also known as Bob Garst
Roswell was an American farmer, businessman, entrepreneur, innovator, and diplomat. He helped establish and transform the modern seed corn business while seeking ways to produce food at the lowest possible cost, and he advised government officials, including Hubert Humphrey and Henry A. Wallace, regarding agriculture. Although he is most often recognized for his relationship with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev.
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