Aljazeera: Climate change is hurting India’s rice crop

With extreme weather events affecting cropping patterns, growers need to be equipped with new farming methods.

IWMI in the news

In India, floods, droughts, and a lack of access to irrigation infrastructure is making rice farming more difficult. With extreme weather events affecting cropping patterns, Indian growers need to be equipped with new farming methods. IWMI Principal Researcher Aditi Mukherji speaks to Al Jazeera on ways climate change will continue hurting Indian rice cultures if no action is taken.

Read the full article on www.aljazeera.com

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