Consider telling something interesting about lentils. They are ancient. Give some detail about the ancient history of them. They are grown, but for what. What is their economic value? We grow them in Idaho, what is their value locally. What are they used for? Where are they sent? How are they harvested? Is there some sort of fun fact that you should know about lentils? What about soil temperature and how soil texture plays into that. *(sandy soil warms faster than clay). What about breeding history of the lentil? It is a legume, what can you tell about legumes in their role for nitrogen fixation? Is it used as a livestock feed? What are some ethnographic aspects of the lentil (it is mentioned in the old testament)





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