Saturday, November 7, 2015

Farm and Food Photos November 8, 2015

Hundreds of crab traps sit in the parking lot of the Pillar Point Harbor on November 5, 2015 in Half Moon Bay, California. The California Fish and Game Commission voted Thursday to suspend the recreational Dungeness crab fishing for 180 days due to the a high level of the deadly neurotoxin domoic acid that has been found in the meat and viscera of Dungeness crabs caught off the coast of San Francisco. Photo credit: Justin Sullivan / Getty Images.

Founder and Chief Creative Officer, MSLO Martha Stewart and the winners in agricultural category (L-R) Lucian Smith of Smith Family Farms, Kelly Morris of Rainbow Iris Farm, Viraj Puri of Gotham Greens, Gary Schneider of Pine Island Tropicals, Steve Cucura of Fruitscapes and Annie Hayes of Annie's Annuals speak on stage during 'Winners Moment - Agricultural' during Martha Stewart American Made Summit at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Headquarters on November 7, 2015 in New York City. Photo credit: Bryan Bedder / Getty Images.

A picture taken on November 6, 2015 shows eggs in a poultry farm November 6, 2015 in Plumeliau, western of France. Photo credit: AFP PHOTO / FRED TANNEAU / Getty Images.

A producer of Espelette pepper speaks with a visitor on November 6, 2015 during the 10th edition of the Lurrama Basque Agriculture Fair in Biarritz, south western France. Photo credit: AFP PHOTO / GAIZKA IROZ / Getty Images.

A vendor unloads produce from a cart at a fruit stall inside the Chinatown Wet Market in Singapore, on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015. The Monetary Authority of Singapore eased monetary policy for the second time this year last month, as trade ministry data showed the economy narrowly avoided a technical recession, saying weakening prospects for global growth will pose headwinds in the coming months. Photo credit: Nicky Loh / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

Indian farm workers work to grow capsicum peppers at a greenhouse in Ganeshpura, some 30 km from Ahmedabad, on November 4, 2015. Indian farmers have moved to growing their produce in greenhouses in recent years as they offer more protection for crops from heavy rains, roving hordes of insects and stray cattle, in contrast to growing in open fields, and also enable allow agriculture workers to control water levels for the plants. Photo credit: AFP PHOTO / Sam PANTHAKY / Getty Images.

A women harvests olives in the village of Mornag, situated in the locality of Ben Arous, near the Tunisian capital Tunis on November 6, 2015. The olive harvest season in Tunisia began in late October. Photo credit: AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID / Getty Images.

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