This spring was strange in Oregon's Lane County.
"It rained every day. I'm exaggerating, but only by two days," says farmer Jason Hunton.
When Mother Nature rears her ugly head, Hunton watches his fields. He farms both organic and conventional land in Junction City, Ore.
"We're struggling. We've got a couple of [organic] fields that have some real thistle problems. I want to get some tarps and solarize it — cover it up and see if we can get that to cook itself in some of the thicker areas," Hunton says.