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Senegal's Convivium farmers to revive pre-colonial crops

By Emmanuelle Landais

A number of farmers and business people in Senegal have formed a movement called Convivium to revive farming methods from the pre-colonial period.

 

The group will help farmers grow crops that used to be cultivated, but which disappeared during the colonial era when cash crops like rice were encouraged.

Emmanuelle Landais has this report.

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