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Buckwheat bucks the trend

First domesticated on the edge of the Tibetan plateau, buckwheat is a hardy and nutritious crop, which is important for communities in the Himalayan foothills. Classed as a minor crop, farmers in the remote uplands of China are now heartened to know that the crop is back in fashion and can earn them a tidy income.
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