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Darwinian Agriculture at the International Rice Research Institute

I'm at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in the Philippines this week, for a series of lectures on my book, Darwinian Agriculture. IRRI is posting my talks on YouTube. For links, and some notes on my discussions with IRRI staff, see my Darwinian Agriculture blog.

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