Corn bulls point to weather conditions mirroring 1983, when yields also got hammered by a wet...


Corn bulls point to weather conditions mirroring 1983, when yields also got hammered by a wet spring and cooler temperatures. Unlike 1983 however, we're exiting a strong La Nina, which means a more seasonal summer and strong production ... a must given the dangerous supply situation.

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  • Tony Petroski
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    "...got hammered by a wet spring and cooler temperatures. Unlike 1983..."

     

    Unlike 1983 we now have global warming to offset some of the cold temperatures. I've been doing my part by using the spray-on Right Guard that I hid from the eco-police. Now it's paying off and will help a hungry planet.
    9 Jun 2011, 01:28 PM Reply Like
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