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Regulation and anti-GMO activism: Roadblocks on the way to saving the American chestnut tree

New York Times | 
In traditional plant breeding .... farmers .... cross varieties with desired traits .... and select promising mixtures for sought-after qualities ...
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Forests can slow global warming, but growing evidence suggests they aren’t ‘climate saviors’

Nature | 
When it comes to fighting global warming, trees have emerged as one of the most popular weapons. With nations making ...
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Scientists could save American Chestnut Tree with genetic engineering—if regulators let them

Science | 
Two deer-fenced plots here contain some of the world’s most highly regulated trees. Each summer researchers double-bag every flower the ...
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