USDA: 69% of total U.S. winter wheat production currently in drought zones… sharp decline in yields right around the corner

Only 32 percent of the winter wheat crop in the United States received a “good” or “excellent” rating from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), new reports show. While this represents a slight increase of two points compared to a week ago, the figure is far behind 2021’s 53 percent rating, illustrating just how bad America’s … Continue reading USDA: 69% of total U.S. winter wheat production currently in drought zones… sharp decline in yields right around the corner

Global rice production to plunge by 10%, hundreds of millions to be affected

The world’s largest rice-producing countries are having difficulties planting their normal crop this year due to soaring fertilizer prices, which the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) warned could send harvests plunging by as much as 10 percent next season. China, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Vietnam are all struggling to keep up with fertilizer inflation, which on … Continue reading Global rice production to plunge by 10%, hundreds of millions to be affected

Fertilizer plants are shutting down, leaving global food supply on the brink of collapse

The world’s food supply is being systematically deconstructed in the name of fighting the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). Fertilizer plants, we are told, must be shut down because of global warming or the virus or something. Consequently, farmers are increasingly unable to grow food for a hungry planet. As we reported, CF Industries Holdings Inc. is halting operations, supposedly … Continue reading Fertilizer plants are shutting down, leaving global food supply on the brink of collapse

Maine ratifies food sovereignty rights into their state Constitution

Across the Nation, cities, municipalities and even rural towns have routinely voted to keep livestock out of city limits, dictating what people can and cannot raise on their own property. This has led to the persecution of raw milk farmers and other small producers. Some cities have even targeted and fined people for converting their lawns into small self-sustainable … Continue reading Maine ratifies food sovereignty rights into their state Constitution

MEGADROUGHT: Is a new dust bowl on the way?

Much of the Western United States is currently under severe “megadrought” conditions that some speculate could turn into the next dust bowl. Lack of precipitation is causing farmers to be cut off from irrigation supplies, which means no water for crops and eventually no food in the grocery store – not to mention bankruptcies and other associated … Continue reading MEGADROUGHT: Is a new dust bowl on the way?

6 Things to expect when you start a small-scale homestead

Some preppers envision a homestead in a quiet location as their endgame. If you have the same goals, don’t let having a small patch of land stop you. If you wish to start small-scale homestead farming, you must be ready to work hard before you can see good results. Experienced homesteaders know that you don’t need to … Continue reading 6 Things to expect when you start a small-scale homestead

Why is Bill Gates buying up farmland across America?

The fourth richest person in the world and the top financier of the World Health Organization, Bill Gates, has silently become the biggest farmland owner in the United States. The man himself is the farthest thing from a farmer, however. He couldn’t even lift a bale of hay, let alone grip the two strands of bailing … Continue reading Why is Bill Gates buying up farmland across America?

Coronavirus looms over fruit and vegetable growers, threatening yet more disruptions of the food supply

Outbreaks of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are emerging in U.S. fruit and vegetable farms and packing plants, causing officials to worry about further disruptions to America’s food supply. The outbreaks come after thousands of meat plant employees contracted the virus, which led to those plants shutting down. This resulted in shortages of meat in groceries around the country. Workers harvesting … Continue reading Coronavirus looms over fruit and vegetable growers, threatening yet more disruptions of the food supply

As global insect population plunges toward total ecological collapse, the corporate-run media still censors the truth about GMOs and pesticides

For more than a decade, Natural News has been warning the public about the dangers of the use of chemical pesticides and herbicides, and the genetic modification of plants to withstand the onslaught of such chemicals. In return, Natural News – like most members of the independent media – has been vilified, mocked and even censored by the mainstream … Continue reading As global insect population plunges toward total ecological collapse, the corporate-run media still censors the truth about GMOs and pesticides

Scientists: Long history of fertilizer use on land is threatening our water quality today

Imagine you’re driving down a long, straight road through rural farmland. One either side of you are beautiful green farms. The produce being grown on these farms looks healthy and appears to be thriving. Now picture the land beneath those farms as massive sponges. Like all sponges, put enough liquid in and eventually the absorption … Continue reading Scientists: Long history of fertilizer use on land is threatening our water quality today