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TM Aunt Molly Ground Cherry Seeds

CRISPR gene editing could turn wild plants into productive food crops

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
The lantern-shaped groundcherry, with its distinctive paper-thin husk, tomato-like texture and flavor akin to kiwi, seems to deserve a place ...