Short cut to breed better non-GMO crops

Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 06:01 in Biology & Nature

Utrecht scientists have demonstrated a new non-GMO technology to develop new crops at a fraction of the cost of traditional breeding. By engineering the genes of bacteria that surround the plants, the scientists obtained the same outcome as adjusting genes from the plant itself. They have published their findings in New Phytologist.

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