The USDA’s June 28 report drew criticism widely for including dated data to hide our worst season on record. Are agencies “kicking the can,” forestalling the inevitable realization, satisfying algorithmic traders, until a late-season wake up call, knowing that seasons are only getting worse from here? If so, this is a crime against all humanity. Prepare now — before everyone else! START GROWING FOOD!
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US Flooding Threatens Global Food Security
Select Tweets on state of US farms:
So messed up, driving to Chicago this morning and almost every field was partially flooded. Difficult to get pictures at speed though. Some had lakes, this one “only” had a giant puddle surrounded by clearly soaked ground. Lots of fallow fields, too, more than normal it appears. pic.twitter.com/tWzrgW633s
— Rob Nelson (@rnelson0) June 24, 2019
Driving through Kenosha County WI this week, rather than seeing typical near knee-high corn as July 4th approaches, all I saw were fallow fields.
— Pam Delany (@pamdelany) June 23, 2019
Driving across the Midwest this week, have pulled off the highway in yet another of this summer’s epic rainstorms which has reduced visibility to about 2 feet. Farmland continues to lie fallow/flooded. Climate chaos is here.
— dr allison carr (@hors_doeuvre) June 19, 2019
So far driving through Schuyler County Missouri I have seen a lot of corn fields growing good with a few bare spots from standing water & a lot of the fields that are usually soybean fields either the seeds have gotten to much water or something because they are bare or all weeds
— Elsie Barker (@HIGHLANDDRAGON) June 28, 2019
Looked like farmageddon driving through Indiana today. 10 mile stretch – 12 fields of corn and at least 6 should have went PP.
— Justin Welch (@DirtyAgronomer) June 29, 2019
USDA to re-survey:
Should Never have been released:
$1b in non-ag damages:
Brutal 2018 caused 37,000 livestock deaths in Montana — 2019 much worse:
1.5m of hail in Guadalajara
Hail smashes greenhouses in Germany:
Tennis ball hail in Rosovice, Czech Republic today, July 1st! Report: Jana Holá Lišková pic.twitter.com/N8T3leIVZr
— severe-weather.EU (@severeweatherEU) July 1, 2019
Kenyan cold season starts months early:
Detroit’s Agrihood feeds 2,000 households for free