Breeding perennial grain crops (part 2 of 3)

By T. S. Cox, M. Bender, C. Picone, D. L. Van Tassel, J. B. Holland, E. C. Brummer, B. E. Zoeller, A. H. Paterson, W. Jackson in Scientific Publications - January 14, 2002

Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences, 2002, 21(2): 59-91,

Part 2: One-third of the plant's arable land has been lost to soil erosion in recent decades, and the pace of this degradation will increase as the limits of our food-production capacity are stretched. The persistent problem of worldwide soil erosion has rekindled interest in perennial grain crops.

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