Why Australia's endless summer is bad for trees, fruit, insects – and shops

Why Australia's endless summer is bad for trees, fruit, insects – and shops

28 May 2014
... “False springs” are also being reported in some fruit crops. “With the warm weather [some fruit trees] can start to move, so they might start to swell, or in some cases flower,” Rebecca Darbyshire, a research fellow at the University of Melbourne’s school of land and environment, said.

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The Guardian

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