Higher food prices may be here to stay
from The Washington Post
Agronomist Roger Elmore suspected trouble in July, when Iowa's cool summer nights didn't get as cool as usual. The evening heat, he knew, could mean a smaller corn harvest at a time when global food markets are so tight that anything less than a bumper U.S. yield can send prices higher. The world now faces a crisis in food prices that has its roots in those warm Iowa evenings.
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