Crop Damage in US: Insect worries growers across the nation
AP (May 20, 2011) An insect with a voracious appetite, no domestic natural predators and a taste for everything from apples to lima beans has caused millions of dollars in crop damage and may just be getting started. This spring, stink bugs have been seen in 33 states, including every one east of the Mississippi River and as far west as California, Oregon and Washington. There was a tremendously large population went into overwintering in fall 2010. So, if they survived, there could be a very large population emerging in the spring. “This is the worst, probably, that I’ve dealt with in 25 years,” said Haas, the owner of the family-run orchard in PA. “The damage they do to fruit is horrendous.” Damaged fruit is safe to eat, but the blemishes drastically reduce prices. Growers, for example, get about $3 a bushel for apples sold cider, compared with $30 per bushel for the best, pick-your-own apples.
END TIMES TRUTH
Deuteronomy 28:42 “Whirring insects will take possession of all your trees and your land’s produce.”
Growers cannot halt the insects that do crop damage without poisoning their underground water supplies and poisoning their crops. As the weather and other natural phenomena, as well as insect problems worsen, note that even the news media reporters will be puzzled at what’s coming upon this planet. They will do so by the looks upon their faces and the comments they make in puzzlement of continuous terrors and plagues like those of ancient Egypt. This will soon be a global crisis. Eventually, the entire planet will be made to know all comes from Father’s anger.