Steven Savage writes in Forbes about a new cropping option to meet food demand.
- Farmers have made great strides to increase crop yields with a smaller environmental footprint.
- Through a process called “double cropping” farmers are able to grow crops in back to back seasons, allowing more food to be grown and soil health to flourish.
- A newly developed crop called Camelina is allowing farmers to double crop in northern latitudes, which was not previously possible.
- Camelina can be used for biofuels, oil, or animal feed.
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