This heroic story starts with Norman Borlaug, and it spreads to Pakistan and India. Millions of people end up being fed and science is to be thanked.
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Just a comment. An old friend of mine who at one time was president of the Canadian Seed Growers Association pointed out that the improvement in productivity of farms in the late 40's and early 50's was partly attributable to the fact that mechanization liberated fields which had previously been preserved for feeding horses.