Rising temperatures blamed on climate change could devastate the country’s agricultural industry within the next century, costing farmers to battle new pests, faster-growing weeds and smaller crop yields.
CALS Research, NCSU's insight:
The USDA Office of the Chief Economist has issued two reports -- one for agriculture, one for forestry -- outlining climate change threats and strategies for adapting agriculture to the alterations in the growing climate. A link to the full report, "Agricultural Adaptation to a Changing Climate: Economic and Environmental Implications Vary by Region" (July 2012), appears in the story.
The report is from the Economic Research Service, part of USDA and is ERS Report Number 136.
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