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Edited By: W Erskine, F Muehlbauer, A Sarker and B Sharma
457 pages, Figs, tabs
Though of ancient origin, the lentil is today very much a crop of the modern world confronted with issues of food security, poverty, water scarcity and the need to find sustainable agricultural systems in a changing climate. In the last three decades the global production of lentil had almost tripled due not only to larger harvest areas but also and more importantly to an increase in productivity.
The Lentil provides a timely synopsis of the current knowledge associated with this highly digestible and protein-packed grain with its ability to use water efficiently and to grow in marginal environments.
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