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Photo and video report in National Geographic on high-tech farming and innovation in the Netherlands

This journalistic photo and video reportage on the National Geographic website shows some of the most high-tech farming methods in the world, based in the Netherlands.

The reportage contains video interviews, text, infographics and striking images about Dutch agriculture. It also discusses sustainability.

You can find the reportage here.

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