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Friday, 31 July 2015 15:27

FROM FARM TO MARKET: THE BUSINESS OF WATERMELON/ PINE FARMING

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The agricultural sector is suffering in some parts of the country, because young people aren't attracted to the land and the cost of production to gaining market space and price fluctuates considerably, which makes farming relatively unattractive to entrepreneurs.

That's one of the sentiments of mega-watermelon farmer Roger Lobin, who spoke to Inside Business at his massive watermelon spread in Tableland. Here's our Business Reporter, Roger Dwarika. View the Report

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