2 comments Posted October 24, 2018 12:19:59In an effort to improve regional diversity, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has created a new regional variation in its regional variation toolkit, which now includes regional variations for a wide range of crops and foods.

The regional variations toolkit was introduced in 2018, but has only been available to farmers for the past five years.

The toolkit provides a broad and comprehensive set of regional variations to help farmers plan their farm and farm-related activities.

Farmers can then use the regional variations database to research potential opportunities and opportunities for their businesses.

The USDA’s regional variation database is an interactive map that provides detailed information on regional variation across the U, and it will allow farmers to better understand the challenges and opportunities in their region.

For example, a farmer can access the regional variation map for an area and then view the geographic information in that area on the map.

The map will also allow farmers a detailed view of the potential locations of potential new locations for their farms, and a map showing potential locations for new and existing farms, as well as the potential impact of any new agricultural land acquisition in the area.

The map will help farmers decide which potential sites to acquire in the future, and will help them to understand how they can best utilize land in the areas where they plan to plant crops.

The regional variations tools also help farmers make better business decisions.

The database will help producers to plan for the future of their farms.

Farmers may be able to plan to grow their crops on land in an area that is located near an existing farmer’s farm, or they may be planning to plant their crops closer to a farm that already has a farm.

The USDA said that because of the diversity of the region, it is important for producers to understand the potential impacts of a potential change in land use in their area.

To learn more about the regional differences toolkit and how to use it, check out the following resources: