Asia's mountain nations face similar climate risks but political and logistical problems stop information sharing, officials say
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With increasingly erratic weather patterns, it has become urgent for farmers to know when to sow or what seeds to use.
In Asia, the numbers at risk will more than double to 156 million, up from 70 million
To deal with climate pressures, farmers are turning to growing contracts to earn more money and get better seed
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