Salt-Tolerant Rice Could Aid Japan's Tsunami Farmers
UK scientists have claimed a breakthrough in research on rice that could help farmers devastated by last year's tsunami in Japan. A Sainsbury Laboratory scientist said Japanese farmers could now grow a salt-resistant crop within two years.
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