Imports

A recent Cannonball Jellyfish bloom off the coast of Venezuela is a major concern for the seafood industry that fish those waters.
In response to escalating consumer interest in organic foods, the USDA has launched an initiative to boost domestic production and address increasing reliance on imports.
As warmer, drier weather exacerbates wildfires, agricultural experts warn of potential nitrogen-related issues in fields that need to be managed carefully.
Last year, the U.S. imported almost $430 billion from Canada.
Brazilian agriculture faces hurdles with low rainfall and an approaching heat dome which may cast a shadow over crop production.
Market analysts, including a chief strategist at Allendale. regard the recent, surprising surge in grain exports from Ukraine with cautious optimism.
As spring approaches, farmers in Minnesota face critical decisions regarding their fertilizer strategies. Here are some expert tips from the state’s extension program.
NCBA is poised to seize upon a promising opportunity: bolstering trade relations with the United Kingdom.
American importers are facing surging shipping container costs driven up by ongoing geopolitical tension in the Red Sea area and drought along the Panama Canal.
Throughout the growing season, Mosaic advises farmers to monitor crop nutrition actively. Regular soil testing and plant tissue analysis can help identify any deficiencies or imbalances.
The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture recently released its updated import and export projections, shedding light on the intricate dynamics influencing the agricultural market.
The Center for Biological Diversity launched a map project to reduce pesticide use near endangered species habitats. However, there are some concerns over the accuracy of the maps.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recently unveiled a new herbicide plan, sparking concerns among soybean farmers across the United States.
The European Agriculture Commissioner is proposing a policy shift as farmers continue to protest, suggesting an EU-wide change on rules that limit ag production, saying the current laws raise food security risks.
Ships that previously would have gone through the Suez Canal in Egypt are now being diverted below and around South Africa due to military tensions.
Mark McHargue addresses artificial intelligence in agriculture, the Farm Bill, and the fertilizer supply chain.