Container gardening against hunger and child malnutrition
by Prof. Dr. Willem VAN COTTHEM
In Belgium, I am growing continuously plants in bottles and pots, thus reducing irrigation for at least 50 %. My plants do not need special care: I can leave them for weeks and weeks without “labouring my garden”. See my blog: http://containergardening.wordpress.com
Thousands of photos collected in the albums of my Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/willemvancotthem) make it clear that anyone in the developing countries can copy these experiments and multiply the type and number of containers to produce a sufficient quantity of fresh food and seedlings of fruit trees. This can be done (even by children at school) at almost no cost.
Why don’t we set up a large-scale test in one of the areas affected by hunger to show once again what is already known? Why continuously importing expensive food if every single person…
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