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Climate change: Droughts, heavy rain turn Canada’s pumpkin harvest spooky

  • Severe weather caused by climate change has devastated the pumpkin harvest in Canada and the United States.
  • Nova Scotia pumpkin farmer Danny Dill and Alberta pumpkin farmer Mike Williams both experienced the worst harvests in their farming careers due to droughts and heavy rains caused by climate change.
  • Some growers in states like Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado suffered significant losses and decreased yields as a result of the severe weather.
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