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A worker dries organic coffee beans prod...A worker dries organic coffee beans produced at the Fortaleza Environmental Farm in Mococa, some 300 km northeast of Sao Paulo, Brazil on August 6, 2015. AFP PHOTO / NELSON ALMEIDANELSON ALMEIDA/AFP/Getty Images

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A worker dries organic coffee beans produced at the Fortaleza Environmental Farm in Mococa, some 300 km northeast of Sao Paulo, Brazil 

A Polish harvest helper poses with German 'Virgin' tobacco in a field in Bad Krozingen, Germany on Wednesday

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A Polish harvest helper poses with German ‘Virgin’ tobacco in a field in Bad Krozingen, Germany on Wednesday

Members of the public on a private tour make their way through rows of lavender  on the Lordington Lavender farm in West Sussex. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 14, 2015

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Members of the public on a private tour make their way through rows of lavender on Tuesday on the Lordington Lavender farm in West Sussex

Revellers walk through rubbish left in front of the Pyramid Stage as they leave Worthy Farm in Somerset after the Glastonbury Festival in Britain June 29, 2015

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Revellers walk through rubbish left in front of the Pyramid Stage as they leave Worthy Farm in Somerset after the Glastonbury Festival in Britain on Monday

Fans scream for James Bay as he performs on the Pyramid stage at the Glastonbury Festival, at Worthy Farm in Somerset

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Fans scream for James Bay as he performs on the Pyramid stage at the Glastonbury Festival, at Worthy Farm in Somerset

A festivalgoer rests in the sunshine at the Glastonbury Festival, at Worthy Farm in Somerset. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday June 24, 2015. Organisers believe around 90% of the 135,000 ticket-holders will have set up camp by the end of the day, in a bid to get the best camping spots.

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A festival-goer rests in the sunshine at the Glastonbury Festival, at Worthy Farm in Somerset. Organisers believe about 90% of the 135,000 ticket-holders will have set up camp by the end of the day on Wednesday.

Steven Ashworth, the huntsman of the Hol...Steven Ashworth, the huntsman of the Holcombe Hunt, exercises his hounds near Bury, northern England, on October 31, 2014, before tomorrow's hunt which takes place on the first day of the official hunting season. The Holcombe Hunt is one of the UK's oldest hunts, whose lineage is traceable back to 1086. Today with the prohibition on hunting foxes and other wildlife with dogs in England, the Holcombe Hunt practice 'trail hunting', where a scent is laid down in a trail for the hounds to follow, simulating the hounds catching the scent of the hunt's quarry.  AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFFOLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images

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Steven Ashworth, the huntsman of the Holcombe Hunt, exercises his hounds near Bury, northern England, before tomorrow’s hunt which takes place on the first day of the official hunting season. The Holcombe Hunt is one of the UK’s oldest hunts, whose lineage is traceable back to 1086. Today with the prohibition on hunting foxes and other wildlife with dogs in England, the Holcombe Hunt practice ‘trail hunting’, where a scent is laid down in a trail for the hounds to follow, simulating the hounds catching the scent of the hunt’s quarry. 

Fishermen row a boat loaded with mullet near the fishing farm in the Crimean village of Olenivka. Russian wheat has made a surprise early exit from key global export markets, despite the country's near-record crop, after domestic prices rose in the fall-out from the Ukraine crisis. Moscow in early August imposed a one-year ban on all meat, fish, dairy, fruit and vegetables from the United States, the 28 European Union countries, Canada, Australia and Norway.

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Fishermen row a boat loaded with mullet near the fishing farm in the Crimean village of Olenivka. Russian wheat has made a surprise early exit from key global export markets, despite the country’s near-record crop, after domestic prices rose in the fall-out from the Ukraine crisis

North Korean men cycle in the rain past homes built for farmers at the Mangyongdae Cooperative Farm, Wednesday, July 30, 2014 in Pyongyang, North Korea. As the planting season ends and the rainy season begins, North Koreans are girding for the possibility of floods, which, after weeks of drought, have already caused some damage across wide swaths of the nation.

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North Korean men cycle in the rain past homes built for farmers at the Mangyongdae Cooperative Farm on Wednesday in Pyongyang, North Korea. As the planting season ends and the rainy season begins, North Koreans are preparing for the possibility of floods

Wheat Harvest As Agriculture Prices Threaten Central Bank's Inflation Forcasts...Bloomberg Photo Service 'Best of the Week': A farm worker walks through a wheat field during a crop harvest in Panipat, Haryana, India, on Monday, April 7, 2014. Inflation has been among the key issues in the nationís current general election campaign and uncertainty over guaranteed agriculture prices is among the risks to the central bankís inflation forecast, the Reserve Bank said. Photographer: Prashanth Vishwanathanan/Bloomberg

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A farm worker walks through wheat during a harvest in Panipat, Haryana, India. Inflation is a main issue in the general election campaign and uncertainty over guaranteed agriculture prices poses a risk to inflation forecasts, the country’s central bank said.

Thai lotus farmer Usa Mahmueangbon, 47, picks lotus flowers in her family's lotus and water lily farm in Saladin village in Nakhon Pathom, about 50 kms west of Bangkok, Thailand 28 August 2013. The farm is run by her and her two sisters and was started 30 years-ago by their now deceased father. Every second day to allow for re-growth of the beautiful flower, the sisters wade into the 2.4 hectare cultivated  waters to hand pick about 1,500 lotus flowers that are then sold to a wholesaler who pays less than half a euro per flower and takes them to market for further onward sale as decoration, temple offerings and sometimes food.

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Thai lotus farmer Usa Mahmueangbon, 47, picks lotus flowers in her family’s lotus and water lily farm in Saladin village in Nakhon Pathom, about 50km west of Bangkok, Thailand.

A pig passes a site where firemen try to...A pig passes a site where firemen try to extinguish a fire on a farm in Bad Duerheim, southern Germany. AFP PHOTO / DPA/ MARC EICH    GERMANY OUTMARC EICH/AFP/Getty Images

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A pig passes a group of firemen attempting to extinguish a fire on a farm in Bad Duerrheim, southern Germany 

QUZHOU, CHINA - APRIL 24:  (CHINA OUT) A farmer tends his ducks along a road on April 24, 2013 in Quzhou, China. China on Wednesday confirmed one new case of H7N9 avian influenza, bringing the total to 109 cases in the country, with 22 deaths. Taiwan comfirmed its first case on Wednesday.

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A farmer tends his ducks on Tuesday in Quzhou, China. On Wednesday a new case of H7N9 avian influenza was confirmed, bringing the total to 109 cases in the country, with 22 deaths. Taiwan confirmed its first case on Wednesday.