Unprecedented changes in temperature, soil composition and rainfall are just a few of the problems faced by Australian agriculture in the current climate crisis.

Mango farmers in the Northern Territory are one of the first to bear witness to the harsh changes in climate affect their fruits.

Experts say the way forward is plant breeding, but not without the government easing pressures on farmers.


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