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True or False: Quail grass/celosia may become a food to help prevent world hunger?

  • A. True. (76%)
  • B. False. (24%)

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76% answered correctly with, A. True.


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Quail Grass/Celosia (Qing Xiang Zi)


Quail Grass/Celosia is being considered as an important plant for introduction in areas that suffer from malnutrition because it can grow easily and almost anywhere, like a weed, and is high in nutritional value. The plant is under current study for introduction into many parts of the globe that are suffering from hunger and malnutrition.


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