Scientists are racing to find crops capable of tolerating increasingly high temperatures, water shortages and dry conditions
By Umberto Bacchi
ROME, March 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Scientists’ efforts to develop new crops able to resist climate change, droughts and other shocks have been boosted by the United States joining an international seeds treaty, a research group said on Tuesday.
The United States this week became the single largest party to a U.N. agreement…
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