Advanced genetics for abiotic stress resistance technologies: Will economic performance meet the hype?

The worst drought that the U.S. has seen in five decades, now coined "The Great Drought of 2012," is generating significant press around alternative breeding technologies to maximize yield in severe conditions, with a focus on drought. With agricultural commodity prices rising (see the July 17, 201...

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