Radically Rethinking Agriculture for the 21st Century

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Science  12 Feb 2010:
Vol. 327, Issue 5967, pp. 833-834
DOI: 10.1126/science.1186834

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    N. V. Federoff et al., correctly advocate the use of all possible technologies and approaches to produce enough food for the world's growing population while limiting environmental impact ("Radically rethinking agriculture for the 21st century," Perspectives, 12 February 2010, p. 833). In addition to improving yields, we must emphasize improving the nutrient quality of food. Traditionally, crop yields, physical appeara...

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