Cold comfort from warmer weather

van Zyl, Johann
July 2001
Finance Week;7/13/2001, p37
Reports the need for farmers to adapt and plan weather changes in South Africa. Effects of global warming to agriculture; Impact of climatic changes on crops and resistant cultivars; Lists of solutions for farmers to combat changing weather patterns. INSET: Global warming has wide impact..


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