Infographics

Downloadable infographs to help you tell the story of modern agriculture.

  • Farms in the U.S. Animated Infographic

    • Do you know what percentage of farms in the U.S. are family-owned? How many Americans are farmers? Download CLA’s newest animated infographic for the answers!
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  • Billions of Bacteria

    • One teaspoon of productive soil can contain between 100 million and 1 billion bacteria. These living microorganisms recycle organic material, promoting soil fertility and supporting plant growth.
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  • Weed Resistance

    • To manage weed resistance, farmers must use a variety of tools and techniques. As the crop protection industry continually adjusts to develop solutions, farmers employ a variety of new methods to grow healthy crops.
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  • How 'Bout Them Apples?

    • Farmers often use synthetic and organic crop protection products to help grow the food that we eat and to protect it from many harmful pests and diseases.
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  • Beat the Heat

    • Whether you prefer iced tea or a tasty cocktail, modern agriculture helps you cool down in the summer heat!
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  • Global Market to Grocery Store

    • Through innovative farming practices, such as the responsible use of crop protection products, modern agriculture benefits the global economy and you. *Please click the image once loaded to view the full size
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  • International Year of Soils: Soil Erosion

    • Using crop protection products and conservation tillage, farmers can significantly reduce soil erosion.
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  • Centuries to Build Centimeters

    • Protecting arable land, less than 11% of the world’s surface, is vital as it can take more than 500 years to form just two centimeters of topsoil, a nutrient-filled layer crucial for crop growth.
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  • A Colossal Carbon Sink

    • Soil may store more than 10% of the carbon dioxide emitted by human activity worldwide. Reducing tillage keeps carbon dioxide in the ground, helping to decrease global warming.
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  • Bees and Seed Treatments

    • In 2011, seed treatments helped contribute to nearly $80 billion worth of value to American corn growers through increased protection against insects and disease and greater crop yields.
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  • Pollinators and Your Diet

    • About one-third of the total human diet is derived directly or indirectly from insect-pollinated plants (fruits, legumes and vegetables).
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  • Honey Production by State

    • Did you know honey is produced in every state? Learn which five U.S. states are the top producing honey states!
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  • Honey Production and Bee Colonies

    • Honey production from producers with five or more honey bee colonies increased 19% from 2013 to 2014.
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  • Honey Bees and Varroa Mites

    • The Varroa mite is the single most detrimental pest of the honey bee.
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  • Conservation Tillage

    • Through the use of herbicides, farmers can practice conservation tillage, which reduces soil erosion by 360 billion pounds per year.
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  • Modern Agriculture & Hunger

    • Two hundred million fewer people are hungry today than 25 years ago. Download our infographic to learn how modern ag helps reduce hunger.
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  • The Role of Seed Treatment in Modern Agriculture

    • Farmers must meet an array of demands and challenges every day: growing crops that have minimal disease and insect damage, protecting the environment and providing food, feed, fiber and fuel for communities across the globe. Seed...
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  • The Role of Conservation Agriculture: Progression at Work

    • During the last 80 years, crop protection products and other modern agricultural tools have evolved to improve the quality of natural resources.
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  • The Role of Precision Agriculture: Progression at Work

    • Farming looks vastly different than it did 80 years ago, moving from the Great Depression to ‘The Great Progression.'
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