1. nodle

    Labor Shortage Leaves $13 Million in Crops to Rot in Fields

    Wait a second here, isn't this what it's suppose to be anyways? These farmers are complaining because they hired an illegal worker to pay them low wages and would rather have their crops rot instead of paying a person what they deserve? I am sure they will just say that they have a bad year and...
  2. nodle

    Suburban farming

    I can see this catching on more with rising food prices. We have come so far but we are starting to go back to our roots. I thought in the future we were suppose to have machine that produced food instantly. Instead we are going back to the way it was in the beginning...