Coffee in Colombia and Brazil at risk from new weather conditions

A scientific study published in the journal PLOS One (January 26, 2022) shows models and forecasts on the effects of weather variations in the main growing areas of coffee, cashew nuts, and avocados.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Coffee, cashew nuts, and avocados are important crops for many farmers in tropical areas around the world and are highly valued products for consumers. Alterations in temperature and humidity conditions in these areas could force plantations to be moved to regions or altitudes that maintain the optimum conditions for this agriculture.

A scientific study published in the journal PLOS One (January 26, 2022) shows models and forecasts on the effects of weather . . .

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