A genetic cure for tomato rot

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Gardeners are all too familiar with the experience. You plant a handful of shriveled sand-colored tomato seeds, urge them out of the ground with diligent tending, and then smile with self-satisfaction as the first plump fruits ripen, flush on their furry stalks.

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