Climate Change Report Findings Released

Indiana farmers will have to change the types of crops they sow, the timing of plantings and adapt in other ways to the changing climate, that’s according to a Purdue University report. It says the state will likely see heavier rainfall patterns, earlier springs and hotter summers in the decades ahead…leading to more weeds, pests and diseases.

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