Blog: Nothing corny about this

Catherine Sleep | 27 October 2003

A crop sciences professor in the US tried to find out whether kernels of orange corn and blue corn would grow on the same ear. It started out as a bit of a hoot, trying to grow corn in the school colours, and it failed when the corn turned out green. However, the project has had a very fruitful spin-off that will help develop high-vitamin A corn that can grow in developing countries – click the link for more info.

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