Can Green Manure Cover Crops End Drought in Africa?
With Roland Bunch
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Join Host Ronnie Lipschutz for a conversation with Roland Bunch, who has worked in agricultural development for more than half a century in more than 50 nations of Latin America, Africa and Asia. In 1982, he published the book, “Two Ears of Corn, A Guide to People-Centered Agricultural Improvement”, which has since been published in ten languages and is an all-time best-seller in the field of agricultural development. Beginning in 1983, Bunch began investigating and disseminating the use of plants that fertilize the soil, now called “green manure/cover crops.” He has been honored for his work with nominations for the Global 500 Award, the End the Hunger Prize of the President of the United States, and the World Food Prize.