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Viewpoint: ‘Ancient grains’ can transform your health? Probably not—and they’re more recent than you think

New Scientist | 
KHORASAN, teff, emmer and amaranth. No, these aren’t planets in the next Star Wars movie, but some of the growing ...
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‘Atomic gardening’ created many of today’s crops with x-ray machines or at nuclear test sites

Guardian | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Back in the mid-20th ...