Agricultural Biotechnology

Agricultural biotechnology encompasses a variety of tools, which include traditional breeding techniques, employed to modify living organisms or their components to create or enhance products, improve plants or animals, or develop microorganisms tailored for specific agricultural purposes. Genetic engineering, a subset of this field, involves the manipulation of a plant's genes using modern molecular biology techniques commonly known as recombinant DNA technology, and it plays a crucial role in the development of many new plant varieties.

Farmers reap significant benefits from agricultural biotechnology seeds. Decades of documented evidence affirm that this technology is both safe and advantageous, contributing to environmental and economic sustainability. Farmers opt for biotech crops due to their capacity to increase yields and lower production costs.

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