Current Affairs
What will we do if local fruit and vegetables are no longer grown?

Today a career in science, technology or finance are the sectors which guarantee the best salaries, however for Clyde, farming is his way of life. He has followed in his father’s footsteps and is a full-time farmer.

While rain is a God send, the sun is also necessary to grow agricultural produce. But are the Maltese seeking out local products when they go shopping? And what can be done to encourage more young people to work as full-time farmers?

Clyde spoke about the challenges and opportunities in the agricultural sector in Malta when Glen Falzon met up with him at his field and interviewed him for the programme Insights which was transmitted yesterday on TVM.

You can watch a repeat of Insights on TVMi – Insights is transmitted every Sunday evening at 10.30pm on TVM.

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