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This book collects the findings of a group of scientists and economists who have taken stock of climate change impacts on food and agriculture at global and regional levels over the past two decades.

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Rapid population and economic growth are destroying biological diversity—especially in the tropics. This was reported by a research team led by the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) and the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) in Nature Ecology & Evolution.

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Tomato plants emit an aroma to resist the attacks of bacteria.

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Experts in Chile created an intelligent system to know in real time everything related to the flow of rivers, the snow available in the Andes, the state of the ground water (underground layers of water) and local temperatures.

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Farmers spend a lot of time and money controlling weeds and other pests, and often have to turn to chemical fumigants to keep the most destructive pests at bay. Farmers also wrestle with what to do with low-value byproducts of crop production, such as skin, seeds and hulls from fruit, vegetable and nut processing.

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Speech-based conversational interfaces have several potential benefits for farmers and the ICTforAg professionals who support them: