Under the Controlled Substances Act, industrial hemp can't contain more than 0.3 percent THC. But some crops grown recently in Kentucky had THC levels four times that limit, and that's just too dank for hemp.
How do you make a robot that can monitor and work with crops that won't tread on them or have to fly? Maybe Tarzan's the answer.
On the Northwest’s Columbia River, tribes fish for a new prosperity.
Opioid addiction is ravaging America’s farmland, tearing at communities and posing a new threat to families that have worked the same soil for generations.
Thousands of female Romanian farm workers are suffering horrendous abuse.
Some might call it strange, we call it avant-garde.
People in a Republican stronghold in the Central Valley thought a promise to crack down on illegal immigrants was just talk. Now they’re alarmed that it isn’t.
Vertical farming might just be the solution to our agriculture problems — this indoor farm grows greens using a special process called "aeroponics," relying only on air and mist.
"Their preparing for the collapse is what's leading to the collapse," Olivia said, "because they're not doing anything to stop it."
Three fresh food crusaders are building community while keeping Harlem real.
With features such as "minimal fruit transition points," the Oxbo 9120 is the ultimate raspberry harvester machine on the market. We're big fans.
Dozens of the raptors crash White Oak Farms each winter to dine on its fields of pasture-raised poultry. With little recourse, the farmers are racing to adapt.
The fourth-largest dairy producer in Europe has a really crappy problem.
Growing crops in the city, without soil or natural light.
How did a family from Webster City, a bucolic town about 75 miles north of Des Moines and 1,000 miles from the nearest ocean, get the idea to farm fish?
If you thought you were paying fair prices for chicken at the supermarket, think again. Now even a key player doubts their accuracy.
Still juicy and sweet, though.
Even the simplest of corn mazes is awesome. But a corn maze that recreates an iconic work of art when photographed from a hundred feet in the air? That's way better than plucking a Red Delicious from of a tree.
As climate change affects the growth of cranberry crops, modern farmers have turned to technology to keep their businesses going.
For centuries, different varieties of chestnut trees were cultivated around the world. Their nuts could be boiled, roasted, cooked into porridge, ground into flour and used for months to sustain a family. But a certain fungus would soon ruin the party for everyone.
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