Australia: Climate change triggers early grape ripening

Indo-Asian News Service: Climate change is causing the early ripening of grapes, latest research shows. Scientists attribute the fruit's ripening to climate warming and a decline in soil water content, based on a comparison of decades of vineyard records. Climate scientist and viticulturist Leanne Webb from the Melbourne's School of Land and Environment said that a detailed study of the underlying causes has been undertaken for the first time, the journal Nature Climate Change reports. "Changes to the timing of......

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