The gene that makes rice grow in soils degraded by climate change
Climate Change Agriculture rice

The gene that makes rice grow in soils degraded by climate change

Dr ASM Mainul Hasan
Dr ASM Mainul Hasan

In 10 seconds? Soils becoming saline (salty) due to climate change are affecting  crops feeding billions of people around the world. American scientists have identified a gene that could help rice withstand the unfavourable conditions.

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