The latest news on agriculture
The food-vs.-fuel debate rings hollow since Brazilians say they have the capacity to produce both.
The problem has only worsened since pledges were made 12 years ago.
An upcoming U.N. meeting is likely to question America's ethanol policy and how it gives aid.
Lower yields, more pests, faster-growing weeds will be just some of the effects of climate change.
Leaving the U.S. Midwest, they find affordable land and a productive climate on a "new frontier."
Brazilian farmers complain about a government campaign against illegal deforestation.
Bush still objects to subsidies, but the bill contains more food relief.
The storm's devastation may increase already-high food prices globally.
Ideas range from improving aid programs to taking a break on biofuels.
A record soybean harvest highlights the nation's growing agricultural output.