All those tons of sulfer in the air this time of year just make for a better crop next year? Will it screw with the weather? Mess with the ocean?
Some think a few hundred tons of difference by humans will change the out come? Also one in Japan adding to the totals. My farms could use ten pounds to the acre.
BTW 60,000 tons is 2400 semi loads, that's a whole weeks worth of corn for Ray J. Or put another way that is 2,142,857 bu of corn, then tomorrow do it all over again.