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RE: We can fix the insanity of climate change, but should we?

I haven't heard of a plan to reduce nitrogen in the soil. In my experience, when farmers are 'paid not to grow' it is because there is a surplus of the crop and they want to keep the price of that crop at a certain level.


That is how it began, but now they are paying during a shortage situation, because there is no way to distribute the produce anyway.

With the fertilizer cost increases, farmers don't mind being paid not to plant a crop they can't afford to plant anyway!

The nitrogen reduction is a small portion of the climate accords. The Netherlands will be destroyed...first of many.

The resources are here, just politically tanked; and innocent people will die!


Fertilizer costs are high because China put a ban on exports of potash because they need it internally. Russia has the largest deposit of potash and they are likely selling it to China at the moment. Saskatchewan has the next biggest deposit. The potash barons are pleased with the high demand because the price goes way up. Just like with oil, the potash cartels increase and decrease production as they choose. The last time potash was priced this high, people starved because they could not afford to buy fertilizer to grow their crops.

I don't understand this nitrogen reduction. All anyone would need to do is grow a crop of legumes to fix nitrogen in the soil. ??? Why are they reducing nitrogen?

Planting legumes is bad, according to fools out in Europe, based on the climate accords. They want the Netherlands to be one big housing project!

If you limit soil nitrogen, crops fail...and innocent people die...perfect climate accords results....