Study Predicts Two Popular American Foods Surprisingly Resilient to Climate Change
The team has now applied their analysis method to carrots, green beans, spinach, strawberries, and sweet corn. The new research, published in Nature Food, is supported by a grant from USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture. The inter-disciplinary research team includes other scientists from the International Food Policy Research Institute, University of Arkansas, University of Illinois, Washington State University and the World Agricultural Economic and Environmental Services. For more information, read this University of Florida blog article.