WARO CROP SEEDLING RESEARCH
The scarcity of rainfall and Drought affects our lives in many different ways Drought can reduce both water availability and water quality necessary for productive farms, ranches, and grazing lands, resulting in significant negative direct and indirect economic impacts to the agricultural sector. Drought presents challenges for dairy farmers and can impact their livelihood. Drought can increase the price of feed, water and other farming costs, placing financial and emotional pressure Drought can also contribute to insect outbreaks, increases in wildfire and altered rates of carbon, nutrient, and water cycling—all of which can impact agricultural production, critical ecosystem functions that underpin agricultural systems, and the livelihoods and health of farming communities..
Steps to reproduce
by making distributional and sending our teams to the local country side