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US Latest Spring start of Planting on Record Dooms Food Supply
Natura Naturans
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US Latest Spring start of Planting on Record Dooms Food Supply
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This was the latest arrival of spring in 38 years of records for parts of Kansas and Oklahoma. Portions of Washington and Oregon also saw the latest spring start on record.

In parts of the Plains, in places like South Dakota, Nebraska and even into Oklahoma, a late spring like this year's only happens once every 10 or more years.

By May 12, only 30 percent of the nation's corn acreage had been planted, 36 points behind the 5-year average. The corn planting in Illinois as of May 12 was the slowest on record, dating back to 1979, according to Karen Braun, global agriculture columnist at Thomson Reuters.

The soybean crop is also behind schedule, and as of May 12, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) said that just nine percent of the nation's soybean acreage was planted, 20 points behind the 5-year average.

Get ready for skyrocketing prices for staple foods as well as luxuries.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/201...282457002/

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Once them diesels start chattering, they will be plenty of chow.
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Reminds me that i got a little baggie of pot seeds stashed in the garage.
I'll dig those out and get ready to plant them in the yard.
Its legal to grow upto 4 plants per househould now.
They even are promoting it on the local news here
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The first cutting of hay is off and the fields have been covered in poop and turned under and planted with corn.
After the corn comes off another crop of hay will be harvested.
We have a hella long growing season.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-18-2019 05:57 PM)
Reminds me that i got a little baggie of pot seeds stashed in the garage.
I'll dig those out and get ready to plant them in the yard.
Its legal to grow upto 4 plants per househould now.
They even are promoting it on the local news here

Already have mine going in the greenhouse!

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We have had so much rain, the local dry marshes have filled up. Its so cool to walk around in there. The birds this year have incredible colors. I think there are enough frogs in there to feed NYC for a month
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Cold Throttles N. Hemisphere Spring: “It’s Been Brutal” …”Can’t Remember Such A Delayed Spring” …”Barely A Hint Of Leaves On Trees”

There has been a flurry of major May cold weather and snow reports coming in from a variety of regions across the globe, leaving global warming alarmists speechless.

Australia in ice box
For example, weather site electroverse.net here just reported on how the entire Australian land mass is getting walloped by extreme cold as the winter season begins there.
German mountain peak sees 6 meters of snow – in May!

“Very remarkable” snow in Corsica

New England: “Been brutal”…can’t remember such “delayed” spring

Major Greenland glacier “slams on the brakes”
A sign that the globe, or at least a major part of the Arctic (a claimed “climate canary in a coal mine”) has been seeing a major warming slowdown is that European satellites have been showing how a mighty Greenland glacier has “slammed on the brakes”

https://notrickszone.com/2019/05/17/cold...-on-trees/

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I was wondering about that in Oklahoma.

My garden is raging, but it's on high raised beds.

Very swampy on the flats.

In fact my swales filled up this year, and stayed wet.

They're supposed to drain within 2-3 days so they don't breed mosquitos.

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Luvapottamus  Wrote: (05-18-2019 06:33 PM)
I was wondering about that in Oklahoma.

My garden is raging, but it's on high raised beds.

Very swampy on the flats.

In fact my swales filled up this year, and stayed wet.

They're supposed to drain within 2-3 days so they don't breed mosquitos.
I'm surprised you are growing anything yet, even here in Hawaii I am just planting tomatoes and squash. I'm at 1500 ft elevation on Maui so it is cold at night, sometimes down into the 50's. I can grow corn all year here though. And winter crops do well all year. You are right about raised beds, it works even in lakes, the Peruvians of Lake Titicaca made mats and piled soil on them to garden in the middle of lakes.

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Natura Naturans  Wrote: (05-18-2019 06:40 PM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (05-18-2019 06:33 PM)
I was wondering about that in Oklahoma.

My garden is raging, but it's on high raised beds.

Very swampy on the flats.

In fact my swales filled up this year, and stayed wet.

They're supposed to drain within 2-3 days so they don't breed mosquitos.
I'm surprised you are growing anything yet, even here in Hawaii I am just planting tomatoes and squash. I'm at 1500 ft elevation on Maui so it is cold at night, sometimes down into the 50's. I can grow corn all year here though. And winter crops do well all year. You are right about raised beds, it works even in lakes, the Peruvians of Lake Titicaca made mats and piled soil on them to garden in the middle of lakes.

I planted kale and spinach last fall, and it was puny over the winter then grew rapidly as the soil warmed.

That's the best way to get spinach here because if you plant it late the early heat kills it off.

I didn't have much of a budget for seeds, but onions, vetch, garlic, that were already there are raging.

sage is raging(it reseeded itself) And the spinach, kale, and mustard bloomed this year and brought in a lot of bees.

Tons of ladybugs.

My muscadine grapes are blooming right now.(shoved the cutting in the ground three years ago(an unrooted one, they make their own hormone), fruited last year a little. Looks like lots this year. Root is 3/4 inch thick now(started 1/4).

Native plums have fruit on.

Blackberries have fruit on.

This method would work well scaled up if farmers had new implements.

A gantry crane add-on to irrigation. Or a 3-d "printer" gantry system on tracks. With implements to deliver manure, other amendments, and weeder/picker implements.

If I ever sell my screenplay I'm going to build a prototype.

Because of the swale/berm geometry you get increased surface area over flat.

The thing my garden most lacks is a budget.

I planted wild flowers this year and they haven't blossomed yet but are getting big.

I need to plant a few dozed fruit and nut trees.

All I have right now is plums and pawpaw.

chuckle

I planted two kinds of milkweed for the monarchs(they were nursery pots)

And I separated my blackberries and spread them around some.

But I never have cash when it's time to plant trees.

Pretty much everything I want to plant would be doing well now, just haven't planted much this year.

It's overgrown with perennials though and self-seeders and clumpers.

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
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You know who's happy? The frogs, they sings an opera; me never slept better.
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Cleatus  Wrote: (05-18-2019 07:01 PM)
You know who's happy? The frogs, they sings an opera; me never slept better.

Haven't heard frogs or seen toads yet.(Actually I did hear tree frogs a few weeks ago)

But oddly I've seen some mature grass hoppers.

chuckle

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Luvapottamus  Wrote: (05-18-2019 07:02 PM)
Cleatus  Wrote: (05-18-2019 07:01 PM)
You know who's happy? The frogs, they sings an opera; me never slept better.

Haven't heard frogs or seen toads yet.(Actually I did hear tree frogs a few weeks ago)

But oddly I've seen some mature grass hoppers.

chuckle

Grasshoppers, oh wow; use to be millions of them around and all of a sudden they vanished; went extinct or something.
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Luvapottamus  Wrote: (05-18-2019 06:33 PM)
I was wondering about that in Oklahoma.

My garden is raging, but it's on high raised beds.

Very swampy on the flats.

In fact my swales filled up this year, and stayed wet.

They're supposed to drain within 2-3 days so they don't breed mosquitos.

Yah mosquitoes could be bad this year, west nile summer

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Everyone who has access to garden area needs to put in a vegetable garden this year. food will be expensive and a garden gives you organic vegies that cost a lot in the store.

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