India: Climate change boosts vegetable cultivation

Deccan Herald: A shortage of monsoon showers can adversely impact the state’s agriculture scene. But in these days of climate change where predictions like the monsoon go haywire, vegetable cultivation appears to have succeeded in weathering this, thanks to the copious pre-summer and summer showers. According to scientists at the regional agriculture research station, Pattambi, sufficient summer showers and insufficient monsoon have helped vegetable cultivation across the state. Sufficient quantity of water......

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