CT scientists studying nanoparticles to help grow disease-resistant food

CT scientists studying nanoparticles to help grow disease-resistant food

CT scientists studying nanoparticles to help grow disease-resistant food

(The Register Citizen, 12/26/16)

As farmers fight battles against fungal diseases that can wipe out entire fields of crops, scientists at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station are testing a very tiny solution to the problem.

Using nanoparticle technology, Jason White, vice director of CAES, is hopeful that farmers can more effectively help plants get the nutrients they need to fight diseases.

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