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How Ukraine’s farmers are dodging bombs to feed the world

Can Ukraine plant crops in the middle of a war?

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    The $28 billion question

    Ukraine accounts for roughly 16 percent of the world’s exports of corn, and around 10 percent of global wheat and barley. For sunflower oil, the figure is more than 40 percent.

    Farming on the front lines: How Ukraine’s farmers are dodging bombs to feed the world

    Farming on the front lines: How Ukraine’s farmers are dodging bombs to feed the world

    It’s a $28 billion question for Ukraine and a crucial question for the rest of the world: Can Ukraine plant crops in the middle of a war? It is a …

    How The War Is Threatening The Global Food Supply

    Russia and Ukraine are major exporters of wheat and corn and other staples. The war means that food isn’t getting to people who need it.

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