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Yasothon farmer Eiam Sompeng predicts modern methods will be key to the survival of hom mali

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With his thick and coarse fingers, the pen looks too small and out of place in Eiam Sompeng's hand. The shape of his hands and fingers confirm that he is a farmer, through and through. 

Eiam Sompeng.

Born in Yasothon province 65 years ago, Eiam has been farming rice since he was young. Like many farmers in Thailand, his education background was brief _ "I graduated Prathom 4. Period."

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