On the trail of tiny tubers This Four Corners potato was a staple of Native American diets

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On the trail of tiny tubers This Four Corners potato was a staple of Native American diets

The size of the small Four Corners potato can be demonstrated by seeing 13 of the tubers in Cynthia Wilson’s hand.
Pueblo and Dine farmers inspect Four Corners potato plants in the Red Butte Gardens greenhouse at the University of Utah.
Solanum jamesii tubers harvested from a population in Bears Ears National Monument help scientists understand the potato’s range.
The Four Corners potato in full bloom at Red Butte Gardens on the University of Utah campus represents an excellent example of ethnobotanical research as modern scientists study the ancient potato and its origins.

On the trail of tiny tubers This Four Corners potato was a staple of Native American diets

The size of the small Four Corners potato can be demonstrated by seeing 13 of the tubers in Cynthia Wilson’s hand.
Pueblo and Dine farmers inspect Four Corners potato plants in the Red Butte Gardens greenhouse at the University of Utah.
Solanum jamesii tubers harvested from a population in Bears Ears National Monument help scientists understand the potato’s range.
The Four Corners potato in full bloom at Red Butte Gardens on the University of Utah campus represents an excellent example of ethnobotanical research as modern scientists study the ancient potato and its origins.
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