Hong Kong now gets the bulk of its vegetables from the mainland, itself producing only 2 per cent of consumption - a trend exacerbated as farmers such as Lai Wing-kuen and his wife Cheung Yuk-ming (inserted below) are forced off the land.

Call for incentives to help farmers stay on the land and boost Hong Kong's self-suffiency

Rapidly vanishing farms have heightened concern about Hong Kong's over-reliance on food imports. It's time to give market gardeners a boost, writes Elaine Yau

Hong Kong now gets the bulk of its vegetables from the mainland, itself producing only 2 per cent of consumption - a trend exacerbated as farmers such as Lai Wing-kuen and his wife Cheung Yuk-ming (inserted below) are forced off the land.
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