Tuesday, September 17, 2013


Frosty morning in Kitchener area, as temperatures flirted with record low from 1923
WATERLOO REGION — A 90-year-old weather record almost fell this morning, as below-freezing air blanketed Waterloo Region.

The low before dawn at the Breslau Airport was –0.5 C. The record low for the day remains -0.6 C, set in 1923
Sunny but cool for the last week of summer - Metro - The Boston Globe
A record low was recorded at Boston Logan International Airport this morning, as temperatures dipped to 44 degrees, one degree colder than the previous record. Though calendars claim fall doesn’t arrive until Sept. 22, it sure feels like it’s already here.
Tax gone but hunt for carbon cash not forgotten: minister | The Australian
THE incoming federal government has moved fast to reassure farmers the generation of on-farm carbon credits through storing carbon in trees or reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions remains a valuable and potentially lucrative source of income despite the imminent axing of the carbon tax.
Chinese demand fuels record soy crops in South America | GlobalPost
South America is seeing record harvests and 2013-2014 forecasts say the region's production will increase even further, according to UN Food and Agriculture Organization soy expert Peter Thoeness.
World Rapeseed Supplies Seen at Record on Canada, EU Crop - Bloomberg
“Canadian harvesting is increasing, with very high yields reportedly achieved,” Oil World said. “Favorable, partly even ideal weather conditions in the final phase of this year’s crop development resulted in above average yields in early harvest results.”

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