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October 23rd, 2015 / Carson Now, US

thumb.aspx“Teff is now in high demand as a highly nutritious, gluten-free grain suitable for consumption by gluten-intolerant persons. … As demand for this crop increases it make sense for us to develop better varieties with increased drought tolerance and yield stability under drier conditions. Another advantage of teff is that the remaining crop biomass can be used as a forage grass or harvested for animal fodder,” says John Cushman, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology in CABNR’s Department of Biochemistry Read more