A study in Nature Communications, led by UVM Professor Eric Bishop von Wettberg, demonstrated a promising approach for how to improve the genetics of one of the world's most important and imperiled crops: chickpeas, the primary source of protein for 20 percent of the world's population.
Coffee growing areas in Latin America — the world’s largest coffee-producing region — could decline by as much as 88 percent by 2050 due to global warming.
That’s the key finding of a UVM study in Nature Communications that explores how climate change will impact coffee and bees.
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