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An organic-farmer friend wrote from Colorado to describe yet another year of blight- and heat-stricken crops due to seriously altered weather patterns that we know have nothing to do with "climate change."  Colorado has highly mineralized soil which, combined with icy winters and brilliant blue skies, once produced fantastic sweet fruit and delicious vegetables.  Aerosol spraying and day after day of white haze, however, have filtered the sunlight so that crops are not thriving.  The organic farmer writes: Today, in the middle of March, the apricot trees are in full bloom, at least one month ahead of schedule.  Temps are in the high 70s, unheard of here in March. The sun is so intense it feels like Tucson, Arizona in June, where I once lived.  Last year my squash plants failed at a young age; the few that survived were covered with a white powder like mildew, and did poorly.  The tomatoes and peppers were sunburned, along with all my watermelon.  Most of my greens shriveled up and died.  My only edible greens were wild dandelions and arugula growing in shady spots.  The bark on the pine trees is burned off on the south side.

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Squash leaves with mildew
Powdery white mildew on squash leaves 

Sunburned tomatoes
Sunburned tomatoes

 Rotting watermelon
Rotting watermelon
 Shriveled beet greens
Shriveled beet greens