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Satellite imagery indicates that sprawling urban development has been disproportionately gobbling up those lands best able to support crops.
Even self-pollinating coffee plants benefit substantially from visits by insect pollinators.
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A feed additive could reduce methane emissions from cows.
The journal Nature now says it shouldn't have published a report that genetically engineered corn is leaking exotic genes into the traditional maize crops of Mexico.
The world's first genetically engineered salt-tolerant tomato plant may help farmers utilize spoiled lands.
New, fruit- and vegetable-based edible packaging could reduce the amount of synthetic wrapping needed to protect food.
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