Spreading human feces on agricultural fields is common practice.
Researchers have identified 139 U.S. counties where crops could suffer most from the declining population.
If the people lead, hopefully the so-called leaders will follow.
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.
Wild birds that spread the virus will very likely carry it when they begin migrating south in the fall.
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.
Americans enjoy cheap food thanks to the poor treatment of agricultural workers.
The top cocoa-growing countries in West Africa have not been hit by Ebola yet, but they are already worried.
The fisher, a rare mammal the size of a cat, is at risk from eating poisoned rats on pot farms