With long-awaited federal regulations, farmers can begin growing hemp without fear of retribution from banks, insurance companies and local authorities.
How and why to support local farmers, what products to buy and how to celebrate National Farmers' Day 2019.
Chlorpyrifos is a widely used chemical product used on a variety of crops such as soya beans, alfafa, citrus, almonds, cotton, grapes and walnuts.
More than 3,000 quails, 1,000 chukars and 100 chickens died in the blaze in Greenup County, Kentucky.
"You know, the trade deal, I trust him to do the right thing for everybody," Randy Sowers said.
The campaign against undocumented laborers escalated to its most severe crackdown in over a decade when federal agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raided five poultry processing facilities in Mississippi last week.
Chistopher Gribbs from Ohio said that soybean prices have taken a big hit due to Trump's trade war with China.
People eat as much as they can afford despite it killing the planet—the "meat paradox."
"The environment is currently one of the major battlefields over the shape of the global economy, on a par with armed conflicts and calls for urgent and immediate action," one expert told Newsweek.
Scientists have identified genetically inherited gut microbes that regulate how much methane a cow produces.
A comprehensive climate policy could create new livelihoods for rural Americans and farmers suffering under Trump administration policies.
"Such temporary solutions are not sufficient to address the permanent damage the trade war has inflicted on agricultural export markets."
The president is escalating his trade war with China and says he will raise tariffs, but farmers under pressure are voicing concerns, according to Republican senators.
Harvesting urine would mean India could become more independent from imports of urea, Minister Nitin Gadkari said.
An estimated 10 percent of the global population was wiped out.
The duel for economic superiority between Beijing and Washington D.C. has cost each country $2.9 billion a year.
The recall was classified as Class I, where using the product could cause "serious, adverse health consequences or death."
"We see a distinctive pattern of the wet land areas of the world getting wetter...and the dry areas in between getting dryer."
Ten thousand years ago, farmers set this legume up for a fall.
Between 25 and 41 percent of nitrogen oxide is emanating from agricultural lands in California.
Japanese farmers created the new fruit using a centuries-old method.