Brian Reeves is plucking dead leaves off of pepper plants on his farm in Baldwinsville.
"If it keeps up, they will lose more and more leaves and you come back here in two weeks and it's like a stem with no leaves," he says. "It's just gone."
Low-lying spots in his fields are wetter than they should be with large puddles collecting in some areas. Crops trying to grow in those areas are showing signs of too much moisture - like dead leaves and disease.
It's a result of the wetter-than-average summer so far in upstate New York.