This is an article about the Impact of global warming on the yields of strawberry in southern Queensland. Climate plays a key role on the productivity of strawberry. The average daily mean temperature has increased by 2°C over the season on the Sunshine Coast since 1967. The impact of global warming has been less severe on the Granite Belt, with a 1°C increase in the mean temperature. These increases in temperature are associated with a decrease in potential yield of 6 to 12% in the two areas. Further decreases in yield are expected in the next few decades, in the absence of heat-tolerant cultivars or other strategies Introduction Environmental.
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