Lying at the crossroads of Asia and Europe, Georgia enjoys an abundance of agricultural land. But productivity has been low–until farmers from India’s Punjab state came into the picture. Leaving their hometown behind, the Indian farmers had to adjust to a new environment and culture, and face opposition from some locals. But as Natalie Carney reports from Georgia’s Kakheti region, the migrants have improved their lives and become assets to Georgia’s economy.
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