Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

BASF director discusses how agriculture will adapt to changing climate

The Southeast Farm Press published an interesting story today based on an interview with BASF director of North American crop protection Luke Bozeman. In the story they discuss how a combination of breeding, new technology, and smart management practices can help farmers adapt to whatever changes are coming to the climate in the future. While the US will be affected, other parts of the world will be more severely affected, and that leads to opportunities for American producers. You can read more here.

Cotton planted into oat residue. Source: USDA ARS