Archaeologists replicate ancient corn harvests.
Using experimental gardens and historic climate data, archaeologists are able to predict the size of past corn harvests, providing new insights into how big droughts affected ancient people's food security.
Credits: Field recording and production assistance by Austin Cope and Kellie Pettyjohn. The music and sound effects in this episode are licensed under Creative Commons. Music by Ketsa, Lobo Loco, Kai Engel. Sparkle sound by Sought After Sounds.