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This was George Washington Carver. He promoted the use of alternative crops to address the problem of depletion of soil nutrients caused by repeated plantings of cotton. Peanuts and soybeans are legumes and they have root nodules which contain nitrogen fixing bacteria. Many of his ideas were developed to encourage people in the use of these other crops.

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