MP3: Struggling Farmers in India Find Promise for the Future in Ancient Seeds

13.06.2013

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Struggling Farmers in India Find Promise for the Future in Ancient Seeds MP3

Since a devastating cyclone hit in 2009, farmers in a region of India have struggled with salty soil. With climate change, that problem is likely to worsen. Special correspondent Sam Eaton reports for the NewsHour's ongoing series "Food for 9 Billion," about how some farmers have returned to ancient seeds for better results. Source: pbs.org

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