Recapping the Year in Agriculture: Major Developments and Tech Hotspots, and Trends to Watch for 2016

In this report, we review key agricultural innovation trends of 2015 and explore some of the major pending changes to watch for 2016 and the years to come. In 2015, the agriculture industry saw major changes, including: a round of approvals for modified crops developed using RNA interference; increa...

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