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Hannah Ritchie and Max Roser published a research paper about how crop yelds changed over the long-term. This article was substantially revisioned in 2019, because in his first version covered aspects of agricultural land use. In the chart up here we have plotted average corn (maize) yields in the United...
With recent federal regulations in the United States recognizing industrial hemp as an agricultural product, farmers have gained considerable interest in the crop. For hemp growers, the cost of seed is a large expense and seeds must be planted under optimum agronomic conditions. Great Plains has developed specially-designed hemp seed...
When harvesting grass silage, every farm manager wants to obtain the highest possible forage quality to increase profits. Agricultural machinery manufacturer PÖTTINGER clearly focuses on precisely this requirement when developing its machines. One of the main factors influencing feed quality is the theoretical chopped length. This is exactly where...
There really are two different Americas: the heartland, and the coasts. Driving through the farmlands of Iowa looking for fresh food to eat is a lot like sailing through the ocean looking for fresh water to drink. In the ocean, you're surrounded by water that you can't drink; in Iowa,...

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