Crop wild relatives - a key asset for sustainable agriculture

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Bioversity International

Ehsan Dulloo (Conservation and Availability Programme Leader at Bioversity International) and Nigel Maxted (Senior Lecturer at the University of Birmingham, UK, and PGR Secure Project Coordinator) explain why crop wild relatives are important and how monitoring, conserving and using them is critical to make agriculture more sustainable in the face of climate change.

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