What, When, & Where

This update will not contain any financial market analysis.

As the food supply noose tightens, this report shows one man’s approach to the disruptions as described by Christian at Ice Age Farmer.

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The photo at left was taken today in the early morning at a private garden; located in North Central Texas.

It’s been a mild day thus far at 57-degress, with a slight rain overnight.

The remining droplets of water can be seen on the cauliflower if one looks closely enough.

The brassica looks beautiful but it does not tell the whole story.

It took nearly three years to get the result shown.

Planting this type of cauliflower in Texas during the usual spring season, would later subject the burgeoning plants to a vicious attack from stinkbugs; a well established predator.

The bugs decimated the leaves and then multiplied exponentially to invade other plants in the garden as well as nearby peach trees.

After the bug attack, whatever skeletal remains of cauliflower were left, got incinerated during the Texas summer.

From the get-go, the cauliflower never had a chance.

For sure, this bug smorgasbord did attract natural predators like toads.

But after they gorged themselves on the well available supply, they were content to sit out the summer underneath some other garden plant that had been less susceptible to attack.

The corporate controlled food supply is being destroyed intentionally.

Faulty thinking like “No problem. I’ll just grown my own”, could result in starvation while still in the learning curve.

(to be continued)

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