The First GMO Is 8000 Years Old Smithsonian Doucleff writes that scientist from Peru's International Potato Center, a genebank and research institution devoted to all things potato, looked at the genes of 291 sweet potato varieties grown worldwide.
There’s a chart in last week’s issue of The Economist that really got my attention. Here it is: What in tarnation has been happening to soybean production in China? It looks really bad, especially compared to what’s happening to the other crops.
Trevor Williams, one of the key early figures in the movement to conserve crop diversity, has passed away at 76. Mike Jackson has done a great job of summarizing Trevor’s pivotal contribution to the field over at his blog.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Mitsuaki Tanabe, renowned Japanese artist and conservationist who created two banana sculptures for Bioversity International in honour of agricultural biodiversity.
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