Victorian grain production down 42% as Grand Solar Minimum intensifies

XYZ | 11/22/2018 | Staff
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Remember a few years ago almost when XYZ first reported that the Grand Solar Minimum was beginning and the effects of global cooling would soon begin to hit?

Well, they’re hitting.

Potato - Harvest - Europe - Northern

The potato harvest hasn’t been reduced just in Europe, too. It’s happening across the northern hemisphere.

From the article:

Figure - Dan - Sawatzky - Manager - Keystone

“It’s an unprecedented figure,” Dan Sawatzky, general manager of the Keystone Potato Growers Association, said. “The potato producers association has been around for 50 years and never had to abandon that many acres.”

Potato growers started harvests in the second week of September, and that’s when the cold, damp weather moved in.

Potatoes - Soil - Sawatzky - Oct - Season

“You can’t dig potatoes when the soil’s too wet,” Sawatzky said. Then frost hit on Oct. 11 and the season was over.

The 25-30% reduction in potato yields across Europe will double the price of potatoes across the continent. The lying media is blaming it on man-made global warming, of course, because driving your car causes farts which make the potatoes sad, or something.

Agriculture - Monocultures - Society - Weather - Planet

Agriculture, particularly the industrial-scale monocultures our society is built around, requires regular and predictable weather to be viable. As the planet goes into a Grand Solar Minimum, the seasons go haywire. This is devastating for crops, and our entry into this current Eddy Minimum has only just begun. According to Agriculture Victoria Seasonal Risk Agronomist, Dale Boyd, it wasn’t just the unseasonable cold and frost events which damaged crops, but the lack of rain during August and September.

It’s not a straight-line cause and effect. Rather, the risk to agriculture is that the complex weather dynamics which crops rely on become unstable, reducing not only the quantity but also the quality of food.

Pioneer - Study - Grand - Solar - Minima

A leading pioneer in the study of Grand Solar Minima and their effects on the planet has been solar physicist Professor Valentina Zharkova of Northumbria University. She has been attacked savagely...
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