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  • William Bionx Akena Uganda, Central Region, Kampala

    Business Title: Jetstream Agencies (U) Limited
    Job Title: Farmer, Rancher
    About: Am apassionate Agriculturist with interest in Organic Farming of Grains, Pulses and Tuber's.
    Interests: Sorghum, Organic Row Crops, Soybeans

    William Hardee United States, SC, Loris

    Job Title: Extension Agent or University Employee, Landowner
    Interests: Canola, Corn, Cotton

    William Patterson United States, OK, Stillwater

    Business Title: OGI
    Job Title: Farmer, Rancher, Farm Manager or Employee, Crop Consultant, Extension Agent or University Employee
    Interests: Wheat, Peanuts, Corn

    William Skorzyk United States, NY, Syracuse

    Business Title: Countryway Insurance
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Organic Row Crops, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Will Sweatman United States, SC, Mount Croghan

    Job Title: Engineer
    About: Hi, I'm researching a possible business model for a multispectral imaging service for farms local in my area. I'm an engineer and have that part covered. Problem is I know nothing about farming. Hoping to learn something here! I own a 32 acre pine tree farm / former laminate making business and have converted the property into a small engineering business.
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Soybeans, Precision Agriculture, Marketing, Agribusiness

    William Varano

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    William Ressegue United States, AZ, Kingman

    Interests: Vegetables, Dairy, Swine, Irrigation, Marketing, Agribusiness

  • William Bionx Akena Uganda, Central Region, Kampala

    Business Title: Jetstream Agencies (U) Limited
    Job Title: Farmer, Rancher
    About: Am apassionate Agriculturist with interest in Organic Farming of Grains, Pulses and Tuber's.
    Interests: Sorghum, Organic Row Crops, Soybeans

    William Hardee United States, SC, Loris

    Job Title: Extension Agent or University Employee, Landowner
    Interests: Canola, Corn, Cotton

    William Patterson United States, OK, Stillwater

    Business Title: OGI
    Job Title: Farmer, Rancher, Farm Manager or Employee, Crop Consultant, Extension Agent or University Employee
    Interests: Wheat, Peanuts, Corn

    William Skorzyk United States, NY, Syracuse

    Business Title: Countryway Insurance
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Organic Row Crops, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Will Sweatman United States, SC, Mount Croghan

    Job Title: Engineer
    About: Hi, I'm researching a possible business model for a multispectral imaging service for farms local in my area. I'm an engineer and have that part covered. Problem is I know nothing about farming. Hoping to learn something here! I own a 32 acre pine tree farm / former laminate making business and have converted the property into a small engineering business.
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Soybeans, Precision Agriculture, Marketing, Agribusiness

    William Varano

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    William Ressegue United States, AZ, Kingman

    Interests: Vegetables, Dairy, Swine, Irrigation, Marketing, Agribusiness

  • Wisconsin Crop Farmers

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    Looking to discuss farming in Wisconsin. Love to talk about food plots and crops. No livestock.
    Interest: Corn, Soybeans

    Nationwide Farm Insurance

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    Our commitment to agriculture began in 1909, through decades of service we have earned our position as the #1 farm insurer in the country. Let our expertise help protect your future.
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Timber, Agribusiness

    Rivers Wildlife Removal

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    Removing hogs and coyotes from farms !
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Rice, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine

    Ag Talk With The Ag Doc

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    All things agronomy! Get the latest news, research, and interviews with leaders in the world of agriculture. Hosted by Dr. Curtis Livesay, CCA, of Dynamite Ag.
    Interest: Corn, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Agribusiness

    Marketing With Storybrand

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    This group is for people that follow Donald Miller and Storybrand. It\'s a place to share ideas, ask for help, brainstorm and collaborate.
    Interest: Sustainable Agriculture

    Natures Enzymes LLC

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    Natures Enzymes sells 100% natural enzyme based products for Agriculture, Poultry, Cattle, Goats, Wild Birding and more. We are about to combat Zika Virus with Mosquito Free Water Tension Eliminator.
    Interest: Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Organic Row Crops, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Everything Hogs

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    Here’s a place to chatter about all things swine! Hogs, pigs and boars.
    Interest: Swine

    Ranch Investments - Texas Real Estate

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    Ranch Investments & Associates has become synonymous with quality farm, ranch and recreational property sales. If you are in the market for a farm or ranch, our expert team of professionals can help!
    Interest: Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Small-scale farming and Homesteading

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    This group is for people who are small-scale farming or homesteading to connect with each other and share information and experiences. CSA's, organic gardening, animal husbandry, etc.
    Interest: Vegetables, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation

    Animal Nutrition and Feed Study

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    Hello everyone. I am conducting a study on animal nutrition and feed habits by farmers in North America. I am looking to network and connect with livestock farmers for the study.
    Interest: Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine

  • Will a food Crisis arise after pandemic crisis?

    By Ammar Alshami

    Published Mar 6 

    Yet what is remarkable is the speed with which supply chain actors have to date been able to reorganise themselves to ensure the continued availability of food, at least in the developed world... By contrast, cereal supplies have not faced major disruptions: bulk transport has been less affected, and cereals can be loaded, shipped and handled with minimal labour input... The Impact of closing Resturants Closing restaurants at large scale will work as snow ball effect on supply chain. The disturbing other demand from the retail will surely jeopardize food production... Moreover, food automation will become a necessity to overcome any food prone diseases...

    Categories: Agribusiness

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    Wildflowers as covercrop...work with me here people!

    By William Vourlas

    Published May 11, 2020 

    Hi. My name is Will Vourlas, and I live on hundred feet by hundred fifty feet, most of which is house. I use cover crops on my land, but mostly in the fall and winter, using a mix of bell beans, fava, vetch, oats, peas... it works great, fall and winter is when we get the majority of our seasonal rain, so I play it by the rain forecast as I am sure most of you professional farmers do... Wildflowers can be cover crop too!wcv...

    Categories: Cover Crops

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    Jason Mauck's intercropped soybeans growing between 19-inch quad rows of wheat. By focusing on the wheat for capturing nutrients, suppressing weeds and feeding soil life vs. high yields, Mauck has seen over 100-bushel soybeans with significant input savings. Photo by Jason Mauck.

    How to Create a Low-Input, High-Revenue System with Wide-Row Intercropping

    By Laura Barrera

    Published Dec 9, 2019 

    Unlike the typical corn-and-soybean monocropping system, for the last 5 years Mauck has been doing low population, wide-row relay intercropping. So far he has seen success with soybeans into wheat, but he’s also working on corn intercropped with a legume... By growing crops in wide rows, sunlight is able to reach more of the plant, particularly its lower leaves, for greater crop production, while intercropping helps shade out weeds, keeps soil life active throughout the year and reduces input needs... Seed Wheat EarlyFor those following a corn-wheat-soybean rotation like Mauck, the relay intercropping system technically starts with corn when you select your hybrid... Last year he draglined manure and then planted his wheat in quad rows, 19 inches wide, on 60-inch centers...

    Categories: Corn, Soybeans, Wheat

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    Struggling with Soil Temperature During Planting? Cover Crops Can Help

    By Laura Barrera

    Updated Aug 17, 2020 

    You can pick the right seed, use the right equipment, apply the right inputs, and plant at the right depth, but without the right soil temperature, your crops are likely to struggle... Why Soil Temperature MattersWhile soil temperature has an impact on the soil and crop production throughout the growing season, the NRCS says it’s most critical at planting, when it drives seed germination and directly affects plant growth... Samuel Haruna, a soil scientist at Middle Tennessee State University, says if the soil is too hot, seeds won’t germinate or their roots will die... Growing cover crops before the planting season is one way to help ensure that... One was conducted with a three-way cover crop mix of hairy vetch, Austrian winter peas, and cereal rye on a no-till field in Missouri, while the other was conducted on a no-till field in Tennessee with just winter wheat...

    Categories: Cover Crops

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    Truly Farm to Table with DirectFood.store

    By North American Ag

    Published Jul 27 

    Based in Abbotsford, DirectFood. store is an online grocery shopping platform that offers top-quality fresh, organic, and local farm-to-table products grown and delivered for FREE right across the Lower Mainland. You can now enjoy a fantastic selection and variety of goods, including seasonal fruits and vegetables, unprocessed, ethically raised meats and seafood, nutritious dairy products and farm-fresh eggs, grains, pantry items, condiments, beverages, liquor, and even pet food from the comfort of your home. You can also filter and search by categories such as plant-based products, ready-to-eat snacks, and specialty ingredients (morel mushrooms, double-yolkers, to name a few)... By working directly with local farmers and vendors, they’re able to reduce food waste and keep a low carbon footprint...

    Categories: Agribusiness

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    A multi-species blend of wheat, vetch, winter peas and clover that was planted in October.

    On the Offensive with Cover Crops

    By Pat Rogers

    Published Jan 24, 2018 

    Cover crops’ ability to take a good crop yield and make it great can be explained by considering the framework of something known as Liebig’s Law of Minimum, which can be summarized as “If one of the critical nutrients or soil conditions is deficient, plant growth will be limited even if all other critical nutrients and soil conditions are abundant. ” It can be best visualized by looking at a picture of a barrel with staves of different lengths. Despite other stave heights being full, you can’t fill the barrel with water any higher than the most limiting stave. So what does this have to do with cover crops? As mentioned above, in years where water is your limiting factor cover crops can help mitigate some of the water stress by increasing the soil’s water holding capacity and also by providing shade to the soil surface... If soil moisture isn’t that limiting factor, then how do you ensure that nutrients are abundant enough and don’t become that limiting factor themselves? One option is to fertilize to the highest yield potential of the crop, but the obvious issues with doing that are excessive cost and nutrient runoff/leaching...

    Categories: Cover Crops

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    Cover crops not only helped Russell Hedrick win the 2016 North Carolina Dryland and No-Till Dryland yield contest, they also saved him $123 per acre on fertilizer and herbicide costs.

    How Yield Champions Use Cover Crops for Growing Higher Bushels

    By Laura Barrera

    Published Jun 1, 2018 

    The benefit of added crop diversity along with improvements to soil health is paying off, as some of these farmers are achieving the highest yields in the country. Below two state corn yield champions share how cover crops helped them capture contest wins, while also improving their soil and boosting their profits... Yield Win: 2016 North Carolina Dryland and No-Till Dryland Corn Yield, 318... While Russell Hedrick didn’t intend for his yield-winning corn to follow corn — most of his farm is in a corn-soybean rotation, occasionally with some small grains — it proved just how beneficial cover crops can be in a mono-cropping situation. After the previous corn was harvested, the owner of JRH Grains LLC drilled a 7-way blend of cereal rye, triticale, oats, crimson clover, Austrian winter peas, hairy vetch and Dwarf essex rape...

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    Improve Yields with Crop Scouting Apps

    By Cortney Farmer

    Published Mar 30, 2018 

    Every successful growing season begins (and often ends) with crop scouting... Growers, agronomists, and applicators walked their fields, often independently, carefully writing notes and recording vital details to help with both current and future year strategies. While a manual process can offer a wealth of knowledge to help agribusinesses prepare and plan, it's also rife with the potential risk found in any paper trail: data that's overlooked, misread, or lost... Benefits Of Using Mobile Scouting TechnologyUtilizing mobile scouting technology with your harvest can provide an impressive and diverse range of benefits to your entire operation. Whether you’re a farm manager or a consultant, the right crop scouting apps make a huge difference to a successful growing season...

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    How to Protect Corn Yields Following Cereal Rye

    By Laura Barrera

    Published Apr 19, 2019 

    Pathogens at PlayOne of the reasons corn may suffer after cereal rye is if the rye is serving as a “green bridge,” where pathogens that were infecting the rye move onto the growing corn as the rye dies... The following spring, the rye was terminated with glyphosate either at 25, 14-17, 8-10 and 3 days before planting (DBP), as well as 2 days after planting (DAP). A plot without rye served as the check plot... The percent of corn seedlings with root rot planted into the check plot and where rye was terminated at least 17 DBP was between 8% and 25%. But where rye was terminated between 8 DBP and 2 DAP, the number of seedlings with root rot increased to above 80%...

    Categories: Corn, Cover Crops

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    10 Tips for Growing Your Professional Network on AgFuse

    By AgFuse Administrator

    Published Oct 10 

    Here you’ll be able to connect with industry experts near and far while sharing stories, promoting useful products, learning new strategies, making friends, and forming valuable business associations. To help you get started, here are ten tips for expanding your professional network and connecting with other ag professionals on our AgFuse platform... Depending on their privacy settings, they’ll either receive notice that you started following them or notice of your follow request... Update Your ProfileBecause follow suggestions are based on geography and mutual interests, you can improve your suggestions--and optimize your presence within others’ suggestions--by keeping your profile up to date regarding location, job titles, and interests... Here’s a quick look at the basic functionalities, which can help you connect with other agricultural professionals in a manner that’s convenient, straightforward, and productive...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Apps

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  • Will we see automated drone sprayers in the future?

    By Pat Rogers

    Published Feb 24 

    What is the likelihood that we will see drones spraying commodity value crops like corn and soybeans in the near future? Will this ever be cost effective and efficient enough to replace airplane spraying or even in field sprayers?

    Categories: Corn, Crop Protection, Precision Agriculture

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    What effects will the coronavirus have on ag commodity markets?

    By Steve Hanks

    Published Mar 17, 2020 

    Regarding agricultural commodity markets, what effects do you think COVID-19 will have in the short-term? And, what effects do you predict in the long-term?

    Categories: Ag Policy, Marketing, Agribusiness

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    cover cropping with triticale ,hairy vetch and cow peas late fall?

    By Brady Shortell

    Published Oct 18, 2020 

    Looking at planting triticale with hairy vetch and cow peas for a cover crop next year for a cash crop or corn to be planted late May 2021 using a roller crimper to terminate the cover crop before plant. It’s October 18th, I won’t be able to plant until the 22nd. Night time temps have fluctuated from mid 30s to high 20s no consistency yet. Some nights stay closer to 40. Highs are in the 70s and 80s. Am I too late for any of my covers? Any suggestions on planting rates? Will triticale terminate properly if I follow the method used for Rye, waiting until the entire field is dropping pollen?

    Categories: Organic Specialty Crops, Cover Crops

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    What is the optimal pH for growing crops?

    By Jerry Smith

    Published Mar 10, 2020 

    Categories: Cotton, Peanuts, Cover Crops

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    Has anyone had luck with an electric fence keeping deer off beans

    By Anonymous Member

    Published Dec 8, 2020 

    40 acres of 30” row organic food grade soybeans and the deer ruin about 3 acres around the edge

    Categories: Soybeans

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    What social media platform will take the place of Facebook?

    By Anonymous Member

    Published Jan 12 

    Currently, Facebook is highest social media platform among the Agriculture industry, due to the recent fallout, do you for see the Agriculture industry moving to another platform? If so, which one and why?

    Categories: Marketing

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    I'm looking for an agribusiness writer

    By Marjorie Valin

    Published Jul 30 

    Does anyone know a writer with agribusiness, digital or prescription ag experience? Or an agribusiness expert with writing experience? We're looking for someone to develop content with experience on the agriculture and tech/business side. Please reach out to me here or on Linkedin.

    Categories: Sustainable Agriculture, Precision Agriculture, Agribusiness

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    we Are contract Farmers for crops such as chia seeds.

    By William Bionx Akena

    Published Aug 15 

    Chia seeds are not Listed on the platform,for this super food we are currently doing conventional,but looking for partnership to go organic for tailored markets. for more jetstreamagencies@gmail.com cell/WhatsApp:+256782691445

    Categories: Peanuts, Sorghum, Soybeans

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  • Posted By Brian German
    Jul 5 

    With wildfires already popping up across California, producers are becoming more anxious as insurance companies are canceling or declining policies.

    https://agnetwest.com/growers-struggle-to-find-and-keep-farm-insurance/

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    Posted By Rodney Michael
    Dec 18, 2020 

    Wind powered & vertical... cool.

    https://newatlas.com/environment/yeshealth-nordic-harvest-copenhagen-vertical-farm/

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    Posted By Pat Rogers
    Feb 24 

    https://agfuse.com/question/will-we-see-automated-drone-sprayers-in-the-future
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    Posted By William Vourlas
    May 11, 2020 

    https://agfuse.com/article/wildflowers-as-covercrop-work-with-me-here-people
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    Posted By Cotton News
    Oct 7, 2015 

    With South Carolina's crop harvests already down by 50 percent because of a withering summer drought, this past weekend’s historic rainfall has made an already-bad situation even worse in South Carolina. David DeWitt, Clemson Extension’s area row crop agent for Lee, Sumter and Kershaw counties (cont...)
    http://southeastfarmpress.com/cotton/first-look-south-carolina-crops-heavily-damaged-historic-rains
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    Posted By Rodney Michael
    Aug 1 

    Wife & I spent a few days "glamping" in the North Carolina mountains.. trip was multi-purpose, a respite from the daily grind, and to research & experience Tentrr as an option for our land, and to share the opportunity with clients at Property Empire eXp Real Estate, Treely, and Help For Landowners. From start to finish, we were pleased. The online search & book, condition and opportunities at the property, and the ease of communication with the host and check out. We discussed the experience and possibility of investment.. with a little more thought and research, we are likely to go onboard.

    https://www.tentrr.com/

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    Posted By Ammar Alshami
    Mar 6 

    https://agfuse.com/article/will-a-food-crisis-arise-after-pandemic-crisis

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    Posted By Kosona Chriv
    Oct 7, 2016 

    WISeKey and Indian Potash Limited to set up Cybersecurity/IoT Platform – an Ecosystem Connecting 140 Million Farmers and 200 Companies in India

    WISeKey and Indian Potash Limited announced in Delhi at the India Economic Summit, part of the World Economic Forum, their cooperation to create a WISeKey technology based cybersecurity ecosystem to enable 140 million farmers (WISeFarmers) to tune into digital economy and IoT using the WISeKey Platform from WISeKey India.

    The technology will help in tracing the movement of a bag of fertilizer from factory /port up to the doorstep of the farmer, thus sub serving the larger cause of Direct benefit transfers actively under consideration of the Government of India.

    WISeKey reached an agreement that would result in the localization of WISeKey’s Cybersecurity Platform in India to serve several markets such as IoT, Cybersecurity and Authentication of objects.

    The WISeKey India Joint Venture incorporation and deployment includes the development of a full Root of Trust and Public Key Infrastructure (“PKI”) for WISeKey India including a globally trusted Certification Authority under the “Digital India Vision,” a campaign launched by the Government of India that has taken major initiatives to make the country e-ready by initiating various e-governance implementations across the country like automation of income tax, passport, Company Law, e-procurement and bidding etc. Public Key Infrastructure forms the backbone for all these initiatives.

    The project is aiming to enable the evolution of IPL’s end-user base of 140 million farmers with digital identification for people and objects including the secure connection of over 200 distribution channels into a Trusted Cybersecurity Platform enabling farmer empowerment by inclusive eco-systems. Farmers and distributors will be enabled with the latest Digital Identity and IoT technologies allowing them to be authenticated and allowing them preferential tailor made access to data through a trusted exchange between IPL, farmer’s communities, government entities and private enterprises. This would be done by providing each WISeFarmer with a cryptographic smart card that once connected to their mobile will give them access to secure services provided by IPL adding digital certificates on their chips at the hardware level to encrypt the communication and authenticate the devices.

    Photo: An Indian Horticulture Farmer (Credit: Walmart from Bentonville, USA/Wikimedia Commons CC BY 2.0)
    https://adalidda.net/posts/pfSHQFByjqcSZEdso/wisekey-and-indian-potash-limited-to-set-up-cybersecurity
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    Posted By Morning Farm Report
    Apr 14, 2016 

    With the new Hail Alerts tool, growers get access to field-specific information about hail events, like probability of hail event, event duration and density, and hail size.
    http://www.agrible.com/blog/2016/4//introducing-hail-alerts

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    Posted By Scott Kehler
    Jun 28, 2017 

    Will hailstorms be more common on the Canadian Prairies in the future? That question was posed by atmospheric scientists from Environment and Climate Change Canada and the University of Manitoba in a recent article titled “The changing hail threat over North America in response to anthropogenic climate change” in the journal Nature Climate Change. Check out our latest blog post for our take on the results. https://www.weatherlogics.com/blog/
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