Malaysia is entering a serious food security conundrum


ARABLE land is defined by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as land currently used, or potentially capable of being used, to grow seasonal crops.

This definition excludes land used for pasturing, tree-farming (or “silviculture”), or for more durable agricultural products such as vineyards, orchards, and coffee and rubber plantations.

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