Darragh McCullough: Why water will be the new carbon as ecowars intensify

It’s pouring outside as I write. Proper monsoon rain. The forecast has warned of occasional thunderstorms for weeks, but few, if any, have ever happened.

o the land is parched. In the last month, grass growth has slowed down to around 22 kg DM/ha/day, which is less than half of the target. As of this writing, it looks like our annual grass growth on the farm could be even lower than during the last severe drought of 2018.

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