So does anyone think that Irrigation has an impact on severe weather? Here in nebraska we have planting going on now and also farmers are putting down fertilizer. We have not had a good soaking rain here in I think almost a month. We are in the D-0 for drought actually. So the farmers have started up the pivots not only to soften the soil for the seed to break through but most of that fertilizer takes about 3/4 to an 1in of rain to activate. So say if does not rain for the next couple of weeks and the pivots keep making circles. Does all that moisture from the ground have a impact on any severe that might happen come this spring?