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Superwheat: the new crop varieties which could double yields to feed a growing population.
Anna Hill visits John Innes Centre to hear how they're looking back into history to see if ancient wheat plants contain the traits needed to feed the world, without the help of GM technology.
Whilst farmers' markets are continuing to boom in the states, in the UK numbers have plateaued.
Here it's a treat for the middle classes, but what's driven the boom in America is making farmers' markets an everyday affair.
Clare Freeman visits Moseley Farmers' Market to see if punters and stallholders are supportive of increasing the frequency of their monthly market.
Plus the Veterinary Laboratories Agency updates Farming Today on the latest on Schmallenberg, the new disease affecting calves and lambs.
Presented by Anna Hill. Produced by Clare Freeman in Birmingham.
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