A couple shows the fierce tenacity of the Russian people as they seek to help pull their country’s agriculture out of the past using remarkable new technologies. Using drones and automated tractors, their once struggling potato farm is thriving.
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“Many people think that there is no future in agriculture, so that’s why we want to change it.”
“In agriculture we work with nature and it’s always unpredictable. But Russian people never give up.”
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