Rise In CO2 Could Restrict Growing Days for Crops

Climate News Network: The positive consequences of climate change may not be so positive. Although plants in the colder regions are expected to thrive as average global temperatures rise, even this benefit could be limited. Some tropical regions could lose up to 200 growing days a year, and more than two billion rural people could see their hopes wither on the vine or in the field. Even in temperate zones, there will be limits to extra growth. Plants quicken, blossom and ripen as a response to moisture, warmth and......

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