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Crape Myrtle on Modified WPM with the Cytokinin PBA



Genetically Engineered Plants

  • Resist drought and salinity
  • Herbicide resistant crop (glyphosate)
  • Insect resistance (less dependance on pesticides)
  • Nitrogen fixation (self-sufficient in nitrogen)
  • More nutritious plants (i.e. Vitamin C)
  • Greater diversity and new varieties: Color, Variegation, Plant Form, Post-harvest life
  • Easier to propagate - Rooting, Rapid multiplication


  • Nursery Crop Physiology Plant Stress Mycorrhizae Plant Propagation Tissue Culture Acclimatization NASA Phytoremediation Sustain. Ag. Systems
    / Biofertilizers

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    College Station, Texas 77843-2133. 979-845-4524 (ph)
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