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Syrian refugees grow crops from old mattresses

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Syrian refugees grow crops from old mattresses

Syrian refugees grow crops from old mattresses

Syrian refugees, working with experts from University of Sheffield and the United Nations Refugee Agency UNHCR, are using hydroponic farming to grow vertical gardens.


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