Reuters: Australian Trial of Gene-Edited Wheat Aims for 10% Bigger Yields

The groundwork for a major trial of gene-edited wheat has begun in Australia, where a state company is growing hundreds of varieties it says could be up to 10% more productive and make farming more sustainable.

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