sunny living room.

In summer, they need a drink of water every other day and a handful of Flower-Tone organic flower food every three weeks. To keep them growing, trim their long runners back once a month.

The legend on his day says the dew that falls on his day and each day afterword will get cooler. This is one of the subtle early signs of autumn and also a signal that we have reached midsummer. The August fogs are occurring and we hope you are keeping a record of them each morning and whether they are light, medium, or heavy or none.

In winter, we will check to see how the fogs measure up to the snows of winter. She would have probably did it if she had known about his special day. We will run our hand through the dew laden grass and write down the date and amount of dew whether light, medium, heavy, or none and also if the dew is warm, cold, or chilly or no dew at all. Then during winter when ice is in the forecast, we may get some idea of how much ice we will have. Our calculation may be as close as some of the meteorologists are.

It will be a fun and interesting experiment. We may also establish a tradition for our grandchildren to practice and follow! Water wands have a spring loaded trigger which may shorten their life if you do not take care of it. You can protect the spring by always removing the Creation (United Under A Black Flag Mix) from the hose when moving the hose from one area yo another.

Never pull the wand when it is attached to the hose. In winter, store the wand in the house or basement, not an outside building, to protect the wand from freezing temperatures.

Mid-August can be hot and dry, so keep the water wand ready and keep tomato plants moist by watering the base of the plants. Keep them fed with Tomato-Tone organic tomato food and soil hilled up on both sides of the row after applying Tomato-Tone.

As other tomatoes finish their season, remove their cages and stalks and place them on the late tomato plants. Keep applying Tomato-Tone every days. Turnips are a root crop that requires a long season to produce large turnips and they should be sown soon so you can enjoy a harvest all during winter. Broccoli, cabbage, and collards can be planted in September because they are defiantly cold weather vegetables. Being a root crop, turnips need to be sown between now and the first week of September.

For great results, plant turnip seeds by preparing a furrow about three or four inches deep, apply a layer of peat moss in bottom of furrow, sprinkle turnip seed lightly on top of peat moss and apply another layer of peat moss on top of that seed.

Apply an application of Plant-Tone organic vegetable food on the peat moss and hill up soil on each side of the furrow and tamp down soil for good contact with seed. Once the turnips sprout, apply an application of Plant-Tone organic vegetable food and hill up soil after applying Plant-Tone. The foliage on the coleus has been a colorful and beautiful display since late spring. To keep them colorful Creation (United Under A Black Flag Mix) frost, keep the lavender flowers pinched of before they produce seed.

These seed pods send messages to the plants to slow down. By pinching off flowers, the coleus will continue to produce colorful foliage. Weeds in mid August are making a last ditch effort to produce seeds for next season. The best way to get rid of noxious weeds is to pull them up by the roots and throw them out of the garden.

You do not need any chemicals or herbicides- only the two hands that God gave you. Dog days are over and cat nights started last week on Tuesday, August Cats prowl all night and August is a month on the prowl with heavy fogs, cold dews, quick storms, humid days, August, like cats are traditional.

Cats have a completely different mission at night than they do in daytime as they prowl around. August itself is catlike in nature with plenty of daytime humidity and changing to dense fog and heavy dews at night. Trying to figure the conduct of August is about like trying to figure out a cats disposition! We still have a little more than two months of warm weather and maybe even more which is enough time to produce another row of green beans before frost. Most bush green bean varities have a maturity date of days and this is plenty of time for the harvest before frost arrives in mid- to late-October.

The best green beans for a late harvest are Crop Top and Strike. Use plenty of peat moss and maybe some black Kow composted cow manure when sowing late green beans and an application of Garden-Tone organic vegetable food. As we move farther into August, we see and hear more crows in the area. We believe they are getting more adapted to people and we even have them visiting the birdbath. As close as they are we expect they have roost and nest in the neighborhood. To prepare this cake, you will need a one pound box of brown sugar, one cup sugar, three sticks light Creation (United Under A Black Flag Mix), five large eggs, three cups plain flour, half teaspoon baking powder, one cup milk, one teaspoon vanilla, one cup chopped pecans.

Do not preheat oven. Cream the margarine and two sugars together. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each egg addition. Mix flour and baking powder in separate bowl. Add flour to other mixture.

Slowly add the milk and vanilla. Fold in the chopped pecans. Baked in a greased, floured, and lined waxed paper in bottom of the tube pan. Bake at degrees for one hour more if needed. Cool for twenty minutes before removing from tube pan.

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It will be the last full moon of summer. Next month, we will have a Full Harvest Moon on the first day of autumn.

Some measures to promote colorful rose blooms all the way until frost is deadhead all spent blooms and rose hips as well as long canes. Spray the foliage with a mist of liquid Sevin mixed with the proper amount of water in a spray bottle such as window and glass cleaner comes in. Feed roses every 20 days with Rose-Tone organic rose food to give late roses a boost.

Use a water wand in shower mode to water around the base of roses once a week or more if there is no rainfall during the week. The zinnias of mid summer are still blooming, even during the heat of August days. To keep promoting of blooms, continue to deadhead flowers after the flowers fade out.

Clip them down to the foliage level to promote the development of new blooms as we move into the remainder of summer. Continue to water the base of the zinnias with the water wand in shower mode to prevent powdery mildew. Many annuals of summer are slowing down and humming birds in hot weather could use your help at the feeders during the hot days of August. Change the nectar at least twice a week because summer heat may cause the nectar to ferment.

Ants can also be a pest around feeders. Clean areas around the feeders when you replace the nectar. You can make your own nectar by mixing a cup of sugar to one and a half cups water and several drops of red food coloring. Keep nectar refrigerated. Use a half gallon milk container to store nectar in.

You can purchase ready to use nectar in half gallon containers or in powdered form in envelopes. The powder comes in six or eight packs or envelopes or bags.

This wild perennial thrives in most of the United States. In Milwaukee, it blooms along the railroad tracks and beside the runways at the Milwaukee International Airport. It also thrives between miles of cornfields in Indiana and Illinois, and all the way into Iowa. As the sun shines its rays down on the water in the birdbath, it does not take very long to heat up the water.

Change the water a couple times a day when the temperatures are in the 90s. This will enable birds to enjoy a cool drink as well as a bath. Tomatoes that will produce a harvest right before frost arrives should be well on their way by now in the garden plot. Sprinkle some Tomato-Tone organic tomato food on both sides of the row and hill up soil to cover the Tomato-Tone.

The plants will quickly respond. Repeat again in two or three weeks. They have been making them in Bertie County in northeastern North Carolina for over three hundred years.

They are about as famous as Bertie County peanuts. My grandma in Northampton County made them in her kitchen and baked them in her wood stove oven using her homemade biscuits for a filler. It was a simple recipe much like in s Bertie County!

All the ingredients to make this pie were most likely already in the pantry of their kitchen. You do not need homemade biscuits to make a tomato pie. You can use fresh stewed tomatoes like many cooks in Bertie County in the s.

Today, you can use home canned tomatoes both make great pies. Whatever types of tomatoes you use, measure out a quart. To make a pie with fresh tomatoes, cook the tomatoes and mash them up, add five or six hot dog, hamburger rolls or eight homemade biscuits crumbled into small pieces.

Add a teaspoon of cinnamon, half teaspoon apple pie spices, half teaspoon nutmeg optionalone and a half ups sugar, one tablespoon vanilla, one stick melted light margarine, two large eggs, half teaspoon salt. In most Bertie County recipes, they use cayenne pepper, but Texas Pete can be used or you can just leave the hot out my grandma did not use the heat in her pies.

Mix all ingredients together. Pour into a 13 x 9 x 2 inch baking pan or dish or two round pie dishes. Spray with Pam baking spray. Bake at degrees for 50 minutes or more until firm and golden brown on top.

If you ever drive through Bertie County, buy a couple of pound bags of salted in the shell peanuts to munch on. Most small towns in Bertie County have cafes and dining places that feature tomato pie and almost every restaurant will have its own special recipe. If you make a tomato pie, your recipe will become special too! Mid August is here and purple top turnips can be sown in beds or rows. In a furrow about 4 or 5 inches deep, apply a layer of Black Kow composted cow manure and a layer of peat moss.

Sow the turnip seed thinly and cover seed with another layer of peat moss and then apply some Plant-Tone organic vegetable food and cover the furrow by hilling soil on both sides of the furrow and tamp down soil with the hoe blade. As soon as they sprout, apply another application of Plant-Tone organic vegetable food on each side of row and hill up soil to cover the Plant-Tone.

There are subtle hints of autumn as we reach the half-way point of August. The days are getting shorter by one minute each evening and we have lost 52 minutes since June Dews are getting heavier each morning and the fogs of August are becoming trademarks. Even though autumn is six weeks away, leaves on some trees are showing signs of stress. Many flowers are producing seed pods and many crops are slowing down. Crickets and katydids are signaling us that autumn is closer than we think.

No matter where I touch my body, I experience horrible pain. She pushed on her knee and screamed out again in pain. She pushed her ankle and screamed again. No matter where she touched her body, pain was present. The waitress came over to take his order. With the days of August, we also see the advent of foggy mornings. They are a subtle sign of what could be in store for us this winter. My Northampton County grandma believed fogs during August predicted the snows and amounts of snows that would fall during the coming winter.

A light fog would predict a light snow and heavy fog predicted a heavy snow. She was an early riser so she would check the fogs each August morning. She would keep an accurate record of the date, and density of each fog whether light, heavy, or medium for each day of the month.

At the end of August, she would tally up her number of fogs and compare her findings with actual snowfalls during the winter months. We know two things for sure and one is the fact that you will not have any problem finding a snow shovel at this season of the year and the other thing is they will not spoil. The dew of mid summer is also very sticky. As the month progresses the dews will not only get wetter but they will get cooler. On Saturday, August 24, we will celebrate St. This is one of the early signs of autumn.

August dew is sticky and lingers all morning and even into the early part of the afternoon. Never mow the lawn when dew is upon the grass. Wet dew will stick to your feet and cause you track grass clippings into the house. This wet dew will also come out the chute and the cut grass will make a mess on the lawn that will cause extra labor in raking up wet grass clippings. Wait until the sun dries off the dew even if it takes all afternoon.

From up in the mighty oaks the katydids strum with their legs a solemn song of the upcoming autumn solstice. The song gets louder each evening as they sense that a seasonal change is just over the seasonal horizon. Dog days will come to an end on Wednesday, August The end of dog days marks the mid point of summer which means we still have plenty of hot days remaining even though the humidity may ease off a bit.

The days of harvest are here and warm August days will help tomatoes turn red and make late green beans mature. As the month of August started, we celebrated Saint Lammas. A legend of Saint Lammas says if the week of his day is steamy, we can expect winter to be white and creamy — a sober thought with a week of dog days remaining.

During August, there may be some dry days without an afternoon thunderstorm. This can cause birds to peck holes in tomatoes in their quest for moisture. To prevent loss of tomatoes, harvest tomatoes just before they reach ripe stage and place them on the porch or deck to progress to the stage of ripeness you desire.

If the heat of August causes the tomatoes to crack, harvest them when they are half ripe and allow them to ripen on the deck or the porch away from direct sunlight. Sweet bell peppers are beginning to ripen and will continue to do so until frost. They are very easy to freeze and to use in salads, spaghetti, chili sauce and other recipes all winter. To freeze all you have to do is wash the peppers, cut off the tops, remove the seed clusters, cut into quarter inch wide strips and then dice into quarter inch squarer pieces and place pieces it pint or quart plastic containers and place in the freezer.

In winter, you can enjoy what you need from a container and thaw them out for any recipe or for a recipe like chili, spaghetti, or chili and beans you can pour the frozen pepper into the pot of ingredients.

This jalapeno recipe can be prepared and processed in pint canning jars. You will need jalapeno peppers, apple cider vinegar, sugar, salt, minced dried onion flakes, celery seed, pickling spices, and dill pickle seed. Measure the number of pints of peppers, leaving half inch of stem on the pepperswash the peppers. The popularity of the rainbow flag has influenced the creation and adoption of a wide variety of multi-color multi-striped flags used to communicate specific identities within the LGBT community, including the bisexual pride flagpansexual pride flagand transgender pride flags.

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