MAPP-funded researchers have found a lot of the "drought" impacts on maize in the US are driven by increases in extreme heat rather than decreases in rainfall.
A feature article published online on the Alabama Cooperative Extension System's website describes the Southeast Climate Consortium's role in helping farmers in the Southeast use climate forecasting tools to make better decisions.
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