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Crop reduction 60% in some cases
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Did some research over the weekend, and as your book predicts there are numerous crop failures occurring all over the USA and the world - a 60% reduction in some cases.
If things continue as they are - and they’re getting worse as time goes on - I believe we will soon be fighting in the streets over food!
Our government and the major news media are not reporting the consequences due to the weather destroying crops and reducing yields. I found numerous articles all over the world mentioning cold-weather damage.
Hail and rain damage! I’ve never seen so much hail damage - it seems to be hailing all over the USA. Here in North Florida I’ve seen more hail in the last 4 months than in my entire lifetime!
Below is what I found.
Relentless Cool Sumer across Canada has crops crying for heat! - 07/17/2009 http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/090717/national/cool_summer_crops
Grape Crop hurt by Spring Weather - July 16,2009 http://www.newsday.com/business/ny-lifarm1712978064jul16,0,2198187.story
Temperatures in July cooler than usual confounding even corn crops - 15 Jul 09 http://www.cleveland.com/science/index.ssf/2009/07/temperatures_in_july_have_been.html
Weather continues to challenge 2009 crops - 07/06/2009 http://amestrib.agnet.net/85/nws/3407
Storms Damages southeastern Idaho crops - 07/07/2009 http://www.kpvi.com/Global/story.asp?S=10655449
Cold Spring dry fields lower 2009 crop prospects in western Canada - 11 Jun 09 http://www.seedquest.com/News/releases/2009/june/26505.htm
Texas Crop Weather too early to asses extent of
hail damage to cotton
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