Boosting crop diversity in Malawi

03/13/2013 | London Free Press (Ontario), The

Researchers from Western University in Canada are part of a five-year project aimed at increasing food security in Malawi by helping farmers grow a more diverse array of crops. "We hope they'll see the yields and start to experiment on their own farms," said Isaac Luginaah, a geography professor at the university. "We don't want to impose any crops on them; we want to show them they can experiment."

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