Even without climate change, agriculture is highly sensitive to fluctuations in climate, whether it rains too much or too little, the air is too dry or a certain climate condition causes a pest to migrate on to crops. Climate change will increase fluctuations in the climate system. Seasons may change earlier or later, they may shorten or become too long. Dramatic events, like flooding and droughts will increase in severity. Additionally, there is a potential for increased air pollution, especially in low-lying areas where farms are numerous. All of these changes will greatly effect agriculture.
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