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Farmers face threat of climate change worldwide

By TVC News Nigeria
06 December 2019   |   6:40 am
Climate change is the most serious environmental threat facing farmers worldwide, it affects agriculture in several ways including its direct impact on food production. TVC news correspondent Ibrahim Isa paid a visit to some farmlands in Kano and reports on how farmers are adapting to the effect of climate change in the state

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