timothy from the rice-goes-with-shrimp-and-mango dept.
Damien1972 writes "To confront rising salinization, authors writing in the journal Science recommend increased spending on saline agriculture, which proposes growing salt-water crops to feed the world. Jelte Rozema and Timothy Flowers believe that salt-loving plants known as halophytes could become important crops, especially in areas where the salt content of the water is about half that of ocean water."
"If there isn't a population problem, why is the government putting cancer in
-- the elder Steptoe, c. 1970