|Hibiscus, cashew and cotton - what's the common thread|
|Tuesday, 01 September 2009 00:00|
Did you know that African organic cotton farmers grow over 20 different cereals, nuts, vegetables and other crops to produce a huge range of foods, drinks, oils, fibres and dyestuffs? These include staple foods of maize, sorghum, millet and peanut, along with minor crops such as sunflower, beans and peppers. Some of these are used by the household, while others are sold in local or regional markets, or for export.
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