With U.S. Farmland Maxed Out, Growers Tap Into Reserves

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: June 2, 2008   View Article

Even though soaring commodity prices are bringing new pressures to increase agricultural output, U.S. farmland is maxed out, limiting any response to price hikes and highlighting how agricultural productivity has failed to keep pace with increasing world demand, experts say.

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