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Genetic engineering of a different kind: Using nuclear energy in Burundi to attack cassava diseases

Kendall Siewert | 
When Burundian cassava farmers split open the plant’s starchy root, they’re hoping to find white flesh that resembles coconut meat ...
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Ratooning: Nuclear technology helps Chinese rice farmers double their yields—and their incomes

Nancy Hart | 
Just as grass lawns regrow after they are mowed, rice fields can regrow after they are harvested. This second harvest ...