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Agrochemical-free genetically modified and genome-edited crops - towards a greener green revolution and achieving the Un ited Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Posted by: Prof. Dr. M. Raupp (IP Logged)
Date: May 03, 2024 09:20AM

A paper published in the Journal of Biotechnology highlights the need for
combined organic farming techniques and modern biotechnology to meet
increasing global food demands. The paper suggests neither method can
address future food production challenges in isolation.

Researchers from the University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of
Kashmir and the University of Oxford say that the way forward for a greener
future is through the modernization of genetically modified (GM)
agriculture. Aside from reducing the use of synthetic agrochemicals, the
researchers also recommend the use of robotics and AI-based
environment-friendly technologies.

The researchers also mentioned using high-value pleiotropic genes to further
improve farm productivity. They believe that these agricultural practices
will ultimately help meet the targets of the United Nations' Sustainable
Development Goals (SDGs).


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