Looming La Niña could mean colder and wetter than normal in the northern U.S. and drier than usual in the south.
Use cool tools to find out how your production methods may change in the future, how much your area is at risk, and how to limit your own impact on the climate.
California offers farmers grants to improve soil health; new program is funded by cap-and-trade auction revenue.
Projects designed to develop new approaches to mitigate effects of changing growing environment.
Federal grant to aid exploration of food security solutions for the future.
While warming trend has been a part of past few seasons, the vineyard is incorporating new technologies to grape growing versus altering production techniques.
The warming temperatures in the Pacific Northwest are well-suited for red winegrape production, but other changes in viticulture practices must be made.
A new study has mapped the close correlation between maize’s response to altitude and flowering triggers. Understanding how […]
For the third time in three years, the heat gets turned up on surface temperature statistics.
Near all-time records in average temperature and costly climate-related disasters make a strong case for dubious distinction.
Studies indicate that soils will typically respond strongly to increasing temperature by releasing more carbon dioxide.
So far, 2016 is the second-warmest year-to-date in 122 years.
Extreme cold, droughts, flooding, record-setting temperatures have all been a part of this year’s growing season.
Hydrologist says this year’s conditions are bad but are part of a typical water cycle.
The extended heat wave continues a streak of 11 consecutive months of record-setting temperatures.
In any situation, proactivity pays. We can wait for the sky to fall, or we can sing in the rain.
Scientists at Cornell University say ‘nightmare scenario’ for many growers going to be the norm if steps aren’t taken to stop global warming.