Organic is good for the planet but needs more support, say authors of UBC study

Organic growers and researchers have been sustainably innovating on a shoestring budget for decades. Imagine what could be achieved with more.

University of Manitoba researcher Michelle Carkner examines a new organic wheat variety that is nutritious, tastes great, and is competitive on performance when compared with conventional varieties.

PUBLISHED :Monday, March 27, 2017 12:00 AM

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