Global: The drop in temperatures is a concern in Europe

Published Apr 18, 2024

Tridge summary

Europe is grappling with unusual climatic conditions, with France and Germany experiencing a sharp temperature decline that threatens early-blooming crops. France is also dealing with a rainfall shortage in some areas and excess in others, while Russia and Ukraine face water deficits harming winter crops. In the United States, Kansas and Oklahoma's winter wheat is impacted by a lack of rain, although the Corn Belt has good sowing conditions. Canada is also at risk of water deficits affecting the planting of spring wheat and canola, highlighting a widespread concern over agricultural impacts due to varying weather patterns.
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Original content

Climatic conditions remain at the center of attention in a large part of Europe. The rapid drop in temperatures in France and Germany raises concerns in particular given the premature development of crops, caused by the mild temperatures recorded at the beginning of April. Rainfall is certainly becoming rarer in part of France, but the east of the country continues to experience excessive accumulations. Winter crops in Russia, however, continue to suffer an increasingly marked water deficit and forecasts do not anticipate significant supplies within two weeks. A lack of precipitation is also starting to be reported in Ukraine. In the United States, winter wheat in Kansas and Oklahoma is also subject to a rain deficit. On the ...
Source: TerreNet
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