We’re turning to offbeat foods to survive a harsher climate

We’re turning to offbeat foods to survive a harsher climate

Read Full article @National Geographic PC: UC Davis, CWR The Bambara groundnut might not have a familiar ring outside West Africa. But this protein-rich cousin of the peanut, which grows well in harsh climates and poor soils, was on the priority list of a global...
Millet farmers devise mechanism to counter Climate Change

Millet farmers devise mechanism to counter Climate Change

Read full article by EMN @ Eastern Mirror Photo Credit: EMS Dimapur, Dec. 4 (EMN): The North East Network (NEN) organised a workshop on Climate Change, and millet on December 4 at the JMC at Lerie in Kohima. The workshop brought together 56 participants comprising...
Mighty Millets

Mighty Millets

Read the full article by Kavitha Devgan in The Pioneer Rich in fibre, protein, B vitamins and other nutrients, Millets are making a big comeback in urban diets as an extremely versatile and sustainable food choice, writes Kavita Devgan, as she makes a case for these...
UNR Researchers Study Crops That Could Be Used For Beer

UNR Researchers Study Crops That Could Be Used For Beer

Original Article from 2News by Paul Nelson Researchers with the University of Nevada’s College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources say sorghum holds the answers to the production of drought-resistant crops. The crop originated in Africa, so they...
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