The GMO RevolutionAugust 3, 2016
VIB released a book titled The GMO Revolution authored by Wim Grunewald and Jo Bury. The book offers a balanced and evidence-based insight on how GM crops could be useful in solving current and future issues facing agriculture: from potatoes that can protect themselves against late blight, to trees that can be used in biofuel production, to rice that contains more vitamins and wheat with a safe form of gluten.
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