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Barley crops planted by Orkney's Vikings 'the healthiest in UK'
by Frank Urquhart
Scotsman.com Translate This Article
8 June 2012
On 8 June 2012 Scotsman.com reported:
Scottish researchers are embarking on a groundbreaking study to test the theory that ancient varieties of oats and barley, still being grown in the Northern Isles, have more nutritional value than commercial crops on the British mainland. The research will mainly focus on ancient crops grown in Orkney. Dr Karen Scott from Aberdeen University said. 'We will looking at old ''land race'' varieties of oats and barley, the types of crops that would have traditionally been grown hundreds of years ago.'
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