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Ninja dirt hog, kamikaze turd unpolisher, shushúpe bush master, Mogollón rim stalker, and research agronomist by trade. "The truth is out there, but you may need a shovel to find it".
Agrosphere Journal invites global engagement on soil, agriculture, sustainability, land and life. Co-bloggers are welcome.
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- The Promise of Future Plenty
- Chiramen Hakusai, loose-head cabbage from Japan
- Cabbage 'San Michele'
Amaranthus creuntus, ancient ‘pseudocereal’ grain variant
Author Archives: Robert Walters
Model biogas plant in Ghana West Africa. Burning wood is still the traditional energy source for heating and cooking purposes in low-income countries. Bioenergy has promised to improve rural livelihoods but impacts in North America have been uneven. Image source: … Continue reading
Dr. Joe Manu Aduani, breeder CSIR Crops Research Institute Ghana, demonstrates Ampong cassava, an improved mosaic tolerant variety yielding up to 60 t/ha in the humid forest zone. Photo source: YouTube. Back in April, a recruiter with ACDI/VOCA in Washington, … Continue reading
Floating gardens in Bangladesh. French agencies joint report Agrimonde says the state of global agriculture is better than you think. But assumptions are easily punctured, throwing human predictions off course. What are the forces that will shape food and agriculture … Continue reading
Every now and then, some new brain wave assails the scientific community hive mind that promises to shift paradigms, usher a new era, herald a new understanding, save humanity, or some combination. Hubbub in the form of international conferences and … Continue reading