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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

Today, we continue telling about report by free geography experts from American colleges. They study food security in Gambia, Ivory coast and Mari over thirty years.

In the 1980s governments and lenders like the world invent and the international monetary fund changed market policies. They launched free markets designed to improve agriculture.

The report, however, suggests that the changes caused loss of importing support systems for farmers. Private investment in agriculture largely will replace government help.

In some places, roads and mils built to help farmers fell into ruin. Protection missed import taxes and farm supports will cut. Farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export. They planted fewer food crops for local use. Less costly rice came to the ports of Gambia and Ivory coast.

Many city people in most countries like the cheap rice more than rice grown locally. Researcher Julif Carli works at the University of California at Los angels. She said buying the cheaper imported rice work well until the worldwide food crisis up 2008. Then many people could not pay for any importing part of their diet.

Researcher Laurence Beggar of Origan State University said some local farmers stop farming. Food production fell and unemployment rose. The researchers said people in Mari were able to deal better with the food crisis. Mari’s farmers supplied more of their nation’s rice needs than the other two countries studied. And the poorest people in Mari’s cities ate saugcan instead of rice. William Mosili of Macalister College in Minnesota led the report.

Professor Mosili said Mari’s farmers had planted more saugan because the price of their cotton at cash crumb had dropped. Unlike Ivory Coast and Gambia, Mari has no sea ports. He said this is often seen as a problem for Mari. But it caused them to depend less on imported rice.

This governor research, the experts suggest that farmers plant a variety of crops and not just depend on rice. They also governments could places some trade areas and they urge that news and roads be built and rebuilt to process and carry grains to market.

And that’s the VOA Special English Agriculture Report written Jerilyn Watson. I’m Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

Today we continued telling about the report by three geography experts from American colleges. They studied food security in Gambia, Ivory Coast and Mali over thirty years.

In the nineteen eighties, governments and lenders like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund changed market policies. They launched free markets design to improve agriculture. The report however suggests that the changes caused loss of important support systems for farmers.

Private investment in agriculture largely replaced government help. In some places roads and mills built to help farmers fell into ruin. Protectionist import taxes and farm supports were cut.

Farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export. They planted fewer food-crops for local use. Less costly rice came into the Gambia and Ivory Coast. Many city people in those countries liked the cheap rice more than rice grown locally.

Researcher Judith Carney works at the University of California at Los Angeles. She said buying the cheaper imported rice worked well until the worldwide food crisis of two thousand eight. Then many people could not pay for an important part of their diet.

Researcher Laurence Becker of Oregon State University said some local farmers stop farming. Food production fell and unemployment rolls.

The researchers said people in Mali were able to deal better with the food crisis. Malian farmers supplied more of their nation rice needs than the other two countries studied. And the poorest people in Malian cities eat sorghum instead of rice.

William Moseley of Macalester College in Minnesota led the report. Professor Moseley said Malian farmers had planted more sorghum because the price of their cotton a cash crop had dropped.

Unless Ivory and Coast Gambia, Mali has no sea ports. He said this is often seen as a problem for Mali. But it causes them to depend less on the imported rice.

Respond their research the experts suggest that farmers plant a variety crop and not just depend on rice. They also say governments could place some trade barriers. And they urge that mills and roads be built or rebuilt to process and carry grains to market.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerilyn Watson. I'm Steve Ember.
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this is the voa special english agriculture report today we continue telling about report my free geography experts from american colleges they study security in over a thirty years in the 1980s the world bank and the international monetary fund changed market policies they launched free markets decide to improve agriculture  the report however suggests that the changes caused loss of importance of support systems farmers private investment in agriculture largely replace the government's help  in some places  roads and mills built to help farmers protection is a important texts and farm wupports were cut farmers plant more of their best crops or cash crops for they planted fewer food crops for local use less costly rise many city people in those countries more than rice grow locally researcher were at the univercity of california at la she said buying cheaper imported rice worked well until the worldwide food crisis of 2008 then many people could not pay for an omportant part of their diet some local farmers stoped farming food production fell and unemployment rose  the researchers said people in  are able to deal better with food crisis suppply more of their nation's rice needs and the other two countries stuied and the poorest people in ate in stead of rice lead the report had planted more  because  the price of their cutten  are cash crop had dropped  has no sea ports it is often a problem  but it caused them to imported less rice the experts suggest that farmers plant a variety of crops  and not just depend on rice they also say governments could place some and they urged mills and  roads  be built or rebuilt to market and thats the voa special english agrculture report  
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Today,we continue telling about a report by three geography experts from American colleges,they studied food security at Gambia,Avery Coast and Mali over thirty years.
In the 1980s,governments and lenders like the World Bank and International Monetary Fund changed market policies,they launched three markets designed to improve agriculture.The report,however,suggests that the changes cause loss of important support system for farmers.
Private investment in agriculture largely replaced government help,in some places,roads and mills and built to help farmers fell into ruin.Protectionist inport taxes and farmer support are cut.Farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export,they planted fewer food crops for local use.Less costly rice came to the ports of Gambia and Avery Coast.Many city people in those countries like the cheap rice more than rice growing locally.
Researcher Junia C worked at university of California at Los Angeles,she said buying the cheaper imported rice worked well until the worldwide food crises of 2008.Then,many people could not pay for an important part of their diets.Reseacher L B of Origen State University said some local farmers stop farming,food production fell,and unemployment rose.The reseachers said people in Mali will be able to deal better with the food crises,Mali's farmers supply more of their nation's rice needs than the other two countries studied.And the poorest people in Mali's cities ate sorghum instead of rice.
William Mosely of College in Millisuda led the report.Professor Mosely said Mali farmers have planted more sorghum because the price of their cotton ,a cash crop had dropped.Unlikely Avery Coast and Gambia,Mali has no seaports,he said,this is often thing as a problem for Mali,but it causes them to depend less on important rice.This is still on reseach, the experts suggest that farmers plant a variety of crops, and not just depend on rice.They also say governments could place some treed barriers and they urged that mills and roads be built or rebuilt to process and carry greens to markets.

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report
Today we continue telling about report by three geography experts from American colleges.They studied food security in Gambia,* and M over thirty years.
In the 1980's,governments and lenders like the World Bank and the International Moneytary Fund changed moneytary policies.They launched free market designed to improve agriculture.
The report however suggests that the changes cost a lot of important support systems for farmers.Private investment in agriculture largely replaces government help.
In some places, r* and meals build to help farmers fall into ruin. Protection list import taxes and farm support were cut. Farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export. They planted fewer food crops for local use.
Less costly rice came into the ports of Gambia and *. Many city people in those countries let the cheap * more than rice grown locally.
Researcher J C worked at the university of California at Los Angelas. She said buying the cheaper imported rice worked well untill the world food crisis of 2008.
Then many people couldn't pay for an important part of their diet.Researcher L S of Oregan State University said some local farmers stop farming.Food production fall and unemployement rose.
The researchers said people im M were able to deal better with the food crisis. M's farmers supply more of their nation's rice needs than the other two countries studied. And the poorest people in M cities ate sogan instead of rice.
W M in * college in Minnesota led the repot. Professor M said M farmers had planted more sogan because the price of their cotton are cash crop had drop.Unlike * and Gambia, M has no sea ports. He said this is often seen as a problem for M, but it cost them to depend less on import.
They's done their research. The experts suggest that farmers plant a variety of crops and not just depend on rice.They also say governments could place some trade barries.And they urge that meals and r* be build or be rebuild to cross and carry grains to market.
And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report,written by Jerilyn Watson. I'm Steve Ember.


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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

   Today we continue telling about a report by free geography experts from American Colleges.They studied food security in Gambia,Ivory Coast and Mali over thirty years.In the 1980s governments and lenders like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund changed market policies.They launched free markets designed to improve agriculture.The report,however,suggests that the changes caused lots of important support systems for farmers.Privaty investment in agriculture largely replaced government help.In some places,roads and mills built to help farmers fell into ruin.Protectionist import taxes and farm supports were cut.Farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export.They planted fewer food crops for local use.Less costly rice came into the ports of Gambia and Ivory Coast.Many city people in most countries let the cheap rice more than rice grown locally.

   Researcher Duderf Caney works at the University of California at Los Angeles.She said buying the cheaper imported rice works well until the world wide food crisis of 2008.Then many people could not pay for any imported part of their dealt.Researcher Larren Speker of Oregon State University said some local farmers stopped farming,food production fell and unemployment rose.The Researchers said people in Mali were able to deal better with the food crisis.Mali's farmers supplied more of their nation's rice needs than the other two countries studied.And the poorest people in Malian cities ate sorghum in stead of rice.William Mosly of Mecalester College in Minnesota led the report.Professor Mosly said Malian farmers had planed more sorghum because the price of their * are cash crop had dropped.Unlike Ivory Coast and Gambia,Mali has no sea ports.He said this is often seen as a problem from Mali.But it caused them to depend less on imported rice.Rest on their research the experts suggested that farmers planted a variety of crops and not just depended on rice.They also say governments could place some treed areas.And they urge that mills and roads be built or rebuilt to process and carry greens to markets.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerilyn Watson.I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.
Today we continue telling about a report by three geography experts from American colleges. They studied food security in Gambia, Ivory Coast and Mali over thirty years. In the nineteen eighties, governments and lenders like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund changed market policies. They launched free markets designed to improve agriculture. The report, however, suggests that the changes caused loss of important support systems for farmers.
Private investment in agriculture largely replaced government help. In some places, roads and mills built to help farmers fell into ruin.  Protectionist import taxes and farm supports were cut. Farmers planted more of their best crops, or cash crops, for export. They planted fewer food crops for local use. Less costly rice came into the ports of Gambia and Ivory Coast.  Many city people in those countries liked the cheap rice more than rice grown locally.
Researcher Judith Carney works at the University of California at Los Angeles. She said buying the cheaper imported rice worked well until the worldwide food crisis of two thousand eight. Then, many people could not pay for an important part of their diet.
Researcher Laurence Becker of Oregon State University said some local farmers stopped farming. Food production fell and unemployment rose. The researchers said people in Mali were able to deal better with the food crisis. Mali's farmers supplied more of their nation's rice needs than the other two countries studied. And the poorest people in Malian cities ate sorghum instead of rice.
William Moseley of Macalester College in Minnesota led the report. Professor Moseley said Malian farmers had planted more sorghum because the price of their cotton, a cash crop, had dropped.
Unlike Ivory Coast and Gambia, Mali has no seaports. He said this is often seen as a problem for Mali. But it caused them to depend less on imported rice.
Based on their research, the experts suggest that farmers plant a variety of crops and not just depend on rice. They also say governments could place some trade barriers. And they urge that mills and roads be built or rebuilt to process and carry grains to market.
And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report written by Jerilyn Watson. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA special English agriculture report.
Today we continue telling about her report by free geography experts from American colleges.
They study food security in Gambia, Ivory Coast and Mali over thirty years. In the 1980s, governments and lenders like the World Bank and the Internatiional Monetary Fund changed market policies. They launched free markets designed to improve agriculture. The report, however, suggests that the changes cost lots of important support systems for farmers.
Private investment in agriculture largely replace government help. In some places, roads and mills built to help farmers fell into ruin. Protectionist import taxes and farm supports were cut. Farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export. They planted fewer food crops for local use. Lest costly rice came into the port of Gambia and the Ivory Coast. Many city people like the cheap rice more than rice grown locally. Researcher J** works at University of California at Los Angeles, she said buying the cheaper imported rice worked well until the worldwide food crises of 2008. Then, many people counld not pay for an important part of their diet. Researcher L** at O** State University said some local people stopped farming. Food production failed and unemployment rose.
The researchers said people in Mali were able to deal better with the food cises. Mali's farmers supply more of their nation's rice needs than the other two countries studied. And the poorest people in Malian cities ate s** instead of rice. W** of M** College at Minnesota led the report, professor M** said Malian farmers have planted more S** because the price of their cotton are cash crop has dropped. Unlike Ivory Coast and Gambia, Mali has no sea port. He said this is often seen as a problem for Mali, but it caused them to depend lest on imported rice.
They stuned their research. The experts suggest that farmers plant a varity of crops and not just depend on rice. They also say governments could place some trade barriers, and they urge that mills and roads be built or rebuilt to process and carry grains to markets.
And that's the VOA special English agriculture report written by J...I'm Steve Ember.

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this is the voa secial english agriculture report.the day we continue telling about a report by three geography experts from American colleges.They study food security in Ganbia, Ivory Coaste, and Marlie over thirty years.IN the 1980s,governments and lenders like the world bank and international ? found changed market policities.They lanched three markets,designed to improve agriculture,the report, however, suggests that the changes caused lots of the important support systems for farmers. Private investiment in agriculture largely replaced government help.In some places, rotes and mills ? to help farmers fail into ruin.Protcetianists import taxes and farm supports were cut, farmers planted more of their best crops or incash crops for export.They planted fewer food crops for local use.Less costly rice came into export of Ganbia and Ivory Coaste.Many city people in those countries let the cheap rice more than rice growm locally.Reaserchers JC works at the university of California at L A.She said buying the cheaper imported rice wworked well until the worldwide food crisis of 2008.Then, many people could not pay for an important part of their diet.Reasercher LS of ? State University said some local farmers stop farming.Food production faied, and un employment rose.The reaserchers said people in Marlie were able to deal better with the food crisis.Marli`s farmers supplied more of their nation`s rice needs than the other two countries studied,and poorest people in Marlian cities ate ? instead of rice.William mostly ? college in Meesouda led the report.Professor mostly said the Marlian farmers had planted more ? because the price of their cotton are cash crop had droped.Unlike Ivory Coaste and Ganbia, Marlie has no seaports, he said this is often scence as a problem for Marlie, but it cost them to depend less on imported rice. They started their reaserch, the experts suggest that farmers plant a variety of crops, and not just depend on rice.They also said government could place some treed bariers, and they urge that mills and roads be built or rebuilt to procise and carry greens to market.
    And that1s the voa specil English Agriculture Report written by JW,I `m SV.

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.Today we continue telling about the report by three geography experts from American college.They studied food security in G. Ivory Coast and M. over thirty years.In the 1980s,governments and lenders like the World Bank and International M. Fund changed market policies.They launched three markets design to improve agriculture.The report,however,suggests that the changes cost lots of important suport system for farmers.Private investment in agriculture largely replaced government help.In some places,roads and () build to help farmers (fill) into ().Protectionist import taxes and farm suports were cut.Farmers planned more of their best crops or (cash) crops for export.They planned fewer food crops for local use.Less costly rise came into the ports in G. and Ivory Coast.Many city people in those countries let the cheap rise more than rise grow locally.Researcher J. works at the University of California and Los Angeles,she said buying the cheaper imported rise world () until the worldwide food crisis of 2008.Then many people could not pay for any important part of their diet.Researcher L. of () State University said some local farmers stopped farming.Food production fail and unemployment rose.The researchers said people in M. were able to deal with the food crisis.M.'s farmers supplied more of their nations rise lives than the other two countries study and the poorest people in M. cities (eight   ) instead of rise.W. of M. college in M. led the report.Professor M. said M. farmers had planned more () because the price of their () a (cash) crop at (dropt).Unlike Ivory Coast in G.,M. has no seaports,he said this is often () as a problem to M.,but it costs them to depend less on the imported rise.() on their research,the experts suggest that farmers plant a () of crops and not just depend on rise.They also say governments could (play) some trade () and they urge that () and roads be build or rebuild to process and carry () to markets.And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report written by J.,I'm Steve Ember.
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today we continue telling about report by 3 geograph expert from american colloages.they study food security and * everage coast and molly over 30 years.in the 1980's governments and landers like the world and international molitary fund changed marked policy.they langed free markets design to improve agriculture.the report however suggests that changes cause lots of important support systems for farmers.private investmant in agticulture largely replaced government help.in some places,roze and meals built to help fell into ruin.protectionist impore taxs and farm supports were cut.framers planned more of their best crops or hash crops for expert.they planned fewer food crops for local use.less costly rise came into the ports of * and every coast.many city people in those countries like the cheap rice more than rice grow locally.researcher judyph carney works at university of carlifonia at la.she said buying the cheaper important rice worked well until the world wide crises of 2008.then many people could not pay any important part of their diet.researcher larance baker at * state university said some local stop farming,food production fell and unemployment rose.the researcher said people in molly were to deal better with the food crises.molly's framers supply more of their nation's rice needs than the other two countries studied.and the poorest people in mollian citys ate * instead of rice.william mosely at * colloage in minasoda let the report.perfessor mosely said mollian farmers had planed more * because the price of their cotton * .unlike average cost than ganbiya has no *.he said this is often scene as a problem from molly.but it cost them to depent less unimportant rice.
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This is the VOA special English agriculture report.
Today we continue telling about the report by three geography experts from America colleges.They study food security in Gambia , Ivoricoast and Molly over thirty years.
In the 1980s , goverments and  landers like the world bank and the internation mothertary fund change market policies, they launched three markets designed to improved agriculture.
The report ,however ,suggests that the changes cost lost of important support system for farmers.private investment in agriculture largely replace goverment's help.In some places ,roads and meals build to help farmers  fell into rull it.
Protection is import test and farm supports were cuts. Farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export.they planted fewer food crops for local use.Less costly rise came into the ports of  Gambian and Iverycost.Many city people in those countries like the cheap rice more than rice grow locally.
Researcher Judicony works at the university of California at Los angles ,she said buying the cheaper imported rice were well until the world wide food crises of 2008.Then many people could not pay  for an important part of their diet.Researcher Laurance Baker of Oragen stated university ,said some local farmer stop farming who to production fell and unemployment rose.The researchers said people in Molly were able to deal better with the food crises.
Molly's farmers supply more of their nation's rice need than the other two country's study,and the poorest people in Molly in cities ate sogle instead of rice.Willian Mostly of Machnister college  in his soater  let the report.Professor mostly said  Mollian farmers ate planted more soger because the price of their cotten are  cash crop at drop.Unlike Iverycost and Gambia ,Molly has no seaport.He said this is often seen as a problem for Molly.But it cost them to depend less on imported rice.They stand on their research ,the expert suggest that farmers plant a variety of crops and not just depend on rice.They also say goverments could place some trade barrials and they urge their milk and rose be build or rebuild  to process and carry green to market .and that's the voa special English agriculture report.
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This is the voa special English agriculture report. today we continue telling report by three geography experts from Amercian colleges. they study food security and gunbian, ivory coats and marlin over 30 years. in the 1980s, goverments and lenders like the world bank and the internation marmotary from change market policies. they lanuched 3 markets designed to improve agriculture. the report, however, suggests that the changes cost lots of important support systen for farmers. twicy investment and agriculture largly will place goverment help. in some places, roads and milks built to help farmers fell into ruining. protentional import textes and farm supports will cut. farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export. they planted fewer food crops for local use. last costly waste came into report of gunbian and ivory coats. many city people in north gunbian like marcheat rice more than rice grown locally. researcher were set the university in carlifornia at los. he said, buying the cheeper imported rice worth well until the worldwide crisis of 2008. then many people could not pay for an important part of their diet. researcher loan braky of state university said some local farmers stoped farming. food production fell and unemployment rose. researcher said people in marlin would able to deal better with the food crisis. marlin's farmers supply more of their national rice needs than other two countries study. and the poorest people in marlin cities ate sogan instead rice. vice mostly of college in lead the report. said marlin farmers ate plenty of sogan because the price of their croten are crashcrock at drop. unkie ivory coach in ganbian, marlin has no seaport. he said this is often seen as a problem from marlin. but it cost them to depend less on imported rice. this is on their research, experts suggested marlin farmers plant a variety of crops and not just depend on rice. they also goverments could place some trail area and urge that milks and roads be built or rebuilt to process and carry grint to market. and that's the voa special English agriculture report written by genr , I'm steve nemer.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.


Today, we contiune telling about report by three geography experts from American colleges. They student food security in Zambia, Ivory Coast and Mali over 30 years.


In the 1980s, governments and landers like the Word Bank and International Monetary Fund changed market policies. They launched three markets design to improve agriculture. The report, however, suggests that the changes causes lots of important support systems for farmers.


Private investment in agriculture largely replaced government help. In some places, roads and miles built to help farmers fell into ruin. Protectionist import taxes and farmer supports were cut. Farmers planted of their best crops or cash crops for export. They planted fewer food crops for local use. Less costly rice came to the ports of Zambia and Ivory Coast. Many city people in those countries like the cheap rice more than rice grown locally.


Researcher Judiffuy Carni works at the University of California, at Los Angeles. She said buying the cheaper imported rice worked well until the worldwide food crisis of 2008. Then, many people could not pay for an important part of their diet. Researcher Lawrence Beck of Oregon State University, said some local farmers stop farming. Food producation fell and unemployment rose. The researcher said people in Mali were able to deal better with the food crisis. Mali's farmers supplied more of their nation's rice needs than the other countries studied. And the poorest people in Mali in cities ate sorghum, instead of rice.


William Mousely of Maikalester College in Minnesota led the report. Professor Mousely said Malin farmers had planted more sorghum because the price of their cotton, cash crop had dropped.


Unlike Ivory Coast and Zambia, Mali has no sea ports. She said this is offense as a problem for Mali. But it caused them to depend less on imported rice. These on the their research, the experts suggested planted a varity of crops, and not just depend on rice. They also say governments could place some trade barriers. And they urge that miles and roads be built or rebuilt to process and carry grains to markets.


And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerrly Wason. I'm Steven Ember.



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this is the voa special english agriculture report.today we continue telling about report by three geogorph experts from american colleges.they studied food security in ganbia ,avery coast and maly over 30 years.in the 1980s ,governments and lenders like the world bank and the international moneitay changed market policies.they launched free markets designing to improve agriculture.the report ,however,suggests that the changes caused loss of the important supports systems for farmers.private investment in agriculture largely replaced government help.in some places roads and meals built to help farmers fill into ruin.protectional... import taxes and farm supports will cut.farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export.they planted fewer food crops for local use.less costly rise came into the ports of ganbia and avery coast.many city people in those countries like the cheap rice more than rice grown locally.researcher Judiph Carny works at the university of california at los angeles.she said buying the cheaper imported rice worked well until the world wide food crisis after 2008.then many people could not pay for any imported part of their diet.researcher Lorance Bake of origen state university said some local farmers stop farming.food production fell ,and unemployment rose.the researchers said people in maly were able to deal better with the food crisis.maly's farmers supply more of their national rice need than the other 2 countries started.and the poorest people in maly in cities ate soger instead of rice.William Mosly of mechalist college in minisoda lead the report.professor Mosly said malian farmers had planted more sogen because the price of their cotton --a cash crop ,had dropped.unlike avery coast and ganbia ,maly has no sea ports.he said this is often seen as a problem for maly.but it causes them to depend less on imported rice.based on their research ,the experts suggested that farmers plant a variety of the crops and not just depent on rice.they also say governments could place some trade barriers.and they urged that meals and roads be built or rebuilt to process and carry grains to markets.and that's the voa special english agriculture report written by Jarilin Waterson.i am Steve Ember.
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