Featured: A Pipeline Strategy
for Grain Crop Domestication
In the interest of diversifying the global food system, improving human nutrition, and making agriculture more sustainable, there have been many proposals to domesticate wild plants or complete the domestication of semidomesticated orphan crops. However, very few new crops have recently been fully domesticated. To increase success in contemporary domestication of new crops, a group of scientists propose a pipeline approach in an article published in the May-June issue of Crop Science. >>
Crop Science seeks journal Editor
Crop Science is seeking nominations for Editor. The deadline to nominate is 1 June 2016. Learn more about the desired qualifications here.
International Year of Pulses
The United Nations has declared 2016 the International Year of Pulses. Find out how CSSA is celebrating. >>
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Support Your Colleagues and Journals by Reviewing Manuscripts
The Editors-in-Chief of ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, and Director of Publications make a case for why you should take the time to provide timely and thorough reviews for Society journals. >>
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Crop Science is the flagship journal of the Crop Science Society of America. Original research is peer-reviewed and published in this highly cited journal. It also contains invited review and interpretation articles and perspectives that offer insight and commentary on recent advances in crop science.
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