Seeds banked in United Kingdom to aid Aussie bushfire recovery

Rare pea seeds are being flown back from a British bank to save a species from extinction in South Australia.

Daniel Duval, a seed biologist at the South Australian Seed Conservation Centre in Adelaide said the precious native pea seeds were collected 13 years ago from the Adelaide Hills and will be used to help revegetate land ravaged by the Australian…



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