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How Perennial ‘Super-Wheat’ Could Save the Planet

Kernza—a wild, perennial wheatgrass native to the Fertile Crescent—is viewed as sort of an agricultural holy grail, and could potentially solve a list of daunting challenges while feeding humans and livestock on a mass scale.
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