Environmental changes lead to more low-quality forage

Jan 24, 2005
Producers are well aware of the environmental changes that have evolved over the past decade or two. But, are producers prepared for future changes to the environment? Agriculture Research Service (ARS) scientists want producers to be aware that the ongoing drought may not be the only difficultly they need to account for in their production operation. These scientists are saying that elevated concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere may reduce forage qual...

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