Agro-biodiversity is needed to adapt to climate change

Agro-biodiversity is needed to adapt to climate change
 

Agrobiodiversity is defined as the variety and variability of animals, plants and organisms used for feed and agriculture.
The continuation of agrobiodiversity is for a large part made possible by indigenous heritage, with local communities worldwide retaining the ancestral knowledge and management of local species. 
However, its care provides benefits to all habitants over the world, such as protection of ecosystems and forests, pest and disease control in cultivars, human health and it is a natural strategy to adapt for climate change.
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9 October 2017 in Environment, Views: 76
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