Robert E. Rhoades is dead. He was a pioneer of agricultural anthropology and wrote extensively on conservation of agrobiodiversity, especially how local people do it. His 1991 National Geographic piece The World’s Food Supply at Risk is a classic.
Agrobiodiversity is crops, livestock, microbes, pollinators, wild relatives ...
by Luigi Guarino on March 25, 2010
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Anne Vezina thinks the media is misleading us on TR4:
The general public is being lulled by the media into believing that the disease only affects one variety out of 1,000 or so.
That can’t possibly be true, can it?