In a nation where almost half of the population is overweight or obese, the Government is planning to change how the country’s food is grown.
The National Farmers’ Federation has proposed raising crop yields to as much as 1,500 tonnes per hectare by 2050, which is the equivalent of the UK exporting to China, France and India.
The plan also envisages the establishment of a new national farming authority to coordinate the countrys production.
The move is part of the Government’s efforts to improve the country on the back of a landmark 2015 Climate Change Act, which helped deliver significant reductions in CO2 emissions.
But with the Government set to introduce legislation to boost farming in 2020, there has been a lot of debate about how to do so.
The new legislation could also impact the UK’s existing food production systems, including those of its dairy farmers, who have long been among the most heavily regulated industries in the country.
What is crop yield?
Crop yields are a measure of the amount of food grown.
They are not the same as yield, which measures how much money a farmer makes from the crops he or she produces.
The Government has traditionally been able to increase crop yields because of its low level of CO2 emission.
This has meant that farmers in the UK have had a lot more control over the crops they grow.
However, this control is under threat, as the UK is set to meet its target of cutting emissions to below 1990 levels by 2050.
The countrys existing agricultural production systems are still very limited, with some farmers relying on subsidies to grow their crops.
Farmers who have been able at some point to grow crops that are higher in yield can use subsidies to increase their crop yields.
These subsidies are called “marketable” crops, and the amount they are available to farmers varies from farm to farm.
Agricultural output The amount of crops that a farmer produces varies depending on the farm and the time of year.
For example, some farmers may produce crops such as vegetables and fruit that have higher yields because the crop is in the fall and winter.
Farmers may also grow crops like maize or wheat that produce crops that do not require fertilisers or pesticides.
The crops are sold on the market to other farmers to buy food, as well as to the supermarkets, which in turn buy the products from the supermarket.
These are called the “food chains”.
Agriculture is a very diverse industry in the United Kingdom, with about 2,000 different crops.
The UK produces over half a billion tonnes of food a year, and there are more than 1,000 crop types in the food chain.
According to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the UK has a large and growing number of small and medium-sized farms.
The number of farms has grown by almost 30 per cent in the past decade.
Most of the farms are small, medium-size and larger.
However it is not clear how many of the small and mid-sized ones are small and how many are large.
What about the EU?
In the UK, farmers produce more than 10 million tonnes of agricultural products, and around 80 per cent of the food produced is exported to the EU.
The EU has been criticised for allowing EU member states to set production quotas for their products.
This means that the UK cannot set its own production levels, which the EU wants to change.
But the Government has argued that it would be a mistake to restrict the UK from growing its own food supply.
The British government has said that it is aiming to increase the country to a level that is equal to or greater than the level of its current farming system by 2020.
This would mean that the British Government would be able to export as much food to the European Union as the average UK farmer is able to produce.
But some EU members are not ready to support this goal, and some say that they will not be able or willing to support the Government on its goal to grow more crops and produce more food.
What can farmers do to help their crop production?
Farmers can reduce their use of pesticides and herbicides, and encourage farmers to use organic and conventional farming methods.
Farmers can also make their own seeds, grow their own crops, or improve the farming systems of farmers in their own communities.
How much money will farmers make?
The amount that farmers are paid by the Government varies depending largely on their crop yield.
A farmer who has a higher crop yield can be paid more money, but not as much.
Farmers with a lower crop yield are paid less money, and they may be able see their crop prices rise in the future.
What are the benefits of a more sustainable food system?
The UK has the third-highest level of global carbon emissions in the world, and this is due to the way that it uses fertilisers, pesticides and other fertilisers.
This is the main reason why we need to be eating more sustainable and organic foods.
The carbon emissions from the UK are higher than any other country in the EU, which