The End Of Corn

“The midwestern Corn Belt — which roughly covers parts of Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska and Kansas — will be “unsuitable” for cultivating corn by 2100 if climate change continues on its current trajectory, a new study finds.”

Climate change could spell the end for Midwestern corn, study finds

There are no trends which even remotely support the claims made in this article.

Corn yields, 1961 to 2018

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8 Responses to The End Of Corn

  1. Peter Carroll says:

    A prediction for only 78 years in the future? Phttt!!.
    Justin Penn and Curtis Deutsch, ‘affiliates’ of the University of Washington and Princeton, concluded from their, ecophysiological modeling, that, a mass marine life extinction will occur if global warming is allowed to continue, by the year, 2300!!!
    That’s 278 years in the future. Do I hear 300, 350, 400?

    • Disillusioned says:

      I believe the esteemed popcorn-eating, wine-sipping U.S. Representative and leading climate scientist Alexandria Occasional-Cortex predicted our demise by 2030.

  2. arn says:

    Corn production will for sure take a massive hit as fertilizers are sanctioned and the government is paying farmers to not produce food.
    Now if we combine this with some gain of function virus/bacteria/fungus and the abolition of pesticides and the agenda to depopulate rural areas the corn belt will vanish.

    Of course nothing will change if built back better and the green new deal don’t happen.

  3. Bob G says:

    Iowa had a record high corn crop in 2021. It was also a warm year in the upper Midwest. Corn grows fast in hot humid weather. Apparently City slickers don’t know that.

  4. scott allen says:

    I think this year is going to be different.
    With the war in the Ukraine and Russia blocking the ports, the wheat can’t get out.
    US production of winter wheat is going to be about 8% less, because of a colder and wetter spring, corn/wheat/bean planting is at least two weeks behind.
    We have killed millions of chickens because of avian flu and livestock production is down (because of the high cost of feed), then through in Brandon allowing more ethonal in gas which will drive up the price of corn and less for feed stock.
    California, Nevada, Arizona all in deep trouble as the lakes (Mead/Powell) are running out of water for electricity as they shut down coal and nuclear plants.
    I believe that the world is in for some very rough times ahead. Thanks to liberals/democrats/enviromentalist.

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