...increased their yield by more than half - and helped deepen roots for drought-resistance
On Tuesday, a wicked cold snap, with temperatures dropping below zero, delivered a massive blow to farmers across Brazil's coffee belt, damaging trees and destroying next year's crop, according to Reuters.
At a time when food prices are already rising aggressively, agricultural production in the United States is being absolutely devastated by a drought that many are calling "the worst" in American history.
Canadian farmers in different provinces reported massive damage to their crops as a result of a heatwave in the country.
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Africans have long been told that our agriculture is backward and should be abandoned for a 21st-century version of the Green Revolution that enabled India to feed itself.
Dr Doreen Boyd, a co-author, Rights Lab Associate Director, and Professor of Earth Observation at the University of Nottingham led the ESRC grant that supported this work. She said: "We have demonstrated how remote sensing data enables the identific
To get around that problem, researchers led by Luciana Gatti of the National Institute for Space Research in Sao Jose dos Campos in Brazil used aircraft to collect nearly 600 CO2 and carbon monoxide samples, from 2010 to 2018, at elevations up to 4.5