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Research has found that potential causes for pollinator losses could be as varied as pesticide exposure, including neonicotinoids found in seed treatments; pests; poor diets; changing farm and hive management practices; limited habitat or forage; and others
Farmers Business Network is the brainchild of Charles Baron, a former program lead of energy innovation and geothermal projects at Google. For $500 a year farmers can contribute to and access FBNâ€™s giant store of farming data that tells them which products and methods deliver the highest yields for a specific crop in a given location
Through the end of 2014, increases in U.S. crude oil and natural gas production served only to offset losses in South Sudan, Libya and parts of Iraq, Felmy said. Now that surpluses from OPEC nations are back online, he added, there would be a 4-5 percent increase in production worldwide.
Produce Perks and Carrot Cash, two programs that help those on food stamps get half-price discounts at farmers markets, just got a big boost. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is granting more than $152,000 to expand the programs in Ohio, with Ohio State University Extension and the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Food Policy Coalition overseeing the program for the entire state.
Through 2014, growth in per capita personal income was notably smaller in states most heavily concentrated in crop production. For example, per capita personal income expanded less than 1.0% in Iowa and South Dakota and declined slightly in Nebraska. These growth rates were significantly weaker than the national average of 3.9% from 2013 to 2014.