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This project, part of Coca-Cola’s water replenishment program in Turkey since 2013, promotes the use of an ecosystem approach to improve climate change adaptation through a partnership the Coca-Cola Life Plus Foundation, Turkish Ministry of Agriculture and the Nature Conservation Center. Video Rating: / 5 Going back five generations, Brad Goehring’s family has owned vineyards in Clements, California. To combat a statewide labor shortage, he has turned to automating his farm work. » Subscribe to NBC News: » Watch more NBC video: NBC News is a leading source of global news and information. Here you will find clips from NBC Nightly News, Meet The Press, and original digital videos. Subscribe to our channel for news stories, technology, politics, health, entertainment, science, business, and exclusive NBC investigations. Connect with NBC News Online! Visit NBCNews.Com: Find NBC News on Facebook: Follow NBC News on Twitter: Follow NBC News on Google+: Follow NBC News on Instagram: Follow NBC News on Pinterest: The Future Of Farming Without Farmworkers | Mach | NBC News Related PostsThe Future of AgricultureFuture of Farming: how is technology transforming agriculture?The Future of AgricultureBsc Agriculture future scope||Full details about agriculture course🤔The Future of AgricultureThe Future of Agriculture and Human Health

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  • George Cass 11 months ago

    Yeah workers not you thats the problem

  • George Cass 11 months ago

    Wrong framers are framing more than they can farm .

  • Funny how people talk about karma and "this is what you get when you elect the current administration", yet if you'd watched the entire thing you'd see the worker shortage is leading to more high tech machinery replacing jobs most people don't want to do. In a few decades these jobs may not even be needed.
    Furthermore, there are endless other factors at work. Easy access to welfare, Americans would rather take that than work. Many Americans are no longer raised in a way that gets them used to working hard, and thus they can't cope with it. Farmers favoring immigrants who have no concept of an 8 hour work day, worker rights, or first world lifestyle. There are currently several lawsuits brought to court by laid off black farm workers who say they were replaced by immigrants. Wages that Americans can not live off of. Farm jobs are just one of many fields that wages have stagnated in, along with construction, landscaping, road work, etc. This stagnation is also reaching into finance and technology with the mass importation of H1B visa holders.

  • Mike Jones 11 months ago

    Couldn't stay interested long enough, but I have a solution. Put convicts in chains and force them to work the fields. Instead of having them live on the government's teat, make them earn a living. Another solution is to force the farmers pay a decent wage and let the "free market" decide their fate. Instead of big business being a profit monger, let the true value for everything be revealed.

  • Teimur 11 months ago

    So farmers were abusing migrant workers paying them below minimum wage thus driving away the US labor pool of people who normally do this work. And when the government steps in and says you cant do this illegal stuff anymore, they cry? Im sure that if they at least paid a minimum wage that there would be US citizens ready to pick these crops. You are outside in the sun getting a healthy sun tan getting your vitamin D and your getting paid. You dont need the gym or exercise cause you get enough at work. You can eat all the fruit you can handle for free(as long as no one is looking). Ill do it! whats the pay?

  • Veronica Varela 11 months ago

    I don’t see any Americans running for those jobs….

  • Blanca Blanco 11 months ago

    Karma Is Inevitable! People voted against their own interests. Actions have consequences. This administration's racist immigration policies is not only destroying our farming industry, but our entire nation. Sadly, "nobody knows the good they have until it is gone." U.S. Citizens do not want these jobs.

  • Bernadette Kennedy 11 months ago

    Hire the homelessness

  • Ian Muir 11 months ago

    Your average American wouldnt Last a day doing that work

  • bruce nassar 11 months ago

    aoc said she is looking at farming and is bringing green jobs.

  • shiv thakre 11 months ago

    That's why you need Mexicans

  • SanchezAmezcua 11 months ago

    What is happening here is that now Mexico is getting smarter and they are running the new generation of labor abundant fields IN Mexico. There is so much going for Mexico because of the weather patterns that Mexico will be the biggest farm food provider in the world.

  • This is what happens when the pay is not worth the time. The work is seasonal, no benefits, payed by production not by hour so you often make LESS than minimum wage unless you're a superstar athlete, exposed outside to the elements such as blazing sun or cold rain, the work is hazardous with questionable coworkers, and the worst part is no overtime whatsoever. Who in their right mind would choose that over working at McDonalds?!

  • dub2459 11 months ago

    So why not just hire some of the 14 million unemployed,the media acts like there's nobody looking for work in this country.

  • Luis Gonzalez 11 months ago

    You see what HAPPENS when TRUMP DEPORTS INMAGRANTIONS farms get affected do me a favor STOP VOTING FOR REPUBLICANS in office because they spout IGNORINCE,LEIS,MISINFORMATIONS because look what has NOW happened