Season 2, Episode 13: Climate Correction 2022 – Subtropical Hops: Potential for Climate Change Adaptation – Shinsuke Agehara

Hops, an essential ingredient of beer, are a perennial crop adapted to temperate climates, with more than 90% of production occurring in the Pacific Northwest. Shinsuke Agehara, Professor, University of Florida, shares how they are evaluating the adaptive capacity of hops to Florida’s humid subtropical climate through cultivar selection, breeding, environmental manipulation, and optimization of crop management practices.

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