Diversity, resilience, resistance to disease: seeds must be preserved to ensure we can feed our world in the future.
A tall grass-like plant in the Western Cape has managed to dupe dung beetles into rolling and spreading its seeds.
Essential reading for green-fingered urbanites and guerrilla gardeners.
More than 90% of Africa’ small-scale famers get their seeds from informal systems. Governments and donors should shift their attention from the formal and invest more in the informal sector.
University of Western Australia research engineers have discovered that sandalwood seedlings can be accurately metered through…