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Jul 19, 2022 | 09:25 1 Just Weather in Europe. Record high temp. No water for crops etc. We shall see if this "weather" lasts more than this year. Reply With Quote
Jul 19, 2022 | 10:54 2
Quote Originally Posted by agstar77 View Post
Just Weather in Europe. Record high temp. No water for crops etc. We shall see if this "weather" lasts more than this year.
It certainly is interesting but there will be some statistics that says it has happened before.

Probably why some of the infrastructure was built in the first place to hold or control the water.

Not arguing on this , but it only gets attention when things get this bad. Western Canada could be speckled with water holding lakes on the saskatchewan river system that would help.

Instead we flush it like a toilet every year. Reply With Quote

  • Jul 19, 2022 | 12:16 3 Just Weather!

    Yellow and Green for miles and miles!



    Blessings and Salutations Reply With Quote
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  • fjlip's Avatar Jul 19, 2022 | 12:24 4 Listened to Les Henry on Gormley....yes all the "weather" has happened before, the Feds are full of sh it, climate repeats, July is T- storms always has been. C02 is BS, Nox is infinitesimal! Les says it's measured in GRAMS/hectare!

    Crop reside can add as much of it as fertilizer! nearly 100% of fertilizer is underground, does not add C02 to the atmosphere.

    So now what? Cancel agriculture?

    Nobody eats, because cows fart methane, reside rots, fertilizer/hydrocarbons kill the climate/earth?
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  • Jul 19, 2022 | 12:25 5 i remember back in th 70s when we were kids in ireland their was a long roasting hot summer , grass burnt brown , lot farmers hauling water for cattle for wells and most streams dried up , i have been gone from ireland a good while now but i dont think it was ever as dry since , was that climate change back then too ? Reply With Quote
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  • Jul 19, 2022 | 13:06 6 100 million U.S. under heat advisory. Reply With Quote
    jazz's Avatar Jul 19, 2022 | 13:56 7
    Quote Originally Posted by agstar77 View Post
    100 million U.S. under heat advisory.
    There are a few billion under heat advisory every day in the ME.

    Just more climate scaremongering.

    If I was Europe I would be worried about filling those gas caverns before winter and not about some couple day temp anomaly. Reply With Quote

  • Jul 19, 2022 | 14:01 8
    Quote Originally Posted by TOM4CWB View Post
    Just Weather!

    Yellow and Green for miles and miles!



    Blessings and Salutations
    Can you scan your bank account balance and upload it too?
    FML Reply With Quote
    Jul 19, 2022 | 15:39 9
    Quote Originally Posted by LWeber View Post
    Can you scan your bank account balance and upload it too?
    FML
    Obviously the satellites are scanning what is actually happening… there are N O surprises on where our production is going this summer in western Canada.

    Storm events will, as is normal in Western Canada… determine the final outcome of the production in 2022… NO one but the great Creator himself… knows the outcome of our future!

    Blessings and Salutations, hope all is well with you Larry. Spoke with John D this morning… got an old CWB monitor from 2013… wow…Some folks worry about‘
    Our “privacy’ now?!!!!

    Just thinking about how wildly we were manipulated before August 1 2012!!!

    Farmers, the biggest speculators… who have endless opportunity to manage prices paid for their production in 2022!!!

    Unbelievable opportunity for us to be risk managers… for our farms and families! Reply With Quote

  • Jul 19, 2022 | 15:55 10 Lots of yellow fields in our area too. Mostly sprayed off fields of wheat ,canola and barley and weeds from being drowned out and hailed. Greenfeed did jump thou from those plus 30 days and got another 20mm of rain last night. First cut hay not best quality but hope for nice second cut. Reply With Quote

  • Jul 19, 2022 | 16:00 11
    Quote Originally Posted by TOM4CWB View Post
    Obviously the satellites are scanning what is actually happening… there are N O surprises on where our production is going this summer in western Canada.

    Storm events will, as is normal in Western Canada… determine the final outcome of the production in 2022… NO one but the great Creator himself… knows the outcome of our future!

    Blessings and Salutations, hope all is well with you Larry. Spoke with John D this morning… got an old CWB monitor from 2013… wow…Some folks worry about‘
    Our “privacy’ now?!!!!

    Just thinking about how wildly we were manipulated before August 1 2012!!!

    Farmers, the biggest speculators… who have endless opportunity to manage prices paid for their production in 2022!!!

    Unbelievable opportunity for us to be risk managers… for our farms and families!

    Here is where we diverge in opinions...

    Storms? The amount of hail loss versus the shower that just went through is a net gain on bushels. The deluge in MB this morning is a different story.
    Export Sales reporting - dick done - resolutions passed everywhere.
    Carbon Credit bs - nothing done and now western Canada is looking at the same s/h/i/t/ that Netherlands are...

    So keep giving up free info...the Sat data IS not showing 2013 values yet.
    You give up enough of your info to STATSCAN and get nothing back in return.
    No one draws a line in the sand...just keep giving.

    Not everyone is in the aqua zone:

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  • Jul 19, 2022 | 16:02 12 Storms are dropping 3 to 4 in. Cereals lodging. Have not seen storms like this for a number of years. Reply With Quote
    Jul 19, 2022 | 16:02 13
    Quote Originally Posted by TOM4CWB View Post
    Obviously the satellites are scanning what is actually happening… there are N O surprises on where our production is going this summer in western Canada.

    Storm events will, as is normal in Western Canada… determine the final outcome of the production in 2022… NO one but the great Creator himself… knows the outcome of our future!

    Blessings and Salutations, hope all is well with you Larry. Spoke with John D this morning… got an old CWB monitor from 2013… wow…Some folks worry about‘
    Our “privacy’ now?!!!!

    Just thinking about how wildly we were manipulated before August 1 2012!!!

    Farmers, the biggest speculators… who have endless opportunity to manage prices paid for their production in 2022!!!

    Unbelievable opportunity for us to be risk managers… for our farms and families!


    It is absolutely astounding how history repeats itself!!!!

    Blessings and Salutations
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    Jul 19, 2022 | 17:30 15 [QUOTE=TOM4CWB;

    It is absolutely astounding how history repeats itself!!!!

    Blessings and Salutations[/QUOTE]

    Speaking of Weather [Solar]

    Adam Smith
    Mon, July 18, 2022, 4:18 AM

    "A solar storm is predicted to hit the Earth tomorrow [that was today.....but] that could disrupt GPS and radio signals.

    The impact of a “snake-like filament” from the Sun, which Nasa predicts will happen on 19 July, will be a “direct hit” according to Dr Tamitha Skov, adding that we should “expect signal disruptions on Earth’s nightside”. It is also possible that aurora might be visible in some regions of the Earth.


    Direct Hit! A snake-like filament launched as a big #solarstorm while in the Earth-strike zone. NASA predicts impact early July 19. Strong #aurora shows possible with this one, deep into mid-latitudes. Amateur #radio & #GPS users expect signal disruptions on Earth's nightside. pic.twitter.com/7FHgS63xiU

    — Dr. Tamitha Skov (@TamithaSkov) July 16, 2022

    However, it is possible that the storm could also come later this week. The G1-class storm – which is “minor” but could impact satellite operations – could strike the Earth on 20 or 21 July, according to SpaceWeather.

    The origins of the storm come from a coronal mass ejection, a release of plasma and magnetic energy, which leapt from the Sun on 15 July by an unstable filament of magnetism. These eruptions are capable of releasing 100,000 times more energy than all the power plants on Earth generate throughout a year."

    https://ca.yahoo.com/news/solar-stor...101857176.html Reply With Quote
    blackpowder's Avatar Jul 19, 2022 | 20:06 16 Larry, who is this Statscan of which you speak? Reply With Quote
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  • Jul 19, 2022 | 20:12 17
    Quote Originally Posted by LWeber View Post
    Here is where we diverge in opinions...

    Storms? The amount of hail loss versus the shower that just went through is a net gain on bushels. The deluge in MB this morning is a different story.
    Export Sales reporting - dick done - resolutions passed everywhere.
    Carbon Credit bs - nothing done and now western Canada is looking at the same s/h/i/t/ that Netherlands are...

    So keep giving up free info...the Sat data IS not showing 2013 values yet.
    You give up enough of your info to STATSCAN and get nothing back in return.
    No one draws a line in the sand...just keep giving.

    Not everyone is in the aqua zone:

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    I don’t give them SFA
    Never have
    Told them to come get me
    Never have Reply With Quote

  • Jul 19, 2022 | 20:25 18
    Quote Originally Posted by TOM4CWB View Post
    Speaking of Weather [Solar]

    Adam Smith
    Mon, July 18, 2022, 4:18 AM

    "A solar storm is predicted to hit the Earth tomorrow [that was today.....but] that could disrupt GPS and radio signals.

    The impact of a “snake-like filament” from the Sun, which Nasa predicts will happen on 19 July, will be a “direct hit” according to Dr Tamitha Skov, adding that we should “expect signal disruptions on Earth’s nightside”. It is also possible that aurora might be visible in some regions of the Earth.


    Direct Hit! A snake-like filament launched as a big #solarstorm while in the Earth-strike zone. NASA predicts impact early July 19. Strong #aurora shows possible with this one, deep into mid-latitudes. Amateur #radio & #GPS users expect signal disruptions on Earth's nightside. pic.twitter.com/7FHgS63xiU

    — Dr. Tamitha Skov (@TamithaSkov) July 16, 2022

    However, it is possible that the storm could also come later this week. The G1-class storm – which is “minor” but could impact satellite operations – could strike the Earth on 20 or 21 July, according to SpaceWeather.

    The origins of the storm come from a coronal mass ejection, a release of plasma and magnetic energy, which leapt from the Sun on 15 July by an unstable filament of magnetism. These eruptions are capable of releasing 100,000 times more energy than all the power plants on Earth generate throughout a year."

    https://ca.yahoo.com/news/solar-stor...101857176.html
    Drugs are a wonderful thing!🙄🤪 Reply With Quote
    Jul 19, 2022 | 20:29 19
    Quote Originally Posted by LWeber View Post
    Here is where we diverge in opinions...

    Storms? The amount of hail loss versus the shower that just went through is a net gain on bushels. The deluge in MB this morning is a different story.
    Export Sales reporting - dick done - resolutions passed everywhere.
    Carbon Credit bs - nothing done and now western Canada is looking at the same s/h/i/t/ that Netherlands are...

    So keep giving up free info...the Sat data IS not showing 2013 values yet.
    You give up enough of your info to STATSCAN and get nothing back in return.
    No one draws a line in the sand...just keep giving.

    Not everyone is in the aqua zone:

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    Larry do u have some kind of preliminary estimate made yet? Hard to decipher how much good and bad out there and will it make an average crop across the prairies. Wild card will be frost free days we get. Reply With Quote
    Jul 19, 2022 | 20:33 20
    Quote Originally Posted by agstar77 View Post
    Just Weather in Europe. Record high temp. No water for crops etc. We shall see if this "weather" lasts more than this year.
    Realistically Agstar I am not going to bother debating as neither of us will change our outlook. But as far as weather goes we had a nasty little storm come through this afternoon, hail in some areas as big as golf balls. Damage anywhere from 5% to 100%. What really surprised me was one person I talked to farms quite a spread out land base, 46 miles from farthest North to farthest south. Every piece of land had some hail damage, some only 5-10%, some more significant. Usually spreading out your land base spreads out your risk. I had some wheat hailed out over 50%. A neighbour over 6 miles away lost a steel Quonset that was built in the 70’s. Nasty Weather. Reply With Quote
    Jul 19, 2022 | 20:54 21 I hope these events don't become the norm whatever the cause. Probably nothing we do or can do to change this. The U.N. cannot even stop a evil little man from destroying a country. Reply With Quote
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  • jazz's Avatar Jul 19, 2022 | 21:29 22
    Quote Originally Posted by agstar77 View Post
    The U.N. cannot even stop a evil little man from destroying a country.
    Don’t worry we can try to vote out Trudeau in the next election. Reply With Quote

  • makar's Avatar Jul 19, 2022 | 21:57 23
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    Don’t worry we can try to vote out Trudeau in the next election.
    Didn't work last time. Reply With Quote
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  • Jul 19, 2022 | 21:58 24
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    Don’t worry we can try to vote out Trudeau in the next election.
    Good luck with that.... the climate cult has a 'spell' that the vast majority of Canadians have been bullied and frightened into believing... plus the Liberal/NDP 'fountain of free money' is very seductive! Reply With Quote
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  • Jul 20, 2022 | 07:53 25 Just look at most headlines from the MSM or the weather channels. Same shit all the time. Record hot. Record humidity. Record low water levels. Record flooding. Everything’s a record. Most people don’t pay attention to wether it’s true or not but it sticks in their mind so it becomes the norm to hear this. Especially record heat. Never record cold. Reply With Quote
    Jul 20, 2022 | 08:10 26
    Quote Originally Posted by TOM4CWB View Post
    Just Weather!

    Yellow and Green for miles and miles!



    Blessings and Salutations
    Hope you miss the 30 degrees. Lots of blanks and poorly filed pods where the later canola bloomed in 30+ Reply With Quote
    Jul 20, 2022 | 08:25 27
    Quote Originally Posted by FarmJunkie View Post
    Just look at most headlines from the MSM or the weather channels. Same shit all the time. Record hot. Record humidity. Record low water levels. Record flooding. Everything’s a record. Most people don’t pay attention to wether it’s true or not but it sticks in their mind so it becomes the norm to hear this. Especially record heat. Never record cold.
    The entire Pacific NW in the U.S. had near record cold for a month and a half this spring …. Not a word
    Oh and all of western Canada btw
    Last edited by furrowtickler; Jul 20, 2022 at 10:45.
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  • Jul 20, 2022 | 12:59 28 Fyi
    I don't respond to surveys, Chem. companies, dept stores, stats Can, etc email, mail, or phone

    Due to intellectual property, security, privacy, risks associated with replying to outside emails or even phone calls, we can not properly verify the origin or safety of their networks.

    Thats how i respond to inquiries. Reply With Quote

  • Jul 20, 2022 | 15:08 29 Just weather in China heat wave destroying crops. Reply With Quote
    Partners's Avatar Jul 20, 2022 | 16:31 30 If you believe the Country Guide.
    Possible Frost end of August.. Reply With Quote