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Wheat is threatened by climate change

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Conveniently, the WP doesn't bother mentioning that wheat prices are low or that supply is high. The real world as usual is inconvenient to the agenda.

If you want to know why so many people can't stand the climate alarmists, look at the headline of doom and gloom and then compare to one of the ending paragraphs: Senthold Asseng, a professor of agricultural and biological engineering at the University of Florida and one of the essay typers , also the fact that this study only looked at the effects of temperature. Future climate change is likely to include a wide range of other complex factors, he said, some of which may even positively affect crop cultivation in some parts of the world. Research has suggested that rising carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere, for instance, may enhance the growth of some plants.
Author :          Casey Harbison
Date Posted : 9/13/2017 3:57:13 AM
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