Farming is so ingrained in American culture that we’ve written song after song about it. Think country artists crooning about big green tractors, cowgirls, and dusty fields. But the old fashioned portrayal of families toiling from dusk to dawn under the great blue sky isn’t just an American thing.
According to National Geographic, 40 percent of the world is covered in agricultural lands. Unfortunately, there is no more room. Land that isn’t used in agriculture is either protected wildland or populated by humans. But with the global population growing every second, how can farmers produce enough food? The answer, it seems, is in the ocean. Read more …red32 mobile casino red32 mobile casino