This basement in Manhattan is home to something unusual: a hydroponic farm. Run by a startup, it supplies elegant New York City restaurants with fresh herbs, greens and edible flowers. Are underground farms the wave of the future?
The discovery at a 14,500-year-old site in Jordan shows that bread is at least 5,000 years older than previously thought. Scientists had thought that bread was not invented until after humans began farming.
Farmers in northern Chile, one of the driest regions in the world, are learning to adapt to drought after discovering a new source of water — fog-catching nets.
While in many countries, pigs are brought up in confined spaces, Serbia has a long tradition of rearing the animals in the forest. Efforts are underway to ensure this ecologically friendly tradition doesn't die out.
When the weather is erratic, businesses and people in the agricultural sector take the hit. How can risks to their livelihoods be minimized?
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