fact checking CSIRO’s impending food crisis …

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Assumptional science ought to be the heading here, where the story is based on this assumption, that and the other assumption, without any credible attempt to show proof of the assumption. Yep that’s how science is reported and done the CSIRO way nowadays.

Cropping solutions take root focus: avoiding the 2050 food crisis

Written by  Kerry Faulkner
“Climate change is going to have an impact on agricultural production and this is very critical because predictions suggest there is going to be a food crisis by the year 2050"—Dr Palta.“Climate change is going to have an impact on agricultural production and this is very critical because predictions suggest there is going to be a food crisis by the year 2050″—Dr Palta.

MAPPING the response of wheat root systems is part of research aimed at avoiding the global food crisis experts predict will occur by 2050 as crops fail under the strain of future climates with less water, warmer temperatures and increased carbon dioxide.

CSIRO principal research scientist Dr Jairo Palta recently completed the collaborative investigation into the impact of such climates on…

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