The future of blackberries is uncertain as the nation’s top crop declines.
A federal report this week showed the crop is on the brink of extinction.
And it’s not just blackberries that are being affected.
The federal government estimates that as much as half of the nation will be without blackberries by 2050, and nearly 20% will be in the process of disappearing.
This will be a huge blow to a crop that is an important part of our national food supply.
A new study from Cornell University found that by 2050 blackberries could become the second-most important crop in the U.S. after corn.
The researchers also forecast that the loss of blackberry production would create more than 1.5 million jobs.
Here’s what you need to know about the blackberry’s future.
What are blackberries?
Blackberries are a member of the family of fruits known as the American red, yellow and orange.
They are found in the wild and are widely cultivated in North America, Europe and Asia.
They grow to be as big as a grapefruit, and can reach nearly twice their size.
Blackberries have been an important crop throughout history, but their value in our diet is still a little-known fact.
While they are commonly used in desserts, jams and jellies, their flavor is usually overshadowed by the sweetness and acidity of other fruits like blueberries.
For centuries, blackberries were consumed as a dessert, and it was only during the Industrial Revolution that the fruits became popular as a mainstay of the American diet.
The U.K. also introduced blackberry jam in the 18th century, and the U,S.
became major players in the export of the crop in this country.
While the blackberries have fallen out of favor as a staple in the diet, they are still grown commercially in many parts of the world.
In some areas, such as Europe, blackberry farms are thriving and provide a viable alternative to conventional farming.
There are many reasons for the decline of blackbrier production.
Farmers are losing interest in the crop, and its impact on the food chain is being overstated, the researchers said.
Farmers, especially those that grow it in the southern United States, are increasingly using other fruits, such atriums, for their crops.
This includes berries such as cranberries, raspberries and blueberries, and as well as citrus fruits like orange and lemon.
In addition to losing their market share, blackbriars are also becoming a less expensive food source, and more and more people are moving to produce their own food.
In the future, a growing number of people may be looking for fresh produce in the form of berries and other fruits.
The scientists found that the number of black berries being grown has grown by over 100% over the past 30 years, and that these crops are now the second most important crop grown in the United States.
Blackberry growers in particular have been growing blackberries in large numbers for more than 20 years, increasing the number and size of fields they can grow to accommodate their increasing crop needs.
And farmers are increasingly trying to grow more of their own blackberries, according to the researchers.
The study estimates that by the 2050s, there will be no blackberry crop left in the US.
The decline of the blackbru, or blueberry, will affect a lot of people and affect the entire food system.
There’s a lot to worry about in terms of climate change, the study said.
There is a lot going on in terms for climate change and food security, which is why I don to see a world in 2050 where blackberry is a major food source.
Black berry is growing rapidly, but it’s really in trouble Black briers are an important source of protein in a number of foods.
In many ways, they provide the same benefits to people who are not meat eaters as they do to vegetarians.
They also contain large amounts of vitamin B1, which helps to protect against some cancers and diabetes.
The Cornell researchers are not the only ones to have worried about the fate of black berry.
In January, a study by the World Health Organization warned that the declining availability of the berries is a threat to global health.
Black berries were also an important ingredient in the breads and cereals that we eat, including the famous breads we eat every day.
But now that they’re gone, it’s going to be really hard to grow enough blackberries for a healthy diet, said Marko Vanbergen, a professor of food policy and sustainability at Cornell University.
And the problem is not only about black berries, but about everything that goes into food and the environment.
The report warns that the destruction of the U in the 1960s and 1970s “changed everything” in terms with the food production.
Now, the world is going to have to change as well, because of climate and other factors, Vanbergens