As the fervor over many controversial ag topics thaws, climate change seems to be getting catapulted to the lead of the social discussion.
There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach to crop production and farming success, especially when the climate and individual weather events are involved. So it’s with great interest that the University of Minnesota, in partnership with researchers from the University of Oxford and the University of Copenhagen, used weather and reported crop data to evaluate […]
The Green New Deal calls on the U.S. to take a leading role in reducing emissions but farmers are already well ahead of this curve.
The 2018 World Resources Report “Creating a Sustainable Food Future” outlines projections offering both promise and peril for those in agriculture.
University of Illinois scientists now have a new tool to predict the future effects of climate change on crop yields. Researchers are attempting to bridge two types of computational crop models to become more reliable predictors of crop production in the U.S. Corn Belt. “One class of crop models is agronomy-based and the other is […]