As agriculture as an asset class grows in popularity, questions abound about the best strategies to enter the market. However, a confluence of environmental changes are posing potential slowdowns in crop yields worldwide.
How will this impact investment – particularly since farmland is such a hot-ticket item?
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In this exclusive Q&A with Dr. Paul West, Chief Collaboration Officer, Global Landscapes Initiative, at the University of Minnesota, we got the inside track into his research on crop yields, and why agriculture investors should care.
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