We can thrive in the changing climate.
Production & yield, pest & disease pressure, food quality, and population are all aspects of food security being affected by climate disruption. According to current projections, the global population will be thirty percent higher in 2050. Because of this and anticipated dietary changes, growers will need to produce fifty percent more food annually by 2050, without expanding the land base. What can you do? Including interviews with some of the world’s top researchers in the field of agriculture, A Farmer’s Guide to Climate Disruption provides insight into how you can thrive in the changing climate by using produce growing methods that stem the tide of climate change while regenerating your land.