Who were the first leaders of the Green Revolution?



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    Interesting question. Such global changes as those that occurred in the Green Revolution usually are the result of many people working together, sometimes independently, sometimes collectively. However, Norman Borlaug, an agronomist that worked to develop high yielding varieties of wheat in Mexico, is traditionally credited with much of the efforts required for the Green Revolution to revolutionize agriculture. After Borlaug’s initial success in Mexico, the Rockefeller Foundation helped fund similar efforts throughout the world

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