ST. GEORGE'S, Grenada (AP) -- The so-called spice island of Grenada is trying to revitalize the world's second-largest nutmeg industry by giving away thousands of trees.
The government plans to give away 6,000 trees starting Thursday. The cost of the program is modest since each tree is valued at less than $4. The trees are expected to begin producing the fragrant spice in about three years.
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