Response to Deon 9/4/2011

Deon’s blog post about the Moringa tree was very informative. I would love to see how the research in to this tree leads to the development of cleaner water technology in the developing parts of the world. With the world’s population growing, likely to pass 9 billion by 2050, the already dire water situation in many parts of the world will get much worse. Something like Moringa would go a long way towards alleviating the current and future crisis. 

I’m also intrigued by the nutritional benefits of this tree. Protein, vitamins, and amino acids? It truly seems to have everything. 
Thank you Deon for bringing this to my attention. 
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Response to Deon 9/4/2011

Deon’s blog post about the Moringa tree was very informative. I would love to see how the research in to this tree leads to the development of cleaner water technology in the developing parts of the world. With the world’s population growing, likely to pass 9 billion by 2050, the already dire water situation in many parts of the world will get much worse. Something like Moringa would go a long way towards alleviating the current and future crisis. 

I’m also intrigued by the nutritional benefits of this tree. Protein, vitamins, and amino acids? It truly seems to have everything. 
Thank you Deon for bringing this to my attention. 

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