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Dutch agriculture is defined by vast landscapes of greenhouses. Some are covering 175 acres.
In the Westland region, greenhouses fill the voids between cities, suburbs, and industrial p...
Tech-savvy farmers use hydroponic systems and geothermal energy to produce high yields using limited resources.
Due to a controlled indoor environment, Dutch greenhouses use 1:1 gallons...
In the early 2000s, the Dutch made a national commitment to a new form of sustainable agriculture that uses no chemical pesticides and has seen a reduction of antibiotics by 60%.
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