Wallabies eating opium: How the U.S. opiod crisis affects Australia
Australian poppy farms
HEALTH poppy farms
But since the opioid crisis, the volume of legal opioid-based medicine prescriptions in the U.S. has dropped by 28% since 2012 according to Bloomberg. This leaves Australia's poppy farms, which have been producing half of the world's legal narcotics, in a bit of a pickle.
Find out more about the future of these farms and what's to become of the legal narcotics industry globally.
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