What to know about corn and soybeans in a growing world

The agro-technology industry is experiencing a resurgence in the United States.

The United States is the largest producer of corn and the world’s third-largest producer of soybeans.

But it is also the world leader in the cultivation of the two crops.

In fact, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) projects that by 2050, more than 70 percent of the world will be growing both crops.

And the United Nation’s Food and Agricultural Organization ( FAO ) predicts that by the year 2050, nearly a third of the global food supply will be produced by a single crop, corn.

That’s a trend that could be accelerating, according to an analysis of data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

The U.N. FAO report notes that, from 1980 to 2016, U.s. agriculture grew an average of 3.5 percent annually.

That is about the same rate as China’s and India’s, both of which have grown faster than the United Kingdom.

The trend is expected to continue.

The FAO predicts that as the United Sates’ population grows, its agricultural productivity will grow by 6.3 percent annually over the same period.

In 2030, about half of the population of the United State will be consuming about 7 percent of its agricultural products, and by 2050 it will be about 9 percent.

That means that the United states will become the second-largest exporter of soybean and corn in the world.

Corn and soybean crops have long been the mainstay of U. s farm and food supply, but corn is also growing more rapidly than soybeans because of the introduction of genetically modified crops.

But this year, the corn crop is the most important agricultural commodity in the country.

In 2019, the U,S.

harvested nearly 8 billion bushels of corn, more hay than it did in all of 2015.

Soybeans, by contrast, are growing more slowly because they are growing at a much slower pace.

That has contributed to a slowdown in U. S. soybean production, which in turn has been a major driver of the U S. agricultural output, which is down by about 4 percent in the last five years.

As of last year, there were about 9.5 billion bushes of soy beans in the U., according to the U .


Department of Agriculture (USDA).

That was up from 8.3 billion in 2015.

The corn crop has also suffered in recent years.

In 2018, the USDA reported that the U s soybean crop had declined by about 11 percent from 2016 to 2017.

The reason: the introduction and growth of genetically engineered (GE) corn.

GM corn has been linked to numerous health problems in humans, including kidney and pancreatic damage, neurological disorders and immune system disorders.

Corn crops also are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants.

But the Us government is moving forward with the development of genetically-modified crops, and that’s expected to boost U. States agricultural output by about 2.5 million bushel years over the next 10 years.

The USDA expects to see a return on investment of about $1 billion per year by 2020.

This year, corn production is expected in the second quarter to exceed soybeans production.

However, soybeans will be a big driver of U S agricultural production.

Soybean production will be up 5.5 percentage points in 2019, up from 3.4 percent in 2018.

In 2020, soybean is expected at about 3.9 percent of U s total agricultural production, while corn is projected at about 2 percent.

However the US. soybeans and corn are expected to remain the top two crops in the American food supply.

But corn is not only growing fast.

In the next decade, the number of soy acreages will increase by about 6.4 million hectares, or about 4.7 percent, to nearly 3.3 million hectares.

And by the end of this decade, soy production will grow more than 10 percent a year, up to about 2 million hectares per year.

The number of corn acres is expected increase by 1.9 million hectares to about 5.1 million hectares a year.

Corn is expected grow in a similar way to soybeans, but soybeans are expected grow more slowly.

Soy bean production is projected to increase about 5 percent a decade.

Corn production is also expected to increase a bit, but the growth rate is lower than corn.

By the end-2030, corn is expected as a share of U ,S.

production to be just over 20 percent, down from 24 percent in 2020.

Corn has been the key ingredient in many staple foods in the past, and the corn ethanol boom is expected by 2020 to have added more than $600 billion to the economy.

However there are concerns about the health of corn.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said in a regulatory filing in

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