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This Tiny Country Feeds the World

This Tiny Country Feeds the World

National Geographic - By Frank Viviano The Netherlands is a small, densely populated country, with more than 1,300 inhabitants per square mile. It’s bereft of almost every resource long thought to be necessary for large-scale agriculture. Yet it’s the globe’s number...

WUR and Vredestein develop tyre made of rubber from dandelions

WUR and Vredestein develop tyre made of rubber from dandelions

Vredestein showed a prototype of its Fortezza Flower Power at the Eurobike exhibition in Friedrichshafen in August. This innovative road tyre is made of rubber extracted from the roots of dandelions. The prototype is the result of a EU joint initiative in which...

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Monk Hendrik remarkable pioneer in Altes Land

Monk Hendrik remarkable pioneer in Altes Land

At the west side of the river Elbe you find in Germany the largest area under fruit in central Europe. The name? The Old Country, das Altes Land. Dutch pioneers won the area in de Middle Ages on the freak water of the river. Where the Elbe is leaving Hamburg – the way...