Claims that everyday fruit and vegetables are tainted by pesticides are having unforeseen consequences.
Top U.S. trade and agriculture officials called on China to streamline its process for approving U.S. biotechnology, particularly genetically modified crops. Read moreRead More »
Scientists have produced a ‘methylome’ for domesticated cotton and its wild ancestors, a powerful new tool to guide breeders in creating cotton with better traits based on epigenetic changes. It’s an important step towards a new way of improving crops, called epigenetic breeding, say researchers. Read moreRead More »