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Agriculture faces worker shortage

Friday 17 August 2018 | Published in Environment

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Agriculture faces worker shortage
Agricultural land on Mangaia has potential to grow more produce for the Rarotonga market. 17120149

Labour shortages affecting agriculture in the Cook Islands were among issues discussed during a four-day programme promoting the saving of non-hybrid open pollinated seed, held at the Ministry of Agriculture this week.

Labour shortages affecting agriculture in the Cook Islands were among issues discussed during a four-day programme promoting the saving of non-hybrid open pollinated seed, held at the Ministry of Agriculture this week.


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