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Gene editing poised to spark innovation in herbicide- and disease-resistant sugar cane

Gene editing poised to spark innovation in herbicide- and disease-resistant sugar cane

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Sugarcane is one of the most productive plants on Earth, providing 80 percent of the sugar and 30 percent of ...
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