The world is facing a food shortage and climate change, and that’s putting farmers in a precarious position.
Here are the key questions you need to know.
article Agriculture and food production is a complex business and there are many ways to look at this.
While some of these methods have been adopted by other countries, many of them are still being developed.
The key question is what is the impact on the environment, the health of people, the economy and the environment in general?
And how is this different from the methods used by farmers?
I. What are the main types of farms?
There are two main types: small scale and large scale.
Small scale farms are where you only grow a small quantity of food, typically vegetables or fruit.
These can be in small containers or on a shelf.
Large scale farms can be large enough to have a storage capacity of 10,000 tonnes, or more.
These tend to be owned by larger companies that are bigger and more sophisticated.
Small farms tend to produce more and more vegetables and fruit.
Large farms can produce a lot more but can also be smaller and more local.
In a nutshell, it depends on the type of farming.
For example, a large-scale farm can produce thousands of tonnes of vegetables and fruits per year.
But because of the climate, many people in the UK cannot afford to live in the countryside.
In this case, a farm in the North East might produce 1,000 to 1,500 tonnes per year but not have enough space for everyone.
As a result, the local community can grow a wide variety of vegetables on the farm, which can be very nutritious.
In the North West, the number of people in need of food could be very high.
The same goes for small farms in the Midlands.
Large-scale farming is the biggest issue in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, as well as the production of toxic waste.
Large farm emissions are often made from the use of fertilisers, pesticides, herbicides and other harmful chemicals, which are released into the environment.
These products cause a lot of greenhouse gases to be released into our atmosphere.
But even with these emissions, large- scale farming does not have to produce as much food as a small-scale farmer, as some of them use different methods.
Large and small farms can also have different levels of biodiversity.
Small-scale farmers might have no plants or plants that are very important for people to eat, while large farms have a lot.
Some small- and medium-scale farms may be able to produce large amounts of meat and dairy products.
These are products that are mainly for the export market.
Large farming operations also produce more waste.
Waste is a problem because the waste is often transported to waste treatment plants or to landfill.
The problem is compounded by the fact that the amount of waste produced is not always available for people who need to eat.
There are also the social issues.
Some farms do not have a good reputation.
This is due to poor living conditions.
A lot of the pollution from these farms is also carried in the air.
Many of the farms are small and close to a residential area, which means there is a higher risk of health problems for people living near these farms.
There is also a social cost associated with these farms, as people may not want to live next to a large farm, because it would make them feel uncomfortable.
In short, it is a complicated business.
What is the difference between small scale farming and large- or small- scale farm?
In small- or medium- scale agriculture, farmers usually grow a certain amount of food and the amount they produce is not very important.
In large- and small- size agriculture, a farmer grows more and has more control over how much they produce, especially for larger farms.
It depends on a lot about how much land and water is available, which farms are available, the climate and other factors.
A large-or small-size farm is a farm that has a lot and does not always produce as good quality food.
The reason for this is that many farmers use pesticides, which have the ability to damage the soil and plants.
So the pesticides can kill plants.
They can also affect the water.
It also affects the climate.
There can be other problems.
For instance, large farms can pollute the air and can also cause diseases to crops, as they can be too close to people.
For small farms, it’s important to keep the climate at a low temperature and avoid any problems.
Some of the biggest problems are pollution from large-scaled farms, and the fact they have too many people living in the vicinity.
What’s the environmental impact of small- to medium- and large farms?
Small- and micro-scale agriculture have some problems, as many of the processes in agriculture are environmentally destructive.
For the most part, they pollute our environment.
There may be a slight reduction in