It is often difficult to know just what is factual information and what is speculation or wishful thinking. We all know this, especially those who trade commodity markets. So I find myself agreeing with Antifreeze that some confirmation of actual frost damage is necessary to confirm that yields may be lower. But even the unconfirmed scare adds spice to the market, no? Climate change does not always mean hotter temperatures. The loss of sea ice off the western side of Antarctica will have some weather effects. What they will be remains to be seen.