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MORE FAMINE NEWS.......***Connect the DOTS***

 
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The Canadian Wheat Board Friday predicted between 8.25 million and 12.5 million acres of Prairie farmland will go unseeded. The seeded area normally totals about 60 million acres. The result is a drastic drop in expected seeded acreages: wheat, down 18% from 2009 to its lowest level since 1971; durum, off 39% to its lowest since 1980; and barley, off 20% to its lowest since 1965.

Roughly 22% of Prairie farmland is unseeded right now. Saskatchewan, the largest grain-growing province in the country, has been hit the hardest, with 36% of the crop unseeded, with little chance to plant more. Farmers are usually done seeding by this time of year.

[link to www.canada.com]


This is at least the 10th article I have come across this year referring to shortages in food producing areas.

My previous warning posted once again here:

Famine is coming. Either you will go to the store and be unable to afford the food, or you will go and the food will not be available. Either way you go hungry.
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Why are they going unseeded?
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With heavy rains soaking his farmland, Brian Forman has taken air seeding to a whole new level.

An air seeder is a common piece of farm machinery used to plant crops. Tractors pull them around and use air to push seeds and fertilizer through a special drill into the dirt. But this year, air seeding has taken on a more literal meaning. Mr. Forman, who farms about 50 kilometres south of Moose Jaw, flew one of his two planes over his land, dropping seeds from about 30 feet onto his fields.

The unusual seeding technique is necessary because too much rain has fallen across much of the Prairies in recent weeks, making it impossible for farmers to navigate tractors in muddy fields.



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Here is a small dot from march, still looking for other articles previously noted........

Food prices jumped by 2.4 percent in March, the most since January 1984. Vegetable prices soared by more than 49 percent, the most in 15 years. A cold snap wiped out much of Florida's tomato and other vegetable crops at the beginning of this year.

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