About this organization
ALLFED is a nonprofit focused on feeding everyone in the case of a global catastrophe.
ALLFED plants[edit | edit source]
There are three categories of ALLFED plants:
- Those that are commonly cultivated now so we can get leaf protein concentrate from them right after a catastrophe. The top 30 are shown below, which go down to the bottom crops being 0.3% of the total global resource: wheat, rice, maize, alfalfa, sugarcane, mixedgrass, soybean, barley, forNES, maizefor, cotton, sorghum, grassNES, rapeseed, oilpalm, onion, groundnut (peanut), millet, sunflower, banana, rye, clover, oats, legumeNES, bean, cassava, potato, sugarbeet, grape, coconut (copra meal—left over from processing of coconuts to oil), and plantains.
- Cool tolerant crops that can be grown in the tropics in nuclear winter, and are also low cost per calorie: potato, sugarbeet, barley, wheat, and canola.
- Crops that would grow in greenhouses in nuclear winter tropics, which will probably be the non-cool tolerant crops for the rich (though rice and maize might not be too expensive).