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The Middle East taps into dry agriculture to grow crops in a harsh climate

by Futures Centre, Mar 13
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UAE Portrait of a Nation: A champion of dry agriculture | The National

DUBAI // The Middle East needs more people like Dr Ismahane Elouafi. In fact, much of the world does. An expert in food and water security, she has a crucial role to play at a time when farmers across the region are increasingly struggling to grow crops in what is clearly a harsh climate.

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