Madagascar Rice Harvest Delayed by Climate Change, Express Says

Bloomberg: Climate change will cause a delay in Madagascar’s rice harvest for the third consecutive season, l’Express reported, citing Andry Randrianarivelo, group secretary of the Intensive Ricefarming System. A lack of rain means the crop will be reaped in late January at the earliest, the Antananarivo-based newspaper said. Industry experts have recommended that farmers manage water better and use seeds that take less time to mature, it said. A shortage of rice in the Indian Ocean island nation may......

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