What happens when we
dump liberate astounding amounts of transcultural global climate awareness; then money, time, labor, computation, infrastructure, and hype into something that does not matter? It still doesn’t matter. Published in the journal Plants People Planet (possibly pronounced “trippy”).
… “Understanding photothermal interactions will help expand production range and increase genetic diversity of lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.),” DOI:10.1002/ppp3.10158
“We phenotyped 324 genotypes across nine locations over three years to assess their phenological response to the environment of major lentil production regions and to predict days from sowing to flowering (DTF) using a photothermal model.”
… 1) Some types of lentils grow better than others depending on when and where they are planted, and the weather that year;
… 2) More studies are needed.
Ask a farmer.