Leafy greens, including cabbage and spinach, may be in short supply this winter if parts of Texas don't get some rain soon.
The Texas Winter Garden area southeast of San Antonio supplies much of the state's cool-season vegetables.
These crops typically are planted in the fall and grown under irrigation.
The prolonged drought has dried the soil to the point that growers late this summer are having a hard time keeping the soil wet enough for seeds to germinate.
Read the complete article at Texas A&M.