Tracking microclimates could help feed the world

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  • World needs to boost food production to meet demand

  • Tracking minute changes in climate can increase supplies

By Rinat Harash and Ari Rabinovitch

JERUSALEM, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Scientists in Israel have developed a way of using satellite images to help farmers detect small-scale changes in climate and improve their harvests, a method that could bolster food supplies for an increasingly hungry world population.

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