Sunday, November 6, 2016

Global Food and Agriculture Photos November 6, 2016

This roundup of global food, farming, and agricultural photos appears every Sunday on Big Picture Agriculture.


A cyclist and child ride past freshly harvested Daikon radishes hanging from a scaffolding-frame, constructed by JA Hyogo Nishi Agricultural Cooperative, to dry in the production of pickles in Shiso, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016. Unusually poor weather in western Japan and a rise in food prices, particularly for vegetables, in September suggest risk of a downside surprise in Japan's household spending. Photo credit: Buddhika Weerasinghe / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

Farmers load freshly harvested Daikon radishes onto a trailer at a field in Tatsuno, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016. Photo credit: Buddhika Weerasinghe / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

This aerial picture taken on November 3, 2016 shows tourists walking through the tea plantations near Longjing village near Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province in east China. Longjing is regarded as one of the best teas in China, as well as one of the most expensive. Photo credit: AFP / JOHANNES EISELE / Getty Images.

A farmer waters a vegetable plot at Gazipur on October 31, 2016 near Dhaka, Bangladesh. Agriculture is the largest employment sector in Bangladesh. As of 2016, it employs 47% of the total labor force and comprises 16% of the country's GDP. Photo credit: Corbis News / Sk Hasan Ali / Getty Images.

People harvest saffron flowers on November 2, 2016 in San Pellegrino, near Norcia, three days after a 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit central Italy. Some 3,000 farms in the earthquake-hit region of central Italy are in danger of being abandoned and need urgent help, the main Italian farming union said on Tuesday. Farming is the primary industry in the mountainous region where tens of thousands of livestock are affected, according to Coldiretti. Photo credit: AFP / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE / Getty Images.

A worker unloads fruits imported from Turkey at Moscow's Food City agricultural cluster. Early October Russian Government has excluded oranges, tangerines, apricots, peaches, and plums from the list of products banned for import from Turkey. Photo credit: Dmitry Serebryakov / TASS / Getty Images.

Richard Seaworth holds a photo of his father, and others, working at their sugar beet farm in 1929 in Wellington, Colorado November 02, 2016. From pitchforks to GPS guided tractors the sugar beet farm has seen many changes throughout the years. Photo credit: Denver Post / RJ Sangosti / Getty Images.

A conveyor belt carries sugar beets to a pile at the Seaworth's farm in Wellington, Colorado November 02, 2016. Photo credit: Denver Post / RJ Sangosti / Getty Images.

Fishermen sort fish during the traditional carp haul at Zablatsky pond near the south Bohemian town of Trebon on October 31, 2016, Czech Republic. Carp, the traditional Czech Christmas Eve dinner served with potato salad, is fished primarily from southern Bohemian ponds and fishermen use traditional methods of catching the local carps. Photo credit: Matej Divizna / Getty Images.

A photo shows Espelette peppers on display on the wall of a house on October 30, 2016 in Espelette, southern France, during the celebration of the Espelette Pepper. Photo credit: AFP / GAIZKA IROZ / Getty Images.

People make kimchi, a traditional Korean dish of spicy fermented cabbage and radish, during a kimchi making festival in Seoul on November 4, 2016. The kimchi produced during the event is distributed among South Korea's poorer households, and traditionally marks the start of the winter season. Photo credit: AFP / Ed JONES / Getty Images.

In this photo taken on November 4, 2016, dancers of the Miao ethnic minority in traditional costumes attend a banquet at the end of their New Year festival at Leishan county, southwestern province of Guizhou. To an ear-splitting soundtrack of chanting and drums, 400 young dancers in spangled outfits clanged sickles and kick-stepped before thousands of spectators and a dais of a dozen Chinese officials. The performance was one of many on display at Leishan county in the southwestern province of Guizhou, as a lavish government-sponsored opening ceremony kicked off new year celebrations for the Miao ethnic minority - a group of about 12 million people who are more at home in their own languages than in Mandarin Chinese. Photo credit: AFP / FRED DUFOUR / Getty Images.

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