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Buckle Up, Folks: Crop-tastrophe In The Midwest – Latest USDA Progress Report Signals Nightmare Scenario

 
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"The last 12 months have been the wettest in all of U.S. history, and this has created absolutely horrific conditions for U.S. farmers. Thanks to endless rain and historic flooding that has stretched on for months, many farmers have not been able to plant crops at all, and a lot of the crops that have actually been planted are deeply struggling. What this means is that U.S. agricultural production is going to be way, way down this year. The numbers that I am about to share with you are deeply alarming, and they should serve as a wake up call for all of us. The food that each one of us eats every day is produced by our farmers, and right now our farmers are truly facing a nightmare scenario."

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And the low IQ crowd will blame Trump when their Cheetos and Colt45 goes up in price
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"The last 12 months have been the wettest in all of U.S. history, and this has created absolutely horrific conditions for U.S. farmers. Thanks to endless rain and historic flooding that has stretched on for months, many farmers have not been able to plant crops at all, and a lot of the crops that have actually been planted are deeply struggling. What this means is that U.S. agricultural production is going to be way, way down this year. The numbers that I am about to share with you are deeply alarming, and they should serve as a wake up call for all of us. The food that each one of us eats every day is produced by our farmers, and right now our farmers are truly facing a nightmare scenario."

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Guess all that aluminum they have been spraying on the west coast to cause the rain in the midwest has backfired...
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Living in Ohio. I can say I haven’t seen one field planted around us. Pretty scary.
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"The last 12 months have been the wettest in all of U.S. history, and this has created absolutely horrific conditions for U.S. farmers. Thanks to endless rain and historic flooding that has stretched on for months, many farmers have not been able to plant crops at all, and a lot of the crops that have actually been planted are deeply struggling. What this means is that U.S. agricultural production is going to be way, way down this year. The numbers that I am about to share with you are deeply alarming, and they should serve as a wake up call for all of us. The food that each one of us eats every day is produced by our farmers, and right now our farmers are truly facing a nightmare scenario."

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And the rain just keeps coming.
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We need a few weeks of sun and higher temperatures to get things started. The corn around my acreage is starting to come up and was yellow on Saturday, but after 2 days of sun has turned green. A lot of bean fields have not been touched yet because of the rain.

I won't start freaking out until next month, if things don't turn around.

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We do not have that problem here, my uncle moved the planting ground closer to home, we are not getting that kind of rain here where the gardens are at.
We have water access easily to irrigate the gardens.

Could get worse later on of course while watering is no problem here.
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If people grew there own food. Wouldn’t need farmers
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Grand Solar Minimum. This one is named the Eddy Minimum, named after astrophysicist John Eddy who named the last 2 (Dalton & Maunder.) Stanford astrophysicist Leif Svalgaard (who published his first of many papers in the field back when MLK was cheering on rapes) already presented the name to the American Astronomical Society-should this indeed develop into a Grand Minimum.
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If people grew there own food. Wouldn’t need farmers
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Yes but who would feed the angry worthless Kneegrowes? Wey dey gunna get dey gibsmedats???
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so thankfull I bought into a CSA share in my local community, For nowbump
On the other hand, I have different fingers.
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I sort of made a prediction to myself in early 2018 that if the winter of 2018/2019 was bad and the following winter of 2019/2020 is as bad or worse, then we are probably headed down the steep cooling curve of the grand solar minimum. This past winter was really bad. We have to wait and see. If it's really bad again, then I think we're in big trouble.
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Mike Morales @ ABWN has been documenting, forecasting and predicting all of it for over a year. has a broadcast almost every night. its beyond disturbing what "they" are doing. our very own guvmint is at war with us, burning, flooding, breaching levees on purpose. half of midwest is under water, biblical stuff. not a matter of if but when you and i are next. now Canada is being burned down



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Dry here in Georgia but I see plenty of crops in the ground and surviving.
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I have my very first garden started.

My very first house, and very first yard to call my own.

I started many plants inside last month, so I had 90% of my seedlings started.

Last weekend I finished digging and tilling the soil, set up my compost pile.

Throughout the past week I got most of everything planted outside, and just finished planting the last things today.

I have like 10 sweet corn plants, 8 tomato plants, 8 cherry tomato plants, squash, broccoli, okra, green peppers, cucumbers, basil, cilantro, green beans, watermelon, cantalope, and tons of kale. I am lining the entire perimeter with kale. I have 2 house rabbits and they love Kale, and I'm sick of running to the store every few days to get them more greens. I also am starting a strawberry patch in the alley behind my house, which is also behind my garden. I also put in a bunch of asparagus seeds in the alley, and some Mammoth Sun Flower seeds against the ugly fence across the alley.

I was blessed with very fertile soil where I'm at in Indiana.
The yard just has maybe a little bit too much shade, but we might be having some of the trees trimmed back soon.

So far, everything is looking pretty good though!
The tomatoes are still looking strong, the kale is loving the cool, shady areas I put them in. Cucumber and Green Bean plants are looking strong against the fence. The Squash leaves are gigantic...

I have no idea what I'm doing, so this first year is basically experimenting.

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Pay attention folks. This is serious!
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If people grew there own food. Wouldn’t need farmers
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...study from 1994 estimates 2 acres per person to sustain the standard American diet.
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Dry here in Georgia but I see plenty of crops in the ground and surviving.
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Dry here in Georgia but I see plenty of crops in the ground and surviving.
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Have 2 separate gardens and they are doing well here in North Florida. It is dry but we can water and rain may come tonite.
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I have my very first garden started.

My very first house, and very first yard to call my own.

I started many plants inside last month, so I had 90% of my seedlings started.

Last weekend I finished digging and tilling the soil, set up my compost pile.

Throughout the past week I got most of everything planted outside, and just finished planting the last things today.

I have like 10 sweet corn plants, 8 tomato plants, 8 cherry tomato plants, squash, broccoli, okra, green peppers, cucumbers, basil, cilantro, green beans, watermelon, cantalope, and tons of kale. I am lining the entire perimeter with kale. I have 2 house rabbits and they love Kale, and I'm sick of running to the store every few days to get them more greens. I also am starting a strawberry patch in the alley behind my house, which is also behind my garden. I also put in a bunch of asparagus seeds in the alley, and some Mammoth Sun Flower seeds against the ugly fence across the alley.

I was blessed with very fertile soil where I'm at in Indiana.
The yard just has maybe a little bit too much shade, but we might be having some of the trees trimmed back soon.

So far, everything is looking pretty good though!
The tomatoes are still looking strong, the kale is loving the cool, shady areas I put them in. Cucumber and Green Bean plants are looking strong against the fence. The Squash leaves are gigantic...

I have no idea what I'm doing, so this first year is basically experimenting.
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I just picked up blueberries from Aldis. $1.99 for a pint

mmmmmmmmmmm
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We need a few weeks of sun and higher temperatures to get things started. The corn around my acreage is starting to come up and was yellow on Saturday, but after 2 days of sun has turned green. A lot of bean fields have not been touched yet because of the rain.

I won't start freaking out until next month, if things don't turn around.
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It was yellow because the roots hadn’t grew deep enough to reach the nitrogen.
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I have my very first garden started.

My very first house, and very first yard to call my own.

I started many plants inside last month, so I had 90% of my seedlings started.

Last weekend I finished digging and tilling the soil, set up my compost pile.

Throughout the past week I got most of everything planted outside, and just finished planting the last things today.

I have like 10 sweet corn plants, 8 tomato plants, 8 cherry tomato plants, squash, broccoli, okra, green peppers, cucumbers, basil, cilantro, green beans, watermelon, cantalope, and tons of kale. I am lining the entire perimeter with kale. I have 2 house rabbits and they love Kale, and I'm sick of running to the store every few days to get them more greens. I also am starting a strawberry patch in the alley behind my house, which is also behind my garden. I also put in a bunch of asparagus seeds in the alley, and some Mammoth Sun Flower seeds against the ugly fence across the alley.

I was blessed with very fertile soil where I'm at in Indiana.
The yard just has maybe a little bit too much shade, but we might be having some of the trees trimmed back soon.

So far, everything is looking pretty good though!
The tomatoes are still looking strong, the kale is loving the cool, shady areas I put them in. Cucumber and Green Bean plants are looking strong against the fence. The Squash leaves are gigantic...

I have no idea what I'm doing, so this first year is basically experimenting.
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And the low IQ crowd will blame Trump when their Cheetos and Colt45 goes up in price
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Actually it's the less educated people that support trump...he's a globalist just like his i e w bosses that control him...they have purposely manipulated the weather. ..the United States is systemactically being destroyed ...on purpose..by Israel. Trump is their number one puppet.
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Pay attention folks. This is serious!
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Not enough people take it seriously, that's a fact. Several of us have been warning and warning - there won't be enough food, prices are going to be far higher than today, and you need to have a stock of food put away - not just for a couple weeks or a month, and you need to be shopping today for what you will not be able to afford in a month or three months.

Somehow "normalcy bias" is rampant and everything is expected to go along as it has always gone. No eyes to see. No ears to hear. And then where will they find food?
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If people grew there own food. Wouldn’t need farmers
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Most are city dwellers
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Pay attention folks. This is serious!
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Not enough people take it seriously, that's a fact. Several of us have been warning and warning - there won't be enough food, prices are going to be far higher than today, and you need to have a stock of food put away - not just for a couple weeks or a month, and you need to be shopping today for what you will not be able to afford in a month or three months.

Somehow "normalcy bias" is rampant and everything is expected to go along as it has always gone. No eyes to see. No ears to hear. And then where will they find food?
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If people grew there own food. Wouldn’t need farmers
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Most are city dwellers
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NYC plants its own food too. its hilarious. they think 4 acres of roof lettuce is sving the world. then buy it for $40 a bunch. The 1% are morANS.
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Pay attention folks. This is serious!
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Not enough people take it seriously, that's a fact. Several of us have been warning and warning - there won't be enough food, prices are going to be far higher than today, and you need to have a stock of food put away - not just for a couple weeks or a month, and you need to be shopping today for what you will not be able to afford in a month or three months.

Somehow "normalcy bias" is rampant and everything is expected to go along as it has always gone. No eyes to see. No ears to hear. And then where will they find food?
 Quoting: Pooka


Common sense tells you that prices for wheat will be higher, which will affect flour, bread, pasta, etc.. Higher corn prices will cause higher ethanol prices, beef, pork, chicken. Soybeans are used in many things also. Get those gardens in!
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