This discussion took place during the AgriFood Forum 2022 on November 15, 2022. The topic discussed was Urban Agriculture: potential, challenges, and possibilities. People from Hungary, Lithuania, Russia, and other countries were present.
Lithuania: The potential, challenges and possibilities of urban agriculture
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