Seed and fertilizer are just a few of the products whose costs have risen because of ongoing supply chain problems.
Exports are delayed for key crops like walnuts, many of which are grown for overseas customers.
The Woolf ranch in California’s Central Valley is scaling down its almond orchards to focus on less water-intensive crops, like tomatoes.
The new baseline temperatures are a reflection of climate change.
Green Party Mayor Grégory Doucet says adopting a single meatless menu helps to make social distancing easier during COVID-19.
Weird weather, growing Chinese demand, locusts in Africa and, of course, COVID are driving the surge in prices.
And those hits ripple through to grocery stores, where there are still some limits on buying things like milk and eggs.
COVID-19 killed demand for many farm products. But with vaccine rollouts and consumers venturing out again, will that turn around?
States that rely heavily on the in-person service sector are still facing high unemployment, while farm states are seeing lower jobless rates.
The USMCA trade agreement has not relieved their concerns about Mexican imports. The situation is dire, a Georgia blueberry farmer says.