A publishing company linked to the most powerful agricultural lobby group in the U.S. is releasing children’s books extolling the benefits of pesticides and nitrogen fertilizers.
Scientists pinpoint drought as a likely cause for the abandonment of Greenland's Norse communities.
A certain amount of bacteria is allowed under USDA rules, but companies routinely exceed that—and don’t have to recall their products.
Farms in Georgia were allegedly forcing migrant workers to dig onions for pennies per bucket, sometimes at gunpoint. Now, Rep. David Scott wants to know how they were able to use a legal visa program to do it.
Migrant laborers were allegedly forced to dig onions with their bare hands for pennies per bucket as supervisors threatened them with a gun.
"This is the land of my father and grandfather, but if things continue like this we will have to leave."
The Dudleya succulent is highly sought after because it can be sold overseas for as high as $600,000.
Some have criticized Prince Charles' suggestion that people out of work due to coronavirus sign up for underpaid physical labor.
While some farmers can barely meet the influx of orders, others have been forced to kill tens of thousands of birds.
“China’s agricultural industry has collapsed.”
Malaria Is Devastating Rwanda's Rice Farmers — but the Government Still Won't Commit to This Easy Fix
Rice farmers put food on Rwandans' tables and prop up the economy, but get little help coping with the malaria-carrying mosquitoes in their fields.