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Our Daily Bread, The Essential Norman Borlaug Description Taken From.com Having Received The Nobel Prize For Peace, The Presidential Medal Of Freedom, And The Congressional Gold Medal, Norman Borlaug Ranks Beside Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela And Mother Teresa But Few People Know His Name.Our Daily Bread Shows Why Borlaug Should Also Be A Household Name It Is The Story Of How One Man Saved Billions From Certain Hunger And It Shows How We Too Got Our Daily Bread.In These Pages You Ll Find A Gripping Journey Complete With Chance, Change And Endless Challenge Norman Borlaug Followed His Own Course In His Own Fashion Frequently He Put Himself At Odds With Authority Precedents That Got In The Way Were Ignored Having Found How To Lift Food Production, He Stuck To His Mission, Regardless Of All Those Who Declared Him Wrong.That Is The Thrill Ride To Be Found Herein As The Borlaug Saga Unfolds, Teetering Forever On The Verge Of Failure Only To Be Saved By Some Saintly Stranger Or Improbable Coincidence It S Been Called The Greatest Story Never Told It S Also Been Called The World S First Cereal Thriller.

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  1. says:

    Biography of the plant scientist behind high yield wheat in the 40s 60s, not great writing but a good story, and recommended under the category everyone should knowabout how the Green Revolution came about 15 years of crazily dedicated plant breeding in Me...


  2. says:

    Extremely interesting Describes the life up until the Nobel Prize of the wheat scientist breeder Dr Norman Borlaug If you need information on him, here s an excerpt from Penn Teller, including a short interview with Borlaug NSFW language In a nutshell, he developed wheat varieties with extremely high yield, raised Mexico from a poor wheat importing country to a wheat exporting country, and prevented famines in India, Pakistan and China.Makes Extremely interesting Describes the life up until the Nobel Prize of the wheat scientist breeder Dr Norman Borlaug If you need information on him, here s an excerpt from Penn Teller, including a short interview with Borlaug NSFW language In a nutshell, he developed wheat varieties with extremely high yield, raised Mexico from a poor wheat importing country to a wheat exporting country, and prevented famines in India, Pakistan and China.Makes for some interesting thoughts on the current GMO debate did you know hybrid seeds in the 1930s were not allowed to be re sold , mostly because people are now acting the same way they did towards Borlaug s hybrid seeds in the 60s it s unnatural , we re too dependent on modern methods , traditional plants go into extinction etc Especially in the beginning is the writing a bit weird Quote Contemplating those events upstairs ...


  3. says:

    Although at times told in a manner that makes It seemsserendipitious than achieved through hardwork and pure human ingenuity, this os still the story of one of the biggest, albeit unknown, heroes in recent human history, and should be read by everyone.


  4. says:

    A wonderful, concise book on Dr Borlaug s achievements, and how he went about getting there.Of particular interest to me was the last section, as it was related to his work in South Asia both in Pakistan and India The first two sections are also make for an interesting read.Apart from the well feted Dr Swaminathan, Dr Borlaug provides interesting stories on the heroes villians of the 60 s in the Indian Govt It is interesting to read about the Rockfeller Foundation s work first in su A wonderful, concise book on Dr Borlaug s achievements, and how he went about getting there.Of particular interest to me was the last section, as it was related to his work in South Asia both in Pakistan and India The first two sections are also make for an interesting read.Apart from the well feted Dr Swaminathan, Dr Borlaug provides interesting stori...


  5. says:

    Another selection for the American Agri Women book club Norman Borlaug is one of my heros This book covers his boyhood in Iowa to his research days It briefly touches on the prizes and accolades he recieved which include the Nobel Peace Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal and was also awarded the Padma Vibhushan, India s second highest civilian honor Hi...


  6. says:

    Highly engaging biography of one of history s least well known contributors to ending hunger globally Norman Borlaug created the food revolution of the 60s, preventing widespread annual famine in Mexico, India, Pakistan, and around the wor...


  7. says:

    Poorly written biography of a great man It was very interesting to read how some people opposed green revolution even when country was threatened by famine with very similar arguments as those used by today s Luddites on the left.


  8. says:

    An unexpectedly gripping read I was pretty sure it would be another dull, lifeless memoir type of book but it is a very gripping biography of a wonderful man who literally gave all for humanity Totally recommend this to anyone who needs a little inspiration of their own.


  9. says:

    Fantastic biography of an inspirational life Norm s story of accomplishments is amazing and has touched the whole world Though few realize how much their modern world was made possible by his humble efforts.


  10. says:

    Very interesting story with a lot of history about our food supply.

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