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FOOD COLLAPSE: German farmers in despair as field mice strip bare arable land

https://naturalnews.com/2020-08-14-german-farmers-despair-field-mice-decimate-crops.html

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More than half the world's agricultural land is at risk of pesticide pollution, experts warn

https://naturalnews.com/2021-04-20-over-half-global-arable-land-pesticide-pollution.html

Asia had the largest land area at high risk, with China accounting for more than half. ... On the other hand, agricultural land across Oceania showed the lowest risk of pesticide pollution. "...

As "second phase" of war commences in Ukraine, one-third of its farmland expected to go unplanted

https://naturalnews.com/2022-04-21-war-causes-ukraine-farmland-to-go-unplanted.html

Back in March, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged farmers throughout the country to sow as many fields as possible in order to protect the country’s food supply. ... “Ukraine is a top producing grains country and what this may spell next is a worldwide food crisis.” "...

As "second phase" of war commences in Ukraine, one-third of its farmland expected to go unplanted

http://naturalnews.com/2022-04-21-war-causes-ukraine-farmland-to-go-unplanted.html

(Natural News ) The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has released a new report warning that as much as one.third of all arable land in Ukraine will probably go unplanted this season amid the “second phase” of the Russian invasion. ... Back in March, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged farmers throughout the country to sow as many fields as possible in order to protect the country’s food supply. "...

How to increase your yield of "Spunta" potatoes

https://naturalnews.com/2018-09-26-how-to-increase-your-yield-of-spunta-potatoes.html

Given the limited amount of arable land, improving the yield of the food crop is important. ... Using irrigation water with the right characteristics will improve the effectiveness of preparing the field for planting potatoes. "...

Peasants in China ordered to clear forests to grow emergency grain supplies in anticipation of global famine

https://naturalnews.com/2022-03-22-chinese-peasants-ordered-clear-forests-for-crops.html

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Homesteading 101: How to set up a farm in your bug-out location

https://naturalnews.com/2020-12-17-homesteading-how-prep-farm-bug-out-location.html

A secure hideout also needs arable land so you can grow crops to provide for your family in a post-SHTF world. ... Does your property have arable land? Do you have access to clean water for your garden and various needs? "...

Demand For Food and Fuel Destroys Forests

https://naturalnews.com/025255_food_fuel_tropical_forests.html

Only about 200 million hectares (500 million acres) of unused arable land are currently available outside of tropical forests. ... The United Nations estimates that there are only 1.4 billion hectares of arable land and 3.4 billion hectares of pasture on the planet. "...

Can we feed the world organically? With some changes to the system, researchers say yes

https://naturalnews.com/2017-11-25-can-we-feed-the-world-organically-with-some-changes-to-the-system-researchers-say-yes.html

For example, reducing the amount of arable land that is used to grow animal feed and the drop in livestock and animal-based products that goes along with it could help quite a bit as people consume less meat – something that would also have positive effects on human health. ... Then, they factored in the effects of the two aforementioned changes – food waste reduction and a reduction the arable land used for growing animal feed – to discover that such a transition ...

Adding silicate rocks to farmland could restore soil, protect against pests and disease, and capture CO2, improving global food security

https://naturalnews.com/2018-08-02-adding-silicate-rocks-to-farmland-could-restore-soil-protect-against-pests-and-disease.html

But arable land will benefit the most due to the regularity with which it is worked. Ten percent of the planet’s land area counts as arable land. That’s nearly 8.7 million square miles (14 million square kilometers) of fertile soil. "...

How animal agriculture impacts the environment

https://naturalnews.com/048976_vegan_diet_C02_livestock.html

Animal farming uses up an enormous amount of arable land, with 45% of the earth's total dry land covered, as it were, in livestock. ... In addition, arable land is used up and forests are hacked down to make more space for cattle farms. "...

Beijing air pollution now 800% higher than WHO limits

https://naturalnews.com/044068_air_pollution_Beijing_limits.html

With arable land area the size of Belgium now lost, not to mention Beijing having experienced its worst air pollution "storm" on record back in January, it is no wonder that China is constantly in the news for selling and exporting polluted food. According to the Chinese government, the country needs at least 120 million hectares of arable land to meet its food needs, an amount that it is now barely achieving. "...

Nearly one-third of global agricultural land at high risk of pesticide pollution, study reveals

https://naturalnews.com/2021-04-01-pesticide-pollution-threatens-global-farmland.html

Global farmland at risk of pesticide pollution To determine just how much of the world’s arable land is in danger of pesticide pollution, a team of researchers from the University of Sydney modeled pollution risk across 168 countries with data on the usage of 92 chemicals commonly used in pesticides and found widespread global pesticide pollution risk. ... About 4.9 million square kilometers of arable land across Asia are at high risk, with China alone accounting ...

Researchers explain "opportunity food loss" to prevent food wastage – our food choices have resulted in tons of food WASTED every day

https://naturalnews.com/2018-05-10-researchers-explain-opportunity-food-loss-to-prevent-food-wastage-our-food-choices-have-resulted-in-tons-of-food-wasted-every-day.html

In this case, the authors said that opportunity food loss is mainly caused by the loss of arable land in favor of producing animal-based food. ... This meant the opportunity food loss in raising beef was 96 grams per unit of land, making the move to divert arable land from beef to plant-based food items much more beneficial and profitable. "...

Why conventional agriculture should be banned

https://naturalnews.com/048771_conventional_agricultural_dead_zones_Green_Revolution.html

A return to organic agriculture, which prohibits the use of chemicals and encourages crop rotation, will protect our nation's arable land, increase the nutritional value of our food, and dramatically reduce our food's toxicity. ... What About the Soil We must protect our nation's arable land in order to protect our food supply for future generations. "...

Heinz Tomato Ketchup sees 53% PRICE INCREASE in the UK

https://naturalnews.com/2022-11-16-heinz-ketchup-uk-price-soars-53-percent.html

, said the group’s research “shows the shocking rate of inflation on some of the nation’s favorite branded foods, which is much higher than the national average.” ... During an interview with the BBC, the head of the food manufacturer explained that the world’s rising population and limited arable land to grow food will continue to push food prices up. "...

Heinz Tomato Ketchup sees 53% PRICE INCREASE in the UK

http://naturalnews.com/2022-11-16-heinz-ketchup-uk-price-soars-53-percent.html

, said the group’s research “shows the shocking rate of inflation on some of the nation’s favorite branded foods, which is much higher than the national average.” ... During an interview with the BBC, the head of the food manufacturer explained that the world’s rising population and limited arable land to grow food will continue to push food prices up. "...

China collecting environment tax to curb pollution that threatens economic future

https://naturalnews.com/021289_air_pollution_water.html

Mao Rubai - chairman of the Environment and Resources Committee of the National People's Congress - said "The country will gradually levy environment tax when conditions are ripe." ... In addition to the quantity of certain environmental elements increasing in a bad way, air quality in nearly half of China's cities was moderately or seriously polluted when recent measurements were taken, and one-tenth of the country's arable land is polluted. 300 delegates from ...

Demand for food is destroying the Earth

https://naturalnews.com/030602_environmental_destruction_food.html

There is very little arable land left uncultivated on the planet, yet the world's population continues to rise - meaning that more people must be fed from food grown on the same amount of land. ... "Humans need to become part of the cycle, literally, using recycled sewage to restore fertility to the land. "...

The world is headed for a rocky commodities and energy market in 2022: Here are 3 reasons why

https://naturalnews.com/2022-03-11-rocky-commodities-energy-market-2022-three-reasons.html

“As boundaries exist in post-USSR countries, Ukraine has more arable land than Russia, which is 28 times its size. Likewise, 71% of Ukraine’s land is agricultural and 56% is arable, whereas only 13% of Russia’s is agricultural and a mere 7% is arable.” "...