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Deep-Rooted Kernza Shows Promise as Dual-Purpose Perennial Crop

Kernza, a specialty grain crop developed by The Land Institute, is a perennial cool-season, dual-purpose crop that can provide high-quality winter grazing as well as grain in the summer.

The land institute's nearly 20-year-old breeding program with intermediate wheatgrass is on track to perfect a no-tiller’s “dream come true” — a cool season perennial that can be managed for both winter grazing and a grain crop the following summer.


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