Going down a back road in citrus country in Central Florida, you can see out the back window of your truck that quite a bit of dust us stirred up as you drive. The dust lingers in the air like smoke. This indicates it hasn’t rained for several days, and the top portion of the soil is drying out. It’s not yet dry enough to affect the condition of the trees much, but if these conditions persist for another week or so, we’d likely see the diseased trees–especially those with greening–show wilted foliage.

• Aperture:ƒ/2.7• Credit:Steve Rogers• Camera:Oregon 650• Taken:August 13, 2013• Focal length:4.0819997809mm• Location:27° 56.6819′ 0″ N 81° 54.178′ 0″ W