Fungi offer non-GM way to enhance food crops

JOHANNESBURG, 7 November 2012 (IRIN) – As temperatures soar and droughts increase in frequency, scientists around the world are working to create food crops tolerant of extreme temperatures – often an expensive and laborious process. But a cheaper and quicker alternative could be in sight, new research suggests.

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