Malaysia Urgently Needs Agricultural Revolution
Out-of-the-box solutions necessary, not “Ag 4.0”
By: Murray Hunter
Malaysia faces acute shortages of staples like chicken, eggs, beef and mutton, and with prices rising for vegetables including tomatoes, cucumbers, chilies, cabbages, beans, peppers, and various salad leaves due to labor shortages and dramatic increases in fertilizer and transport costs, almost all of it due to government venality and i…
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