Haiti food crisis forces new look at farming

06/14/2008 7:12 PM

06/16/2008 8:57 AM

Leonid Eustache coaxes a small rice crop out of his tiny plot in Pont-Sonde, Haiti. But he could use some help from his government. He can't afford fertilizer. His only tool is a hoe. And half of his crop rots because nearby drainage canals are filled with water hyacinth.
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