First of all, if you thought for a second that I was calling Arabs in Gaza, "worms", then you're a racist. No, its no a Tequila party either.
When Israel destroyed Gush Katif this summer, many of the greenhouses were moved by the Jewish residents to pre-67 Israel. What was left, was purchased on behalf of the Palestinians by a wealthy Jewish American at the behest of Shimon Peres to jumpstart Gaza's devastated economy. The rest is history and on the day Israel evacuated, the Palestinians came back and destroyed a lot of what was left.
Now comes an interesting report. The Palestinians are still trying to restart the once-successful bug-free Jewish produce business from the greenhouses. While Gush Katif lettuce has successfully restarted a lot of their business, and once again their fabulous produce is back in the stores, the Palestinians are running into trouble.
Apparently, Palestinian businessman haven't been successful in growing bug-free lettuce or other vegetables. Worse, the Palestinians greenhouse workers are complaining that their current salaries from their new management is a lot lower than their previous Jewish managers and Gush Katif ownership.
Somehow I doubt the Gush Katif farmers will be willing to offer consultations, no matter how much money offered.