George Washington Carver, popularly known as George W. Carver was an American agricultural scientist by profession. Carver devised strategies to repair soils degraded by repeated cotton crops as a professor at Tuskegee Institute.
He desired that impoverished farmers produce alternative crops such as peanuts and sweet potatoes to supplement their food supply and enhance their quality of life. His 44 practical bulletins for farmers, the most popular of which comprised 105 recipes for peanut-based foods, were very popular.
George Washington Carver Wiki/Biography
Born on 12 July 1864, George Washington Carver’s age was 79 years at the time of his death. He was born and brought up in a Christian family from Newton County, Missouri, the United States. He was an American by nationality and had his belief in the Catholic Christian religion.
He completed his early education at the Minneapolis High School, the United States.
After that, he also enrolled himself at the Iowa State Agricultural University, and also at Tuskegee University.