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Why is Plant Breeding Important?

A film showing how innovation in plant breeding touches everyone's lives for the better - from the improved availability of healthier, tastier food to our enjoyment of sport, recreation and the countryside - but also how plant breeders are creating and conserving genetic diversity to help address the challenges of tomorrow.
This resource is produced by
British Society of Plant Breeders
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