From beets to beans, peppers to pumpkins, farms across the country are enjoying the arrival of fall crops.
For some crops, the fall yield is by far the most important. In fact, according to the USDA, the fall potato crop comprises about 90% of the total potato production in the country. In general, American farmers are responsible for producing approximately $143 billion worth of crops each year—a staggering number that’s of utmost importance to the country’s economy, the economy of the agricultural industry and to the individual farmers. Continue reading