Nearly 8 in every 10 Liberians survives solely on the food they grow. In the last three seasons unpredictable rain and higher temperatures have wrought havoc on their crops. In this episode farmers in Bong County tell our reporter Evelyn Kpadeh Seagbeh that they can no longer grow enough food to survive. Meanwhile Liberia's agriculture industry, which brings in 90% of the country's export earnings, is also facing a crisis. Climate change means rubber, palm oil and cocoa are more difficult for Liberian farmers to grow. What can farmers do to adapt? And what is the government and the international community doing to help?