Part of the challenge is that outside of agriculture circles, agriculture and innovation aren’t routinely talked about in tandem, particularly in the context of delivering broader public benefits.
Agricultural innovations also have a very important role to play in both mitigating and helping farmers not just survive, but also thrive in the face of the impacts of climate change on our various food, feed, and fibre production systems, writes Trevor Heck. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
In the global discussion on climate change, agricultural innovation is a vital part of the solution.
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