Farmers bear brunt of climate change

NewsDay: Farmers across the country have been caught in a catch-22 situation as the summer agricultural season continues to change. Most farmers said in recent years, the decision when to plant has increasingly become a nightmare. “Traditionally farmers start to plant their seeds in late October, but these years the seasons seem to have changed and the rains are starting to fall regularly in December. Crops which would have been planted in November will wilt because of the dry spell,” said Aaron Hombe,......

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