This year's drought has taken a toll on a crop that gets more attention this time of year: Christmas trees. But one expert says it has not affected sales.
"There is no shortage of trees, there's plenty to be had and the price hasn't gone up. What has gone up is basically based on inflation- nothing more. At least that's been my experience with people I've talked to in the industry," said David Daniken of the Illinois Christmas Tree Association.
Daniken works on a tree farm in Pocahontas, which is 40 miles east of St. Louis.