farm update

a small family does natural farming down a Philippine village by the sea

La Niña

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Since last year we had El Niño, the weather bureau had predicted that this year, there will be no summer. Or it will be a wet summer, owing to the sister phenomenon called La Niña. After a long period of drought it just follows that there will be a long period of rain. Just one of the effects of climate change.

La Niña only hit my place  yesterday.  There was mild rain all day yesterday, and by midday today its pouring again. We’ve been bone dry since January. Last Saturday Ben was complaining the plants are not being watered enough, we are that dry aggravated by the cold amihan.  Well not today. We are wet, finally. For how long, I can’t tell.

If there is one thing I’ve learned with this climate change, is that it is as erratic as a woman’s mind while shopping.

Written by Veni

March 28, 2011 at 1:35 pm

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  1. one thing we learned with climate change…it pays to listen to be prepared and that natural farms are equipped.

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    solraya

    May 17, 2011 at 12:19 pm


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