It seems that if we listened to the anti-GMO arguments, we would freeze plant breeding and innovation in time and stifle advancements in productivity and other positive traits.
Other companies also have secured licenses, but few have announced plans to use the gene editing technology on vegetables.
Whether it is human genetics or genetics applied to plants, knowledge is growing at a dizzying pace.
While nature always finds a way to adapt, science continues to find other ways to cope.
Gene editing has the potential to aid growers in control of invasive pests.
Genome-editing from Broad Institute has potential to be a more precise tool to improve ag products.
Game-changing technology allows targeted gene modification to fight diseases like citrus greening.