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April 16, 2013 5:14 PM
More and more people are interested in growing their own food. But many get discouraged when they discover how much time and effort is involved. So, two young entrepreneurs have come up with an idea to make gardening easy. They also believe their simplified gardening process could help address the world’s food shortage. VOA’s June Soh met the entrepreneurs.

Simplified Gardening Turns Earth’s Consumers Into Producers

Published April 16, 2013

More and more people are interested in growing their own food. But many get discouraged when they discover how much time and effort is involved. So, two young entrepreneurs have come up with an idea to make gardening easy. They also believe their simplified gardening process could help address the world’s food shortage. VOA’s June Soh met the entrepreneurs.


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