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Pawar for popularisation of new sorghum varieties - Business Standard

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Pawar for popularisation of new sorghum varieties Business Standard After inaugurating a sorghum gene bank complex at the Directorate of Sorghum Research (DSR) today, Pawar appreciated the efforts made by the institute for the development of new...


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This is great news. I do love sorghum and it's becoming more and more difficult to find.

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Frank Kusters's comment, April 21, 2013 3:28 PM
People have been crossbreeding since ancient times, it is a natural process I guess. They even do so among themselves.
oliviersc's comment, April 21, 2013 3:32 PM
Oh, yes, this is different ; merci ! Partagé dans la Revue de blogs : Pie pops de clathre rouge = http://blogoliviersc.org/?p=6549
The Rambling Epicure's comment, April 21, 2013 3:42 PM
Merci, Olivier.
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A Safer Stove For The Developing World, Created By Indian Student Entrepreneurs

A Safer Stove For The Developing World, Created By Indian Student Entrepreneurs | The Rambling Epicure | Scoop.it
In developing nations around the world, almost three billion people endanger their health by using mud stoves and indoor open fires.

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A Safer Stove For The Developing World, Created By Indian Student Entrepreneurs

A Safer Stove For The Developing World, Created By Indian Student Entrepreneurs | The Rambling Epicure | Scoop.it
In developing nations around the world, almost three billion people endanger their health by using mud stoves and indoor open fires.

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