Hop in the DeLorean, crank up the flux capacitor, and set the date and location to around 8,000 BC in the Andean mountains where you’ll find the ancestor of today’s modern peanut. We don’t have time travel technology, but a team of peanut researchers were able to unearth the static history of the 10,000-year-old peanut while mapping the peanut genome. Their research may help further peanut sustainability.
The winter calm in peanut country is deceiving. But the peanut farmers and farm workers are bustling.
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