Snow in Southern Spain – Farmers Month Behind in Planting – More Blizzards in May

Adapt 2030 With all of the media distractions underway, you know that a look right while the real action is looking left, which would be blizzards across the US and Canadian grain belts that will prevent planting until mid May at best. Spring blizzard Xanto (Lucifer – in Gematria) rolls across the land shattering snow and clod records, decimating anything that bloomed, sprouted, budded , emerged or started growing already this spring. The agricultural losses will be stupendous, and add o the fact that two more winter storms are on the way, uhmmmm I mean two more BLIZZARDS. Heavy snow in Morocco, Spain, France and thick hail in Italy will round it out.

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Sodden farmers a month behind last year

Farmers across the West say the poor weather has left them a month behind schedule.

Heavy snow and near constant rain means many are unable to plant spring crops and a lack of grass for livestock means they’re having to stay inside for longer.

David Sedgman, who farms near Somerton in Somerset, said it’s been raining since July and he has 30 tonnes of seed ready to go in the ground.

Soggy Spring causing a real headache for our farmers

2 thoughts on “Snow in Southern Spain – Farmers Month Behind in Planting – More Blizzards in May

  1. They’re hitting us with winter blasts right now in the US, may ruin the buds totally, depending on how cold it gets tonight.
    Like Henry Kissinger said, whoever controls the food supply controls the world. Maybe he needs to be investigated? Seeing as he’s one of the most evil men alive.

  2. Wisconsin got it’s few minutes of allowed sun late in the day after 40 inches of snow in April. April showers bring May flowers – don’t know how this will pay out.

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