EU agriculture ministers delve into low-carbon farming

Strasbourg – EU agriculture ministers, including Slovenia’s Jože Podgoršek, learned on Monday about a low-carbon farming project and the work of France’s Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAe) in the field of viticulture, as part of a two-day informal meeting hosted by the French EU presidency. The first day of the meeting was, as tradition dictates, dedicated to a field visit with a focus on good agricultural practices, a press release by the Slovenian Agriculture Ministry reads. The ministers started their visit at the INRAe, where they learned…

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