Forest Green groundsman Stewart Ward is optimistic Saturday's Skrill Premier clash at home to Salisbury City will beat the weather.
Six- and- three-quarter inches of rainfall has fallen on the New Lawn playing surface in the last fortnight, but Ward expects to see Ady Pennock's side in action.
Ward said: "The predicted rainfall before the game on Saturday morning is looking dodgy, but we're doing everything we can to get the game on and I am optimistic."
Rovers' organic ethos is certainly paying off and giving the club a strong chance of staging the game.
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