Midwest Flooding-Signaling that GMO Has an Expiration​ Date!​! 2019!

ENVIRONMENT  Midwest flooding is drowning (DISEASE CAUSING ) – GMO corn and GMO soy crops (and GMO Alfalfa fed to the animals we eat!)    

Midwest flooding-Signaling that GMO Has an Expiration Date!!! 2019!    

Google ‘CAFO’ IMAGES              

Is climate change to blame?

CAFO-GMO- Major Contributor to Greenhouse Gases – Ban GMO & CAFO Collapses!   Apr 11, 2019 6:42 PM

Factory Farms Put Climate at Risk, Experts Say in Urging Health https://insideclimatenews.org/…/factory-farms-cafos-threaten-climate-change-world-he…

May 23, 2017 – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says that agriculture, including livestock production, is responsible for 9 percent of overall greenhouse gas emissions. …

“In the U.S., direct emissions from beef, in terms of methane emissions, was 1.9 percent of U.S. emissions,” Place said, citing 2014 numbers from the EPA.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Animal Agriculture – The Humane …

https://www.humanesociety.org/…/hsus-fact-sheet-greenhouse-gas-emissions-from-ani…An HSUS Fact Sheet: Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Animal Agriculture | The … approximately 18,80012 concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs).13.

How Factory Farming Contributes to Global Warming – EcoWatch https://www.ecowatch.com/how-factory-farming-contributes-to-global-warming-188169…

Jan 21, 2013 – According to a 2006 report by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), animal agriculture is responsible for 18 percent of all human-induced greenhouse gas emissions, including 37 percent of methane emissions and 65 percent of nitrous oxide emissions.

 Water pools in rain-soaked farm fields on May 29, 2019 near Gardner, Illinois.

This year, corn planting is the most delayed it’s been in recorded U.S. history…https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/2019/06/midwest-rain-climate-change-wrecking-corn-soy-crops/

This year’s constant deluge of rain has led some to wonder if farmers are finally feeling the predicted impacts of a warming world.

BY SARAH GIBBENS   PUBLISHED JUNE 3, 2019

SEEN FROM ABOVE, the Midwestern U.S. looks more like a marsh than the fertile fields that grow some of the nation’s most lucrative crops. That’s because this spring has been one of the rainiest on record for the region. As a result, many farmers have been forced to leave their fields empty.

And though it’s difficult to link one single weather event to climate change, climate scientists say the devasting rains falling over the Midwest are exactly in line with what they’ve been predicting.

“Overall, it’s climate change,” says Donald Wuebbles, an atmospheric scientist at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “We expect an increase in total precipitation in the Midwest, especially in winter and spring, with more coming as larger events.”

A closing window

Depending on the state, early June is the latest corn can be planted and mid-June is the latest GMO soybeans (ALONG WITH FRANKEN CORN, FRANKEN ALFALFA-to name a few GMO)  can be planted. After that, temperatures climb too high and rain falls too little for the crop to be successful.

HOW CAN WE ETHICALLY TURN A ‘BLIND EYE’ TO THIS MOST UNETHICAL PRACTICE – IN THE NAME OF GREED!

Jan 21, 2013 – According to a 2006 report by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), animal agriculture is responsible for 18 percent of all human-induced greenhouse gas emissions, including 37 percent of methane emissions and 65 percent of nitrous oxide emissions.

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