Untapped crop data from Africa predicts corn peril if temperatures rise
This is an experimental maize field managed by CIMMYT in Kiboko, Kenya. Credit: Photo by David Lobell, Stanford University A hidden trove of historical crop yield data from Africa shows that corn - long believed to tolerate hot temperatures - is a likely victim of global warming.
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#1 Mar 13, 2011
wide glass pipe from jungle rains to deserts fill pipes with water by standing next to them in the rain-----use solar power to turn pipes into vacums move teh water by taking air out of the lines
ufo terform 1+1=2 math
move farms out of the forest sid bad around the frogs =2
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