Temperature rises of 2 degrees centigrade in the UK could pose tobacco whitefly risk to summer outdoor crops

In a 2-4°C warmer world, Bemisia tabaci could pose a risk to outdoor UK crops in July and August a study by Met Office and Defra scientists has found.

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