Gene editing will increase wheat yield by 10%

Gene editing will increase wheat yield by 10%

According to Australian scientists, gene editing can produce results 10-15 times faster than traditional plant breeding, reports World of NAN.

Recall that gene editing differs from genetic modification (GMO) in that it does not introduce foreign DNA, but manipulates the existing natural genome.

InterGrain will begin testing wheat produced using genome editing technology. New technology could create more nutritious, hardier crops with higher yields and less need for water, fertilizers and chemicals.

Scientists want to increase yields by at least 10%. And they expect that the products will be released to the market as early as 2028.

Смотрите больше интересных агроновостей Казахстана на нашем канале telegram, узнавайте о важных событиях в facebook и подписывайтесь на youtube канал и instagram.


0 коментарии