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grain-producing

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  • Mr. Prokopanko: We've consumed more grain than we have produced in seven of the last 11 years, and the last four years were the top grain-producing years.

    Fertilizer CEO Ready to Steer the Plow Solo

  • "Rainfall deficiency is expected in some areas of northern Uttar Pradesh, but major grain-producing areas, including Punjab, are likely to get good rains," the minister said.

    India Monsoon Rains Seen 2% Above Normal

  • But they disagree on whether plant breeders have actually pushed wheat to its grain-producing limit.

    Wheat Reaches its Limit

  • Oil price increases have occurred for many reasons: drought in many grain-producing countries; biofuels have depleted grain stockpiles; increased demand for oil from Asia's expanding middle class; and the cost of the global industrial agriculture system.

    Back to the 'Old Normal' of Domesticity

  • Underground water supplies have fallen by as much as 30 meters in parts of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas, America's three leading grain-producing states, writes the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

    Peak Water Has Come and Gone Unnoticed

  • The grain-producing farmland that fattens our livestock, powers our cars and sweetens the forty gallons of soda per capita we drink each year is unavailable for the healthy food we should be growing.

    USDA sees a problem, not the solution

  • The argument turns less on economic principles and more on the predicted behavior of grain-producing nations such as France in times of dearth.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • George McGovern a senator from a grain-producing state and his cronies basically set the nutritional standards under which we are still oppressed.

    The Vegetarian Myth | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Export controls are making global food inflation and shortages worse, while acting as a self-imposed penalty on grain-producing nations that could be capitalizing on high prices.

    As Food Becomes The New Oil, Russia Plans To Seize Control

  • A drought in Australia and poor weather in other grain-producing countries has led to forecasts that global wheat stocks will reach 30-year lows this year.

    Wheat the…?

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