Study in Ethiopia links healthy soils to more nutritious cereals | The Optimist Daily
Today’s Solutions: July 14, 2024

Large fields, predictable rainfall, and favorable temperatures have meant that farmers in Arsi Negele, a town in southeastern Ethiopia, have benefited from good crop yields. Their production of wheat and maize, two of the main food staples in Ethiopia, have also increased over time.

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