Global warming may eat up $200 billion crops globally by 2050: Study
Global warming may eat up $200 billion crops globally by 2050: Study

A whopping USD 200 billion worth of wheat, rice and maize crops could be lost by 2050 globally if the issues arising from global warming are not addressed on a war-footing, an independent study on the impact of climate change on crop yields has warned.

Climate change to reduce crop yields much sooner than thought: Study

A new study suggests that climate change will adversely affect the crop yields around the globe much sooner than previously thought.

Current global food production trajectory won`t meet 2050 needs: Study

Crop yields worldwide are not increasing quickly enough to support estimated global needs in 2050, according to a study.

Ants have positive impact on crop yields

Ants and termites have positive impact on crop yields in dryland agriculture.