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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-RURAL
RTS3IHGX
July 08, 2020
Grain farmer Jim Niewold inspects corn plants on his farm, with grain bins at rear where some of last...
LODA, UNITED STATES
Grain farmer Jim Niewold inspects corn plants on his farm in Loda
Grain farmer Jim Niewold inspects corn plants on his farm, with grain bins at rear where some of last year's crop remains in storage because all of his end markets have been affected by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Loda, Illinois, U.S., June 18, 2020. Picture taken June 18, 2020. REUTERS/Nick Carey
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-RURAL
RTS3IHGQ
July 08, 2020
Grain farmer Jim Niewold inspects corn plants on his farm, with grain bins at rear where some of last...
LODA, UNITED STATES
Grain farmer Jim Niewold inspects corn plants on his farm in Loda
Grain farmer Jim Niewold inspects corn plants on his farm, with grain bins at rear where some of last yearÕs crop remains in storage because all of his end markets have been affected by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Loda, Illinois, U.S., June 18, 2020. Picture taken June 18, 2020. REUTERS/Nick Carey
USA-SUGAR/
RTX7AODL
November 27, 2019
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks,...
EAST GRAND FORKS, UNITED STATES
Frozen harvest leaves bitter taste for US sugar beet farmers
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, U.S., November 22, 2019. Due to a wet summer and early frost, sugar beet farmers were forced to leave hundreds of acres of sugar beet crop unharvested, a hard hit for the US agriculture industry already experiencing a difficult few years. Picture taken November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
USA-SUGAR/
RTX7AODI
November 27, 2019
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks,...
EAST GRAND FORKS, UNITED STATES
Frozen harvest leaves bitter taste for US sugar beet farmers
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, U.S., November 22, 2019. Due to a wet summer and early frost, sugar beet farmers were forced to leave hundreds of acres of sugar beet crop unharvested, a hard hit for the US agriculture industry already experiencing a difficult few years. Picture taken November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
USA-SUGAR/
RTX7AODG
November 27, 2019
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks,...
EAST GRAND FORKS, UNITED STATES
Frozen harvest leaves bitter taste for US sugar beet farmers
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, U.S., November 22, 2019. Due to a wet summer and early frost, sugar beet farmers were forced to leave hundreds of acres of sugar beet crop unharvested, a hard hit for the US agriculture industry already experiencing a difficult few years. Picture taken November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
USA-SUGAR/
RTX7AODF
November 27, 2019
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks,...
EAST GRAND FORKS, UNITED STATES
Frozen harvest leaves bitter taste for US sugar beet farmers
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, U.S., November 22, 2019. Due to a wet summer and early frost, sugar beet farmers were forced to leave hundreds of acres of sugar beet crop unharvested, a hard hit for the US agriculture industry already experiencing a difficult few years. Picture taken November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
USA-SUGAR/
RTX7AODD
November 27, 2019
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks,...
EAST GRAND FORKS, UNITED STATES
Frozen harvest leaves bitter taste for US sugar beet farmers
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, U.S., November 22, 2019. Due to a wet summer and early frost, sugar beet farmers were forced to leave hundreds of acres of sugar beet crop unharvested, a hard hit for the US agriculture industry already experiencing a difficult few years. Picture taken November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
USA-SUGAR/
RTX7AODB
November 27, 2019
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks,...
EAST GRAND FORKS, UNITED STATES
Frozen harvest leaves bitter taste for US sugar beet farmers
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, U.S., November 22, 2019. Due to a wet summer and early frost, sugar beet farmers were forced to leave hundreds of acres of sugar beet crop unharvested, a hard hit for the US agriculture industry already experiencing a difficult few years. Picture taken November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
USA-SUGAR/
RTX7AOD2
November 27, 2019
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks,...
EAST GRAND FORKS, UNITED STATES
Frozen harvest leaves bitter taste for US sugar beet farmers
Sugar beets piled in a large storage building, which is typically completely full, in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, U.S., November 22, 2019. Due to a wet summer and early frost, sugar beet farmers were forced to leave hundreds of acres of sugar beet crop unharvested, a hard hit for the US agriculture industry already experiencing a difficult few years. Picture taken November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
NORTH DAKOTA-AGRICULTURE/
RTX72U9F
August 09, 2019
A load of Paul and Vanessa Kummer's 2018 corn crop being transferred from a storage bin on their farm...
Colfax, UNITED STATES
Corn being loaded on Kummer farm near Colfax, North Dakota
A load of Paul and Vanessa Kummer's 2018 corn crop being transferred from a storage bin on their farm near Colfax, North Dakota, U.S., into a truck for shipment to a grain elevator, August 6, 2019. Picture taken on August 6, 2019. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
USA-TRADE/CHINA
RTS1VL1X
July 06, 2018
Crop storage bins and a cornfield are seen near Amenia, North Dakota, U.S., July 6, 2018. REUTERS/Dan...
AMENIA, UNITED STATES
Crop storage bins and a cornfield are seen near Amenia
Crop storage bins and a cornfield are seen near Amenia, North Dakota, U.S., July 6, 2018. REUTERS/Dan Koeck
MEXICO-TEQUILA/
RTS1RWXW
May 17, 2018
Barrels of tequila are stored in a factory in Amatitan, Jalisco, Mexico, September 7, 2017. Picture taken...
AMATITAN, Mexico
Barrels of tequila are stored in a factory in Amatitan
Barrels of tequila are stored in a factory in Amatitan, Jalisco, Mexico, September 7, 2017. Picture taken on September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
ARGENTINA-SOYBEANS/WEATHER
RTS1QFL4
May 08, 2018
Soy beans are seen at a Grobocopatel Hermanos company storage plant in Carlos Casares, Argentina, April...
CARLOS CASARES, Argentina
Soy beans are seen at a Grobocopatel Hermanos company storage plant in Carlos Casares
Soy beans are seen at a Grobocopatel Hermanos company storage plant in Carlos Casares, Argentina, April 16, 2018. Picture taken April 16, 2018. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
USA-GRAINS/STORAGE
RTX350P1
April 11, 2017
A mountain of grain sits in a storage pile, as midwestern grain farmers and merchants struggle to find...
MINBURN, UNITED STATES
A mountain of grain sits in a storage pile, as midwestern grain farmers and merchants struggle to find...
A mountain of grain sits in a storage pile, as midwestern grain farmers and merchants struggle to find storage space after three years of record harvests, near Minburn, Iowa, U.S., March 11, 2017. Picture taken March 11, 2017. REUTERS/Scott Morgan
USA-GRAINS/STORAGE
RTX350OY
April 11, 2017
A mountain of grain sits in a storage pile, as midwestern grain farmers and merchants struggle to find...
Boone, UNITED STATES
A mountain of grain sits in a storage pile, as midwestern grain farmers and merchants struggle to find...
A mountain of grain sits in a storage pile, as midwestern grain farmers and merchants struggle to find storage space after three years of record harvests, near Boone, Iowa, U.S., March 11, 2017. Picture taken March 11, 2017. REUTERS/Scott Morgan
PAKISTAN-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1PEB2
August 24, 2015
A boy carries bananas out of a fruit storage facility in Peshawar, Pakistan August 24, 2015. REUTERS/Khuram...
Peshawar, Pakistan
A boy carries bananas out of a fruit storage facility in Peshawar
A boy carries bananas out of a fruit storage facility in Peshawar, Pakistan August 24, 2015. REUTERS/Khuram Parvez
HAITI-CHELSEACLINTON/
RTX1MC9A
July 30, 2015
Clinton Foundation Vice Chair Chelsea Clinton (L) interacts with a worker at a Clinton-Giustra Enterprise...
POULIE, Haiti
Clinton Foundation Vice Chair Chelsea Clinton interacts with a worker at a Clinton-Giustra Enterprise...
Clinton Foundation Vice Chair Chelsea Clinton (L) interacts with a worker at a Clinton-Giustra Enterprise Partnership (CGEP) in Poulie, Haiti, July 29, 2015. CGEP are warehouses that serve as the central location for farmers to come sell their peanuts as well as a storage place for those crops, according to the news release. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
ALBANIA-CONFLICT/
RTR4IINS
December 18, 2014
Chickens walk near the corn storage of poor families in Torovice, Lezhe district, northwest of the capital...
Lezhe, Albania
Chickens walk near the corn storage of poor families in Torovice
Chickens walk near the corn storage of poor families in Torovice, Lezhe district, northwest of the capital Tirana, December 16, 2014. Torovice served as an internment camp during the former communist regime, and now shelters families coming from the poor northeast region looking for a better life as they move from mountainous areas to more developed zones near urban areas. But these families live in almost dilapidated houses at a former internment camp that sheltered persons opposing the communist regime, and whose family members were taken there as punishment. Up to 100,000 Albanians were executed, imprisoned or sent to internment camps during the four-and-a-half decades of communist rule, which eventually toppled in December 1990 following a students' protest. Picture taken December 16, 2014. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
INDIA-ONIONS/
RTR3XPQ3
July 08, 2014
A woman labourer sorts onions at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in the northern Indian city of...
Chandigarh, India
A woman labourer sorts onions at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in Chandigarh
A woman labourer sorts onions at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh July 8, 2014. The country has produced a record harvest, but many farmers in the onion bowl of India's western state of Maharashtra have lost a large share of their crop damaged in storage, adding to the country's inflation woes. A doubling in retail prices across major cities is especially troubling for staples such as onions, an ingredient that is present in just about every Indian meal. Unseasonal weather, hoarding and price manipulation have in the past led to dramatic price rises, and the new administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is anxious to avoid the political fallout that has hit other governments over the cost of the food. Picture taken July 8, 2014. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA)
INDIA-ONIONS/
RTR3XPQ0
July 08, 2014
A worker packs onion bags at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh...
Chandigarh, India
A worker packs onion bags at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in Chandigarh
A worker packs onion bags at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh July 8, 2014. The country has produced a record harvest, but many farmers in the onion bowl of India's western state of Maharashtra have lost a large share of their crop damaged in storage, adding to the country's inflation woes. A doubling in retail prices across major cities is especially troubling for staples such as onions, an ingredient that is present in just about every Indian meal. Unseasonal weather, hoarding and price manipulation have in the past led to dramatic price rises, and the new administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is anxious to avoid the political fallout that has hit other governments over the cost of the food. Picture taken July 8, 2014. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA)
CANADA/
RTX142PJ
September 28, 2013
Brad Hayward operates his truck by remote control as he unloads canola into steel storage bins on the...
BEISEKER, Canada
Brad Hayward operates his truck by remote control as he unloads canola into steel storage bins on the...
Brad Hayward operates his truck by remote control as he unloads canola into steel storage bins on the farm of Barry Lang near Beiseker, Alberta, September 27, 2013. Record crops are being produced all across the Canadian prairies this season. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
CANADA/
RTX142PH
September 28, 2013
Brad Hayward unloads canola into steel storage bins on the farm of Barry Lang near Beiseker, Alberta,...
BEISEKER, Canada
Brad Hayward unloads canola into steel storage bins on the farm of Barry Lang near Beiseker
Brad Hayward unloads canola into steel storage bins on the farm of Barry Lang near Beiseker, Alberta, September 27, 2013. Record crops are being produced all across the Canadian prairies this season. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
EGYPT-WHEAT/
RTXYMHW
April 15, 2013
A street vendor sells bread at a street corner in central Cairo April 11, 2013. Egypt, the world's top...
Cairo, Egypt
A street vendor sells bread at a street corner in central Cairo
A street vendor sells bread at a street corner in central Cairo April 11, 2013. Egypt, the world's top wheat importer, aims to cut imports this year by around 10 percent, hoping a bigger home crop and modified storage will help the most populous Arab state keep its 84 million people in low-cost subsidised bread. Picture taken April 11, 2013. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih(EGYPT - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE)
EGYPT-WHEAT/
RTXYMHU
April 15, 2013
A street vendor sells bread at a street corner in central Cairo April 11, 2013. Egypt, the world's top...
Cairo, Egypt
A street vendor sells bread at a street corner in central Cairo
A street vendor sells bread at a street corner in central Cairo April 11, 2013. Egypt, the world's top wheat importer, aims to cut imports this year by around 10 percent, hoping a bigger home crop and modified storage will help the most populous Arab state keep its 84 million people in low-cost subsidised bread. Picture taken April 11, 2013. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih(EGYPT - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE)
EGYPT/
RTXYMHS
April 15, 2013
A man walks past a bread stand at a street corner in central Cairo April 11, 2013. Egypt, the world's...
Cairo, Egypt
A man walks past a bread stand at a street corner in central Cairo
A man walks past a bread stand at a street corner in central Cairo April 11, 2013. Egypt, the world's top wheat importer, aims to cut imports this year by around 10 percent, hoping a bigger home crop and modified storage will help the most populous Arab state keep its 84 million people in low-cost subsidised bread. Picture taken April 11, 2013. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih(EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
INDIA-GRAINS/GLUT
RTR3EAG7
February 25, 2013
A worker carries a ladder past sacks filled with wheat at a Food Corporation of India (FCI) warehouse...
Morinda, India
A worker carries a ladder past sacks filled with wheat at a Food Corporation of India warehouse in Morinda...
A worker carries a ladder past sacks filled with wheat at a Food Corporation of India (FCI) warehouse in Morinda in the northern Indian state of Punjab February 20, 2013. India will be unable to consume or export enough wheat and rice to rein in a record stockpile after another bumper harvest, a failure that means crops risk rotting in fields instead of being sold on world markets to cash in on higher prices. In March, farmers in India will begin to harvest the sixth consecutive wheat crop expected to exceed demand, and when threshing is over in June the government's combined wheat and rice stocks are set to hit 100 million tonnes. That is about a fifth higher than the volume in storage a year ago. Picture taken February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE COMMODITIES)
USA-DROUGHT/POPCORN
RTR37EIL
September 02, 2012
Farmer Matt Johnson inspects the leaves on a popcorn plant near grain storage bins in his popcorn crop...
REDKEY, UNITED STATES
Matt Johnson inspects a plant at his popcorn farm in Redkey
Farmer Matt Johnson inspects the leaves on a popcorn plant near grain storage bins in his popcorn crop fields on his family's farm in Redkey, Indiana June 28, 2012. All across the Midwest, where rows of popcorn normally thrive alongside fields of soybeans, American popcorn farmers have watched in horror as soaring triple-digit temperatures and weeks without rain have left corn stands stunted and crops withered. Picture taken June 28, 2012. REUTERS/Brent Smith (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
INDIA-WHEAT/
RTR34H3I
July 01, 2012
A watchman sits next to stacked sacks of rotten wheat crop at Dera Mir Miran village in the northern...
DERA MIR MIRAN, India
A watchman sits next to stacked sacks of rotten wheat crop at Dera Mir Miran village
A watchman sits next to stacked sacks of rotten wheat crop at Dera Mir Miran village in the northern Indian state of
Punjab June 27, 2012. Every day some 3,000 Indian children die from illnesses related to malnutrition, and yet countless heaps of rodent-infested wheat and rice are rotting in fields across the north of their own country. It is an extraordinary paradox created by a rigid regime of subsidies for grain farmers, a woeful lack of storage facilities and an inefficient, corruption-plagued public distribution system that fails millions of impoverished people. Picture taken June 27, 2012. To match Feature INDIA-WHEAT/ REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS POLITICS)
INDIA-POTATOES/
RTR32FT6
May 22, 2012
A worker carries a sack of potatoes inside a cold storage farm in Deesa town, about 155 km (96 miles)...
Deesa, India
To match Analysis INDIA-POTATOES/
A worker carries a sack of potatoes inside a cold storage farm in Deesa town, about 155 km (96 miles) north from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad May 17, 2012. Back in December, after a bumper harvest of potatoes, furious farmers dumped tonnes of their crop on roads in protest over a crash in prices: four months later, the annual wholesale inflation rate of the potato is galloping at 53 percent. Picture taken May 17, 2012. To match Analysis INDIA-POTATOES/ REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
POTASH
RTR28954
September 25, 2009
Mill manager Josh Wheeler examines a pile processed potash at the Mosaic Potash Colonsay mine storage...
Colonsay, Canada
Mill manager Josh Wheeler examines a pile processed potash at the Mosaic Potash Colonsay
Mill manager Josh Wheeler examines a pile processed potash at the Mosaic Potash Colonsay mine storage facility in Colonsay, Saskatchewan September 24, 2009. Potash drilled from the earth is carried up to the surface on a conveyor belt where it is processed into a usable product. The global commodity boom and bust has lifted a little-known crop nutrient called potash out of obscurity, turning the the global potash industry into an investor darling and highlighting the power of a handful of producers to control prices. REUTERS/David Stobbe (CANADA BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
POTASH
RTR28953
September 25, 2009
Mill manager Josh Wheeler examines a pile processed potash at the Mosaic Potash Colonsay mine storage...
Colonsay, Canada
Mill manager Josh Wheeler examines a pile processed potash at the Mosaic Potash Colonsay
Mill manager Josh Wheeler examines a pile processed potash at the Mosaic Potash Colonsay mine storage facility in Colonsay, Saskatchewan September 24, 2009. Potash drilled from the earth is carried up to the surface on a conveyor belt where it is processed into a usable product. The global commodity boom and bust has lifted a little-known crop nutrient called potash out of obscurity, turning the the global potash industry into an investor darling and highlighting the power of a handful of producers to control prices. REUTERS/David Stobbe (CANADA BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
POTASH
RTR28951
September 25, 2009
Mill manager Josh Wheeler examines a pile processed potash at the Mosaic Potash Colonsay mine storage...
Colonsay, Canada
Mill manager Josh Wheeler examines a pile processed potash at the Mosaic Potash Colonsay
Mill manager Josh Wheeler examines a pile processed potash at the Mosaic Potash Colonsay mine storage facility in Colonsay, Saskatchewan September 24, 2009. Potash drilled from the earth is carried up to the surface on a conveyor belt where it is processed into a usable product. The global commodity boom and bust has lifted a little-known crop nutrient called potash out of obscurity, turning the the global potash industry into an investor darling and highlighting the power of a handful of producers to control prices. REUTERS/David Stobbe (CANADA BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
POTASH/
RTR285RM
September 22, 2009
Potash is piled into a large storage facility in Saskatoon after which it is loaded into train cars and...
Saskatoon, Canada
File photo of Potash piled into a large storage facility in Saskatoon
Potash is piled into a large storage facility in Saskatoon after which it is loaded into train cars and transported in this December 2006 file photo. The global commodity boom and bust has lifted a little-known crop nutrient called potash out of obscurity, turning the the global potash industry into an investor darling and highlighting the power of a handful of producers to control prices. REUTERS/David Stobbe/Files (CANADA BUSINESS SOCIETY)
POTASH/
RTR285RI
September 22, 2009
Potash is piled into a large storage facility in Saskatoon after which it is loaded into train cars and...
Saskatoon, Canada
File photo of Potash piled into a large storage facility in Saskatoon
Potash is piled into a large storage facility in Saskatoon after which it is loaded into train cars and transported in this December 2006 file photo. The global commodity boom and bust has lifted a little-known crop nutrient called potash out of obscurity, turning the the global potash industry into an investor darling and highlighting the power of a handful of producers to control prices. REUTERS/David Stobbe/Files (CANADA BUSINESS SOCIETY)
NEPAL
RTX9RLZ
October 21, 2008
A farmer smokes after harvesting the rice crop at Dhapasi near Kathmandu for storage October 21, 2008....
Kathmandu, Nepal
A farmer smokes after harvesting the rice crop at Dhapasi near Kathmandu for storage
A farmer smokes after harvesting the rice crop at Dhapasi near Kathmandu for storage October 21, 2008. Rice is the staple food of most Nepalese. REUTERS/Deepa Shrestha (NEPAL)
MARKETS-COCOA/INDONESIA
RTR1ZD04
April 11, 2008
A worker shovels through cocoa beans to be dried in storage in Makassar in the Indonesian province of...
Makassar, Indonesia
A worker shovels through cocoa beans to be dried in storage in Makassar in the Indonesian province of...
A worker shovels through cocoa beans to be dried in storage in Makassar in the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi April 10, 2008. Prices of Indonesia's Sulawesi cocoa beans rose this week on the back of gains in the futures market, but prices may ease in coming weeks as arrivals pick up from the new crop harvest, dealers said on Friday. Picture taken April 10, 2008. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA)
MARKETS-COCOA/INDONESIA
RTR1ZD00
April 11, 2008
A worker shovels through cocoa beans to be dried in storage in Makassar in the Indonesian province of...
Makassar, Indonesia
A worker shovels through cocoa beans to be dried in storage in Makassar in the Indonesian province of...
A worker shovels through cocoa beans to be dried in storage in Makassar in the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi April 10, 2008. Prices of Indonesia's Sulawesi cocoa beans rose this week on the back of gains in the futures market, but prices may ease in coming weeks as arrivals pick up from the new crop harvest, dealers said on Friday. Picture taken April 10, 2008. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA)
MARKETS-COCOA/INDONESIA
RTR1ZCZX
April 11, 2008
A worker displays cocoa beans to be dried in storage in Makassar in the Indonesian province of South...
Makassar, Indonesia
A worker displays cocoa beans to be dried in storage in Makassar in the Indonesian province of South...
A worker displays cocoa beans to be dried in storage in Makassar in the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi April 10, 2008. Prices of Indonesia's Sulawesi cocoa beans rose this week on the back of gains in the futures market, but prices may ease in coming weeks as arrivals pick up from the new crop harvest, dealers said on Friday. Picture taken April 10, 2008. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA)
CROP-ARCTIC/VAULT
RTR1XL6D
February 26, 2008
A worker carries a box of seeds into the main storage room during the opening ceremony of the Global...
Longyearbyen, Norway
A worker carries a box of seeds into the main storage room during the opening ceremony of the Global...
A worker carries a box of seeds into the main storage room during the opening ceremony of the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen February 26, 2008. Norway launched a Noah's ark of the plant kingdom on Tuesday that will protect crop seeds, one of mankind's most precious resources, from natural disaster inside an Arctic mountainside. REUTERS/Bob Strong (NORWAY)
NORWAY/
RTR1XK2H
February 25, 2008
An ice-covered lock leads into a storage room at the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen February 25, 2008....
Longyearbyen, Norway
An ice-covered lock leads into a storage room at the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen
An ice-covered lock leads into a storage room at the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen February 25, 2008. The vault has been built in a mountainside cavern on Spitsbergen Island around 1,000 km (600 miles) from the North Pole to store the world's crop seeds in case of disaster. The official opening will take place February 26. REUTERS/Bob Strong (NORWAY)
NORWAY/
RTR1XK2D
February 25, 2008
Cary Fowler, executive director of the Global Crop Diversity Trust, stands in one of the storage rooms...
Longyearbyen, Norway
Cary Fowler, executive director of the Global Crop Diversity Trust, stands in one of the storage rooms...
Cary Fowler, executive director of the Global Crop Diversity Trust, stands in one of the storage rooms at the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen February 25, 2008. The vault has been built in a mountainside cavern on Spitsbergen Island around 1,000 km (600 miles) from the North Pole to store the world's crop seeds in case of disaster. The official opening will take place February 26. REUTERS/Bob Strong (NORWAY)
NORWAY/
RTR1XK18
February 25, 2008
A polar bear sculpture made of ice stands outside the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen February 25,...
Longyearbyen, Norway
A polar bear sculpture made of ice stands outside the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen
A polar bear sculpture made of ice stands outside the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen February 25, 2008. The vault has been built in a mountainside cavern on Spitsbergen Island around 1,000 km (600 miles) from the North Pole to store the world's crop seeds in case of disaster. The official opening will take place February 26. REUTERS/Bob Strong (NORWAY)
NORWAY/
RTR1XIL7
February 24, 2008
Photographers take pictures of a storage room in the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen February 24, 2008....
Longyearbyen, Norway
Photographers take pictures of a storage room in the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen
Photographers take pictures of a storage room in the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen February 24, 2008. The vault has been built in a mountainside cavern on Spitsbergen island around 1,000 km (600 miles) from the North Pole to store the world's crop seeds in case of disaster. The official opening will take place February 26. REUTERS/Bob Strong (NORWAY)
LIFE VODKA
RTR1FI1F
July 14, 2006
Brenda Thibodeau walks through a potato storage building at the Green Thumb Farms in Fryeburg, Maine,...
FRYEBURG, USA
To match feature LIFE VODKA
Brenda Thibodeau walks through a potato storage building at the Green Thumb Farms in Fryeburg, Maine, July 14, 2006. Green Thumb Farms is one of a handful of New England farms which have turned to vodka distilling as a more profitable outlet for some of their crops, from potatoes to maple sap and apples. To match feature LIFE VODKA REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL NATIONALS
RTR1DE5F
May 15, 2006
Cardozo High School players use the back of a storage shed as their locker room while changing into their...
Washington, USA
To accompany feature Baseball Nationals
Cardozo High School players use the back of a storage shed as their locker room while changing into their uniforms before a game against Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School played at Bannaker Field in Washington, May 5, 2006. Inner-city children who dream of playing Major League baseball must often overcome street crime, broken families and poor playing fields. For three decades after the Senators left, youngsters in Washington also had no hometown team to inspire them. Last year's arrival of the Nationals is helping to revive baseball in the U.S. capital, however. The team, the league and organizations such as the Cal Ripken Foundation are seeding the city's playing fields with cash and equipment in the belief that a bumper crop of ballplayers and lifelong fans will sprout. Picture taken on May 5, 2006. To accompany feature Baseball Nationals REUTERS/Larry Downing
BASEBALL NATIONALS
RTR1DE5C
May 15, 2006
Cardozo High School player Tracy Short, 16, is taped by trainer Terry Paulsen in front of a storage shed...
Washington, USA
To accompany feature Baseball Nationals
Cardozo High School player Tracy Short, 16, is taped by trainer Terry Paulsen in front of a storage shed with graffiti painted on it on field before a game against Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School played at Bannaker Field in Washington, May 5, 2006. Inner-city children who dream of playing Major League baseball must often overcome street crime, broken families and poor playing fields. For three decades after the Senators left, youngsters in Washington also had no hometown team to inspire them. Last year's arrival of the Nationals is helping to revive baseball in the U.S. capital, however. The team, the league and organizations such as the Cal Ripken Foundation are seeding the city's playing fields with cash and equipment in the belief that a bumper crop of ballplayers and lifelong fans will sprout. Picture taken on May 5, 2006. To accompany feature Baseball Nationals REUTERS/Larry Downing
BASEBALL NATIONALS
RTR1DE4W
May 15, 2006
Cardozo High School player Walter Brown, 17, practices his swing in front of a storage shed with graffiti...
Washington, USA
To accompany feature Baseball Nationals
Cardozo High School player Walter Brown, 17, practices his swing in front of a storage shed with graffiti painted on it on field before a game against Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School played at Bannaker Field in Washington, May 5, 2006. Inner-city children who dream of playing Major League baseball must often overcome street crime, broken families and poor playing fields. For three decades after the Senators left, youngsters in Washington also had no hometown team to inspire them. Last year's arrival of the Nationals is helping to revive baseball in the U.S. capital, however. The team, the league and organizations such as the Cal Ripken Foundation are seeding the city's playing fields with cash and equipment in the belief that a bumper crop of ballplayers and lifelong fans will sprout. Picture taken on May 5, 2006. To accompany feature Baseball Nationals REUTERS/Larry Downing
BASEBALL NATIONALS
RTR1DE4R
May 15, 2006
Cardozo High School players use the back of a storage shed as their locker room while changing into their...
Washington, USA
To accompany feature Baseball Nationals
Cardozo High School players use the back of a storage shed as their locker room while changing into their uniforms before a game against Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School played at Bannaker Field in Washington, May 5, 2006. Inner-city children who dream of playing Major League baseball must often overcome street crime, broken families and poor playing fields. For three decades after the Senators left, youngsters in Washington also had no hometown team to inspire them. Last year's arrival of the Nationals is helping to revive baseball in the U.S. capital, however. The team, the league and organizations such as the Cal Ripken Foundation are seeding the city's playing fields with cash and equipment in the belief that a bumper crop of ballplayers and lifelong fans will sprout. Picture taken on May 5, 2006. To accompany feature Baseball Nationals REUTERS/Larry Downing
VIETNAM
RTRKSJU
August 17, 2005
A Vietnam farmer places fertilizer on a rice field in Vietnam's northern Ha Tay province, about 20 km...
Ha Tay Province, Viet Nam
A Vietnam farmer places fertilizer on a rice field in Vietnam's northern Ha Tay province.
A Vietnam farmer places fertilizer on a rice field in Vietnam's northern Ha Tay province, about 20 km (12 miles) southwest of Hanoi, August 17, 2005. Rising floods in the Mekong Delta rice basket have not affected a key crop harvest and storage of the grain in Vietnam, the world's second-largest grain exporter, while traders said prices remained firm on busy loading schedule. REUTERS/Kham Kham/JJ
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