Peace Corps in Paraguay :: Photo Essay :: 3

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Photo by Justin Mog and Amanda Fuller. flickr.com
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Starting Seeds with Local Ingenuity

Neni shows off a bright idea for using a classic “under-utilized resource in the community” (sour orange rinds). In place of buying plastic bags, fill a rind with some dirt and a seed for sprouting, then simply out-plant directly in the field. The rind will decompose, providing some fertilizer and preventing the usual root disturbance during transplanting! October 18, 2007, Ruta’i, Caaguazú 
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