I have a little bit of knowledge about storm damage, and will say it like it is, (but first this: They want to starve the population of the world off in the name of Covid, but people are not buying it. So in China weather mod was used to destroy crops there, (and it is devastating) and now the U.S. got it's blast. The claim is that a naturally occurring "derecho" swept right through America's prime agricultural regions and destroyed the whole crop. This derecho would have been devastating to corn and wheat. And it was. First I'll post the pictures to show this storm, and then I'll comment on what I think the result will be.
Any wheat destroyed is lost. It will not be possible to harvest wheat that has been knocked down by machine, and it will be too labor intensive to save it by hand. The corn is a different story. I have seen corn get knocked down like this, and it has always lived, it's just laying down. The crop is not lost, but it's going to be hell to harvest that by hand. Any corn destroyed this way will not be cost effective to harvest cleanly in an era of "everything happens automatically" however, it will be possible to at least get the corn off the field and convert it into cattle feed. This represents a probable 70 percent loss of value even if the farmer can get it all.
Also, any time I have seen this happen it is spotty, not everyone's farm gets this badly wrecked. But this was an obvious synthetic storm that was formulated to accomplish an objective. The rules therefore may have changed, the destruction might be complete in a swath 300 miles wide, I don't know if it is, but that storm radar is apocalyptic. This might have destroyed 20-30 percent of America's total harvest, or, more likely (from what I have seen) 15 percent. Certainly the farmers in the most affected areas are doomed.