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Franklin D. Roosevelt: Statement Encouraging Victory Gardens.
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Franklin D. Roosevelt
28 - Statement Encouraging Victory Gardens.
April 1, 1944
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Franklin D. Roosevelt<br>1944-45
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I hope every American who possibly can will grow a victory garden this year. We found out last year that even the small gardens helped.

The total harvest from victory gardens was tremendous. It made the difference between scarcity and abundance. The Department of Agriculture surveys show that 42 percent of the fresh vegetables consumed in 1943 came from victory gardens. This should clearly emphasize the far-reaching importance of the victory garden program.

Because of the greatly increased demands in 1944, we will need all the food we can grow. Food still remains a first essential to winning the war. Victory gardens are of direct benefit in helping relieve manpower, transportation, and living costs as well as the food problem. Increased food requirements for our armed



Citation: Franklin D. Roosevelt: "Statement Encouraging Victory Gardens.," April 1, 1944. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project. http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=16505.
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