The Roundup -

Photos from: MSU-Licensed Technology Wins Top Industry Awards For Combatting Plant Diseases

MSU College of Agriculture Professor Barry Jacobsen holds a sample of an agricultural disease-fighting technology that could save farmers around the world millions of dollars. Research has shown the technology, a naturally occurring bacterium dubbed BmJ, works on a wide array of crops and diseases and initiates an innate immune response by activating a gene found in most plants. (MSU Photo by Kelly Gorham.)

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