28 Jan '12, 3pm

Climate change gives gardeners new options

Climate change gives gardeners new options

Still, many farmers and gardeners say they already have all the evidence they need. "If you want to look at what might be the most politically correct thing, you can say 'something's happening,'" Charlie Nardozzi, a gardening consultant in Vermont, tells USA Today. "But the climate is changing. Spring is coming sooner and lasting longer. Fall lasts longer, and overall the weather is so much more erratic now." And George Ball, chairman and CEO of the W. Atlee Burpee seed company, tells the AP that climate change "is not big news to gardeners."

Full article: http://www.mnn.com/your-home/organic-farming-gardening/bl...

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