Plants, dunes and people: coasts as entangled environments

In May, ReSEED project published a tweet about a conference on seeds and travelling plants. The tweet said and I quote: “European navigators didn´t travel empty-handed. They took & brought back different plants”. When I read this, I knew it was the best way to...

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“Plantations are back”: palm oil in São Tomé

Driving south through São Tomé’s national road n. 2 we are welcomed by “the flourishing palm groves of Agripalma”. Oil palms reign supreme over that territory, creating a green pattern of staggering geometric regularity. When the fog lifts, it is possible to see the...

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The path of two separated sisters: botany and agriculture

Botany is the science that studies the plant world from all points of view and in all its different aspects. Currently encompasses a series of disciplines that study the metabolism, reproduction, growth and development of plants, but for a long time, botany was used...

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This blog is managed by ReSEED Project’s team. We aim at sharing ideas, discussions, findings that arise from our research journey. We are researching on seeds and the research also seeds our thoughts!
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