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How a few good apples spawned today's top varieties — and why breeders must branch out

By Zoë Migicovsky, Postdoctoral fellow, Faculty of Agriculture, Dalhousie University
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Apple breeders have created crisp, juicy and tasty fruits, but the limited varieties leave crops vulnerable to diseases, pests and climate change. Introducing new traits could improve crop resilience.

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