The recession combined with the poor harvest has caused some grocers to relax their standards on how good fruits and vegetables have to look to be sold.
The soils of the San Joaquin Valley in California have a dirty secret.
Researchers are building vegetable gardens that could one day be used to support colonies on the moon.
In what is considered a crazy plan to slow desertification, countries across Africa are planting a wall of Acacia trees.
Like Ireland's potato in the 19th century, African cassava is under attack from a disease that may put poor farmers at risk to famine.
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