Symbionts challenging spontaneous genetic processes
The main challenge for researchers are:
- set priorities and balance between ideologies such as organic agriculture, chemical conventional agriculture, ecology, biodiversity and climate warming and assess measured common denominator of genomics.
- shorten time of HGT evolution by proximity of symbionts, and
- according to size of introns.
Spontaneous genetic processes such as drought, and fungi resistance, or nitrogen fixation is known in the Nature. Unfortunately, these results appear in evolution, and for our business life are uncertain. But, symbionts generate immediate results. Therefore, let's sell products of symbionts and shorten evolution of species at our fields or gardens.
Innovate with Nature: Explore Symbiotic Solutions Today!
Information on symbiotic products and services for agriculture and environmental solutions appear from your answer on calls:
1. Join the Symbiotic Revolution: Connect, Learn, and Grow Together! (This call for researchers is elaborated here at vertiroute.eu)
2. Certify Your Commitment: Lead the Way in Sustainable Practices! (This call for investors and users such as farmers, foresters or environmentalists is elaborated at onemore.eu)
Revenues will arrive according to slogan: Partners from Science and Practice Generate Sustainable Deals! (according to points 1 and 2).
Researchers usually start working according to attractivity of call for projects. They are not motivated by such work as organizing workshops and seminars for interdisciplinary knowledge exchange on genetics, symbiosis, and agriculture. Therefore, the research question is how to generate more money and less work according to slogan 'Innovate Together: Breakthroughs Happen at the Intersection of Sciences!'? Grants from investors and industry will arrive according to breeding objectives for both symbionts and seeds. Let's prepare them according to slogan 'Data-Driven Discovery: Unleash the Power of Shared Knowledge!' So, let's write projects to collect data from our partners who will grow symbionts and seeds.
Join us! But, firstly, look at: