Droughts Are Having A Devastating Effect On Crops Across America

The United States is in the grips of climate change and it’s not the carbon boogie man that Bill Gates preaches at his TEDx talks either – the polar vortex is slowly ruining crops across the country, and it seems to be getting far worse with every passing year.

The world is getting significantly colder and drier – five counties in Texas have been designated as natural disaster areas, after drought has ravaged through the Lone Star State, killing crops or greatly decreasing its quality.

Unseasonably cold spring seasons have also pushed back planting time, and charts contained on the attached video, show that a good portion of the continental United States has experienced a huge drop off in production of hay, wheat, corn and other crops.

Supply chain issues are also adding to the woes and the war in Ukraine has impacted the importing of fertilizer, further pushing back growing times.

The charts also show that nearly half of the country is in a current state of drought and in Fort Bend County, Texas, they only had a pitiful rainfall of half an inch for the entire month of June.

Some are suggesting that the reason for the unseasonable weather, which includes flooding in some areas and a rash of destructive tornadoes, is due to geo-engineering happening thanks to the federal government, who are regularly spraying chemicals into the atmosphere to conjure a weather response.

Whatever the reason may be, hard times may be in the near future as the supply chain will continue to deteriorate and supplies will steadily run dry.

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