https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSx4B3q0csM Let me show you how I protected myself from rain several times this summer by taking advantage of natural shelters that nature provided. These were relatively dry even in hard downpours.
The high temperature of 92 F was in line with historical averages for July in Little Rock.
This could potentially turn out to be the worst growing season in modern history, and it comes at a time when crops are literally failing all over the planet.
The continuing devastation to crops globally is causing food prices to rise, and ultimately will push the troubled global economy over the edge.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Pzd5PbwizQ Also see Sasha Dobler's site linked below: The next Grand Solar Minimum has (very likely) begun: NASA predicts lowest solar cycle in 200 years
“U.S. corn will be in short supply, but emotions, fears, and hoarding could push it to shortage,” said Ned Schmidt, editor of the Agri-Food Value View Report. The “reality of the situation will develop over time, pushing December 2019 corn to $5.05” a bushel by year end. That would mark a 9% rise from the …
But if severe heat and/or an early frost hits the Midwest...