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Modern cultivation methods makes for model Kratie farm

Publication date 23 March 2023 | 21:09 | ICT

More and more of the Kingdom’s farmers are moving away from traditional methods of cultivation, after realising that modern techniques offer a path out of subsistance farming.



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