'Working in paddy fields is backward and confines us to a life of poverty." This is a common sentiment among rice growers as younger generations sell off their land and leave for the cities. More often than not, they end up even more destitute. But things need not continue this way.
The introduction of a new agricultural technique that combines integrated land management with the use of a groundbreaking biosubstance promises to increase the annual revenue of farmers by up to 52 times their average income.
In other words, a farmer working on just one rai of land will be able to cut production costs by a third, increasing his annual income from an average of between 5,000 and 10,000 baht to as much as 259,000 baht.
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