Outwitting climate change with a plant ‘dimmer’?

Source: Science Daily

Plants possess molecular mechanisms that prevent them from blooming in winter. Once the cold of winter has passed, they are deactivated. However, if it is still too cold in spring, plants adapt their blooming behavior accordingly. Scientists have discovered genetic changes for this adaptive behavior. In light of the temperature changes resulting from climate change, this may come in useful for securing the production of food in the future.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/03/170316092847.htm