S A Croft
S.A.Croft at shef.ac.uk
Wed Nov 13 07:08:26 EST 1996
It has been suggested to me that there are enough crop plants grown
world-wide to feed the entire population of the Earth, and the only
reason that food shortages occur are due to distribution problems.
Does anyone know of a study or paper to back this idea up, or any
suggestions for how long the current rate of food production
could sustain an ever increasing population if these distribution
problems were properly addressed?
Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
University of Sheffield.
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