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Analysts predict climate impact on vegetable crops

Issue Date: May 19, 2021
By Bob Johnson

Warmer temperatures could make some key growing areas of the Central Valley too hot for tomatoes in the summer by the middle of the century, leaving ideal temperatures only during periods of the spring and fall that would be too short to produce a crop, according to analysis by a team of University of California researchers.

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