Transforming Agriculture, Perennially
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Category: Natural Systems Agriculture

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Researchers say commercial perennial crops suitable for prairie production could be available in as little as 15 years. It’s already been about 90 years of work, but the finish line…

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Dorn’s research project aims to shed light on the mechanisms underlying some crops’ perennial growth cycles and inform long-standing efforts to perennialize major annual crops like wheat. He also will…

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Some scientists dream of a future in which people can add sorghum, intermediate wheatgrass and other currently wild perennial plants to their diet. In St. Louis, researchers at the Missouri Botanical…

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Salina, Kansas, may seem an unlikely Mecca for environmental activists, but it is thanks to the Land Institute. The Land Institute started with the bold idea that for farming to…

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Last weekend, along the high banks of the Smoky Hill River a few miles south of Salina, Kansas, more than a thousand revolutionaries from all over the country gathered to…

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The British website www.permaculture.co.uk published an article featuring our work, which focuses on developing perennial grains that can be grown in polycultures so as to make the most of ecosystem…

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Stan Cox authored this opionion piece on Aljazeera.com. Late last year, the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) released a hair-raising report on the state of the world’s soil…

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