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Knowledge, technology and perception gaps hinder farmers' adoption of climate actions

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EU agriculture still faces major ‘gaps’ in terms of knowledge, technology and perception, which prevents the sector from adopting more effective measures to address climate change, a Commission representative has argued.


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