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Behold Kernza: Could this wheat save the planet?

“The problem that agriculture has faced for 10,000 years is it started with the wrong…

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How Scientists in Kansas and Missouri Are Exploring a New Frontier in Agriculture

The potential footprint of Kernza is indeed dramatically different than that of domesticated wheat. The…

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Fine-tuning a new crop that saves soil, produces grain and forage for cows

On a splendid May day, Valentin Picasso is visiting tests of a crop called kernza…

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17 Organizations Feeding and Healing the World Through Regenerative Agriculture

Transitioning to more sustainable forms of agriculture remains critical, as many current agriculture practices have…

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How Seeds from War-Torn Syria Could Help Save American Wheat

When a team of researchers set loose a buzzing horde of Hessian flies on 20,000…

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Key role in wheat quest

Kernza®, a perennial grain developed by the US The Land Institute, is another success story…

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Grounded—Our Future on the Land

Aubrey Streit Krug from The Land Institute in Salina, Kansas talks about the ground—soil, plants,…

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For Drawing Carbon Down, Perennial Grains

Move over, Quinoa. Agriculture is responsible for 70 percent of global freshwater consumption, in large part due…

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Plants are Great at Storing CO2. These Scientists Aim to Make Them Even Better.

Many strategies aimed at mitigating global warming involve huge shifts in human behavior: stop burning coal…

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Meet 5 people fixing the food system

By 2050, the world’s population could hit 9 billion. That’s a lot of mouths to feed!…

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Farmers get guidance on growing new perennial grains

While most industrial grain crops are annuals that must be replanted every year, a new…

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Kernza and the promise of perennial grain

ANAHEIM, CALIF. — At The Perennial restaurant in San Francisco, customers may order a crisp…

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