Five year research into producing secondary metabolites in plants
June 7, 2012
Over the past 5-years Unigro has been collaborating with East Malling Research and St George's Hospital in research to produce secondary metabolites in plants. Proposals are now being discussed in how this collaborative research can be extended to demonstrate this in a viable commercial GroDome.
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