Misplaced Protest: Rothamsted's Genetically Engineered Wheat Should be Allowed to Grow PDF Print E-mail
Nature, Wednesday 9 May 2012

Plant scientists at Rothamsted Research, a complex of buildings and fields in Hertfordshire, UK, that prides itself on being the longest-running agricultural research station in the world, have spent years preparing for their latest experiment -- which will attempt to prove the usefulness of a genetically modified (GM) wheat that emits an aphid alarm pheromone, potentially reducing aphid infestation.

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