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Farmer’s Calendar for July 2014

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Dowsing is a technique for locating water or other objects; it often uses a forked stick that bends when the dowser is near the target. Listen to learn more about this ancient technique that has always had its skeptics.

This segment of The Old Farmer’s Almanac Farmer’s Calendar podcast series was written by George Lohmiller and is read by Heidi Stonehill, an Almanac editor.


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