“the more one meddles with plant genes, the worse yields get; when you
change multiple genes at once, yields drop even further. This should
give pause to those who see GMO seeds as the means to address more
complex problems like drought tolerance, nutritional value, or plant
productivity. These are traits involving dozens, if not hundreds, of
genes. This study suggests genetic manipulation of food crops at such a
scale is a losing game.”

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