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This web portal is designed to provide convenient access to peanut genetic and genomic data deriving from U.S. and international research, and particularly from the Peanut Genomics Initiative: The U.S. industry has embarked on an ambitious plan to map the peanut genome over the next six years to provide our breeders with gene markers for positive traits already found in peanuts to accelerate traditional cross breeding to bring more sustainable and productive peanut seed varieties to the farmer sooner. This non-GMO approach to improving peanuts will provide benefits to farmers and consumers alike by the development of peanuts les susceptible to plant diseases and drought stress. Moreover, this technology will allow for peanuts with enhanced vitamins and minerals --- all naturally found in current peanut plants.




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