HANCOCK COUNTY — These days, Nathan Johnson is working sunup to sundown.
The owner of New Palestine’s AllStar Turf Management said there just “aren’t enough hours in the day” to get done all of the work he and his crew have waiting.
But that has not always been the case in the summer of 2012. While business has been booming the past few weeks, not even working around the clock could make up for the losses caused by the record-setting drought.
“There were at least four weeks where we just did absolutely nothing,” Johnson said.