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Greece subsidies loss sparks farming overhaul

Younger Greek generation reinvents farming as profitable enterprise with surprising results.

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Farmers in Greece are suffering with the rest of the country as the recession deepens.

Subsidies to farmers have fallen and many say they can no longer afford to stay in business. But a new generation is taking to the land, with dynamic and surprising results.

Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from Korinth, southern Greece.

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