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Bomar
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 Re:

I live in Oklahoma City.

We had a drought last year.

This year we're about 1 foot up for where we need to be...

all the lakes and ponds are filled back up.

 2007/6/12 19:10Profile
ginnyrose
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Joined: 2004/7/7
Posts: 7497
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 Re:

Awesome! Thanks for posting this testimony, dohzman.

ginnyrose


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Sandra Miller

 2007/6/15 0:14Profile









 Re: Meterologist

I didn't know when or where to post this link.

I've always been a sky watcher since I was wittle.

Became a weather person in the AF/ANG.

Thought some may find perusing this Meterologist's Site a bit interesting, though it doesn't cover quite everything of how weather is affected by technology .......... I just don't like to see GOD being blamed for what He has allowed man to do in these days.
He says that "He's returning to destroy those who are destroying the earth". Yup, through technology and biologicals.

I believe with all I've looked into all these years, that most of what Jesus said would be part of "those days" are man-made.
I reckon if I can prove it, than I can believe it.


From one sky watcher to another ~

http://www.weatherwars.info/bio.htm


When GOD takes His Hand off and allows man to continue what they started way back in Babel then "nothing shall be impossible unto them."

Look up, for your redemption drawth nigh or just "heads up".

 2007/7/18 19:28









  Crop Production 2007

don't mean to nay say, or to step on what direction the Lord is leading a brother, but:

This is the Wheat Crop in the US

Crop
Production

National Agricultural Statistics Service
USDA
Washington, D.C.


Released July 12, 2007, by the National Agricultural Statistics
Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of
Agriculture. For information on "Crop Production" call (202)
720-2127, office hours 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET.



Winter Wheat Production Down 3 Percent from June Forecast
Durum Wheat Production Up 47 Percent from 2006
Other Spring Wheat Production Up 8 Percent from 2006
All Orange Production Up 3 Percent from June



Winter wheat production is forecast at 1.56 billion bushels. This
is down 3 percent from last month but 20 percent above 2006. The
U.S. yield is forecast at 41.6 bushels per acre, down 1.6 bushels
from last month and down 0.1 bushel from last year. The area
expected to be harvested for grain totals 37.6 million acres,
unchanged from the Acreage report released on June 29, 2007 but
up 21 percent from last year.

Hard Red Winter, at 964 million bushels, is down 7 percent from a
month ago. Soft Red Winter, at 364 million bushels, is up
7 percent from the last forecast. White Winter is down 1 percent
from last month and now totals 235 million bushels. Of this total,
18.1 million bushels are Hard White and 216 million bushels are
Soft White.



Durum wheat production is forecast at 78.7 million bushels, up
47 percent from 2006. The U.S. yield is forecast at 36.4 bushels
per acre, 6.9 bushels above last year. Expected area to be
harvested for grain totals 2.16 million acres, unchanged from the
Acreage report released on June 29, 2007 but up 19 percent from
last year.



Other Spring wheat production is forecast at 498 million
bushels, 8 percent above 2006. The expected area to be harvested
for grain totals 12.7 million acres, unchanged from the Acreage
report released on June 29, 2007 but down 8 percent from last year.
The U.S. yield is forecast at 39.1 bushels per acre, up 5.9 bushels
from 2006. Of the total production, 471 million bushels are Hard
Red Spring wheat, up 9 percent from last year.

Here's the condition of the corn crop as of 16 July

Corn: Crop Condition by Percent,
Selected States,
Week Ending Jul 15, 2007
--------------------------------------
State : VP : P : F : G : EX
--------------------------------------
: Percent
:
CO : 1 1 7 62 29
IL : 1 4 16 51 28
IN : 7 15 35 37 6
IA : 3 7 27 48 15
KS : 2 7 20 53 18
KY : 9 10 25 36 20
MI : 8 20 26 39 7
MN : 7 12 31 39 11
MO : 2 6 26 49 17
NE : 1 3 22 48 26
NC : 10 18 33 33 6
ND : 2 3 14 63 18
OH : 8 19 34 32 7
PA : 12 8 24 42 14
SD : 1 4 17 58 20
TN : 17 26 37 20 0
TX : 2 6 18 48 26
WI : 2 8 22 48 20
:
18 Sts : 4 8 24 46 18
:
Prev Wk : 3 6 21 51 19
Prev Yr : 4 8 26 46 16
--------------------------------------

"Ex" stands for excellent, "G" good, etc.

all these statistics are available thru the National Agricultural Statistics Service of the USDA.

God willing, as projected, the U.S. will probably harvest an all time record corn crop, somewhere in the 11 to 13 BILLION bushel range, as we planted a record number of acres, and the soybean crop isn't doing bad either. My prayers do go out to farmers in areas who are experiencing drought.

[url=http://www.nass.usda.gov/index.asp]NASS[/url]

 2007/7/18 23:47





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