February 2008
Farmers Weekly;2/15/2008, p67
Trade Publication
The author presents his views on food security. He relates his conversation with an attendee of the annual conference of Sentry about food security. He notes that there is a mounting evidence that food production will need to be doubled over the next 40 years. He calls for considerably more scientific research worldwide to achieved the necessary food production needed.


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