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Latest news - from Crop & Food Research

Our spring issue of Digest features the latest on vegetable and seafood research. Check it out at:

http://www.crop.cri.nz/home/company-info/digest/index.jsp

Read about:
Super vegetables to lengthen lives
Strategic research building capability to grow industry * Horticulture New Zealand
How sweet is your onion? (gene identified)
Lower blood glucose response from chilled potatoes
Lincoln Hot Science with Kim Hill
New Zealand potatoes to Ireland
Taking Aspire to the world
Hoki partnerships lead to timely uptake of research
Exporting livelier lobsters
Strengthening university-industry linkages
New technology makes mussels feel right at home
Promoting the goodness of vegetables
Tocker joins FRST board

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