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Sustainable agriculture
Nature Food (2024)
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Crop migration driven by climate change can exacerbate environmental pressures. Addressing the technical and socioeconomic challenges that hinder widespread adoption of sustainable practices is crucial for realizing climate-smart agriculture.
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Shu Kee Lam
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The authors acknowledge support from the Australian Research Council’s Industrial Transformation Research Program funding scheme (IH200100023).
ARC Research Hub for Smart Fertilisers, School of Agriculture, Food and Ecosystem Sciences, the University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia
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