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Chinese scientists develop rice that can grow in seawater, potentially creating food for 200 million people

by Futures Centre, Dec 8
1 minute read

Chinese scientists have successfully developed numerous types of rice that have the ability to grow in areas of high salinity such as seawater. The scientists expected that they would produce 4.5 tonnes of rice per hectare of land but in fact managed to greatly surpass expectations.

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