These Russet Burbank potatoes from J.R. Simplot Co. were grown in fresh water. Someday, the nutritious tuber – a staple food worldwide – could be even more plentiful, if an experiment proves a success.
These Russet Burbank potatoes from J.R. Simplot Co. were grown in fresh water. Someday, the nutritious tuber – a staple food worldwide – could be even more plentiful, if an experiment proves a success. J. R. SIMPLOT COMPANY NYT
These Russet Burbank potatoes from J.R. Simplot Co. were grown in fresh water. Someday, the nutritious tuber – a staple food worldwide – could be even more plentiful, if an experiment proves a success. J. R. SIMPLOT COMPANY NYT

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