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Fascinating research into microbiome’s role in crop growing

February 24, 2020

This article by Jill Langlois published on SMITHSONIANMAG.COM on 18 February 2020 looks at the work 
done by researchers at Brazil’s Genomics for Climate Change Research Center (GCCRC). They have 
discovered that inoculating corn with microbes which facilitate sugarcane growth increases growth rate 
and drought resistance. This may provide a sustainable and clean technology for farmers in the future.

Article by Jill Langlois at:

Genomics for Climate Change Research Center at:

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