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Peanut butter saved? Heat-tolerant peanuts may stave off yield-cutting impacts of climate change

Peanut butter saved? Heat-tolerant peanuts may stave off yield-cutting impacts of climate change

Stephen Kresovich | 
[A] group of researchers led by Clemson University Plant and Environmental Sciences assistant professor Sruthi Narayanan is working to develop ...
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Reversing herbicide resistance? Geneticists uncover source of ‘dreaded’ pigweed’s glyphosate tolerance

Denise Attaway | 
Just hearing “pigweed” can cause fear in cotton and soybean farmers, but a Clemson University geneticist and others believe they ...
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Crops engineered to stay green longer could produce more food for growing global population

A team of Clemson University scientists has achieved a breakthrough in the genetics of senescence in cereal crops with the ...
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