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Tapping Into a Plant's Microbiome May Help To Protect Them

News   Feb 25, 2021 | Original story from Utah State University, College of Engineering

 
Tapping Into a Plant's Microbiome May Help To Protect Them

Biological engineering researchers at Utah State are trying to understand how they can leverage the benefits of a plant's microbiome in the face of adverse agricultural conditions. Credit: Matt Jensen.

 
 
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