Ashish Kumar, Pallavi Singhal, Shardulya Shukla and Vivek Kumar Tiwari
The increased concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse effect gases has led to global warming, which has resulted in climate change, increased levels of ultraviolet (UV) radiation and changes in the hydrological cycle, affecting the growth, production and fruit quality, which undoubtedly will be difficult to predict and generalize because the physiological processes of plants are multidimensional. Changing climate refers to a statistically significant variation either the state of climate or in its variability, persisting for an extended period. Its significant change in climate on a global as well as national level will impact horticulture and consequently affect the production systems. This article outlines how green house gasses in the atmosphere affect fruit crops.