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Ukraine war: How the Russian invasion is changing farmers’ crops

By DW
17 September 2022   |   5:59 pm
The war in Ukraine has made wheat farming and export difficult. So local farmers are turning to oil-producing plants instead. The government plans to build an innovative pipeline into Poland to help them.

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