Contact: Rob Jordan
Caption: America's No. 1 crop could see its prime growing region shift to the Canadian border or its price volatility increase sharply within 30 years. A new Stanford study points to climate change as the cause.
Credit: Doug Wilson, Agricultural Research Service, USDA
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