Biogemma-Limagrain

Corn gene could lead to bumper crop

The discovery of a new ‘provisioning’ gene in maize plants that regulates the transfer of nutrients from the plant to the seed could lead to increased crop yields and improve food security. Scientists from Oxford University and the University of Warwick, in collaboration with agricultural biotech research company Biogemma-Limagrain, have identified the gene, called Meg 1. Read the full story at http://westernfarmpress.com/management/corn-gene-could-lead-bumper-crop.

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