In The News — 06 February 2014

Genetically Engineered plants have the capabilities to conserve water in dire drought times and stop crises happening such as in present California.

The technology is genetic engineering performed with modern molecular techniques, sometimes referred to as genetic modification (GM) or gene-splicing, which enables plant breeders to make old crop plants do spectacular new things, including conserve water.  In the United States and about 30 other countries, farmers are using genetically engineered crop varieties to produce higher yields, with lower inputs and reduced impact on the environment. (Henry Miller)

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