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Genetically modified bacteria may be the key to plants that fertilize themselves

Genetically modified bacteria may be the key to plants that fertilize themselves


Scientists from Washington University in St. Louis have developed genetically engineered bacteria capable of pulling fertilizer out of thin air. Here’s why that’s such a potential game-changer.

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