Costa Rica is the nation with the largest amount of strawberries in the world, and is also the country with the highest strawberry production in the country.
Costa Rica produces over 4 million tonnes of strawberries a year.
The country has over 600 farms that produce strawberries for local consumption.
Costa Rica has a long history of producing high quality, sustainable products for its citizens, but the current agricultural crisis has left the country in the dire state that it is.
The Costa Rican government has pledged to produce enough food for all of its people by 2020.
This is expected to be the biggest leap in Costa Rican agriculture since World War II.
In 2015, Costa Rica exported over 1.2 million tonnes.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that Costa Rica needs more than 1.3 billion tonnes of food in 2020 to feed its population, and the government has set a target of 1.8 billion tonnes.
This means that Costa Rican farmers are facing an enormous challenge.
The situation is not all bad, however, as the country’s strawberry farmers have managed to adapt.
In Costa Rica, strawberries have been planted as a source of food for more than 100 years.
The strawberries have a high level of protein and a long shelf life.
There are even strawberries that have survived for centuries, and can still be used to make cheese, yogurt, and even pasta.
This type of sustainable agriculture has been the subject of an article in The Lad that was recently translated into English.
The article describes how a strawberry farmer in Costa Rico managed to turn the strawberries into a source for protein and nutrition.
According to the article, the strawberries were planted by a farm worker and then a small family of farm workers were able to grow them.
The farm worker was able to do this because he had already planted some strawberries and was familiar with them, and because the strawberries had been growing in a small area.
The strawberry farmer, who is not identified, told the Lad that they were given a small portion of the strawberries that were planted as seeds and that they could use this to grow other strawberries.
This was the only way they could grow the strawberries.
This is a very unique way of growing strawberries in Costa Ricans view.
The farmer who is in charge of this process is referred to as a farm supervisor.
This term means “farm worker.”
The strawberry farmers use the strawberries to grow vegetables.
In this case, the strawberry is the vegetable.
The vegetable grows up into a small tree, and it is the fruit of the tomato that is planted.
In the end, the fruit is called a tomato.
This way of farming is also possible for many other fruits.
The term, “pomera,” means “fruit” or “fruit tree.”
This is the name of the fruit that can be grown from the seed.
In Costa Rica the tomato can be planted into the ground and grow for the next 20 years.
In some places, it can be allowed to grow for many years.
In this article, I will discuss the methods that Costa Ricanos strawberry farmer used to grow the tomatoes that are grown in Costa Rico, and how they have been able to survive in the midst of the crisis.
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