Botany; The Next Generation

Reply Mon 1 Jul, 2019 08:40 am
What does the future of Botanical scientist look like within the next five years? Will future Botanist create a new source of bio- fuel? Will hydroponics become sustainable and efficient enough to replace traditional farming? Any thoughts?
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Reply Mon 1 Jul, 2019 09:33 am
research into declining C3 plants, including all our major grasses is going to be a really moon-shot style area of science in the quickly coming future.

Id love to be working for united fruit with patent ideas for developing entire new strains of fruits and veggies. They have totally missed the boat when it coes to some really simple stuff like bananas. Eu,Canada,USA etc will never again see a banana like the CAvenih in about 20 yars. We should be developing entirey new strains and not relying on monoculture of one varity of one species.

we are idiots.
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Reply Mon 1 Jul, 2019 05:52 pm
I agree: I believe food production are still major issues that needs to be addressed.
10.7%, were suffering from chronic undernourishment in 2016. Almost all the hungry people live in lower-middle-income countries.
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