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by Frank Viviano
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31 August 2017
On 31 August 2017 National Geographic reported:
Almost two decades ago, the Dutch made a national commitment to sustainable agriculture under the rallying cry 'Twice as much food using half as many resources.' Since 2000, Dutch farmer van den Borne and many of his fellow farmers have reduced dependence on water for key crops by as much as 90 per cent. They've almost completely eliminated the use of chemical pesticides on plants in greenhouses, and since 2009 Dutch poultry and livestock producers have cut their use of antibiotics by as much as 60 per cent.
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