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Sustainable grain production in the Brazilian Savannah (Cerrado), relies on biological diversity and tillage improvement. The present practice of no-tillage, which depends on soil cover, includes few species, i.e., maize, millet, sorghum (Gramineae), soybean and common bean (Leguminosae). Quinoa, the Andean grain crop (Chenopodium quinoa Willd., Chenopodiaceae), has been introduced in the savannah to utilise residual moisture in double cropping, for mulch and grain production. Selecteddoaj:c3783c1ba955486c9d61f9fb91373852 fatcat:4srrzbvt6bbw3mued3ogj4lbjq