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Crop protection

Crop protection refers to a combination of tools a farmer can use to protect crops against diseases, fungi, weeds, insects and/or weather damage. This can include use of chemistry (organic or synthetic) or microbial products, plants that provide protection such as by being improved through genetic modification or breeding, or agronomic practices. Drought-, heat- and/or stress-tolerant crops: Crops that can withstand natural stress, like heat, wind and water. Creating stress-tolerant crops can be accomplished through traditional breeding and/or genetic modification.

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