The state of North Korea's health problems have been highlighted by the defection of one soldier to the south.
The royal ceremony is an ancient Brahminical rite that heralds the start of the new rice-growing season.
Trump won nearly two-thirds of the rural vote in November, with big agricultural states including Iowa, Nebraska, Ohio and Indiana all lining up for the Republican.
The world is running out of clean, drinkable water.
Soil health and biodiversity get far less attention compared to the focus on pesticides and synthetic fertilizer.
Twitter has erupted with theories and memes, but Google says there is a simple explanation.
Agriculture has made major impact on animals, birds, fish and plants in last 40 years.
The suicide rate for men in the farming, fishing and forestry industries in certain states is higher than that of veterans, two unrelated reports indicate.
A study shows that developing nations are the most vulnerable to damage from invasive species, and countries at the center of global trade are the most responsible for the spread of the pests.
Research shows that nitrogen builds up in agricultural soils for decades and poses a longer-term threat than previously known.
Spreading human feces on agricultural fields is common practice.
If we keep farming like we’ve been for the past century, we’ll end up with millions starving and a planet denuded of trees.
As demand for tobacco diminishes, the state’s farmers are turning to growing cannabis—but not the kind you smoke.
Farmers are frustrated by the state’s response.
The findings could help control the pernicious beetles.
Thirsty crops like cotton in parched states like Arizona are misdirecting our scarce water supplies.
In the last year, U.S. beekeepers lost more than 40 percent of their hives.
Farmers would be protected from potentially deeper cuts if they opt into the voluntary program.
Scientists don’t yet know why more bees are now dying in the summer.