National Geographic : 1925 Feb
Photograph by Vittorio Sella HAYCOCK HUTS IN UGANDA Broad acres of growing crops have small attraction for Uganda gentry. A thatched hut and a garden plot of maize, sweet potatoes, orpeanuts, are enough for the day's needs. Only a small circle of land about a village is cultivated. When it ceases to beproductive anew patch ofbrush iscut and burned. Corn, sweet potatoes, and peanuts are familiar foods, but the favorite in Uganda is the bananalikeplantain.