BASF/Monsanto's genetically-modified, drought-tolerant plants to enter market in 2012

A recent investor presentation from BASF revealed some telling points about the company's growing focus on plant biotechnology. As one example, BASF is developing drought-tolerant corn together with Monsanto; it believes the strain will achieve a "6% to 10% yield improvement in water-stress environm...

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