Farmers plant rice in a paddy in Thailand in this undated photo. As the world is realising the scale of our agrifood system challenges, research is being conducted around the world on enhancing traditional systems such as those where different crop species are grown together or where fish are farmed along with food crops. Photo: Ron Emmons
Farmers plant rice in a paddy in Thailand in this undated photo. As the world is realising the scale of our agrifood system challenges, research is being conducted around the world on enhancing traditional systems such as those where different crop species are grown together or where fish are farmed along with food crops. Photo: Ron Emmons

Letters | Rear fish in a rice paddy? Old ways can future-proof food production

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Farmers plant rice in a paddy in Thailand in this undated photo. As the world is realising the scale of our agrifood system challenges, research is being conducted around the world on enhancing traditional systems such as those where different crop species are grown together or where fish are farmed along with food crops. Photo: Ron Emmons
Farmers plant rice in a paddy in Thailand in this undated photo. As the world is realising the scale of our agrifood system challenges, research is being conducted around the world on enhancing traditional systems such as those where different crop species are grown together or where fish are farmed along with food crops. Photo: Ron Emmons
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