Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Morocco Makes Cereal Forecast of 4.8 Million Tons - Bloomberg

Morocco may import the most wheat in at least 50 years in the 12 months beginning in July after rain delayed planting and
cold curbed crop development, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service said in a report last month.

Early frosts may hurt late-planted Argentine soy | Agricultural Commodities | Reuters

BUENOS AIRES, April 24 (Reuters) - Frosts that started over the weekend in parts of Argentina's Pampas farm belt may
threaten late-planted soy if the unusually cold weather persists, climatologists said on Tuesday.

About the Lack of Warming… | Planet3.0

Doesn’t it appear that whatever has caused global temperatures to rise over the past four decades is still going strong?

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