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Tomatoes grown with half the water have the same quality plus higher concentration of carotenoids

Farmers are constantly trying to figure out how they can conserve water without sacrificing the quality of their crops, so a new discovery from University of Seville researchers will be welcome news. According to their findings, cherry tomatoes that are grown with half the amount of water that is normally used not only have the same quality as regular cherry tomatoes from a nutritional and commercial standpoint, but they also contain higher levels of healthy carotenoids.  Read more...



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