International Year of Plant Health–Why Is This Important?

International Year of Plant Health–Why Is This Important? by Stephanie Mercier on Mon, 03/30/2020 – 10:26 International Year of Plant Health: Why Is this Important? In December of 2018, the United Nation’s General Assembly formally adopted a resolution that declared that 2020 would be the International Year of Plant Health.  According to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), as of 2013, the average human being consumed about 1,200 calories per day directly from plants, primarily from common food grains such as wheat, rice, and maize (corn).  That accounts for about 40 percent of total calories consumed on a daily basis.. .FARMS ARE GETTING LARGER…WE GET THAT…WHAT WE DO NOT UNDERSTAND IS WHY THEY CONTINUE POLLUTING OUR LAND…WATER AND AIR…ON PURPOSE..?  WHAT KIND OF PERSON HARMS HIS NEIGHBORS ON PURPOSE AND WHY..?   WHAT ARE THE…”STEWARDS OF THE LAND”…THINKING..?

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