I wrote an article about the winners of the Innovation contest in Argentina, with images and a brief description of each invention.
Since it was full with the photos I preferred to publish it as a separate page, with tables, in this website.
I also submitted the article to Digg.com, to see if an original article with quality contents (not mine) could climb to a decent ranking in Digg.
The poor results confirm that you need a little “push” from paid voters in order to get decent exposure in such a croweded unspecific social network.
This looks like the solution for many sea side communities with scarce drinking water. The plant is called Salicornia, and the experiment of feeding sheep was performed by an Argentine scientist, winning the Innovar prize.
The lambs had 50% less colesterol when fed with salicornia, pointing to an original, cheap and abundant natural resource.
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Now, I am posting this article here in order to submit it to Digg.com. Since I am sure the news is real, original and innovative, the results should reflect it. Otherwise, I will lose my faigh in Digg.com and start favouring other networks.
Salicornia: agricultura con agua de mar
Oscar Alberto Bianciotto
Desarrolla las posibilidades de cultivo de una especie vegetal halófita nativa de Tierra del Fuego. Regada con agua de mar, tiene potencial nutricional para el hombre y podría conferir características especiales a la carne de ovinos engordados con esta especie. El colesterol se redujo. al 50% en corderos alimentados con pastizales de Salicornia, que resultan más magros para consumo humano.