Fielding dreams


Sunny outlook: The Agriculture and Food Security Ministry says there is a growing interests among youths to get involved in farming. — Agencies

OVER the last decade, farming in the country has been described by several experts as an ageing sector which is in dire need of new green thumbs.

As the world pivots into embracing careers stemming from social media booms or Internet of Things (IoT) technology as a choice path, farming or becoming agropreneurs is not seen as a rewarding vocation for youths in general.

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