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Article: Rock dust grows extra-big vegetables (and might save us from global warming)
The couple say that the rock dust means that crops don’t need water to produce harvests of magnificent vegetables. “It would be perfect for Third World countries that are usually unable to grow crops because the land is so dry,” Ms Thomson said. “This could hold the solution for them.””There is no doubt that, when rock dust is mixed with compost,it has a dramatic effect on crop yields,” said Alistair Lamont, president of the Chartered Institution of Waste Management, who is impressed by the Seer experiment.
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