Review SEZ policy, or risk food crisis

In the early 1960s, economist CD. Deshmukh came to me with some seeds of acacia and eucalyptus. He was worried because the seeds had failed to germinate. I x-rayed the seeds and found their embryos normal. So I treated the seeds with acid and thinned their thick coat. After this, Deshmukh was able to germinate the seeds, and acacia and eucalyptus trees grew all over Delhi.

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