Episode 1014  
  • Climate Change & Agriculture Climate Change & Agriculture Increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will affect food production in the future. Scientists say farmers and ranchers will have to deal with increasing temperatures that can alter crop cycles, droughts, threats of wildfire and even the production of hydroelectric power for farming needs.
  • Washington Grain Research Washington Grain ResearchWashington State University created the Dryland Research Station to experiment on improved crop strains and farming practices that allow farmers to grow more with less.
  • Georgia Protecting Water Supplies Georgia Protecting Water Supplies We head for Georgia where new research is underway to more effectively utilize water for agriculture.
  • Florida Less Thirsty Lawns Florida Less Thirsty Lawns Scientists in Florida help plant and develop new strains of grass seed that can grow better and greener with less water and fertilizer.

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