Subject: Are oversized vegetables the key to solving third world famine?
Date: Tue Jun 26 00:42:33 2012
Posted by Steven
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Port Macquarie State/Province: NSW
Area of science: Botany
We've all seen those huge vegetables entered in contests at county fairs. The
pumpkins alone look they could each feed a dozen people at least. Could the
techniques used for this help solve hunger among the poor both in the west and in
the third world? They could donate the veges to soup kitchens at least.
Re: Are oversized vegetables the key to solving third world famine?
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