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Monday, April 13, 2009

Global Warming and the Planting Season

I don't know what the weather is like where you live, but here it's unseasonably cold. Perhaps as a result of GLOBAL WARMING.

Dennis Gartman notes that other parts of the country are also colder than usual and that has resulted in a reduction of crops being planted so far this year:

Turning to the grains early on, we note that very cold and very wet weather continues to dominate in the central regions of N. America where our grain tends to be produced en masse.

Cold wet weather, caused of course by global warming according to Mr. Gore, Dr. Suzuki and others, is raising havoc with planting this year. Each day that goes where the temperatures remain cold and the ground remains wet, making it nigh upon impossible to get the huge equipment that is incumbent in modern farming into the fields...

Yet the fiction lives on.

1 comment:

thisishabitforming said...

Here in Michigan it is cold and wet. Water is standing in the fields, the temps are in the 40's.
We have had maybe one day above 60 so far this year. There are still piles of snow in shady areas of town. Every day I am thankful for global warming otherwise I would still be running my snowblower.