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Viewpoint: Green Revolution II will require GMOs and a paradigm shift toward lower-input farming

National Geographic | 
From the 1960s through the 1990s, yields of rice and wheat in Asia doubled. Even as the continent’s population increased ...

Modern genetics (not necessarily GMOs) can help spur next Green Revolution

National Geographic | 
The green revolution transformed global agriculture. Through selective breeding, Norman Borlaug, an American biologist, created a dwarf variety of wheat ...