Man rooted to the soil earns World Food Prize 2020

Indian-American agronomist Rattan Lal announced winner in Des Moines via online ceremony


DES MOINES, Iowa: The World Food Prize – usually likened to being the “Nobel for Agriculture” was awarded to Rattan Lal, an Indian-American soil scientist.

Lal earned the 2020 award for his research which led to improved food

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