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Maize deserves acceptance


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The acceptance of maize as a suitable crop for climates such as those of central Europe and various consequences that flow from this are examined, including breeding implications (under the heading: important tasks for maize breeding) and the perceived need to accept also the advantages offered by biotechnology and genetic engineering in this respect.

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