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Seed Bombs Planted In Vacant Urban Lots

Forget potted plants and privet hedges; a group of Buenos Aires artists want to make the Argentine capital a free-for-all kitchen garden, turning neglected parks and verges into verdant vegetable patches. Following in the footsteps of “guerrilla gardeners” who have been scattering flower seeds in vacant lots and roadsides in cities such as London and

Argentina Stakes Out Premium Beef DNA

Tipping the scales at more than a tonne, Montecristo would yield a lot of prime Argentine steak. But ranchers are not interested in sending bulls like him to slaughter; his semen is far more valuable. With newly affluent consumers from Brazil to China eating more meat, Argentine ranchers are honing their centuries-old cattle-breeding traditions to