AN IMPORTANCE OF VIRUS FREE SEED PRODUCTION SYSTEMS IN GEORGIA

Authors

  • Kakha Nadirazde President of the Association for Farmers Rights Defense, AFRD
  • Nana Phirosmanashvili Executive Director of the Association for Farmers Rights Defense, AFRD

Abstract

Ongoing Climate change and weather constraint’s due to greenhouse-gas emissions is becoming increasingly important as a driver of loss Agrobiodiversity and the degradation of ecosystem services. The continued increase in greenhouse gases not only has profound implications for average temperatures, but also for precipitation, sea-level rise, ocean acidification and the frequency and magnitude of extreme events such as floods, droughts and wildfires.
Future climatic perturbations will inevitably have major consequences for natural and human systems, severely affecting biodiversity and incurring very high socio-economic costs on endemic plants and developing countries are among the most vulnerable Countries list.

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Published

2017-01-21

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Working Group 1: Plant Cultivation and Animal Growing Technologies