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Cross posted from Worldwatch Institute’s Nourishing the Planet.
By: Molly Theobald
For a farmer in a hot country like Sudan, a big harvest can end up being just a big waste. A fresh tomato off the vine will only last about 2 days in the stifling heat, while carrots and okra might last only 4 days. Despite being perfectly capable of producing abundant harvests, without any means to store and pr…
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