Genetic engineers at Crop Genetics and Mycogen place hopes on two different strategies for pest control
|John Henry may owe his interest in modernizing agriculture to, well, his genes. A distant ancestor, Cyrus McCormick, invented the reaping machine in 1831, and parlayed that into what is now International Harvester Corp. Henry wants to help usher in the next revolution in agriculture - designing a plant vaccine for the world's grain crops...|
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