Watermelon and Climate change

Watermelon is a tropical or subtropical, juicy fruit that is very popular among the global population. It originated in southern africa but has quickly spread around the world. To thrive and grow, the watermelon needs to be planted in temperatures above 77° F. The greatest threat to any watermelon farmer would be a bad planting season due to an irregular climatic condition in the country due to global warming and the release of greenhouse gases. But this challenge can certainly be overcome, with good timing.

Prepared by Leo


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