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MATTHEWS, N.C. — 9-year-old Advhik Pradeep knows a lot about gardening. His backyard is full of plants, fruits, and flowers he’s been growing for the last several months.After being stuck in the house due to the coronavirus pandemic, Pradeep became pretty bored and soon came up with an idea.“I was watching TV, like Shark Tank, so I’m like, ‘let’s start a business’, and my mom’s like, ‘sure’,” he said.He thought about selling lemonade or cookies, but ultimately decided to transform his love of gardening into his brand new business. From that idea, The Little Farmer was born.
Every other Sunday he sells his produce and plants outside his home. A portion of his money is also donated to No Kid Hungry North Carolina.“I was watching the news and they said if you go to some schools they give you free cafeteria lunches, so now that some people don’t have that they don’t have enough money for food,” Pradeep said. “So we can donate to them and they can buy food for them.”He began selling his produce and plants in May, and says so far he’s been able to …
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