Outfarmed

An aerial photo shows farmers cultivating their land near Suntenjaya village in West Bandung district, West Java, on Thursday (02/08). Agus Pakpahan of the Indonesian Farmer Reconciliation Association (HKTI) said agricultural conditions in the country continue to decline in comparison with developed countries, especially in terms of land availability. He cited the United States as example, where one farmer has access to an average of 200 hectares, while the same amount of land is shared by thousands of people in Indonesia. (Antara Photo/Raisan Al Farisi)

By : JG | on 4:41 PM August 03, 2018
Category : Snapshots, Multimedia, Photos

An aerial photo shows farmers cultivating their land near Suntenjaya village in West Bandung district, West Java, on Thursday (02/08). Agus Pakpahan of the Indonesian Farmer Reconciliation Association (HKTI) said agricultural conditions in the country continue to decline in comparison with developed countries, especially in terms of land availability. He cited the United States as example, where one farmer has access to an average of 200 hectares, while the same amount of land is shared by thousands of people in Indonesia. (Antara Photo/Raisan Al Farisi)

 
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