Transforming Agriculture, Perennially

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Can Modern Agriculture Be Sustainable?: Perennial polyculture holds promise

Publication: BioScience

Author: Beth Baker

Kernza is on the leading edge of a global effort to develop perennial crops as a way to make agriculture sustainable and to support ecological intensification. Plant geneticists, evolutionary bio­logists, agronomists, food scientists, and agroecologists are collaborating to develop perennial crops, among them rice, wheat, sorghum, pigeon pea, barley, and sunflowers.

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This is a terrific overview of our work and partnerships, but be aware that BioScience (Oxford University Press) articles are behind a paywall.  If you cannot pay to access the article, please contact us if you wish to receive a paper copy.

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