Maize plants have been genetically modified to deliver strands of so-called interfering RNA that silence toxin-producing genes in a fungus that commonly grows on the crop.
Industrial hemp is still in its infancy in North Carolina, but the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and North Carolina State University are committed to growing the industry. Read moreRead More »
For all the good and productive benefits of modern agriculture, like feeding the world and providing lasting sustenance for a growing population, there is a dark side–as there generally is for all things good and worthy. Read moreRead More »