A new breed of crop is coming to the UK.
The idea is to produce more food with fewer labour and water, and is taking root across the country.
The aim is to solve some of the biggest problems facing Britain’s food security and the country’s growing population.
And yet the idea of a more sustainable agricultural system has been gaining traction in recent years, especially in rural areas.
Agriculture in Britain and elsewhere has become increasingly expensive, and there are signs that the costs are hitting the small, medium and large farms hardest.
That has led to farmers becoming more efficient.
But there is still a lot of work to be done.
“We have the same problem as the last 20 years, and we have got to make a concerted effort to change the model,” said Mark Bovey, head of the International Food Policy Research Institute, which is supporting the initiative.
He said that the world’s food supply is more complex than ever before, with the need to meet global targets, with changes in climate, demand and other factors, including rising water use, is just one.
“It’s a massive change in our approach,” he said.
Boveys research suggests that agriculture is the “single most important contributor to climate change” and a “major driver of food insecurity” in the world.
The UK, with about 10 per cent of the world population, is also a major exporter of food, and has one of the lowest food prices in the developed world.
“Farmers are going to be more efficient in the future, because we’re going to get better results from them,” Boveies research found.
“That means that it’s going to make more sense to invest in those areas, which will allow us to have better results for our farmers, so that they can be better prepared for the challenges that we have,” he added.
It is a trend that is spreading across the world, as well as in Britain.
While it is true that some countries are growing faster, the UK is experiencing a slowdown, with some regions seeing a “significant increase” in land use and other changes, including increased urbanisation.
This is in contrast to many other developed countries, which have seen rapid growth.
The latest figures from the World Bank show that food prices across the globe have gone up by nearly $500 billion over the last decade.
In Britain, the government is trying to tackle this with its plan to invest £3 billion ($5.5 billion) in agriculture by 2020.
“Agriculture is one of those areas where you can have a positive impact if you are going into it with the right mindset,” said John MacFarlane, a food policy expert at the University of Strathclyde in Scotland.
“If you’re going into a system where you’re not investing in a particular sector or sector of agriculture, you are not doing that much of anything.”
Bove’s research suggests this will help farmers.
In rural areas, where there are fewer people to help them, there is less of a need to spend more money on new equipment, he said, and farmers will also be able to use their existing land more effectively.
“When you start investing in the right areas, it will make sense to use that space more efficiently, and it will be much more cost effective,” he told The Globe and Mail.
The new technology also makes it possible to use more water.
Water is a crucial part of the system that allows crops to grow, but is expensive.
So Bove said that while the “smaller farmers are going up and the big farmers are down” there will be more investment in water and infrastructure.
“There is a real opportunity for them to do much better in terms of water conservation, and to be able use water much more effectively,” he explained.
“You can use less water, you can get water in much more efficiently.
There’s an opportunity for everybody, because everyone is trying, and you don’t have to be the biggest farmer to have the biggest impact.”
The challenge for farmers is that the new technology could take years to become fully widespread.
The government has also not made the investment yet, but has announced it will invest £50 million ($85 million) over the next three years.
So far, the Government has spent just over £4 billion ($6.3 billion) on water infrastructure, but this is expected to grow.
The Government’s plans will also include a new programme to develop a new, cheaper way of growing food.
And it is planning to increase the amount of water available to farmers through a scheme called ‘sustainable water supply’.
But for now, Bove says that the system is still being developed.
He says that, while it is important to get the new technologies right, it is also important to take a “slow-and-steady approach”, because there is a long way to go.
“Our goal is to get our water systems to be good enough that farmers