Researchers with the University of Florida Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) are closer to helping producers better meet global food demand, now that they’ve combined simulation and statistical methods to help them predict how temperature affects wheat crops worldwide.
A global team of scientists, led by researchers at IFAS, used two different simulation methods and one statistical method to predict the impact of rising temperatures on global wheat production, an
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