The coronavirus has disrupted and impacted every type of agriculture in every corner of the globe. Supply chains have snapped, consumer demand has surged and waned, and the food sector has had to shutter or dramatically transform its business model. The future will look different from the past. In the long run, what opportunities could farmers harvest? With today’s technology, logistics, and connectivity, how quickly can the agricultural industry pivot and solve problems in ways never done before? CGTN’s Guan Yang brings you live from a cherry farm in northeastern China’s Liaoning Province.
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