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CRISPR gene editing means more high-yield, disease-resistant crops likely to hit the market

Kevin Folta | 
Since the millennium rolled over 20 years ago, the pace of genetic discovery has only accelerated. Nobody could have predicted ...
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Disease-resistant GMO tomatoes, strawberries and citrus in the pipeline

Anne Schwartz | 
As increasing numbers of genetically engineered crops become available for commercial markets, scientists are industriously working to develop the next ...

Farmers need to understand and communicate with public about gene editing technology

Kevin Folta | 
...The next wave of genetic modification is called gene editing, and you will see huge impacts of this technology in ...
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