Slovenia Needs More Arable Land for Food Self-Sufficiency
Ljubljana, 26 March - Slovenia is running short on agriculture land per capita to secure its population a sufficient production of food. While the UN put Slovenia in a region where 3,000 square metres of arable land per capita is needed, the 2010 data of the Slovenian Statistics Office show the country only had 2,300 square metres.
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