The temperature increase leads to unknown plant diseases that attacks and destroy the farmer’s crops. In the town of Palca, farmers have for the first time been forced to use chemicals to make their seeds grow. - There is less water from the glacier and the water flowing is colored yellow and black. Previously, we would expect 80% of a harvest to be successful. Now only 25% of the vegetables are usable, said Maria Balboa Larico. (image by Adrian Øhrn Johansen)
The temperature increase leads to unknown plant diseases that attacks and destroy the farmer’s crops. In the town of Palca, farmers have for the first time been forced to use chemicals to make their seeds grow. - There is less water from the glacier and the water flowing is colored yellow and black. Previously, we would expect 80% of a harvest to be successful. Now only 25% of the vegetables are usable, said Maria Balboa Larico.
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