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After the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Cuban agriculture had to face the challenge of doubling food production, whilst halving inputs and also maintaining food export production to sustain foreign exchange. And yet, faced with these challenges, Cuban farmers and scientists have turned to a variety of traditional, alternative and renewable technologies in the production of food and energy in order to achieve a sustainable economy.
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