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Wild plant ancestors need more protection

Thursday 29 Nov 18 9:00am

Black truffles – on the way out?

 

EVERYTHING that humans eat or drink comes directly or indirectly from plants. Many wild plant ancestors, of even the most precious species, could be at risk.

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