Southeastern farmers might benefit from climate change

Online Athens: Farmers in Georgia and other southeastern states might actually benefit as the world’s atmosphere heats up in the first part of the 21st century. “I think we’re really in good shape for the long term, compared to some parts of the country,” said University of Georgia agricultural climatologist Pam Knox. “The Southeast is really well positioned for the future in terms of climate change.” Knox and two other climatologists recently interviewed state climatologists across the region to get their......

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