For more than 30 years, Auburn Professor Emeritus Dr. Wayne Shell has been haunted by a question. For more than 20 years, he undertook an almost superhuman effort to answer it. His new book, “Evolution of the Alabama Agroecosystem: Always Keeping Up, but Never Catching Up,” is the culmination of that 20-year effort.
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