Agricultural geography is a branch of human geography that studies the spatial relationships that exist between humans and agriculture.
The United States produces one-third of the world's corn.
Pumpkins are a popular gourd for Halloween and Thanksgiving in the United States.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are helping to document irrigation practices around the world and determine their effectiveness.
German geographer Johann Heinrich von Thünen created one of the first geographical models related to agricultural land use.
Farmers have greater access to geospatial tools that can help mitigate some agricultural challenges.