Wednesday, May 30, 2012

From the Purdue News Service: Blossom end rot plummets in Purdue-developed transgenic tomato

"The brown tissue that signals blossom end rot in tomatoes is a major problem for large producers and home gardeners, but a Purdue University researcher has unknowingly had the answer to significantly lowering occurrences of the disease sitting on a shelf for 20 years." Read more about this development from the Purdue University News Service.

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