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Youth Urged To Develop Apps That Solve Agricultural Problems

Calling Farmers | July 28, 2014
Food security, praedial larceny, marketing, drought, food importation bill management…. These are just a few challenges within the Agricultural Sector waiting to be solved. Junior Science, Technology, Energy and Mining Minister, Julian Robinson, says computer applications can help.
Presenter: Camelia Guthrie
Producer: Evadne Brown
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