Winter Wheat Yields in a Warmer Yangtze Delta Plain of China

Winter Wheat Yields in a Warmer Yangtze Delta Plain of China
February 21, 2013

Craig Idso

Dr. Craig D. Idso is the coauthor, with Dr. Robert M. Carter and Dr. S. Fred Singer, of Climate... (read full bio)

How would they likely compare with the region’s winter wheat yields of today? Based on the results of this study, the net effect of several warmth-induced changes induces a mean grain yield increase of 16.3%... Read More

 

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