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Shorter, hotter, earlier: Shrinking spring slashes Pakistani harvests
by Saleem Shaikh and Sughra Tunio
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21 May 2018
On 21 May 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Pakistan's farmers are struggling to bring in a harvest as the country's weather patterns change as a result of climate change. Warm spring weather, now coming as early as March, has led to fruit trees flowering before bees arrive to pollinate them, for instance, or fruit and vegetables ripening at unusual times. Farmer Muntazir Khan has seen his harvest of beets and tomatoes fall by 40 percent this year on his 3-acre family farm in Taxila, about 35 kms (22 miles) from Islamabad, despite planting seeds on time and applying the right fertiliser. ... The problem, the farmers agree, is that spring is getting shorter, hotter, and earlier.
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