African Swine Fever Is In the Americas

What measures are being taken to ensure the destructive virus doesn’t hit mainland North America?

Dan Nosowitz
October 22, 2021
Why Global Food Prices Continue to Climb

An expert explains how fuel prices, bad weather, the COVID-19 pandemic and other factors are... (more)

Alastair Smith
October 19, 2021
More Than 10,000 John Deere Employees Go on Strike

The company will use nonunion workers to keep operations going while union workers from 14... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
October 14, 2021
USDA Clashes With Europe’s Environmental Protection Plans

The EU’s Farm to Fork Strategy aims to make food systems fair and healthy while... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
October 13, 2021
Farmers of Color Still Awaiting Promised Debt Relief

After 13 lawsuits, the Emergency Relief for Farmers of Color Act appears to have stalled.

Dan Nosowitz
October 13, 2021
What Is Cold Plasma and How Can It Be Used in Agriculture?

Researchers are getting excited about the fourth state of matter and its potential as a... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
October 7, 2021
USDA Rolling Out New Insurance Policies for Small Farmers

Starting in 2022, ‘micro farms’ will be able to access expanded insurance coverage across the... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
October 6, 2021
Scientists Receive $25 Million to Learn to Talk With Plants

Researchers from several universities are banding together to launch a center to study plant communication.

Dan Nosowitz
October 6, 2021
New Ransomware Attacks on Agriculture Beg the Question: Is the Industry Secure?

The attacks won’t likely cause massive problems, but they could be a warning sign.

Dan Nosowitz
October 1, 2021