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    Significant wheat production potential in eight African nations-climate, soil and economic data analysis
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    Africa is capable of feeding it's self, but the people surely aren't. Maybe it has something to do with being stupid?:badgrin:
     
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    Can someone explain to me why 75% of the population of Africa is poor? Explain to me why I'm wrong about them being stupid.
     
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    Blacks allow millions of their own children starve to death every fucking year. What a joke.
     
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    Wonder if that's the same as spelt referred to in the Bible?...

    Demand Rises for Teff, Other 'New' Alternatives to Wheat
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