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Study warns of the effect of increased rainfall on wheat production as climate changes

A new international study looks at how climate change could affect rainfall and, consequently, the global food supply. Patterns of increased rainfall could emerge as early as the 2020s, the study warns.

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France, Australia and Turkey – three of the world's top 15 wheat producers – could see 26%, 28% and 88% respectively of their wheat growing land affected by reduced rainfall caused by climate change, a university study suggests.


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