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How can we triple our food output without tripling the agricultural land used?
New methods and technologies are here to help – from Vertical Farming, to Multi-Crop Harversters, to Automated Machinery and AgriRobots supported by satellites, drones, AI, and the Internet of Things – getting food to your plate faster, cheaper, and more sustainably than ever.
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