Fungi-boosted seeds that can increase crop yields, reduce the amount of water needed and make plants more resistant to higher temperatures are coming to market in Kansas and soon will be in Missouri and elsewhere. And one of the world’s leading agribusinesses is deeply invested in fungi and other microbial advances.
Fungi-boosted seeds that can increase crop yields, reduce the amount of water needed and make plants more resistant to higher temperatures are coming to market in Kansas and soon will be in Missouri and elsewhere. And one of the world’s leading agribusinesses is deeply invested in fungi and other microbial advances. File photo by DAVID PULLIAM The Kansas City Star
Fungi-boosted seeds that can increase crop yields, reduce the amount of water needed and make plants more resistant to higher temperatures are coming to market in Kansas and soon will be in Missouri and elsewhere. And one of the world’s leading agribusinesses is deeply invested in fungi and other microbial advances. File photo by DAVID PULLIAM The Kansas City Star