Syngenta to Collaborate with China on Crop Studies | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Syngenta will collaborate with China's Anhui Academy of Agricultural Sciences to conduct field tests of how novel gene functions relate to drought tolerance and nitrogen use in crops such as corn and soybean.

Under the eight-year collaboration, Syngenta's biotech and technology center in Beijing will work with the academy's Anhui Rice Research Institute.

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