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LONDON – A study published in Industrial Crops and Products looked at how climate change might affect cotton farming in China, specifically how the timing of planting cotton seeds could impact yields.

Researchers used a computer model called AquaCrop for their calculations. They used data from 27 different climate models to predict what the climate might be like in China’s main cotton-growing areas in the future, specifically from 2021 to 2060 and from 2061 to 2100.

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