Crops without water?
- Subject: [cg] Crops without water?
- From: "Corrie Zoll" email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 13:16:34 -0600
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- Thread-topic: Crops without water?
I received the following message from a friend who is interested in
agriculture in dry climates. I'm guessing that some of you can answer
her question more thoroughly than I can. I especially thought that
there should be some interesting information about restoring the use of
traditional crops in these areas.
Any information you might have would be helpful.
From: Constance Nompelis [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2003 7:43 PM
To: Corrie Zoll
Subject: Crops without water?
Do you know anything about drought-resistent crops?
I know some folks with ["Friends of"] the World Food
Programme, and will be contacting them as well as
investigating academic sources of info, but I thought
that maybe you might have heard if there was any new
and interesting developments in this area.
I don't know if g.m. seeds are the only current answer
or if there are other options, (and I don't really
mind g.m. agriculture if it feeds starving people) but
am very curious to learn about the subject.
I'm *considering* an academic/volunteer trip to
Ethiopia next year, and in view of the severe
weather/food crisis there, coupled with my personal
passion for gardening/agriculture, I think that
working with some effort to develop and maintain
sustainable sources of food would be an awesome
So let me know if you have any insight into this!
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