Farming is often in the news. This section is to help you Dig deeper to hear farmers' views on lots of important and topical issues surrounding how our food is grown and how this affects the countryside. Watch and listen to our farmers below and discuss with your teacher and friends what you think about what you have heard.
How to grow top quality melons? Senegal's melon story reveals the secrets of success in Africa for producing and then shipping delicious fruits to Europe.
In Africa farmers are using energy from the sun to provide the power to pump the water from river to field, to give what the crops need - one drip at a time.
African farmers use 'charcoal coolers' to store their crops before packing. Could you make a fridge with pieces of wood, some netting, a length of pipe and some charcoal?
Six farmers fill a shopping basket to show you how what you choose to buy and eat affects what farmers do and the look of the landscape.
Join us as we follow a crop of green beans all the way from the farm field in Kenya to the shop shelf here in the UK. We meet the farmers, pickers and packers in the green been story.
Come with us to Ghana to meet the characters, and see the care and the commitment that brings pineapples from the field to the store, prepared and ready to eat.
Some people think agriculture is bad for the natural world. In this video six farmers explain what they do to produce food and care for the countryside and wildlife.
There are so many types and sizes of farms in the UK. Two farmers - one with a large business and one with a small one - explain what their farming lives are like.
Water is precious, but crops need it to grow. So farmers need to collect, store, use and re-use water carefully on the farm.