According to stats, by 2050, there would be 10 billion stomachs to fill. To keep these 10 billion people out of hunger, we’d have to clear most of the world’s forests. Which is not a wise decision to make, we guess. So what is the right step to take then? Sustainable Agriculture!

And without any doubt, the Netherlands leads in this race. 

The country has been making special environmentally-friendly changes in their agriculture to allow the plants, especially tomatoes, to soak in water and nutrients as much as possible even under low levels. Moreover, farmers also keep away chemical pesticides and maintain the soil nutrient levels natural and harmless substances. Unlike most farmers, farmers in the country are advised to take precise steps and avoid over or under-production. This allows them to manage their natural, exhaustible resources better than average farmers. 

To get in-depth knowledge about the practices employed in the Netherlands, click on the link below:

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/11/netherlands-dutch-farming-agriculture-sustainable/

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