Crops, animals, wild relatives ...
by Luigi Guarino on November 9, 2012
And easy access to the Brainfood Archive.
Bill W. thinks that Ethiopian farmers should derive some benefit from taking care of tef for all these millennia:
I must admit that I don’t know anything about the quinoa trade, but it seems counter-intuitive that I am supposed to be relieved that the farmers who grew tef until the rest of the world noticed it will not benefit economically from their stewardship. It’s a crazy world.
And if you’re into plant breeding, do visit his site.