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2008-09-20 08:05:00

As climate change is credited as one of the main drivers behind soaring food prices, the Global Crop Diversity Trust is undertaking a major effort to search crop collections—from Azerbaijan to Nigeria—for the traits that could arm agriculture against the impact of future changes.

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2008-04-30 10:25:00

Hot and barren, Kenya’s dry lands have long been unfit for agriculture, at best merely a grazing area for wild animals and livestock.

2008-02-26 13:10:00

A vault designed to house more than 4 million seed samples from crops around the world drew attention from the global community yesterday.

2008-02-07 09:25:31

If much of civilization is ever wiped out, at least our seeds will survive.

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2008-01-23 09:35:00

Seeds Contributed by Global Network of Agricultural Research Centers Considered “Crown Jewels” of Crop Diversity

2005-09-08 11:45:57

By George Obulutsa NAIROBI (Reuters) - A resilient new strain of wheat fungus from east Africa is threatening to spread to the Middle East, Asia and the Americas and bring catastrophic crop damage, scientists said on Thursday.


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