Thursday, March 28, 2013

Children won't know what daffodils, swallows, wheat, or crawfish look like

Cold snap may curb crawfish consumption |
Thanks to the recent cold weather, Good Friday might be a bad Friday for residents counting on holding a traditional crawfish boil.
John Lewis selling fake daffodils as cold snap causes flower shortage (From News Shopper)
RETAILER John Lewis is selling fake daffodils for the first time as the relentless cold weather delays the arrival of the spring blooms.
Cold snap killing first swallows -
the problem is that they feed on flying insects and there is a considerable lack of these because of the cold weather
Wheat Trades Near Five-Week High as Cold Weather Threatens Crop - Businessweek
Wheat traded near a five-week high as freezing weather threatened the winter crop in the U.S., the world’s largest shipper.

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